Future of Fisheries: Perspectives for Emerging Professionals, Part 3

Wednesday, August 20, 2014: 8:20 AM-3:10 PM
204B (Centre des congrès de Québec // Québec City Convention Centre)
8:20 AM
The Importance of Mentoring and Adaptability Among Fisheries Professionals: Learning Survival Skills from Coyotes
Wayne Hubert, University of Wyoming; Paula Guenther, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service; Diana Miller, Wyoming Game and Fish Department

8:40 AM
The Scientist's Journey: That Was then and This Is Now
William Franzin, Laughing Water Arts and Science, Inc.; Paul Cooley, North South Consultants; Patrick Nelson, North/South Consultants

9:20 AM
Fisheries Decision Making: Advice from the Introduction of Pacific Salmonids into the Great Lakes
Abigail J. Lynch, Michigan State University; Howard Tanner, (Former) Michigan Department of Natural Resources

9:40 AM
Interdisciplinary Problem Solving for Today's Fisheries Challenges
Eric Schwaab, National Aquarium; Kyle Van Houtan, Duke University

10:00 AM
Wednesday Morning Break

10:30 AM
Communicating and Enhancing the Value of Fish to Society
Amy Fingerle, Hólar University College; William W. Taylor, Michigan State University

10:50 AM
11:10 AM
Fish Health Is Integral to Ecosystem Health
Mohamad Faisal, Michigan State University; So-Jung Youn, Michigan State University

11:50 AM
Discovering and Embracing Diversity of Individuals
William W. Taylor, Michigan State University; Nancy Leonard, Northwest Power and Conservation Council; So-Jung Youn, Michigan State University

12:10 PM
Wednesday Lunch

1:30 PM
Achieving Funding Needs for Fishery Resources Management and Angler Access
Mike Leonard, American Sportfishing Association

1:50 PM
Habitat as an Interdisciplinary Profession
Thomas Bigford, American Fisheries Society

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