The HAA invites abstracts for presentations under three different categories: Full oral, Mini oral, Poster. Abstracts under all categories must present findings of research or other herpetological work.
Full oral presentations: The work should be a completed study, and the abstract should clearly outline the objectives of the study, and the results/findings. These talks will have a 15 minute slot of which 3 minutes are for questions (i.e. 12 minutes for your talk).
Mini oral presentations: The work may be in progress, or not yet carried out (e.g. student proposals), but should clearly outline the objectives of the study and any preliminary findings. These talks will have a 7 minute slot of which 2 minutes are for questions (i.e. 5 minutes for your talk).
Posters: Either completed or work in progress may be presented. NB: Posters must be A1 and portrait
Successful submissions will be notified by 1 August 2019.
Please indicate if you are eligible for a student presentation award (registered students or recent graduates who are presenting their student work) .
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