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Re: stream fish ecology symposium


Michael Wagner <[log in to unmask]>


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Mon, 29 Aug 2005 09:06:44 -0400





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Hi Gary. You're symposium sounds very interesting. I'm wondering if you'd be
interested in my giving an overview of the promise of pheromones to restore
native sea lamprey runs in Europe. We have a lot of exciting data, including
several experiments I ran this summer. And by next summer we will have at
least one of the pheromones synthesized and tested for use as an attractant.
It would have to be a review-type talk, given all of the experimental data
we've accrued. I also think it would be a great opportunity for me to locate
some potential collaborators to work on sea lamprey pheromones in Spain or
Portugal. Let me know.

I'm STILL waiting for a response to the revised Animal Behaviour paper. I'll
let you know when I hear something. Hope all is well in Athens. Erin and I
are thinking about buying a house (yes, don't worry, I'll probably make an
honest woman of her, some day, maybe).

Michael Wagner
Assistant Professor
Michigan State University

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Following the Luarca's Symposium held on 13-17 April 1998, we are
happy to announce the celebration of a Second International Symposium on
the "Ecology of Stream Fish" to be held in Leon (Spain), on 12-16 June 2006
Background - Ecologically-oriented interdisciplinary research has
provided critical insight into the dynamic processes of stream fishes.
Such interdisciplinary research has proved essential to develop models
for the management of these complex ecosystems, and for the preservation
of genomes, populations, and species. Tracking the interdisciplinary
perspective of the Luarca's meeting,this new Symposium not only attempts
to review, evaluate and synthesize the existing knowledge on the Ecology
of Stream Fish, but also to identify gaps of knowledge and to highlight
venues of future research. To meet these goals, the Symposium will be
divided into the following sections:
- Regulatory processes in populations and assemblages
- Life-History tactics and strategies
- Landscape Approaches to Stream Fish Ecology,
- The importance of Genetics and Behavior in Ecology
- Ecological approaches to conservation and management of stream
fishes with relevance to endangered Species
Scientific contributions that identify, review or synthesize major
research issues, or suggest new research venues are preferred.
Participants are invited to present their contributions as oral
presentations or posters.
However, due to organizational limitations, a maximum of 100 oral
presentations will be allowed. All other presentations will be
necessarily presented as posters. In any case, the Scientific Committee
will take a final decision.
Selected, peer-reviewed papers will be published in the journal "Ecology
of Freshwater Fish". For further information on EFF, please visit the
home page of the journal at
Gary D. Grossman

Distinguished Research Professor - Animal Ecology
Warnell School of Forest Resources
University of Georgia
Athens, GA, USA 30602

Board of Editors - Animal Biodiversity and Conservation
Editorial Board - Freshwater Biology
Editorial Board - Ecology Freshwater Fish

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