Call for papers – 2016 Annual Meeting of the Utah Chapter of the American Fisheries Society
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We will meet at the scenic Falcon’s Ledge and Hidden Springs Ranch near Altamont, Utah on March 15-17. Our theme this year is “Fish need water (FISH20)” encompassing the problems for fish populations and fisheries management created by recent droughts and the threat of long-term climate change. We have two acclaimed plenary speakers who will address issues of climate change and potential mitigation for fish populations – Dr. Sarah Null (USU) and Dr. Clint Muhlfeld (USGS).
We encourage all members of UAFS and other interested individuals to sign up for a research presentation or poster, or to give a status report on fish and fisheries related issues around the state. To submit an abstract for a research presentation or poster, please send the following information via email to [email protected]
1. Name(s) and affiliation(s) of author(s) with an indication of who will present
3. Abstract (about 200 words)
4. Poster or oral presentation?
5. Professional or student
In addition, this year we are holding a special session to cover updates and status reports from fisheries professionals around the state. To accommodate many individuals we will use a “lightning talk” format (5 min. presentation + 2 min. questions) for this session. We hope to have representation from all DWR regions, other government agencies (BLM, FWS, USFS, etc.), and other organizations (TU and others). To schedule a presentation in this lightning session, please send the following information via email [email protected]
2. Title indicating the agency and region or area represented in the update.Please send information by February 29th to give me time to arrange the program. I look forward to an exciting meeting in a beautiful setting. Look for more information about registration, lodging, etc., on the website www.utahafs.org. See you there.Mark C. Belk, President UAFS
Highlights from the American Fisheries Society 2015