Conferences and Meetings

Not only events and conferences that Advanced Telemetry Systems will be attending, but other related events and conferences you might be interested in.

Wildlife Tracking systems, VHF radio transmitters, GPS, Iridium

7/7/2019

AMS Conference 2019

7-11 July 2019

University of Sydney, Sydney NSW

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7/7/2019

AMS Conference 2019

 

The 65th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Australian Mammal Society (and Koala Research Symposium) will be held at the University of Sydney from 7 – 11th July 2019.

We have an exciting scientific and social program planned on the beautiful University of Sydney campus.

The main sessions on Monday through Wednesday and the symposium on Thursday will be held in the Veterinary Conference Centre.

7-11 July 2019

University of Sydney, Sydney NSW

3/11/2019

EIANZ Annual Conference

3-6 November 2019

Adelaide SA

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3/11/2019

EIANZ Annual Conference

3rd to 6th November the annual conference being held in Adelaide SA

3-6 November 2019

Adelaide SA

24/11/2019

ESA Annual Conference

24-29 November 2019

Launceston TAS

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24/11/2019

ESA Annual Conference

The annual conference for the Ecological Society of Australia will be held in Launceston Tas. 24th - 29th November 2019

24-29 November 2019

Launceston TAS

3/12/2019

AWMS Annual Conference 2019

3-5 December 2019

CSU Darwin NT

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3/12/2019

AWMS Annual Conference 2019

Australasian Wildlife Management Society will be holding the annual conference on the 3rd - 5th December 2019, in Darwin NT.

3-5 December 2019

CSU Darwin NT

5/1/2020

9th World Congress of Herpetology

5-10 January 2020

Dunedin, NZ

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5/1/2020

9th World Congress of Herpetology

 While reptiles and amphibians are among the most numerous terrestrial vertebrates on the planet, they are also the most threatened. The name herpetology is the term given to the study of reptiles and amphibians. Every 4 years the World Congress of Herpetology brings together the world's top herpetologists and their students to discuss every aspect of the ecology and biology of the world's reptiles and amphibians. 

5-10 January 2020

Dunedin, NZ