9 Jan Jaime A. Pinkham Tribal self-determination and the rebuilding of the Columbia Basin fishery
16 Jan Abigail Lynch Overcoming little brother syndrome: Alternative approaches to assessing inland fisheries with global change
23 Jan Mostafa A R Hossain The criticality of aquatic biodiversity in the Bengal Delta—Importance, status & way forward
30 Jan Carolina R. C. Doria Fish and fisheries in the Madeira River, Brazilian Amazon: Status and conservation challenges
6 Feb Gordon Holtgrieve Food-energy-water challenges and opportunities in the Mekong River
13 Feb Michael Jones Management of fisheries in large freshwater ecosystems: Lessons for multi-jurisdictional coastal marine fisheries
20 Feb Karen Kidd Pharmaceuticals in the environment: What happens when fish are put on ‘the pill’?
27 Feb Caroline Brown Vulnerabilities and resilience in Yukon River salmon-dependent communities: The role of sharing networks
5 Mar Robert Arlinghaus Improving fish stocking through transdisciplinary, stakeholder-inclusive adaptive management
12 Mar POSTPONED: Emmanuel Frimpong The global extent and conservation implications of freshwater fish–fish symbioses

 

Jaime A. Pinkham

Executive Director, Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission

Tribal self-determination and the rebuilding of the Columbia Basin fishery

Abigail Lynch

Research Fish Biologist, US Geological Survey, National Climate Adaptation Science Center

Overcoming little brother syndrome: Alternative approaches to assessing inland fisheries with global change

Mostafa A R Hossain

Professor, Department of Fisheries Biology & Genetics, Bangladesh Agricultural University

The criticality of aquatic biodiversity in the Bengal Delta—Importance, status & way forward

Carolina R. C. Doria

Associate Professor, Federal University of Rondônia, Brazil

Fish and fisheries in the Madeira River, Brazilian Amazon: Status and conservation challenges

Gordon Holtgrieve

Associate Professor, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences, University of Washington

Food-energy-water challenges and opportunities in the Mekong River

Michael Jones

Peter A Larkin Professor Emeritus and Co-Director, Quantitative Fisheries Center, Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Michigan State University

Management of fisheries in large freshwater ecosystems: Lessons for multi-jurisdictional coastal marine fisheries

Karen Kidd

Professor and Jarislowsky Chair in Environment and Health, Department of Biology and School of Geography and Earth Sciences, McMaster University, Ontario, Canada

Pharmaceuticals in the environment: What happens when fish are put on ‘the pill’?

Caroline Brown

Northern Regional Program Manager, Division of Subsistence, Alaska Department of Fish and Game

Vulnerabilities and resilience in Yukon River salmon-dependent communities: The role of sharing networks

Robert Arlinghaus

Professor for Integrative Fisheries Management, Faculty of Life Sciences, Humbodt-Universität zu Berlin and Department of Biology and Ecology of Fishes, Leibniz Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries

Improving fish stocking through transdisciplinary, stakeholder-inclusive adaptive management

POSTPONED: Emmanuel Frimpong

Professor of Fisheries Sciences, Department of Fish and Wildlife Conservation, College of Natural Resources and Environment, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

The global extent and conservation implications of freshwater fish–fish symbioses

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