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Subject: Electrofishing workshops (boat and backpack)
From: Eldan Goldenberg <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Scientific forum on fish and fisheries <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Tue, 10 Mar 2009 10:28:02 -0700

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NWETC is pleased to announce 2009's schedule of backpack & boat  
electrofishing workshops, taught by Dr. Jim Reynolds, professor  
emeritus at the University of Alaska, Fairbanks.

Both the boat and backpack versions are three-day courses, with most  
of the middle day devoted to getting hands-on experience in the  
field.  These will be the public course dates for this year:

BACKPACK electrofishing, March 23-25 in Santa Cruz, CA

BOAT electrofishing, May 20-22 in San Antonio, TX

BACKPACK electrofishing, September 15-17 in Vancouver, WA

Full details and online registration forms are available through the  
links above.

About the Instructor:
Dr. James B. (Jim) Reynolds is Professor Emeritus of Fisheries at the  
University of Alaska Fairbanks where he served on the faculty during  
1978-1999. Jim is a recognized authority on electrofishing and ecology  
of northern fishes. He has taught electrofishing short courses to over  
1,500 biologists in the U.S. and Canada, is the author of the chapter  
on electrofishing in "Fisheries Techniques" published by the American  
Fisheries Society and has written numerous research articles on the  
subject. Jim is Past President of the Education and Fisheries History  
sections and Missouri and Alaska chapters of the American Fisheries  
Society. He also provided technical guidance for the NOAA Fisheries  
electrofishing guidelines (see link above). Other instructors will  
assist during the field portion of the class.

$695 (*$595 reduced tuition available for Native American tribes;  
government employees; nonprofits; students; and AFS, NAEP, NEBC, NWAEP  
members).  Group discounts are available for any organization sending  
more than one person - email me for details.  You may register via the  
URLs above or by calling the Northwest Environmental Training Center  
at 206-762-1976.


Eldan Goldenberg
Professional Training Program Manager
Northwest Environmental Training Center
A non-profit 501(c)(3) program of EOS Alliance
Improving public health and environmental quality through citizen  
engagement and stewardship
v: 206-762-1976 --- f: 206-762-1979

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