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
PhD Position in Sturgeon Movement Ecology The Freshwater Fish Ecology Laboratory at UNBC (www.ffishlab.ca) is looking for a PhD student to conduct a project on the movement ecology of white sturgeon (Acipenser transmontanus) in the lower Columbia River. The successful candidate will work with an
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
The NASPS 2021 virtual meeting program is now available. NASPS 2021 Virtual Meeting Program The registration for the NASPS 2021 Virtual Annual Meeting is live. Please go to the NASPS conference page and follow the two steps to register.
NASPS is planning to feature a virtual poster session at this year’s annual meeting! If you are interested in submitting an abstract for a poster, please see the link below and check the box indicating it is a poster submission. Poster abstract submission will be
NASPS invites you to a webinar focused on early life stage recruitment bottlenecks in sturgeons. We are excited to have 3 presenters who will describe aspects of their research into early life stages and recruitment. Registration is free, and we encourage you to register in
Abstract Submission for 2021 NASPS Annual Meeting is Open Following feedback from members, the NASPS Governing Board has made the decision to host another virtual meeting for 2021. Given uncertainties associated with travel budgets and approvals for many of our members, combined with the
Micah Kieffer, a fishery biologist with the US Geological Survey, is the region’s expert on sturgeon migrations and populations. He will talk about his field research on sturgeon, and will discuss their gradual return to the Merrimack — a river where centuries ago they lived
White Sturgeon in the Upper Columbia River in B.C. Canada have endured a long battle with local extinction. For more information please click the link https://www.revelstokereview.com/news/b-c-s-upper-columbia-sturgeon-endure-long-battle-with-local-extinction/
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