CONFERENCES, SYMPOSIA, AND WORKSHOPS

UPCOMING EVENTS

SPATIAL STOCK ASSESSMENT METHODS - ASSIMILATION OF INTERNATIONAL APPROACHES AND ADVANCEMENTS 

October 2020

Adelaide, Australia

EARLY NOTIFICATION AND CALL FOR INTEREST.

This is a three-day spatial stock assessment methods workshop to evaluate methods for incorporating spatial complexity into stock assessments.

Organizers are currently looking for analysts to implement spatial population dynamic models using the modeling framework of their choice, examine the assumptions in their approach, and provide feedback on performance and potential improvements at the workshop. 

Contact Aaron Berger or Dan Geothel for more information. 

*Not an AIFRB sponsored event, but a good opportunity!

 

11th INTERNATIONAL FLATFISH SYMPOSIUM - INTERDISCIPLINARY FISHERIES SCIENCE AND SOLUTIONS

November 15-20, 2020

New Castle, NH

The 11th International Flatfish Symposium will be focused on interdisciplinary research to solve persistent challenges of flatfish ecology, conservation and sustainable utilization, including climate change, essential habitat, bycatch and population structure. 

If you are interested in getting involved, please contact AIFRB members Elizabeth Fairchild or Steve Cadrin. 

 

PAST EVENTS

AIFRB/AFS/TWS JOINT SYMPOSIUM

September 2019

Reno, NV

This joint symposium partnered with AFS (American Fisheries Society) and TWS (The Wildlife Society) to convene a session titled "Marking, tagging, and tracking of fish and wildlife" comprised of presentations spanning from non-aquatic wildlife to both freshwater and marine fisheries.



ICES ANNUAL SCIENCE CONFERENCE 

September 2019

Gothenburg, Sweden

AIFRB hosted a symposium at the 2019 annual ICES conference that focused on the advances in data-limited assessment methodologies for marine and diadromous stocks.  If you would like to read more about this symposium Click here for flyer or contact AIFRB Member, Kristen Omori, for information


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