CALL FOR PAPERS
9-11 January 2009 - Westin
Ottawa Hotel, Ottawa, Ontario (
(16:00-21:00) and reception (19:00) are planned for Friday 9 January and the
Banquet is scheduled for Saturday 10 January (19:00) ←Yet to be confirmed
The major session
themes of the 2009 Conference are:
Advances in modelling and statistical analysis of
aquatic ecosystems (lakes, rivers, estuaries, oceans)
Effects of multiple stressors and their interactions on aquatic ecosystems
Growth at the individual and population scales: measurement, modelling, and implications for production and population
Impacts of climate change on the biodiversity of Canadian lakes, rivers, and
Measurement and analysis of connectivity in aquatic ecosystems
Size-selective exploitation of freshwater and marine fish populations
Special session: W.B. (Bev) Scott and Ichthyology a Celebration!
Other contributions will be assigned to the
general session for contributed papers in fisheries and aquatic sciences
for the plenary will include the invited Annual CCFFR
J.C. Stevenson Memorial Lecture and SCL Frank Rigler Memorial Award Lecture
for more details
Authors can make submissions for oral or poster
The DEADLINE for
abstracts is Monday 3 November 2008. Abstracts must be submitted by email
Graduate students should apply to the Clemens-Rigler
Applications are to be submitted to Rob Mackereth email@example.com by Monday 3
GUIDELINE for abstracts:
Abstracts in electronic form must be submitted
by email to the Programme Chair, firstname.lastname@example.org
by 3 November 2008 (at the latest).
email an MS Word (.doc)
version of your abstract.
Abstracts should not exceed 250 words and must
be single spaced. Use 12 pt Times Roman font. Do not
use bold fonts. Titles should be in UPPER CASE.
Ensure you include an email address for the
author who intends to make the presentation, and place an asterisk (*) after
Indicate whether the presentation will be oral
(O) or poster (P) and (CCFFR) or (SCL)
after the title. If you are willing to present in either format, use (O or P).
Please indicate on a separate line after the end
of your abstract to which theme (1-7) your presentation is most closely related
and whether you are a graduate student (GS; not noted on programme).
If your presentation does not fit any of the
session themes, please type "contributed paper".
Use the following as a FORMATTING GUIDE:
PHENOTYPIC EXPRESSION OF
LIFE HISTORY TRAITS IN TATTOINE RESIDENTS (O or P) (CCFFR)
D. and L. Skywalker. Department of Bioengineering, Jedi University, Mos Eisely (email:
differences in phenotypic expression was higher in Tattoine
residents. . .
Theme 4 (GS)
VISIT Presentations &
Posters for more detail
(B) Power Point Presentations
(PowerPoint 2002 or later):
Presentations will be
uploaded to a computer prior to the start of individual sessions.Therefore, participants must provide the audio-visual
assistant with a copy of their presentation on a Flash-drive or CD at least 3
hours prior to the start of their session to ensure presentations are uploaded
a back up storage medium just in case).
Projectors will be provided
by chair members.
PLEASE DO NOT SEND CONCERNS OR REQUESTS TO THE CCFFR