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Subject:

ICAZ session coastal resources

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Umberto Albarella <[log in to unmask]>

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Umberto Albarella <[log in to unmask]>

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Thu, 12 May 2005 08:18:39 +0100

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C A L L   F O R   P A P E R S
for a session to be presented at the INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE of the
International Council of Archaeozoology in Mexico City, 23rd to 28th of August
2006 entitled
Exploitation of Coastal Resourses: New and Old World Perspectives.

Session organizers: Wietske Prummel, Groninger Institute of Archaeology,
Poststraat 6, 9712 ER Groningen, [log in to unmask], and Florencia Borella,
CONICET -INCUAPA, Av. Del Valle 5737  (B7400 JWI), Olavarría - Argentina
[log in to unmask]

This session explores the worldwide exploitation of coastal resources during the
history of mankind. Papers and posters may be proposed that are dealing with
(1)     the provision of food, such as molluscs, crustaceans, fish, birds and sea
and coastal mammals;
(2)     the provision of raw materials, such as shells and bones;
(3)     the transportation of wild and domestic animals along coasts, between
mainlands and islands, and between continents;
(4)     the impact on the wild fauna by human activities on the coast, such as
dwelling, hunting, gathering, animal husbandry, introducing exotic plants and
animals, and building dikes and damming gullies;
(5)     the contribution of marine and non-marine food to human and animal diet
through stable isotope research;
(6)     other topics related with the exploitation of coastal resources.

Each speaker will have 15 minutes for presenting the paper and 5 minutes for
answering questions. It is also possible to present a poster within the
framework of this session. There is no official language for this International
Conference. Session participants should keep in mind, however, that
presentations and posters delivered in English will likely reach a broader
audience. 
If you are interested in presenting a paper or a poster at this session, please
contact us at [log in to unmask] before the 10th of June 2005 with a short
description of what you plan to present and in what way (a paper or a poster).

By the 30th of January 2006 we need the following data for all presentations:
a.      Name of primary author, his or her institutional address, telephone and fax
numbers, e-mail address
b.      Names and addresses of the additional authors
c.      Five keywords
d.      Full title of the submitted presentation
e.      Whether the submission will be a paper (spoken presentation) or a poster
f.      Abstract (up to 250 words excluding title, authors, and references)


Esta sesión explora la explotación mundial de recursos costeros en la historia
de la humanidad. Podrán ser propuestos artículos y posters referidos a los
siguientes temas:
1) el aprovechamiento de recursos como moluscos, crustáceos, peces, aves y
mamíferos marinos y costeros.
2) el aprovisionamiento de materias primas como valvas y huesos
3) el transporte de animales salvajes y domésticos a lo largo de la costa, entre
continente e islas, y entre continentes.
4) el impacto de las actividades humanas en la costa: asentamientos, caza,
recolección, domesticación de animales, introducción de plantas y animales
exóticos, así como la construcción de diques y embalses que afectan la fauna
silvestre.
5) la contribución de recursos marinos y no-marinos en la dieta humana y animal
a través del análisis de isótopos estables.
6) otros tópicos relacionados con la explotación de recursos costeros.

Cada expositor tendrá 15 minutos para presentar su ponencia y 5 minutos para
responder preguntas. Es posible también presentar poster dentro del esquema de
esta sesión. Esta Conferencia Internacional no tiene una lengua oficial, sin
embargo los participantes deben tener en cuenta que la presentación de sus
posters o ponencias en inglés tendrán una mayor audiencia.
Si usted está interesado en participar con un ponencia oral o poster en este
Simposio, por favor contáctenos en [log in to unmask] antes del 10 de
junio del 2005 con una breve descripción del tema de su presentación (poster o
ponencia). 

Para el 30 de Enero del 2006 les solicitamos nos envíen los siguientes datos de
todas las presentaciones:
a)      Nombre completo del primer autor,  dirección laboral, números de teléfono y
fax y dirección de e-mail.
b)      Nombre completo de los co-autores y dirección
c)      Cinco palabras claves
d)      Título completo de la ponencia
e)      Si la presentación es ponencia oral o poster
f)      Presentar un resumen de hasta 250 palabras excluyendo el título, autores y
referencias bibliográficas)

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