William Jack Hernandez Sport Fish Hatchery | AFS Annual Meeting
EVENT

AFS Virtual Annual Meeting

September 14 - 25, 2020

Virtual Conference
United States

We are proud to be a sponsor of the 2020 Virtual Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society.  Join our technical experts as they share case studies and insights on the latest research and techniques in the fisheries industry.  

Congratulations to our own Dave Ward for receiving the AFS Meritorious Service Award for his loyalty, dedication and service to the AFS, and for exceptional commitment to the organization’s programs, objectives and long-term goals.  The award will be presented on September 21st.

Tune in and see us at our virtual exhibit booth, we look forward to chatting with you!  

Connect With Our 2020 AFS Virtual Meeting Presenters

Contributed Session on Fish Culture
Title: Climate Resilience for Coldwater Hatcheries in Massachusetts

  • Presenters: Don Pereira and Matt Cochran

Symposium: 9364 | Dams as Ecological Management Points 
Title: Aquatic invasive species barrier network along the NYS canal system 

  • Presenter: Don Pereira

Don Pereira

Symposium: 9380 | Getting it Right: A Guide to Successful Supplementation for Recreation, Restoration, and Recovery 
Title: Freshwater Mussel Master Supplementation Plan: Challenges of Restoring a Cryptic and Complex Aquatic Organism

  • Presenter: Brian McIlraith

Brian McIlraith

Symposium: 9388 | Conserving Habitat for Fisheries—Contemporary and Novel Approaches 
Title: Alabama Swift Tract Living Shoreline 

  • Presenter: Erin Rooney 

Erin Rooney

Symposia:  9527 | Contributions of Research on Early Life Stages of Fish to Informing Fisheries Management 
Title: Use of Entrainment Monitoring Data to Describe Freshwater Ichthyoplankton Communities 

  • Presenters: Tom Thompson and Misty Huddleston

Misty Huddleston

Symposia: 9449 | Forage Fish and Climate Adaptation: Updates on Science and Management 
Title: A Canary in the Coal Mine: Enhancing Climate Resilience for the Cisco (Coregonus artedi), an Ecologically Valuable Forage Fish for Minnesota’s Fisheries   

  • Presenter:  Don Pereira