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Registration Information

Registration is now closed.

We hope that you enjoyed your time in Victoria.

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Student Events Update
We have had an overwhelming interest in our student events. At this point, all of our student events are full.


Student Events Update We have had an overwhelming interest in our student events. At this point, all of our student events are full.

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Scientific Program Schedule

and now a New Interactive program currently containing contributed oral, speed, and poster presentations.


Note: The program is subject to change, please see the updated program online and in daily correction sheets during the Congress.

 

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Field Trips
A full program of special IMCC inspired trips and excursions are now available online. Visit Bamfield Marine Science Research Centre, Gulf Islands National Park Marine Reserve. Go diving, kayaking, whale watching. Take a natural history tour or photo excursion. Learn More>>

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Dicounted hotel rooms for students
A block of hotel rooms has been reserved for IMCC student registrants at the Best Western Inner Harbour Hotel in Victoria, British Columbia. Each room is equipped with both a refrigerator and microwave, and discounted prices include a daily continental breakfast. These rooms are expected to go fast so make sure you reserve yours today!!

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Sponsors & Exhibitors: IMCC 2011 Prospectus
For more information about sponsoring and exhibiting at IMCC 2011, and to download the prospectus click here>>

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IMCC1 in May 2009, was a success!
Congress Proceedings, a PDF of the program, and a link to video of Beyond the Obituaries: Success Stories in Marine Conservation, can be found here >>


"The Message" by Charles Elliott
The congress logo depicts a human reaching out to a killer whale. The raven in the hair of the person is a messenger, carrying news from one place to the next. In the flukes and tail of the orca there are two seabirds, representing all other life in the oceans. The hand of the person is reaching for friendship with the creatures of the ocean, and also expressing a symbol of dialogue. Read more about Charles Elliot here>>