The call for Symposia and Workshops is CLOSED
The congress will focus on scientific research carried out on mammals all over the world. It will be based, primarily, on symposia and papers submitted by registered delegates. The congress should also provide an opportunity for IUCN/SSC specialist groups to meet.

Important Dates to Remember
- Deadline for Early Registration: April 13, 2009
- Deadline for Symposium proposals: October 31, 2008
- Deadline for Abstracts Submission: May 11, 2009

The local committee hopes to see you in August 2009 in Mendoza Province, Argentina!

Congress Schedule

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Posters and Abstracts
This is an invitation and a reminder call for presentation of your research results during the 5 day Poster Sessions at the IMC10, 9-14 August, Mendoza, Argentina.

Posters will be either associated, when possible, to a particular Symposium or Workshop, or as a regular Poster presentation, like in any other Congress, independent of any organized Symposium.

In fact, there are several missing or underrepresented topics that might be well represented at the Poster sessions.

The Poster sessions at the International Mammalogical Congresses constitute the bulk of the presentations of research results, and offer an ideal forum for an exchange of ideas and suggestions, in a more relaxed context.

Poster general guidelines

The suggested size for Posters is 0.90m (w) x 1.10m (h). These will be displayed on vertical panels. Please do not bring posters that are wider than 0.9m (w).

Abstract Submission Guidelines

* Title: The title should be no more than 15 words in all block letters with scientific names italicized. The field will only accept 255 characters.
* Author/s: The names of all the authors should be indicated; the name of the presenting author should be followed by an asterisk (*). Only the presenting author's address and e-mail should be indicated.
* Preparation of Abstracts: The abstract body should be no more than 300 words and the submission form will not accept abstracts that exceed 2000 characters. Paragraphs should be separated by a single line. The title, author/s and address should be center aligned, while the abstract text should be justified. All in 12 point Times New Roman font.
More information coming soon.