SECOND ANNUAL CONFERENCE IN ETHOLOGY
Leonardo Sepulveda N
lsepulve at buho.dpi.udec.cl
Tue Aug 1 19:52:18 EST 1995
Second Annual Ethology Conference
August 3-5, 1995
On August 3-4, 1994 the First Annual Ethology Conference was held in
Santiago, Chile. It was attended by approximately 60 behavioural scientists.
At that time, it was decided that the Second Annual Ethology Conference (II
JET) should be held in Concepcion, Chile.
The IIJET hopes to achieve the following objectives:
1. To bring together behavioural scientists, such as ethologists,
psychologists, sociologists, etc. in order to share their experiences and
2. To determine which scientists are engaged in behavioural research,
particularly in Chile.
3. To propose the formation of the Chilean Ethological Society.
1. Animal behaviour
2. Sociobiological aspects of animals
3. Human ethology
The official language of the IIJET will be Spanish, although English is
DATE AND LOCATION
IIJET will be held at the University of Concepcion, School of Natural
Sciences and Oceanography in Concepcion.Chile from August 3-5, 1995
School of Natural Sciences
Concepcion, Chile is a region that includes an extensive
valdivian (?) forest with trails that are particularly suited to photography
and observation of plants and animals indigenous to southern Chile.
Registration fees are as follows:
If no paper is to be presented:
Professionals....$22.000 MN (US $55)
Students...............$ 5.000 MN (Us $12)
If a paper is to be presented:
Professionals...$20.000 MN (US $50)
Graduate.....$5.000 MN (US $12)
Undergraduate $3.000 MN (US$10)
Deadline to receive papers and registration fees is June 17,1995. Please send
a certified check or money order payable to Maria E. Casanueva.
You may registrate until Agost 3 at 10 O'Clock in the morning.
Send the summary to IIJET's official address:
Dr. Andres O. Angulo
Box 2407, Concepcion, Chile, South America
Telephone: 234985 extension 3059
E-mail: aangulo at halcon.dpi.udec.cl
For further information, contact:
Leonardo E. Sepulveda
Coordinator, International Publicity
E-mail: lsepulve at buho.dpi.udec.cl
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