2015 Annual Meeting

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49th Annual Meeting of the
California-Nevada Chapter
April 8th-10th – 2015

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SCHEDULE AT A GLANCE

The schedule of session is now available as a PDF. Click HERE

FULL CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

Download the full conference program HERE

WE NEED VOLUNTEERS FOR STUDENT ORAL AND POSTER JUDGING.  Please contact Tom Keegan

MEETING REGISTRATION

Registration is open.  To register, navigate to our Eventbrite event page or click HERE

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2015-california-nevada-chapter-of-the-american-fisheries-society-annual-meeting-tickets-14997763715

Registration Prices:
Members $300
Students $80
Young Professionals $150
Retired member $200
Non-Member $350
Single Day Rate $175

Registration will be capped at 350 attendees, so register today.  Space is limited.  The banquet is nearly full so don’t delay.

LOCATION:  Santa Cruz, CA.

This year’s meeting will be held at the Hotel Paradox in Santa Cruz, CA  Please visit the Hotel Paradox website for booking information, or call 831-425-7100 to make reservations.

SESSIONS AND CHAIRS

  • Going with the Flow: Maintaining Linkages in Regulated Rivers Systems – Scott Wilcox
  • Human-Assisted Methods for Population Supplementation-Carlos GarzaRhonda Reed
  • Native Fishes: Ecology and Conservation – Wayne Lifton
  • Monitoring Matters: Making Informed Management Decisions – Heather McIntire
  • Estuaries and Lagoons: Ocean-Watershed Linkages in a Changing Climate-Christina Toms
  • Defining Fish Habitat- Joe Merz and Sean Gallagher
  • Linkage between the Sacramento River and Northern Tributaries -Fish Response to Management.-Tricia Parker-Hamelberg
  • Causes and Consequences of Life History Evolution:  Where Ecology and Evolution Collide-Joe Merz and Eric Palkovacs
  • Challenges and Applications for Salmonid and Watershed Recovery in Highly Altered Streams Cynthia Le-Doux-Bloom
  • Great White Sharks: Recent Advances in Understanding Behavior and Habitat Use.  Cynthia Le-Doux-Bloom.
  • Monitoring and mitigating impacts from California’s continuing drought conditions-Michelle Workman
  • Contributed Papers – JD Wikert.
  • Ecology and Conservation of Winter-Run Chinook Salmon-Steve Zeug
  • Sandy Watersheds, Salmonids, and Salamanders- Denis Ruttenberg/ Barry Hecht
  • Student Symposium – Denise DeCarion
  • Restoration or Reconciliation?:  Tidal Wetlands, Fishes, and Estuaries in California-Jim Hobbs

CONTINUING EDUCATION

FIELD TRIPS

 

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