For more information about the 2018 Bevan Series speakers and their talk, click the name below or simply scroll down. All talks will take place in the Fisheries Auditorium at 4:30 p.m.

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 Emmanuel Frimpong POSTPONED: The global extent and conservation implications of freshwater fish–fish symbioses


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