[Annelida] 12th International Symposium on Aquatic Oligochaeta
(by Melita.Pennifold from dec.wa.gov.au)
Tue Aug 30 05:51:31 EST 2011
The organising committee of the 12th International Symposium on Aquatic Oligochaeta warmly invites colleagues with an interest in aquatic oligochaetes and allied clitellates to attend the 12th International Symposium on Aquatic Oligochaeta (ISAO12) to be held in Fremantle, Western Australia, from 10-14th September 2012. This presents an opportunity for aquatic ecologists to increase their knowledge of these invertebrates and gain identification skills.
The symposium will bring together leading scientists from around the globe to discuss aspects of aquatic oligochaete science, including ecology, morphology, systematics, conservation, their use as ecological indicators and even their role in sludge reduction. There will also be a workshop on identifying Australian oligochaetes with sessions run by leading taxonomists. Further details of the symposium are available at our website (www.isaob12.net.au<http://www.isaob12.net.au>) and you can also download a flyer for your noticeboard. If you are interested in attending the conference, would like further information or would like to be added to the mail list, let us know by contacting Adrian Pinder adrian.pinder from dec.wa.gov.au<mailto:adrian.pinder from dec.wa.gov.au>.
(on behalf of the ISAO12 organizing committee)
Department of Environment and Conservation
PO Box 51
Wanneroo WA 6949
melita.pennifold from dec.wa.gov.au<mailto:melita.pennifold from dec.wa.gov.au>
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