AIMS2012 follows on from the highly successful AIMS2009. AIMS2012 will further promote awareness of the conservation status of mammals on the island of Ireland and the importance of mammalian biodiversity and the need to protect their habitats on the island, especially in the light of increased proliferation of invasive species.
AIMS 2012 will encourage growth in positive public attitudes to our mammalian wildlife heritage, continue to nurture long term links amongst state agencies and third level institutes, while allowing access for all those involved in mammal ecology and conservation in the wider community.
Abstracts registration has now closed.
Delegate registration is now closed. Invasive Species Ireland are not the contacts for AIMS 2012. All questions should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on delegate registration.
The Regency Hotel, Swords Road, Drumcondra, Dublin 9 is giving a special room rate for AIMS 2012 delegates. Please quote “AIMS 2012 Conference” when booking a room.
Dr Ruth Carden & Dr Allan McDevitt
AIMS2012 Scientific Committee
Dr Daniel Buckley (Consultant)
Dr Fidelma Butler (University College Cork)
Dr Ruth Carden (University College Cork)
Dr Mathieu Lundy (Queens University Belfast)
Dr Allan McDevitt (University College Dublin)
Dr Ferdia Marnell (National Parks & Wildlife Service)
Mr Nigel Monaghan (National Museum of Ireland – Natural History Division)
Dr Jacinta Mullins (Mammal Research Institute, Poland)
AIMS2012 Organising Committee
Dr Daniel Buckley
Dr Ruth Carden
Dr Mathieu Lundy
Dr Allan McDevitt
AIMS2012 Local Organiser
Ms Catherine McGuinness