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Australian Society for Fish Biology Conference 2017

‘Turning Points in Fish and Fisheries’

ASFB Conference 2017 3

 
The conference will offer three days of high quality presentations, discussions and networking opportunities for students and scientists at different stages of their careers. With the overarching theme of ‘Turning Points in Fish and Fisheries’, we hope to get everyone thinking about all those influential moments or developments, small and big, that have changed the way we go about our research. The first day of the conference will showcase the many talented student members of ASFB through the popular Rapid Talks and will also include a ‘Nurturing Fish Scientists’ session where we encourage delegates to share experiences and perspectives that have helped shape their different career pathways. Make sure you check out the other special sessions (under the Program tab), which cover a wide range of hot topics including changes to marine habitats, drivers of migration, and new developments in the field of fisheries social science.

When: 22nd - 24th July 2017
Where: Albany Entertainment Centre

Website: www.asfbconference.org
 


Wetlands in Drylands Research Network Conference 2017


'Dynamic Landscapes'

 
WIDS2017 is the second meeting of the Wetlands in Drylands (WIDS) Research Network, and will take place at Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia, from 24-26 July 2017 with the theme of 'Dynamic Landscapes'.  The WIDS Research Network is a collaborative international initiative to promote the science and management of these important landscapes and ecosystems. Participation by international scientists, practitioners, managers, and early career and postgraduate researchers is encouraged and valued. Registration is now open. WIDS2017 will include keynote lectures and breakout discussion groups, as well as the opportunity to present a poster linked to one of the themed sessions.

When: 24th - 26th July 2017
Where: Macquarie University, Sydney

WIDS2017 website: www.cvent.com/d/n5qn2l
WIDS Research Network website: www.wetlandsindrylands.net

 


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