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FISH 500 Seminar Series

Fridays at 11am during the 2014 Winter Session

Aquatic Ecosystems Research Laboratory (AERL)

Room 120

Faculty in charge of course: Drs. Daniel Pauly, Rashid Sumaila, and William Cheung
Seminar organizer: Anna Schuhbauer


The Fisheries Seminar Series strives to invite speakers from a wide range of disciplines related to fisheries and/or oceans. Past speakers have included quantitative modelers, public communicators, economists, anthropologists, and ecologists. Although the audience is primarily composed of faculty, staff and students from the Fisheries Centre, other departments are also well represented. It's a wonderful platform for circulating ideas, gaining new perspectives, and provoking engaging discussions.

Fisheries Centre Seminar Schedule 

Winter Session 2014

Fridays at 11am in AERL 120





September 12th 2014

Dr. Scott G Hinch --  Director Natural Resources Conservation Program, Faculty of Forestry, UBC

Changing climate and changing behaviour: using physiological telemetry and experimental biology to examine a conservation crisis in migrating adult Pacific salmon

Special Seminar Thursday September 18th at 1 pm in AERL 107

Dr. Eric Galbraith --  McGill University Department of Earth & Planetary Sciences

Teaching an Earth System Model to Fish: connecting ecosystem to economics in a complex environment

September 19th 2014

Dr. Miguel Ángel Cisneros Mata -- CRIP-Guaymas, INAPESCA-SAGARPA

Fisheries in the Gulf of California. Relevant issues

September 26th 2014

Dr. Yoshitaka Ota

Nereus, Fisheries Centre, UBC

Fishing and Ethnicity

October 3rd 2014

Dr. Steve Martell

International Pacific Halibut Comission

Assessment and management of Pacific halibut

October 10th 2014

Ed Camp

University of Florida

An integrated evaluation of stock enhancement of recreational fisheries, applied to red drum in Florida, USA

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