a complete database of individuals, research groups and projects and whale-watching activities, represents a priceless tool for ACCOBAMS to stimulate:
new partnerships within the ACCOBAMS area
new synergistic research activities and
sharing of information between groups and individuals
As contributors, you will be able to:
edit your profile at any time. You will be reminded to update your details once per year, prompted by a request from the ACCOBAMS Secretariat
become automatically subscribed to Fins (the ACCOBAMS Newsletter), and get the chance to make public your major achievements by contributing with popular articles
become automatically included in the official ACCOBAMS mailing list and be able to receive, for example real-time notice on:
new scientific and educational material available on the ACCOBAMS site;
workshops, meetings and training courses on marine conservation topics, organised by ACCOBAMS or by other organisations;
be included into the official ACCOBAMS directory of institutions, organisations and scientists, which is available online and forwarded annually to all ACCOBAMS National Focal Points
include a link to your name in the "database contributors' link section" of the ACCOBAMS website.
Your contribution is valued and appreciated.
Last Updated (Thursday, 22 March 2012 15:53)