We hope you can join your colleagues at the 2016 Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference in beautiful Vancouver, British Columbia April 13-15, 2016 at the Westin Bayshore, Vancouver B.C. Full conference details can be found here.
Enthusiastic, team oriented, and self-motivated students are encouraged to apply for a Ph.D. and MSc positions to conduct research on habitat offsetting for freshwater fishes in the Oil Sands Region of Alberta, Canada. This project is a multi-disciplinary collaboration between the University of Alberta, and industrial and government sponsors. Main project goals include: i) identifying food-web dynamics of newly created compensation lakes, ii) determining best practices in monitoring and measuring newly created compensation lakes, and iii) developing field based studies to determine causative relationships between age and growth and other life history characteristics in relation to differing lake environments. These research projects are fully funded and will provide key insights […]
World Council members and colleagues – Your assistance is requested in helping to obtain bids for the 2020 World Fisheries Congress. Please add this announcement to your web page and circulate it to those who may be interested in hosting the 2020 event and submit a bid. Attached is the bid request document as discussed during the WCFS meeting in Portland, Oregon, USA. Please note that the deadline for submissions of bid proposals has been extended to December 31, 2015. This will still allow the WCFS Executive Board sufficient time to evaluate the proposals and make a selection prior to the Busan WFC in May 2016. If you have any […]