2013 Maine Water Conference:
March 19, 2013, Augusta Civic Center, Augusta, Maine
Link to registration page (http://umaine.edu/mitchellcenter/maine-water-institute/maine-water-conference-2/2013-2/mwc13-registration/)
Fisheries: Habitat and Passage (Morning Session)
This session will report on new research and management strategies related to culverts and dams, passage improvement, and fisheries and foodweb studies in systems ranging from impassible to unimpaired to restored.
Restoration Potential and Barriers in Maine Rivers: Knowledge to Action (Afternoon Session)
In this session we present research to date that uses help us to better understand the social, economic, ecological, and institutional drivers of resilience of river systems.
Changing Oceans and the Future of the Gulf of Maine: Solutions, Successes, and Sustainability
Friday, March 8, 2013, 1:00 – 5:00 p.m.,
Ostrove Auditorium, Diamond Building, Colby College
The conference is free, but registration is requested. to register, please email: email@example.com
For more information please visit: www.colby.edu/gulfofmaine
Atlantic Salmon Federation Workshop: ‘What works? A Workshop on Wild Atlantic Salmon Recovery Programs’
September 18-19, 2013
The Wilfred M. Carter Atlantic Salmon Interpretive Centre
St. Andrews, New Brunswick, Canada
The Atlantic Salmon Federation is hosting a workshop to bring together stakeholder groups, scientists, and managers to collate data on Atlantic salmon recovery programs in Eastern North America. First Call for Poster Abstracts Oral and Poster Abstract Submissions DUE February 28, 2013
For more information about the abstract guidelines, and an example of an abstract, visit: http://asf.ca/2013recoveryworkshop.html or Jonathan Carr: firstname.lastname@example.org; phone 506-529-1385
The SER2013 World Conference on Ecological Restoration: Reflections on the Past, Directions for the Future
This will bring together more than 1,500 delegates from around the world interested in the science and practice of ecological restoration as it relates to natural resource management, climate change responses, biodiversity conservation, local and indigenous communities, environmental policy and sustainable livelihoods.