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Southeast Asian Bat Conservation and Research Unit (SEABCRU) Workshops July 2012

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Southeast Asian Bat Conservation and Research Unit (SEABCRU) Workshops July 2012

Published on May 7, 2012
Written by Admin


The main objective of the 2012 workshops is to bring together people with existing expertise and interest in the SEABCRU priority research and conservation areas to work together to:  Share experiences among participants and countries in addressing the different priorities;  refine research and training protocols that can provide for better integration and synthesis of research across the region;  link research processes and outputs with conservation efforts in and among SE Asian countries; work to collate current data on distribution and abundance of SE Asian bats; inform database development and parameterization; identify future directions for research within and across priorities; network expertise across countries.

Full details on workshop objectives, participant criteria and the application form can be found here.

Applications are due by May 20th. 

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