Program: Evolution and Systematics Conference, Melbourne, Austral ia

Wilson, Robin rwilson at MUSEUM.VIC.GOV.AU
Wed Jun 20 09:53:50 CDT 2001


Dear colleagues

A preliminary program for the joint Evolution and Systematics Conference,
Melbourne University, 16-18 July 2001, is now on line at:
http://www.zoology.unimelb.edu.au/aes/sasb_aes_program.html

I think you will agree that the program looks very interesting, and a
rewarding 3 days is assured.  It is not too late for us to accept late
registrations.  However, accommodation at Ormond College must be finalised
in the next few days, before Friday 22 June (but preferably earlier -
immediately).  After that time, no further rooms can be promised at Ormond
College, and late registrants will have to make their own accommodation
arrangements.

We hope to see as many of you as possible in Melbourne

(Apologies for those of you who have already registered, and those on the
SASB list, who will have
received some of this information separately)

bye, Robin (on behalf of the Organising Committee)


Robin Wilson


Robin Wilson
Senior Curator, Marine Invertebrates
Museum Victoria
GPO Box 666E
Melbourne  Vic  3001
AUSTRALIA

phone 03 8341 7429; fax 03 8341 7442 [international 613 replaces 03]

rwilson at museum.vic.gov.au
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