Registration Form, Conference Fees, and Grants

Conference Fees

Normal Fee Student Fee East and Central 
European delegates fee*
Member £40 £15 £15
Non-member £75 £40 £25

* Defined by the EAA as: Albania, Belarus, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Poland, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Ukraine, Yugoslavia, and other FSU republics.

The fee covers the Meeting Programme, one delegate pack (including abstracts and other publications etc), free refreshments during the breaks, and free admission to the reception and conference party. The fee for non-members also provides one year's membership (1999) of the EAA.

All fees for registration, accommodation and other events must be paid by the 30th July 1999. Fees and other monies can be paid by cheque or cash in pounds sterling, by major credit cards (Visa, Mastercard, American Express etc.), or in cash or credit transfer in other major currencies (a small exchange commission may be changed for non-sterling transactions).


The organizers hope to provide the opportunity for delegates from Eastern and Central Europe to apply for grants, but this will depend upon the availability of funds and the success of various grant applications currently being considered. Grants may be received as partial or full grants. Where appropriate they will be paid in cash at the Annual Meeting, upon the production of official receipts of expenditure. Grants for accommodation and subsistence will be paid as vouchers for meals etc. Please contact the Secretariat as soon as possible to register an interest in receiving a grant.  The closing date for receipt of grant applications is 4th June 1999.  All applications will be considered together at a meeting of the conference organizing committee in June 1999; recipients will be notified in writing as soon thereafter as possible.

The Meeting Secretariat will provide letters of invitation to all those whose papers or posters are accepted and need documentation in order to request financial assistance from other institutions.

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              This page has been compiled and is maintained by Jeff Chartrand, and Eileen Wilkes,School of Conservation Sciences, Bournemouth University. Last Updated 25 August 1999