7th Polychaete Conference: 2nd circular

Elin Sigvaldadottir elins at ni.is
Wed May 31 17:07:13 EST 2000


SEVENTH INTERNATIONAL POLYCHAETE CONFERENCE
2-6 JULY 2001
REYKJAVIK, ICELAND

Second circular

Since the first circular was sent out, over 200 scientists have returned the
preliminary registration form, together with 175 provisional titles for oral
or poster presentations. Three special plenary sessions are planned but
subjects have not yet been decided yet.

Besides being e-mailed or faxed to all those who sent the preliminary
registration form, this circular will be available at the address:


http://www.ni.is/7IPCI/

All information concerning the conference will also be made available
through the ANNELIDA list. To subscribe just type ‘subscribe annelida’ in
the body of an e-mail to biosci-server at net.bio.net (remember to remove
eventual signature).

Please fill out the appended registration form carefully. The requested
information will be considered definitive.

You can also (and preferably) registrate directly on our homepage:
http://www.ni.is/7IPCI/ or print out a Word-document
http://www.ni.is/7IPCI/POLY2.htm and post the registration to us.

Conference venue
All sessions and meetings will be held in Haskolabio, the Conference and
Cultural Centre of the University of Iceland. The auditorium, with capacity
for 328 people, will be provided with all conference facilities for oral
sessions and poster displays. Other facilities (such as e-mail and WWW
access, fax, photocopies) will be available at the reception room.
The auditorium in the centre is equipped for projection of film or
videotape, for direct viewing of Internet sites on a large projection screen
(with a fibre optics connection to greatly increase transmission speed), and
for projecting material from a computer monitor. The Centre's
state-of-the-art Dolby sound system is particularly well suited for meetings
and conferences.

Sunday 1 July 2000
16:00-18:00 - Registration

Monday 2 July 2001
07:30-09:00 - Registration
09:00-09:45 - Opening Session
09:45-10:15 - Coffee break
10:15-12:00 - Plenary Session
12:00-13:30 - Lunch
13:30-15:10 - Oral contributions
15:10-15:40 - Coffee break
15:40-17:20 - Oral contributions
20:00 - Welcoming reception

Tuesday 3 July 2001
09:00-10:00 - Plenary Session
10:00-10:20 - Coffee break
10:20-12:10 - Oral contributions
12:10-13:30 - Lunch
13:30-15:10 - Oral contributions
15:10-16:00 - Coffee break and Poster Session
16:00-17:20 - Oral contributions

Wednesday 4 July 2001
Mid-conference excursion.

Thursday 5. July 2001
09:00-10:00 - Plenary Session
10:00-10:20 - Coffee break
10:20-12:10 - Oral contributions
12:10-13:30 - Lunch
13:30-15:10 - Oral contributions
15:10-15:40 - Coffee break
15:40-17:20 - Oral contributions
18:00-19:00 - Meeting of the Advisory Council of the International
Polychaetology Association
19:30 - Conference banquet

Friday 6 July 2001
09:00-10:00 - Oral contributions
10:00-10:20 - Coffee Break
10:40-12:00 - Oral contributions
12:00-13:30 ­ Lunch
13:30- 15:10 - Oral contributions
15:10-16:00 - Coffee break and Poster Session
16:00-17:00 - Plenary Session for general discussions and the choice of
venue for the 8th Conference. Closing Session

Oral contributions and poster presentation

The language of the conference will be English and no translation facilities
will be provided. Only one paper and/or one poster will be accepted from
each participant. Both papers presented orally and posters can be submitted
for publication.

Each participant will be allowed 20 minutes, including discussion, for oral
presentation. If you need any special facilities for your oral presentation,
please consult the Organizing committee (elins at ni.is). It is not possible to
allow the reading of papers for persons not present at the conference.

Each poster will be allocated space for 1.20 m height x 0.90 m width.
Posters will be on display for two days. All posters must be in English. We
recommend that each poster include a photograph of the author(s). Half of
the authors will be scheduled for the Tuesday afternoon session and half for
the Friday afternoon session. From the posters and the oral presentations
made by students, the best poster and best presentation will be chosen for
an award. The awards will be presented at the plenary session on Friday
afternoon.

Abstracts of papers and posters

All participants must submit an abstract in English. Abstract(s) must be
sent together with the registration form. They should not exceed 350 words,
including the title of the paper, and the full names and addresses of
author(s). All abstracts should be computer edited preferably in Word and
e-mailed, faxed or sent on a floppy disk not later than 1 February 2001.
Please use Times New Roman fonts, 12 pt in the title and 10 for the text.
The title and names of the authors should be in bold and the address in
italics. The abstracts should be sent to Elin Sigvaldadottir: elins at ni.is
before 1 February 2001.

Publication of conference proceedings

The papers and abstracts contributed will be submitted to peer review and
published by the Bulletin of Marine Science. The proceeding will be edited
by Donald Reish, Elin Sigvaldadottir and Gudmundur Vidir Helgason.
Information on manuscript preparation, mailing and processing is available
in recent issues of BMS and on the webpage
http://www.rsmas.miami.edu/bms/bms-contributors.html. The deadline is 6 July
2001 at the conference venue.

Letter of invitation

The Conference chairman will be pleased to send a letter of invitation, on
the understanding that such letter will be used to help potential
participants to raise funds, or obtain visas. Such letters imply no
commitment on our part to provide financial support, unless formally
indicated. You may request a letter of invitation directly from Elin
Sigvaldadottir (elins at ni.is).

Registration and fees

ISK 22,800 for participants before 1 February 2001.
ISK 27,400 after 1 February 2001.
ISK 15,300 for students, irrespective of registration date.
The registration fee includes admittance to the conference, all conference
materials, one copy of the proceedings and final program, the reception,
coffee breaks, conference banquet, and mid-conference tour.

ISK 11,500 for accompanying persons before 1 February 2001
ISK 15,300 for accompanying persons after 1 February 2001
The registration fee will entitle accompanying persons to attend the
mid-conference tour, the receptions, the conference banquet and the
scientific program.

Please use the attached registration form to register for the conference and
associated events and to provide information necessary for securing hotel

reservations in Reykjavik. Please follow the instructions carefully and
return your form not later than 1 February 2001.

All payments should be made in Icelandic krona (ISK). Payment should be sent
with the registration form.

The unit of currency in Iceland is the króna. Exchange rate in May 2000
USD 1 =  approx. ISK 75.8

Accommodations

The official travel bureau of the conference, Iceland Travel, will arrange
hotel accommodations and pre- mid- and post-conference tours. Please contact
person Camilla Tvingmark: Iceland Travel, PO Box 8650, IS-108 Reykjavík,
Iceland. E-mail: camilla at icelandtravel.is

	All hotels are situated within easy walking distance of the conference
venue. All rooms are provided with private bathroom, washbasins and a shower
or bath. Breakfast and taxes are included.

					Single room		Double room
					   ISK			    ISK

Radisson SAS Hotel Saga		14.200.-	       	18.000.-
Hotel Loftleidir, standard	12.300.-	       	14.100.-
Hotel Reykjavik 		   	9.700.-	       	12.700.-
Fosshotel Lind			8.200.-	       	11.300.-
Hotel Leifur Eiriksson	   	7.600.-	             9.900.-
Skjaldbreid Hotel		     10.300.-	            10.750.-
Guesthouse rooms *     		5.200/7.300.-		 7.550/9.650.-
Private accommodation	   	4.200 -		       5.900.-
Youth hostel*  		   	1.700 -
Sleepingbag*			1.200 ­

* rooms without private facilities

Accommodation and Confirmation

	Reservations should be made on the registration form, and are booked on
first-come, first-served basis. Iceland Travel reserves the right to book
different hotel if the requested hotel is fully booked. Accommodation can
only be confirmed if the hotel deposit is sent with the registration form.
Please note that the accommodation is payable in full to Iceland Travel.
Payment in full in advance for the registration fee, and for social events
and accommodation is appreciated. Hotel bookings must be made not later than
1 February 2001. Breakfast and taxes are included in all prices.

	Lunches can be provided at the cost of 1.900. -ISK per meal.

Payment details

	Payment of registration fees and hotel deposit should be made in advance
by:
1.	Cheque, which should be sent together with the registration form by mail;
2.	By Visa or Euro/Master credit cards. Please indicate card number and
expired date on the registration form, or
3.	Direct bank transfer into our account.

Cancellation- refunds

No refunds can be made in the event of cancellation after 1 March 2001.

General information

Currency: The unit of currency in Iceland is the Icelandic krona (kronur in
plural) (ISK). Exchange rate in May 2000 was approx USD 1 = ISK 75.8, and
Euro 1 = ISK 69.97.
Credit Cards.  VISA and EuroCard/Master Card and Access are widely accepted
and have member banks in Iceland. American Express, Diners Club and JCB are
also accepted many places.
Cash and Exchange.  Banks and some post offices will advance cash against
the main debit and credit cards.
Insurance.  Travel insurance to cover any medical problems, theft or loss is
recommended.
Vaccinations  No vaccination is required

Travel to Iceland
Useful information and practical advice about Iceland are to be found at the
website of the Icelandic Tourist Board: http://www.icetourist.is/ For
information regarding flights see the homepage of Icelandair:
http://www.icelandair.com/
or contact your nearest travel agency.

Tourist visas and rights of entry:

	If anyone do need to get a visa in order to get to Iceland please contact
Augusta Petursdottir (agusta at utl.is) at the Icelandic Directorate of
Immigration for information on the nearest Icelandic consulates or Embassy.

	1. Reciprocal abolition of passport requirements: Denmark, Finland, Norway,
and Sweden.

	2. Reciprocal abolition of visa requirements (2-3 months stay): Andorra,
Austria, Australia Bahamas, Barbados, Belgium, Botswana, Brazil, Canada,
Chile, Cyprus, The Czech Republic, Denmark, The Commonwealth of Dominica,
Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Grenada, Hungary, Ireland,
Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Republic of Korea, Latvia, Lesotho,
Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malawi, Malaysia, Malta, Mexico,
Monaco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Saint Lucia,
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, San Marino, Seychelles, Singapore, The
Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Solomon Islands, Spain, Swaziland, Sweden
Switzerland, Trinidad and Tobago, United Kingdom (including: Bermuda, Turks-
and Caicos Islands, Cayman Islands, Anguilla, Montserrat, British Virgin
Islands, Saint Helena, Falkland Islands, Kiribati, Tuvalu, and Gibraltar),
United States of America, Uruguay, Vanuatu.

	3. According to Announcement of 13. 07. 1998, citizens of the following
countries may enter Iceland as tourists using instead of passports the
following identity cards, issued by the competent authorities in their
country of origin: Austria (Personalausweis), Belgium (Carte d'Identité,
Identiteitskaart, Personalausweis), Identity Card, France (Carte Nationale
d'Identité), Germany (Personalausweis, Kinderausweis), Greece (Deltio
Taytotitas), Italy (Carta d'Identità), Liechtenstein (Identitätskarte/Carta
d'Identità), Luxembourg Carte d'Identité (Identitätskarte, Identity Card).
Titre d'Identité et de Voyage - (Kinderausweis)), the Netherlands
(Identiteitskaart B (Toeristenkaart) issued before 01. 01. 1995. Europese
identiteitskaart (European Identity Card, Carte d'Identité Européenne)
issued after 31. 12. 1994,), Portugal (Bilhete de Identidade de ciudadao
Nacional), Spain (Documento Nacional de Identidad (DBI)), Switzerland (Carte
d'Identité Citoyen Suisse/Identitätskarte Schweizerbürger/Carta d'Identità
Cittadino Svizzero, Identitätskarte (Carte d'Identité, Carta d'Identitá,
Darta d'Identitad, Identity Card issiued after 30. 06. 1994).

Mid-conference tours

The mid-conference tour will be to some scenic places in south and
southwestern Iceland. It will be free to all registered participants and
registered accompanying persons but will not include lunch.

Post-conference tours

The Iceland Travel offers two special tours after the conference for
participants and accompanying persons. Iceland Travel also offers a variety
of shorter and longer tours around Iceland. For details see the registration
form or contact Iceland Travel.

Tour 1:  3 days tour:

Day one
Gullfoss - Geysir - Borgarfjördur
Morning drive over Hellisheidi moorlands to Hveragerdi, where we stop to

view plants, vegetables and flowers grown in huge greenhouses heated by
natural geothermal water.  Next stop is Kerid, a extinct volcanic crater
filled with a lake, and then to Skalholt, site of an ancient bishopric.
We then continue to Gullfoss (Golden Falls), one of the most impressive
waterfalls in Europe. where thousands of tons of icy water thunder
majestically down in double falls into a deep canyon. Only a few minutes
drive from Gullfoss is the famous Great Geysir which has given name to hot
spring all over the world. You will see one of the most active geysers in
the area, Strokkur, spouting up to 30 meters.

Onwards to Thingvellir, a remarkable geological formation and Iceland’s most
historic site. The world’s oldest democratic parliament was founded at
Thingvellir in 930. The area is located by the lake Thingvallavatn, the
largest lake in Iceland, and is now a national park. The beautiful canyon
running through the park is actually the meeting point of two of the earth’s
tectonic plates. Thingvellir´s combination of impressive natural phenomena
and historical significance make it integral with the core of Icelandic
national life. We then drive across the spectacular Kaldidalur highland
trail to the woods at Husafell. Here you can see the waterfall Hraunfossar
and historic Reykholt, home of the medieval chieftain, scholar and poet,
Snorri Sturluson, writer of some the finest of the Icelandic sagas.
Overnight and dinner at Reykholt.

Day two:
Snaefellsnes peninsula
First stop is Deildartunguhver, the most powerful hot spring in Europe,
where 200 liters a second of water at 97°C gush up from the earth. Then we
head west onto the Snaefellsnes peninsula, to the picturesque little harbour
at Arnarstapi, surrounded by cliffs and considered by many to be the most
beautiful harbour in Iceland. We walk along the cliff top and you can
examine and photograph one of the largest seabird colonies in Iceland at
close quarters. The cliffs contain three large sea caves with stone arches,
cut by the waves.

At the tip of the peninsula we come to Djupalonssandur, a small inlet used
as a landing for small open fishing boats in earlier centuries. The
fishermen were paid according to their strength, measured by lifting stones
which are still to be seen down by the landing. Here the roar of the ocean
blends with the sound of seabirds constantly on the move. In the afternoon
we drive along the north shore of the peninsula through small fishing
villages where local fishermen can be seen landing the catch of the day.
Overnight and dinner at Hotel Olafsvik.

Day three:
Snaefellsnes ­Reykjavik
In the morning there is a boat trip from Stykkisholmur, lasting just over 2
hrs. You can observe birds nesting and breeding on the cliffs only a few
yards away, e.g. puffins, cormorants, shags, black guillemots, kittiwakes,
fulmars and several species of gull. You might even catch a glimpse of a
seal or white-tailed eagle. Highpoint of the trip is when a dredger is used
to trawl from the bottom of the sea sea urchins, scallops, crabs, starfish
and various other species of sea fauna, including polychaetes. Passengers
get the chance of tasting fresh scallops. Depending on conditions, you can

observe several natural geological formations and types of tidal currents.
The captain of the boat or his mate act as guide in cooperation with the
group’s guide.

After the tour we head back to Reykjavik, with the entrancing shoreline of
the fjord Hvalfjördur on one side and the rugged mountains on the other.

Minimum number of participants	20
Cost per person (in ISK)	34,500
Single supplement (in ISK)	5,600

Included:
Program as per itinerary
Private coach and driver throughout the tour
Professional guide throughout the tour
Two nights accommodation in tourist-class hotels
Half board (B,D) from dinner on Day 1 to breakfast on Day 3
Boat cruise on Breidarfjördur bay

Tour 2:  7 day tour

Day one:
Thingvellir ­Borgarfjördur
The round tour of Iceland starts by driving to Thingvellir, a remarkable
geological formation and Iceland’s most historic site. The world’s oldest
democratic parliament was founded at Thingvellir in 930. The area is located
by the lake Thingvallavatn, the largest lake in Iceland, and is now a
national park. The beautiful canyon running through the park is actually the
meeting point of two of the earth’s tectonic plates. Thingvellir´s
combination of impressive natural phenomena and historical significance make
it integral with the core of Icelandic national life. We then drive across
the spectacular Kaldidalur highland trail to the woods at Husafell. Here you
can see the waterfall Hraunfossar and historic Reykholt, home of medieval
chieftain, scholar and poet, Snorri Sturluson, writer of some of the finest
of the Icelandic sagas. Nearby is Deildartunguhver, the most powerful hot
spring in Europe, where 200 liters a second of water at 97°C gush up from
the earth. Overnight and dinner in the area.

Day two:
Borgafjördur ­Saudarkrokur ­Akureyri
The day starts with driving through the picturesque landscape of
Borgarfjördr, past the volcanic craters at Grarók, and then across the
moorlands of Holtavördheid, gateway to the north. A short detour from the
main road takes us to the canyon Kolugljufur visit to the ancient church at
Vídmyi is followed by a stop at the Glaumbaer Folk Museum for refreshments
and an insight into how Icelanders lived in earlier centuries. We then head
for the small town of Akureyri for dinner and overnight stay.

Day three:
Akureyri ­Lake Mývatn
The route continues to the waterfall Godfoss and ends the day amid the
haunting surroundings of Lake Myatn with a leisurely tour of the lake. Myatn
is a bird sanctuary and is believed to have the world’s largest
concentration of breeding ducks ­ a living oasis on the edge of a great
desert. The tour takes in Grjoagja an underground cave with geothermal
springs, and a walk around Dimmuborgir, a moonscape of mesmerizing lava
formations, and Naaskarð, an area of sulphur pits and multicolored pools of
boiling mud.

Day four:
Lake Myatn ­Egilsstadr
We begin by visiting the sulphur slopes, boiling mud pools and flashing
colours of the Namaskardpass. After that we start the long ascent across the
empty vastness of the highland desert plateau. This is one of the most
desolate areas of Iceland, devastated by earthquakes and volcanic eruptions
through the centuries. It is an eerie landscape, with the queen of Icelandic
mountains, Herdubreid, looming up on the horizon. We head towards the small
town of Egilsstadir and then to Reydarfjördur on the east coast for our
overnight stay.

Day five:
East Fjords ­Höfn
Towering mountains, their bare rock faces scarred by the forces of weather
and wind, plunge vertically into the sea to form Iceland’s magnificent East
Fjords, many now deserted and each a world of its own. We visit Petra’s
Stone Museum, a privately-owned mineral collection with an intimate
atmosphere. Moving southwest, we cross Lonsöraefi, a mountainous wilderness
ringed by extinct volcanoes and traversed by rushing glacial rivers, and
from here the dizzy heights of the Almannaskard pass lead down to the
coastal town of Höfn in Hornafjördur, nestling in the shadow of Vatnajökull,
Europe’s largest glacier.

Day six:
Jökulsarlon ­Vik
Huge icebergs float and grind together in the deep, still waters of the
Jökulsarlon glacial lagoon, providing inspiring surroundings for a boat trip
with a difference. The tour then continues to the alpine setting of the
Skaftafell National Park, before crossing Eldhraun, the largest mass of lava
that has flowed on earth in historical times. Ahead lie two of the country’s
great natural barriers ­ Skeidararsandur and Myrdalssandur ­ vast tracts of
black sandy desert washed down by torrential glacial rivers. We spend the
night at Vik, mainland Iceland’s southernmost village.

Day seven:
Vík ­South Coast ­Reykjavik
Enclosed between mountains, glaciers and the sea, Iceland’s southern coastal
plain provides the setting for the final day of the tour. We stop to enjoy
the majesty of the waterfall Skogarfoss and visit the folk museum at Skogar,
before continuing through Iceland’s richest farmland. The thunderous roar of
the waterfall Gullfoss, the gushing hot springs at Geysir and the lush
surroundings of the geothermal garden town of Hveragerdi provide a dramatic
epilogue to the array of natural contrasts which have filled the last few
days. In the evening we return to Reykjavik.

Minimum number of participants	20
Cost per person (in ISK)	    84,000
Single supplement (in ISK)	    15,600

Included:
Program as per itinerary
Private coach and driver throughout the tour
Professional guide throughout the tour
Accommodation in 1st class/tourist class hotels for 6 nights
Half board (B, D) from dinner on Day 1 to breakfast on Day 7
Glaumbaer museum, entrance fee and refreshments
Petra’s Stone Collection, entrance fee
Skogar Folk Museum, entrance fee
Boat cruise on Jökulsárlón (glacier lagoon at Vatnajökull), approx. 1 hr.

Dates to remember

1 February 2001
Receipt of definitive registration form, with payment of registration fee
and booking of hotels and post-conference excursions. Submission of
abstracts

1 April 2001
Notification of acceptance of contributed papers and posters

1 May 2001
Final circular and program

7 July 2001
Submission of manuscripts for review and publication


______________________________________________________________________

REGISTRATION FORM
You can also (and preferably) registrate directly on our homepage:
http://www.ni.is/7IPCI/  or print out a Word-document
http://www.ni.is/7IPCI/POLY2.htm and post the registration to us.

Please type your name as you wish it to appear on badge.

* Mandatory information

*Family Name:
*First Name:
*Profession/Title:
*University/Organisation:
*Department:
*Address:
*Country:
*Telephone:
Fax:
E-mail:
Acc. Person(s) Name:
Title of paper:
Please indicate if it is:          Poster        Oral


Price/Pers (Please indicate category(s), and number of persons)

Before February 1

Full price ISK 22.800.- ( )(Code 001)
Special price for students ISK 15.300.- ( )( Code 003)
Accompanying person(s) ISK 11.500.-( )(Code 010)

After February 1

Full price ISK 27 400.-( ) (Code 002)
Accompanying person(s) ISK 15.300.-(Code 011)


*A) Subtotal Registration ISK:


*SOCIAL PROGRAM (Please indicate what events you vant to participate in)

	                          Date	Price/Pers.	No.of Total Code
                                                      Pers
1. Reception cocktail		02.07.01	incl.		( )	( )	040
2. Conference banquet		05.07.01	incl.		( )	( )	050
3. Mid conference tour		04.07.01	incl.		( )	( )	060
4. Lunch  				02.07.01	1.900.-	( )	( )	071
5. Lunch				03.07.01	1.900.-	( )	( )	072
6. Lunch				05.07.01	1.900.-	( )	( )	073
7. Lunch				06.07.01	1.900.-	( )	( )	074

*B) Subtotal Social Programme ISK:



*EXCURSIONS (Please indicate excursions you want to participate in)


 Date	   Time						Price/      No. of  Code
                                                person ISK  persons

07.07.01	         Post conference
                     tour 3 days  	             34.500.     ( )     200
07.07.01		   Post conference
                     tour 7 days   	             84.000. -	 ( )     202
___/___  07:00	   South by Air-Westman
                     Islands 10hrs               10.200.-	 ( )     510
___/___  07:30	   Akureyri-Lake
                     Mývatn 12hrs		       16.200.-	 ( )     512
___/___  07:45	   Höfn-Glacier
                     Adventure 14hrs	       25.000.-	 ( )     514
___/___  08:40	   The Golden
                     Circle 8hrs		       5.100.-	 ( )     516
___/___  09:00	   South Shore Adventure
                     10 hrs	                   6.600.-	 ( )     518
___/___  09:45	   Reykjanes-The Blue
                     Lagoon 6hrs	             4.200.-	 ( )     520
         09:45/12:00 Reykajvík Sight-
                     seeing 2hrs tours.          2.000.-	 ( )   522/524
___/___ 10:00/14:00  Volcanoes & Glaciers
                     2hrs	                   9.900.-	 ( )   526/528
___/___ 10:00/14:00  Pony Trekking 3hrs		 3.100.-	 ( )   539/532

*C) Subtotal Excursions  ISK:

ACCOMMODATION
			Arrival:     2001	Departure:              2001

*HOTEL (Please indicate your choice of hotel)
Code HOTEL
			          Single room	   Double room	  Required
                            per night ISK	   per nightISK     Deposit
IDK
001 Radisson SAS Hotel
Saga	   			   ( )14.200.-       ( ) 18.800.- 	  ( ) 14.200
002 Hotel Loftleidir,
standard                   ( )12.300.- 	   ( ) 14.100.-	  ( ) 12.300.-
006 Hotel Reykjavik 	   ( ) 9.700.- 	   ( ) 12.700.-     ( )  9.100.-
009 Fosshotel Lind	   ( ) 8.200.- 	   ( ) 11.300.-     ( )  7.500.-
013 Hotel Leifur
Eiriksson	               ( ) 7.600.- 	   ( )  9.900.- 	  ( )  7.600.-
015 Skjaldbreid Hotel	   ( )10.300.-       ( ) 11.750.- 	  ( ) 10.300.-
Guesthouse rooms *    	   ( ) 5.200/7.300.- ( )7.550/9.650.- ( )  7.100.-
Private accommodation*     ( ) 4.200.-       ( ) 5.900.-	  ( )  4.100.-
Youth hostel p.person	   ( ) 1.700.-
Sleepingbag*		   ( ) 1.200.-

	* rooms without private facilities

I would like to share room with (Name):

I do not require a hotel; my booking is made by:                at hotel:

*D) Subtotal Hotel deposit ISK:


*GRAND TOTAL  A+B+C+D ISK:


GRAND TOTAL PAYMENT

We are sorry not to be
able to accept personal
company or Euro cheques. Bank fees must be included

All payment should be made in ISK (Icelandic crowns) and made to Iceland
Travel,
conference department attn.: POLY´01. The conference name as well as yours
must accompany the payment

Please indicate which of the following means of payment you have used.

			METHOD OF PAYMENT:
			For Bank Transfer, please note the following information:
			Bank:	The Agricultural Bank of Iceland (Bunaðarbanki Islands)
			Bank no.: 0318
			Account no:	26-006702
			Id. no.: 590670-0149
			Swiftcode: BUISISRE

Banker’s Draft:   VISA Card:   EuroCard/MasterCard:   Bank   Transfer:

Cardholders name:

Credit Card No:               	With expiry date:


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