MEETING OF AMPHIPODOLOGISTS
Charles Oliver Coleman
Oliver.Coleman at T-ONLINE.DE
Wed Aug 4 16:17:48 CDT 2004
MEETING OF AMPHIPODOLOGISTS
July 24-27, 2005
We are pleased to invite you to Cork, which is European City of
Anyone interested in amphipods is invited to attend the meeting, which
will be hosted by the National University of Ireland, Cork.
It is not intended that papers will be published from the meeting, which
will be an informal forum for exchange of ideas and discussions of
The scientific programme will consist of presented papers and workshops.
The following workshops are being considered:
Electronic databases for amphipods
a) Electronic bibliography (crustacea.net)
b) Electronic database of old taxonomic literature (new initiative?)
c) Electronic database of amphipod images (new initiative?)
d) Catalogue of all new taxa described since Barnard & Karaman, 1991 and
Russian caprellid/hyperiid monographs (amphipod website)
e) Terminology used in amphipod descriptions
The Amphipod website
a) The website, summary of current state
b) Challenges and solutions.
c) The future?
A demonstration of amphipod illustration techniques is also planned.
Ireland is not cheap by any standards (2nd only to Finland in Europe an
list of most expensive countries!) Also, this is high season in Ireland
I am, however, able to offer accommodation in the University Apartments
These newly refurbished apartments have a fully fitted kitchen with
microwave and all cooking utensils, a cable TV, and a telephone .
These apartments are reasonable (by Irish standards) at Euro 47 (=
US$57, GB£32) per person, per night (bed and continental breakfast)
There are two other recommended accommodations close to the campus;
Lancaster Lodge (4-star) (www.lancasterlodge.com) Current rates are:
Please mention the meeting for special rates.
Acton Lodge (B&B) (www.actonlodge.com) Current rates are: single 45
Note: These prices may change when the new 2005 rates are published so
please check prices at the websites in the Autumn.
For those who prefer to stay elsewhere, there is a range of hotel
available in Cork City, at a range of prices.
These can be found at: www.holidaycityeurope.com/corkhotels/
If you wish to avail of a room at Victoria Lodge please inform me as
soon as possible. Even at this early date, bookings on campus are
proceeding, and if I am to make a block booking, some ideas of numbers
would be very helpful.
Cork International Airport is served by a number of airlines from major
Ferries to Cork are from: Roscoff (www.brittanyferries.com)
There are also ferries from Pembroke (Wales) to Rosslare (about 160km
from Cork), from Cherbourg and Roscoff to Rosslare and from Holyhead
(Wales) to Dublin (250km from Cork).
I shall be attending the Cork meeting and would like to make a
Victoria Lodge / self booking
I shall be presenting a: paper / poster
Talk / Poster:
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