- (1) Life history variation and its implications for fisheries management
- (2) Fish community ecology: patterns, explanations and fisheries applications
- (3) Quantitative predictions in fish ecology: meeting society's needs
- (4) Behavioural ecology and its application to fisheries and aquaculture
- There will be special (invited) lectures to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic
Sciences on "Fisheries and Aquatic Science Then and Now", as well as the Annual
Papers addressing the major themes are encouraged, although submission on
other themes related to fisheries and aquatic habitat biology are also
The DEADLINE for abstracts
(see details below)
is 08 September 2000.
abstracts to the Program Committee Chair:
Dr. Michael Fox -->
Environmental & Resource Studies Program
1600 West Bank Drive
Peterborough, Ontario K9J 7B8
For general information contact the CCFFR Secretary Treasurer:
Dr. Howard Powles
- ABSTRACT PREPARATION (Deadline: 08 September 2000)
Please follow these guidelines carefully to facilitate work of the
Programme Committee and to ensure a final programme of high quality.
Dr. Michael Fox --->
- E-mail copy of Abstract:
Follow the guidelines below and send an ASCII (text) version of your
abstract ( do NOT send Word, WordPerfect, or other
word processing formats) by e-mail to:
- Place an asterisk (*) after the name of the person presenting the
- Indicate whether the presentation will be oral (O) or poster (P)
after the title.
- Only standard 5 x 5 cm slide projector and overhead projector will be
provided free of charge.
- Onlty two concurrent paper sessions are planned so the number of oral
presentations will be limited.
- Please indicate, on a separate line after the end of your abstract, if
your presentation COULD be a poster even if your preference is for oral
- Please also indicate on this line to which theme (1-4) your
presentation is most closely related. This line will not appear in the
- USE THE FOLLOWING FORMAT EXAMPLE:
RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN SUNSPOTS AND SEA STARS (O)
Gretzky*, W. and J. Villeneuve. Department of Epidemiology, Eastern
University, Yoho, Saskatchewan
Sea stars shine increasingly brightly as the sunspot cycle
progresses. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Could be poster; theme 3
- Hard copy of Abstract:
CCFFR has moved to an electronic process for developing the programme. Hard
copy abstracts will NOT be accepted. In exceptional
circumstances contact the Programme Chair.
Registration information will be posted sometime in the Autumn of 2000.