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     The 21st International Congress of Zoology (ICZ)

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Conference Registration Fees

 

Members - 350 EU
Active students - 120 EU
Accompanying persons - 150EU
An extra fee of 25 EU will be charged for the society dinner.
Payment should be made before 31 July 2012. An additional 50 EU for members and 30 EU for students will be requested after the deadline.

 

Wire payments to bank account

 

Bank Hapoalim

Tivon Hanassi 719 Branch

1 Yehuda Hanassi St.

Kiriat Tivon 36047 Israel

Oranim-School of Education of Kibbutz movement

Seminar Oranim, Kiriat Tivon 36006

Account number 8220

Swift: POALILIT

IBAN: IL53-0127-1900-0000-0008-220

Payment Information

Wire payments to bank account

 

Bank Hapoalim

Tivon Hanassi 719 Branch

1 Yehuda Hanassi St.

Kiriat Tivon 36047 Israel

Oranim-School of Education of Kibbutz movement

Seminar Oranim, Kiriat Tivon 36006

Account number 8220

Swift: POALILIT

IBAN: IL53-0127-1900-0000-0008-220

Scientific Program

For a printable PDF version of the schedule, click here.

For the detailed scientific program, click here.

The conference will be held on the 5th Floor of the Rabin Complex (Social Sciences Building), The University of Haifa.

Tuesday 4 September

Monday 3 September

Sunday 2 September

 

Registration

Registration

Jerusalem (Panel) - The future of animal evolution under the human aegis

(10:00-17:00)

 

*Transportation to Haifa is provided

08:00 – 09:00

Plenary lecture (5009)

Plenary lecture (5009, Rabin complex)

09:00 – 10:00

Coffee break

Coffee break

10:00 – 10:30

  • Life history physiology and behaviour
  • Ecology and behaviour of mammals
  • The future of zoology training in higher education
  • The Endocrine basis of social Behavioural patterns
  • Ecological physiology

 

10:30 – 12:30

Lunch

Lunch

12:30 – 14:00

  • Ecology and behaviour of mammals
  • Changes of diversity and structure in rodent communities as a result of urbanization, agriculture and invasions
  • The Endocrine basis of social Behavioural patterns
  • Molecular ecology
  • Animals response to the human change of habitat and management

14:00 – 15:30

Coffee break

Coffee break

Registration (16:00 – 20:00)

15:30 – 16:00


Poster Session

  • Ecological physiology
  • Daily rhythms and seasonality
  • Human-Wildlife conflict

16:00 – 18:00

Social Event (18:00)

 Poster Session

18:00 – 19:00

  • BCGC (5009)

19:00

 

 

Reception – Ice Breaking (20:00)

Evening

 

 

Friday 7 September

Thursday 6 September

Wednesday 5 September

 

Registration

Registration

Registration

08:00 – 09:00

Two Plenary lectures

(5009)

Plenary lecture (5009)

Plenary lecture

09:00 – 10:00

Coffee break

Coffee break

10:00 – 10:30

Coffee break

(10:30-11:00)

  • How Marine animals respond to human activities I
  • Light pollution and its ecological consequences
  • Inter-kingdom interactions
  • Levels of selection and evolutionary zoology

10:30 – 12:30

Closing Session

(11:00-12:00) (5009)

Post Conference Tour (12:00) 7-10/9/2012

Negev Desert and Eilat

Lunch

Lunch (12:30-13:30)

12:30 – 14:00

  • Is the eastern Mediterranean becoming tropic?
  • Do adaptations to adverse environments have a limit?

Afternoon Conference Tour

(13:30)

14:00 – 15:30

Coffee break

15:30 – 16:00

  • How Marine animals respond to human activities II
  • Do adaptations to adverse environments have a limit?

16:00 – 17:30

Society Meeting (5009)

17:30 – 19:30

Banquet

 

Evening

 

 

List of Symposia

  1. The Future of Animal Evolution under the Human Aegis (Jerusalem)
  2. The Endocrine Basis of Social Behavioural Patterns
  3. Ecological Physiology
  4. Molecular Ecology
  5. Human-Wildlife Conflict
  6. Animals response to the human change of habitat and management
  7. Daily Rhythms and Seasonality
  8. Life History Physiology and Behaviour
  9. Ecology and Behaviour of Mammals
  10. The Future of Zoology training in higher education
  11. Changes of diversity and structure in rodent communities as a result of urbanization, agriculture and invasions
  12. Inter-kingdom Interactions
  13. Levels of Selection and Evolutionary Zoology
  14. How Marine Animals Respond to Human Activities I
  15. Light Pollution and its Ecophysiological Consequences
  16. Is the eastern Mediterranean becoming tropic?
  17. Do adaptations to adverse environments have a limit?
  18. How Marine Animals Respond to Human Activities II

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