Symposium Proposals

Monday, September 9, 2013

1:00 PM-5:00 PM

A Big Tent: Building a Stronger Society and Workforce Through Professional Diversity
Lonnie Gonsalves, Cecilia Lewis, Tom Lang, Marybeth K. Brey and Robin L. DeBruyne

AFS/Sea Grant Best Student Presentation - Part 1
Craig P. Paukert, Daniel Magoulick, Melissa Wuellner and Michael C. Quist

Applying Genetic Principles and Technologies To The Management and Conservation Of Fishery and Aquatic Resources - Part 1
William S. Grant, Carol A. Stepien, Jeff Olsen, Marlis R. Douglas and Andrew Whiteley

Culture, Biology, and Management Of Asian Carps In North America - Part 1
Marybeth K. Brey, John Bowzer, Duane Chapman and Jesse Trushenski

Finding Simplicity In Complexity: Matching Models To Data - Part 1
Daniel Magoulick, Amanda Rosenberger, Nick Bond and Dale McNeil

Hatcheries and Management Of Aquatic Resources (HaMAR) - Part 1
Don Mackinlay, Jesse Trushenski, Vincent Mudrak, Christine Moffitt, John A. Sweka, Scott F. Stuewe, Connie Young-Dubovsky, Kim Scribner, George Nardi and Douglas Bradley

Nutrients, Aquatic Food Webs, and Fisheries Management - Part 1
Thad Scott, Michelle Evans-White and Sally Entrekin

Tuesday, September 10, 2013

8:00 AM-12:00 PM

AFS/Sea Grant Best Student Presentation - Part 2
Craig P. Paukert, Daniel Magoulick and Michael C. Quist

Finding Simplicity In Complexity: Matching Models To Data - Part 2
Daniel Magoulick, Dale McNeil and Amanda Rosenberger

8:00 AM-3:00 PM


Nutrients, Aquatic Food Webs, and Fisheries Management - Part 2
Thad Scott, Michelle Evans-White and Sally Entrekin

Using Social Media To Improve Communication In The Fisheries Profession and Engage The Public
Julie Defilippi, Joanna Whittier, Thomas Litts and Andrew Loftus

9:00 AM-12:00 PM

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

7:55 AM-5:00 PM

Dealing With Bycatch
Noelle Yochum, Lee Benaka and Dave Rudders

Use Of Fishery-Independent Surveys In Stock Assessment
Todd Kellison, William F. Patterson III, Linda Lombardi and Howard M. Townsend

8:00 AM-12:00 PM

Conservation Strategies for Freshwater Mollusks
Jeremy Tiemann, Steve McMurray and Stephen McMurray

8:00 AM-5:00 PM

Black Bass Diversity: Multidisciplinary Science for Conservation
Wes Porak, Mike Allen, James M. Long, Brandon Barthel, Joe Slaughter, Michael D. Tringali, Tim Churchill and Timothy Birdsong

Ecosystem Connections: Watershed Health, Anadromous Species, and Ocean Production
Karin E. Limburg, Eric Palkovacs, PhD, Theodore Castro-Santos, Daniel J. Hasselman and Thomas Bigford

Fishery Resources and Environment Of The Mississippi and Yangtze (Changjiang) River Basins: Common Challenges and Shared Perspectives
Yushun Chen, Jan Jeffrey Hoover, Daqing Chen, Zhongjie Li, Duane Chapman, John R. Jackson and Jack Killgore

Thursday, September 12, 2013

8:00 AM-12:00 PM

Fish Migration Monitoring
Casey Cox and Magnus Asgeirsson

8:00 AM-5:00 PM

Piloting Big Rivers For The Challenges Ahead
Sean M. Lucey, Thomas Keegan and Jeffrey S. Schaeffer

Population Productivity Drivers and Spatial Scale: A Case Study With Red Drum
Susan Lowerre-Barbieri, Lee Fuiman, Michael D. Tringali and Fred Scharf

9:00 AM-12:00 PM

Centrarchid Conservation, Ecology, and Management
Daniel J. Dembkowski and Lewis Bruce

1:00 PM-5:00 PM

Guidance and Advances In The Use and Application Of Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis To Fish Management and Ecology
Joe Margraf, John Jacobs, M. Keith Cox, Reginal Harrell, Kyle J. Hartman, Will Haus and Andrew W. Hafs