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Crossing boundaries and navigating intersections
In order to advance our understanding and management of fisheries and aquatic ecosystems we will need to boldly cross boundaries and navigate intersections – we will need to go where we have not gone before. Boundaries are divides that may include technology, methodology, mindsets, disciplines, environments, borders, politics, communications, values and the like. Intersections represent pathways where these often-separate factors converge. This meeting will highlight the myriad and successful ways boundaries have been crossed and intersections navigated in fisheries and aquatic sciences to achieve desired outcomes. A special focus will be given on generating outcomes from the diversity of symposia presented. Outcomes may include publications, proposals, recommendations, agreements, identification or clarification of uncertainties, and other action items. Generating outcomes within our meeting will leverage collective talent and help us to cross boundaries and navigate intersections for the betterment of our fisheries profession and advancement of aquatic culture.
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Option 1: Regular Registration
Option 2: Workshop
Option 3: Student Registration with drop down
Option 4: Spawning Run
PRACTICE FOR 2023
Meetings like this are not possible without the help of sponsors. The Western Division and Washington-British Columbia Chapters of AFS thank you!
News and Meeting Highlights
This meeting has been cancelled due to concerns around the COVID-19 pandemic. Please see this page for more info.
Schedule at a Glance
Interested in knowing how this meeting is structured? The Schedule at a Glance can be found here.
Steven Cooke, Helen Neville, and Daniel Pauly will be our plenary speakers for the 2020 Annual General Meeting. For more information, see: 2020 Plenary Speakers.
AQUATIC FILM & PHOTO FESTIVAL!
The Western Division of the American Fisheries Society, Washington/British Columbia Chapter of AFS, and the National Fish Habitat Partnership will be showcasing aquatically oriented films and photographs as a part of the 2020 Vancouver Aquatic Film and Photography Festival. This is a free event, and it will be open to the public on April 14–15 from 10:20 AM–5:20 PM. For details, visit the Entertainment page.
Please consider donating your time and talents to help us have a successful meeting. We still have plenty of opportunities for you to help! More details can be found here: 2020 AGM Volunteers
Guidelines for Presenters
To make all presentations more inclusive and accessible to people from diverse backgrounds, please review this document.
Sponsorship and Trade Show
Interested in sponsoring this event or participating in the trade show? Head over to our Sponsorship and Trade Show page!