34th Annual Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation

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The Annual Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation, hosted every year by the International Sea Turtle Society (ISTS), is a unique event that draws participants from around the world, from across disciplines and cultures to a common interest and objective: the conservation of sea turtles and their environment. The Symposium encourages discussion, debate, and the sharing of knowledge, research techniques and lessons in conservation to address questions on the biology and conservation of sea turtles and their habitats. The 34th Annual Symposium will be held on 10-17 April 2014 in the City of New Orleans, Louisiana, before the beginning of the hurricane season.

The City of New Orleans is located on the coast in the middle of the northern rim of the Gulf of Mexico and is easily accessible by land via the interstate highway system (I-10, I-55, I-59), Amtrak South Train Route, and by air through the Louis Armstrong international Airport (MSY). New Orleans is physically located in the southeastern end of the Pontchartrain Basin, a 10,000 square mile watershed, which constitutes one of the largest estuarine systems in the Gulf of Mexico. Although the State of Louisiana does not feature robust sea turtle nesting populations, its state waters are known to serve as important foraging, developmental, and migratory habitat.

For further information please visit offical website http://iconferences.seaturtle.org/
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