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Dec. 2006:
First Circular Distributed Download Here

Nov. 2007:
Second Circular Distributed Download Here

By 31 March 2008:
Early Registration

By 13 May 2008:
Housing/Meals Registration

By 15 May 2008:
Submission of Abstracts

By 30 June 2008:
Late Registration

13-19 July 2008:
IAL 6 & ABLS Joint Meeting

SUBMISSION OF ABSTRACTS



Abstracts for Oral and Poster Presentations

Oral presentations for the contributed paper sessions will be no longer than 15 minutes in length, include reserving the last 2-3 minutes for questions. Posters should measure up to 95 cm wide and up to 120 cm vertical to fit onto bulletin boards. An abstract must be submitted for each contributed paper or poster presentation. These will be gathered into a booklet that will be distributed to all meeting registrants at the beginning of the meeting in Asilomar. The deadline for abstract submission is May 15th, 2008.

Send your abstract with cover letter to: Tom Nash

Abstracts are to be submitted electronically, preferably by e-mail attachment, or secondarily, on a computer disk (either CD or floppy disk is acceptable). Files should be submitted as editable MS-word files (*.doc) or MS-rtf files (*.rtf), but in either case with a minimum of special formatting codes and no indenting. Use a common serif font like Times New Roman in 10 pt font size. Brief abstracts are encouraged, but the maximum length will be 150 words (ca. 10 lines, single space, in 10 pt font). Abstracts may be subject to re-formatting but only to minimal editing, so please send perfect, error-free copy files. Authors names should be in all caps, and the presenting author should be clearly indicated with an asterisk in front of their surname.

For further format information, an example is given below:

*HOLT, EMILY1, MCCUNE, BRUCE1 and NEITLICH, PETER2
1Oregon State University, Department of Botany and Plant Pathology, 2082 Cordley Hall, Corvallis, Oregon 97331-2902, USA;
2National Park Service, 41 A Wandling Road, Winthrop, Washington 98862, USA.
Grazing impacts on macrolichen communities of the Seward Peninsula, Alaska
Do reindeer and caribou grazing simply reduce lichen biomass, or can lichen community composition be altered as well? Extensive research demonstrates that grazing, including........


IAL 6 - ABLS Joint Meeting 2008