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“FISH AND BEYOND IN OUR LAKES” CALL FOR ABSTRACTS This year’s theme, ” Fish and Beyond in Our Lakes,” was chosen to highlight effects of climate change, lake pollution, and lake management strategies on fisheries in Pacific Northwest lakes. Abstracts may be submitted for either presentations and/or posters. Potential session topics include, but are not limited to the following: Fisheries ecology & management Salmon habitat in big lakes Contaminants of emerging concern Adaptive management Climate change Nutrient management Harmful algal blooms (HABs) Invasive aquatic species Volunteer monitoring/citizen science Student ...
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Join us on October 11th - 13th, 2023, for the annual CALMS conference. The conference will be held at Lake Arrowhead in Southern California, 22 miles from the city of San Bernardino.
Registration is now open for the BCLSS Annual Conference! Join us on September 23 & 24 at the Power To Be site on Prospect Lake, Victoria, BC. Registration includes attendance for the plenary speakers, technical session talks, poster session, discussion groups, a field sampling demonstration and a field trip to two local lakes (bus transportation included). It also includes coffee, tea, drinks, and healthy snack food for morning and afternoon breaks, two lunches and a dinner on Saturday night. Capacity is limited at this years conference, so register early to save your spot! Registration closes August 15, 2023.
Join us as we explore the Tom Ridge Environmental Center. Meet us at the Tom Ridge Environmental Center to learn how the Regional Science Consortium tests local freshwater to make sure the public stays safe. We will also see a tour of the testing laboratory. Date: Thursday, July 13 Time: 4:00 – 5:00 p.m. Age: Adults Location: Tom Ridge Environmental Center, 301 Peninsula Drive Program Fee: FREE; registration required
A full day event including speakers, presentations, live demos, and panel discussion with scientists, municipal leaders, politicians, and leading experts in the field dedicated to the reduction of winter road salt use. Find out more: https://lakegeorgeassociation.org/news-events/events/adirondack-champlain-regional-salt-summit
There’s no better place to be than at one of New Hampshire’s 1,000 lakes during summer! Our lakes provide for a myriad of recreational activities and science has shown that spending time along, on, and in the lake is good for our health in so many ways. Tune in to this session and hear about how being at the lake is good for you and find out some simple things you can do to help keep the lake(s) you enjoy healthy too! Presented by Krystal Costa Balanoff, Conservation Program Manager, NH LAKES and Erin Mastine, Outreach Program Coordinator, NH LAKES. This session is part of the "Explore Lakes with NH LAKES" webinar series. If you get chance, ...