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The International Symposium of Integrative Zoology is an annual conference sponsored by the International Society of Zoological Sciences (ISZS) and the journal Integrative Zoology.
The 11th ISIZ will be held in Auckland City, New Zealand, hosted by the School of Natural and Computational Sciences, Massey University.
New Zealand is the last country colonised by people. It is not only well known for its clean and beautiful natural environment, but also for its unique fauna, flora and its achievement in animal conservation. The theme of the 11th ISIZ is 'Zoological studies for animal conservation'. The conference offers a wide range of topics in zoological studies and exciting range of plenary talks. The hosts of 11th ISIZ welcome you and look forward to meeting you in Auckland!
The conference dinner will be held in the beautiful Soljans Estate Winery.
New Zealand makes some of the world’s best wines. The Soljans Estate Winery, established in 1937, is one of the oldest family-owned wineries in New Zealand. It is well known for the range of fine wines it produces.
The dinner includes a wine tasting, wine tour and a three-course served meal. There are a few spaces available.
If you have not registered for the dinner and would like to join in, please contact Sue Di Leo. First come first serve until the spaces are filled.
The dinner fee is NZ$150 and can be paid at the registration desk when you arrive.
The International Symposium of Integrative Zoology 2019 is being held in Auckland, New Zealand. Find out about the 2019 theme, the International Society of Zoological Sciences (ISZS), our partners, dates, times, insurance, visas and more.
Presenters who would like to be included in a symposium should get in touch with the contact person and include the title of the symposium in their abstract submission. Details below. Confirmed symposia:
1. Behavioural ecology in conservation and management of vertebrates
2. City as a new ecological niche
3. Effect of forestry and agricultural practices on animal populations
4. Human-wildlife interactions -- conflict and coexistence
5. Impact of animal diseases on animal conservation
6. Invertebrate behaviour
7. Invertebrate evolution and ecology
8. Migratory birds and wetlands conservation
9. Living on the edge -- Animals in extreme environment
10. Plant-animal interactions and coevolution
11. Wildlife monitoring and conservation with camera trapping
12. Wildlife forensics and crime control
13. Wildlife diseases
We are calling for submissions for presentations and posters for the conference. Please see below for options and requirements and then submit your abstract through the form below. Abstract submission deadline is 30 September 2019.
There are a number of preferred accommodation suppliers that are offering special rates for this conference. Find out more about these and how to access the rates below. More options will be added as conference rates are confirmed.
The post-conference fieldtrips include visits to Tawharanui Regional Park (coastal), Tiritiri Matangi Island and the Mt Maungatautari mainland ecosystem restoration.
Register for the conference, conference dinner and fieldtrips. You may pay by bank transfer or credit card.
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Last updated on Tuesday 22 October 2019