Beside the oral communications and posters of registered participants invited to present their works (CLUSTERING OF THE ABSTRACTS), this year the organizers prepared a three-days selected and exclusive Jackals Ecology Course with key speakers internationally known in the field of jackal taxonomy, morphology, applied ecology, genetics, biology and behavior, toxicology, zoonoses and parasitology, population dynamics, or wildlife conservation and hunting or management.

The course structure includes 14 oral lectures of approximately 20-30 minutes each one followed by 5-10 minutes open questions and specific moderated debate.

2 IJS Provisional PROGAMME JULY 2018.pdf