Canadian Aquatic Resources Section of the American Fisheries Society

Monthly archives for March, 2016

Quantitative aquatic biologist position with MNRF – job

See link: https://www.gojobs.gov.on.ca/Preview.aspx?Language=English&JobID=90773

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The Changing Lake Nipissing Ecosystem

MNRF’s Science and Research Branch invites you to participate in a Science Insights seminar entitled The Changing Lake Nipissing Ecosystem. This seminar will be held on Monday, March 29 (see details below). To request a WebEx line for this seminar, emaillyn.thompson@ontario.ca. Feel free to share this invitation with other resource professionals who might find this topic of interest.

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2016 Joint Meeting of the Centrarchid, Esocid, and Walleye Technical Committes

2016 Joint Meeting of the Centrarchid, Esocid, and Walleye Technical Committes – North Central Division of the American Fisheries Society Dates: July 25-28, 2016 Location: Ak-Sar-Ben Aquarium, Gretna, Nebraska The Tuesday afternoon workshop of the joint summer meeting will feature presentations by members of the Upper Colorado River Endangered Fish Recovery Program. Some of the presentations and speakers will be: (1.) The Upper Colorado Endangered Fish Recovery Program’s Nonnative Fish Management: Why Are We Here Today?  Kevin McAbee, Nonnative Fish Coordinator, Upper Colorado Endangered Fish Recovery Program (2.) A Summary of the Current Ecology and Management of Smallmouth Bass in the Upper Colorado River Basin Tildon Jones, Fisheries Supervisor, US Fish and […]

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CALL FOR NOMINATIONS – LEGENDS OF CANADIAN FISHERIES SCIENCE AND MANAGEMENT – Due May 31st, 2016

CALL FOR NOMINATIONS LEGENDS OF CANADIAN FISHERIES SCIENCE AND MANAGEMENT Due May 31st, 2016 Canada has a long and illustrious history in fisheries science and management. Indeed, many scientific discoveries, assessment tools, and even contemporary management strategies can be attributed to Canadian fisheries professionals. The Canadian Aquatic Resources Section of the American Fisheries Society has launched a program called “Legends of Canadian Fisheries Science and Management”. The goal of the program is to recognize the accomplishments of fisheries professionals in Canada. Beyond the recognition to the individual, highlighting their accomplishments will ensure that the next generation of fisheries professionals remain connected to the past. “Legends” will typically have completed (i.e., […]

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