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NASPS 2022 COVID Guidelines

NASPS 2022 COVID Guidelines

NASPS Commitment to Safety during the 2022 Annual Meeting   In order to protect our participants, the NASPS has adopted COVID guidelines similar to other recent fisheries* meetings.  We recommend that face masks are worn at all indoor meeting events.  We also strongly recommend that
Count Down to 2022 Annual Meeting

Count Down to 2022 Annual Meeting

2022 Annual Meeting of North American Sturgeon and Paddlefish Society Folsom, California-Lake Natoma Inn October 23-26, 2022 ABSTRACT SUBMISSION CLOSES AUGUST 12th!!   After two years of virtual meetings, the North American Sturgeon and Paddlefish Society (NASPS) invites you to attend our 2022 annual meeting
IUCN Assessment 2022

IUCN Assessment 2022

The new assessment of the sturgeons and paddlefishes of the IUCN-SSG     The latest global assessment conducted by the IUCN (International Union for the Conservation of Nature, Sturgeon Specialist Group), dating back to 2010, classified all 27 species that compose the order of Acipenseriformes
NASPS Student Awards 2022

NASPS Student Awards 2022

The NASPS will be awarding one award in 2022.  Students may submit a proposal for either the NASPS Student Mentor Collaboration Award or the NASPS In Memoriam Student Research Award.  The strongest proposal will be selected.   The Student Mentor Collaboration Award has a value
NASPS Order of Acipenser 2022

NASPS Order of Acipenser 2022

NASPS is seeking nominations for the 2022 Order of Acipenser Award! The Order of Acipenser is presented by NASPS to an individual or individuals for their outstanding contributions to the conservation, recovery, and/or management of sturgeon or paddlefish in North America. Eligibility is not restricted
Aquaculture Europe 2022

Aquaculture Europe 2022

Aquaculture Europe 2022 – “Innovative Solutions in a Changing World” is planned held in Rimini, Italy, this year, September 27-30. The meeting will be focused on important sustainability challenges imposed by climate change, depletion of natural resources, loss of biodiversity, and  environmental pollution. More information about the