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[dinosaur] Abstract Deadline Extended for AMMP 2018 Meeting



TheÂAbstract Submission DeadlineÂfor the Association for Materials and Methods in Paleontology's 11th annual meeting has been extended toÂFebruary 15th 2018.

ClickÂhereÂto read more about abstract submission guidelines for an oral or poster presentation. We invite your submission about a recent case study concerning fossil preparation, conservation, and collections care.

Please visit our website www.paleomethods.org to learn more about becoming a member ($35) and registering for the 11th annual meeting in Lincoln, NebraskaÂApril 24-28th 2018.

We are excited to offer a special program, including symposia on Health & Safety, Conservation of In-Situ Bonebeds, as well as hands-on workshops.

Guided field trips to Ashfall Fossil Beds, Ford Conservation Center, Henry Doorley Zoo and Aquarium, and the Steamship Bertrand collections will afford networking with colleagues and discussion of the latest best practices in collections care.

Attached is an informational flyerÂto pass on to your colleagues, paleo group friends, and volunteers. Please post this flyerÂto your institution's bulletin board. These meetings are an affordable way to improve the professional development of your technical staff.

We hope to see you there!

Vanessa R. Rhue
Vice President, AMMP

AMMP 2018 Host Committee Co-chairs: Gregory Brown,Âgwbrownx@inebraska.com; Shane Tucker,Âstucker3@unl.edu

AMMP Annual Meeting Committee Chair: Conni OâConnor,Âconnijoconnor@gmail.com

AMMP is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization of persons interested in the field of paleontological collections care and methodology. This includes conservation, preparation, sampling, and collection of fossil animal remains. Members have the desire to maintain and further the profession through increased communication withÂpeers,Âand encouraging others with the desire and capabilities to enter the profession. Members promoteÂbetterÂunderstanding of the profession by the general public, those persons requiring such services, and increase the respect for the profession by maintaining and encouraging high standards of competence and ethics.Â

Business office:Â10100 Burnet RdÂ|ÂR7600, PRC-6 |ÂAustin, TX 78758

Attachment: AMMP 2018_Meeting Invitation.pdf
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