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Registration Information

NEW for NABS 2011: Attendees submitting abstracts must register when abstracts are submitted. Abstracts must be submitted by midnight PST, Monday, January 24, 2011.

Registration Deadlines & Fees

Registration and abstract submission will open at the end of November.

All registration fees are in US Dollars.

Early Registration (By midnight, March 31, 2011)

NABS Member $350
Non-Member $450
NABS Student Member $200
Student, Non-Member $350
Retiree $200

Late Registration (April 1 - May 20)

NABS Member $400
Non-Member $500
NABS Student Member $250
Student, Non-Member $400
Retiree $250

Onsite Registration (May 21-May 26)

NABS Member $450
Non-Member $550
NABS Student Member $300
Student, Non-Member $450
Retiree $250
One day Registration $90

Participants from developing countries

Participants from developing countries $100

Activity Fees

Early Extra Banquet Ticket $50
Late or Onsite Banquet Ticket $60
Fun Run or Volleyball Tournament $30
Narragansett Bay Boat Tour $50
Harvard Forest Field Trip $65
Block Island Field Trip $65
Cape Cod National Seashore Field Trip $65

Refund Policy

Refunds, minus $50 fee, will be made through April 22, 2011. We regret that after April 22 refunds will not be made.

NABS Membership

Regular members $75/year
Students $40/year
Young Professionals $55/year

Non-members paying full registration fees will receive a NABS membership effective until January 1, 2012.

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