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Annual Zoo Research Conferences

The BIAZA Research Committee holds an Annual Zoo Research Symposium, which attracts an increasing number of academic and zoo professionals as well as students. Themed sessions and workshops are aimed at increasing the understanding of the influences on zoo animal welfare, and topics have included measuring stress, improving diet and nutrition and studying visitor effects.

Abstracts of all presentations are included in an annual supplement of the July issue (no. 3) of the Research Newsletter. Click here to view Newsletters.  Full proceedings are available below for BIAZA members, older proceedings (3 years) are open access.

Keep an eye on our Events pages for further information on the 19th Annual BIAZA Research Symposium.

Research Conferences 

Research Conference 2016 
Proceedings from the 18th Annual BIAZA Research Conference

Research Conference 2015
Proceedings from the 17th Annual BIAZA Research Conference

Research Symposium 2014

Proceedings from the 16th Annual BIAZA Research Symposium 

Research Symposium 2013
Proceedings from the 15th Annual BIAZA Research Symposium
Held jointly with the Native Species Working Group Annual Conference 

Research Symposium 2012
Proceedings from the 14th Annual BIAZA Research Symposium

Research Symposium 2011
Proceedings from the 13th Annual BIAZA Research Symposium 

Research Symposium 2010
Proceedings from the 12th Annual BIAZA Research Symposium 

Research Symposium 2009
Proceedings from the 11th Annual BIAZA Research Symposium

Research Symposium 2008
Proceedings from the 10th Annual BIAZA Research Symposium 
 
Research Symposium 2007

Proceedings from the 9th Annual BIAZA Research Symposium

Research Symposium 2006

Proceedings from the 8th Annual BIAZA Research Symposium

Research Symposium 2005

Proceedings from the 7th Annual BIAZA Research Symposium

Research Symposium 2004

Proceedings from the 6th Annual BIAZA Research Symposium

Research Symposium 2003

Proceedings from the 5th Annual BIAZA Research Symposium 

Research Symposium 2002

Proceedings from the 4th Annual BIAZA Research Symposium

Research Symposium 2001

Proceedings from the 3rd Annual BIAZA Research Symposium

Research Symposium 2000
Abstracts from the 2nd Annual BIAZA Research Symposium




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