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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: Dyhia Belhabib

 

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 2013

Fridays at 11am in AERL 120

 

Date

Speaker

Topic

January          24

Vivitskia Tulloch

University of Queensland

Minimising the impacts of run-off from agriculture to coral reef fisheries in PNG

January          31

TBA

 

TBA

February        07

Dr. Josh Korman 

The University of British Columbia

Spatial and Seasonal Trends in Recruitment, Abundance, Survival, Growth, and Movement of Rainbow Trout in Grand Canyon Based on a Large-Scale Mark-Recapture Study

February        14

Dr. Isabelle Cote

The Marine Ecology Lab, SFU

TBA

 

February        21

No Seminar

 

 

February        28

 

 

March            07

 

TBA

Student Seminar Talk

 

TBA

Student Seminar Talk

 

TBA

 

 

TBA

 

March            14

 

 

TBA

Student Seminar Talk

 

TBA 

 

March            21

 

Dr. Steve Munch

NOAA

 

TBA 

 

March            28

 

Danika Kleiber

Project Sea Horse, UBC

 

TBA

 

April             04                               

Dr. William Cheung

UBC

TBA

 

 

 


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