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Posters and Exhibits:
USGS Patuxent Wildlife Research Center's FY 2006
Biennial Science Meeting
October 11-13, 2006

Register your posters!
Location: National Wildlife Visitor Center, Laurel, Maryland
Don't forget to register for the meetings by September 25, 2006. Poster registration deadline is September 8, 2006.

POSTERS and EXHIBITS are welcome at the 2006 Biennial Science Meeting. We especially welcome posters and exhibits from our partners and collaborators. Exhibits should be stand-alone; if electricity, telephone connections or other special requirements are needed, let us know as soon as possible! Easels will be provided. Note that set-up for posters is early (7:30 -8:30 AM), and take-down is either at the end of that day, or early the following morning for Sessions I & II. We have limited space for unmounted posters.

Patuxent Staff: We encourage posters already prepared for another scientific meeting rather than the creation of a poster specifically for this meeting. Please be sure that appropriate USGS visual identifier(s) are on the poster if any USGS staff were involved in the project. Themes of sessions are coordinated with the presentations of the day (see agenda).

Using the link provided on this page, please register your Poster and Exhibits. All Posters and Exhibits will require a title, name of sponsors or authors; and submission of an electronic abstract (in Microsoft Word or ASCII text). Abstracts should not exceed 500 words, including a problem statement, description of approach, and relevance of results to resource managers. Deadline for registering your poster or exhibit is September 8, 2006. A listing of all abstracts will be available at the meeting.

Poster Sessions are as follows. If you have any questions about the posters, contact the Session Chair as indicated below.

Poster Session I

Pete Lasier

Contaminant Biology
Hierarchical Modeling
Wildlife & Invasives

Poster Session II

Mark Wimer

Wildlife Diseases
Status & Trends
Breeding Bird Survey
Tropical Bird Conservation

Poster Session III

Jeff Spendelow

Habitat Restoration
Any Theme

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