You can bring the issue of bycatch to center stage (literally) at the next
AAAS Annual Meeting by watching my entry into the AAAS Science Dance Contest
The research from the winner videos will be created into a full-length dance
by a professional choreographer and premiered at the next AAAS meeting.
There is even talk of a world tour.
The winner of the most popular category is determined by the number of hits
to the video. The current leading video has nearly 12,000 hits and there are
only 4 days left in the competition. Let's test just how strong the bycatch
"network" is. Please send this to your friends, listservs, post to your
facebook and myspace pages. Feel free to alter the subject line and e-mail
body as appropriate to encourage people to view the video.
You can vote as many times as you like, so if you would like to be reminded
throughout the day to go vote for the video, please e-mail me or become a
follower on my twitter account: Kiki_Jenkins.
You can learn more about the AAAS Science Dance Contest at this site