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fish conference


Jay Nelson <[log in to unmask]>


Scientific forum on fish and fisheries <[log in to unmask]>


Tue, 13 Jan 1998 16:45:34 -0500





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The Second International Congress on the Biology of Fishes

The Second International Congress on the Biology of Fishes will be held
July 26-30, 1998 at Towson University of Maryland, Baltimore USA. This
meeting is organized by the Physiology Section of the American Fisheries
Society and is open to all researchers, teachers, managers and students
are interested in fish biology. Symposia to be held at the meeting
Biology of Burbot; Culture of Fish Eggs and Larvae; Feeding Ecology;
in Fish; Smolt Physiology, Ecology and Behavior; Tropical Fish Biology and
Habitat Change ; Swimming Performance; Fish Response to Toxic
Environments; Striped Bass Biology and Culture; Ammonia Excretion and
Toxicity in Fish ; Fish Cardiovascular Responses to Environmental Change
and Indices of Fish Condition.

  There will be a plenary session with lectures by distinguished fish
as well as general oral sessions and poster communications. Although there
are specific symposia themes, communications and posters from all
fields of experimental fish biology are quite welcome:

  The venue of the meeting is the Burkshire Conference Center of Towson
University, in Towson, Maryland a suburb of Baltimore. Registration
packages will accomodate a variety of budgets. Suite accomodations are
available at the Burkshire as well as at the Towson University dormitories
and local hotels. Towson has convenient "light rail" access to the tourist
attractions, restaurants and clubs of downtown Baltimore. Schedule your
flights into Baltimore-Washington International Airport, if at all
possible, but
there are convenient rail/shuttle links from both Washington National and
Dulles International Airports.

Deadline for a very short (< 200 word) preliminary abstract is February
Contributions for the conference proceedings will be due close to the
conference date. For more information, contact Don MacKinlay, Dept.
Fisheries and Oceans, 555 West Hastings St., Vancouver BC, Canada V6B
5G3. Phone: 603 666-3520, FAX: 604 666-6894, email: mackinlayd@dfo-

Dr. Jay A. Nelson
Dept. of Biological Sciences
Towson University
Towson Md. 21252

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