Registration for the PMNHS Annual Conference 2017 now open!

We are delighted to announce that the registration for the Porcupine Marine Natural History Society Conference 2017 is now open.

This year we are moving with the times and making use of EVENTBRITE for the management of tickets and registrations.  You can find the registration site information here:

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Our annual conference takes place over the weekend of 11th to 13th March 2017, with a 2-day conference of talks and posters on the Saturday / Sunday at Plymouth University, followed by a field meeting nearby in Wembury on Monday 13th [low tide 0.7m @ 12:30]. The conference dinner will be held at the Marine Biological Association (MBA) on the Saturday evening.

The central theme for talks and posters is Marine Species Biology. See confirmed speakers list.

Tickets are available for members, non-members, students, the conference dinner and the field trip.  We also have a daily rate available.

FAQs

What is included in the conference price?

The conference fee includes refreshments and lunches on both days and all delegate materials. The conference dinner is an optional extra.

What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?

For information on transport and parking in Plymouth please see here: https://www.plymouth.ac.uk/your-university/visit/getting-here. Conference delegates can park at the MBA on Saturday and Sunday if they wish. The MBA is approximately 20 minutes’ walk from the University. Delegates will need to give their registration number to MBA security. The car park will be open between 8.30 am to 11 pm on Saturday after the conference dinner and 8.30am to 5 pm on Sunday.

How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

To offer a talk, poster or observation, please contact Jon Moore on jon@ticara.co.uk or 07879 497004.

For questions about registration please contact Tammy Horton on tammy.horton@noc.ac.uk

This conference is sponsored by the Plymouth University Marine Institute and the Marine Biological Association of the UK.

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