SEH News Fifth Ordinary General Meeting of SEH According to the statutes of SEH, an Ordinary General Meeting has to be convcned every two years in a European country. At the fourth O.G.M. in Nijmegen, The Netherlands (August 1987), it was decided to accept the invitation of the Organizing Committee of the First World Congress of Herpetology to convene in Canterbury, England. It is Council's pleasure to announce that the Fifth Ordinary General Meeting of SEH will be held at Canterbury, England on 14th September, 1989, presumably at 7.30 p.m. An announcement of the forthcoming meeting already appeared in 'Amphibia-Reptilia' 9(3): 325. As there will be no separate scientitic sessions of' SEH, all registration must be done with the Secretariste of the First World Congress of Herpetology, Rutherford College, University of Kent, Canterbury, Kent CT2 7NX, U.K. Agenda I Opening of the meeting 2. Election of Chairperson of meeting (Statutes § 4.4; Bylaws § 4.4d) 3. Proposed amendments to the agenda Members are invited to send amendment proposals to the General Secretary as soon as possible, in order to assure a concise presentation of them under this point, though amendments may also be proposed during the meeting (Statutes
Amphibia-Reptilia – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1989
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