Submission Requirements and Presentations
The organizers are pleased to announce the first call for abstracts for the 17th The International Nannoplankton Association which will take place for the first time in the Southern Hemisphere since its inception in Vienna in 1985.
Abstract submission portal open – Monday 22 October 2018
Registration opens – Monday 11 February 2019
Abstract submissions deadline – Monday 10 June 2019
Conference Dates – 15 September – 20 September 2019
Guidelines for submitting an abstract to INA17:
Send no later than Monday 10 June 2019
Have 300 words or less.
Include text only, no figures, no tables.
Include an e-mail contact information for all authors.
Abstract must be written in English.
Submit as a word processing document, preferably Microsoft Word (.doc or .docx).
Send abstract to Laurel Bybell email: email@example.com
All references in the text must appear in a reference list.
All references must follow the Journal of Nannoplankton Research style.
Use either full references or standard (World List) abbreviations. Here are a few examples:
Burnett, J.A. 1988. North-west European Late Cretaceous calcareous nannofossils: biostratigraphy and selected evolutionary lineages. PhD thesis, University College London, London: 365 pp.
Perch-Nielsen, K. 1985. Cenozoic calcareous nannofossils. In: H.M. Bolli, K. Perch-Nielsen & J.B. Saunders (EDS.).Plankton stratigraphy. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge: 427-554.
Sissingh, W. 1977. Biostratigraphy of Cretaceous calcareous nannoplankton. Geologie en Mijnbouw, 56: 37-65.
Do not worry about formatting. The INA17 editor will assign uniform formatting to all the abstracts. Once the abstract is received, accepted, and edited, it will be posted on the INA17 website.
- Indicate your preferred presentation type (oral or poster presentation)
Oral presentations are limited to 15 minutes in length, including questions.
All oral presentations must be in Microsoft PowerPoint format and be compatible with PowerPoint 2010. We also suggest that you create a backup version in Adobe PDF format.
Poster boards are in strict dimension of 70cm width x 85cm height.
All authors will deliver their posters at the Conference Desk during the registration (Sunday15/09).
Poster sessions are scheduled and described in the general scientific programme.
Presenters are recommended to place the title at the top of the poster board to allow viewers to identify the paper and to highlight the author’s names, e-mail, and address information. Text, diagrams, figures should have a size to allow a viewer to read the poster easily from a distance of about 1.5meters.