Mark G. J. Hartl writes:
>It was brought to my attention, that a conference on "stress in fish
>and pollution" is to be held in Baltimore sometime this year or next.
>Is anyone aware of such a conference ? I would greatly appreciate some
>hints. I have already consulted the IOC list of up coming conferences,
>unfortunetly in vain.
He may be referring to the following -- I don't know whether this
meeting has already been publicised on this list, but certainly the list
of symposia includes some that fit the bill.
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 who are interested in fish biology. Symposia to be held
at the meeting include Biology of Burbot; Culture of Fish Eggs and
Larvae; Feeding Ecology;Stress 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
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: [log in to unmask]