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DSRRN – Diadromous Species Restoration Research Network

DSRRN – Diadromous Species Restoration Research Network

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  1. DSRRN – Diadromous Species Restoration Research Network On the web at http://umaine.edu/searunfish/ And via list-serve at DSRRN@lists.maine.edu

  2. The goal of DSRRN is to advance the science of diadromous fish restoration and promote state-of-the-art scientific approaches to multiple-species restoration through workshops, conferences, web sharing, and journal publications.Funded by the National Science Foundation Research Coordination Network (RCN) program.

  3. Major events Materials available on the web: http://umaine.edu/searunfish/ 2013 Final Science Meeting -- Diadromous Species Restoration Science 2013: Migration, Habitat, Species Interactions, and Management - January 10-11, 2013 2013 Workshop -- Science and Management of Diadromous Species Restoration - January 9, 2013 2011 & 2012 Workshop -- Variability of North Atlantic Diadromous Fish Populations: Establishing Reference Points for Restoration Assessment Part I and II. May 2011 and June 2012. 2010 Workshop -- Resilience of North Atlantic Diadromous Fish Assemblages: a Restoration Perspective. April 2010. 2009 Science Meeting -- Restoration of Diadromous Fishes and Their Ecosystems: Confluence of Science and Restoration. July 2009.

  4. Upcoming events American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting Quebec City, Aug 17-21st, 2014 (Abstracts due 14 March 2014 for all talks/posters) Two proposed symposium: • Roads and Rivers: Reconciling Access to Land and Integrity of Riverine Ecosystems • River Herring: Towards a Holistic Understanding

  5. What’s next for DSRRN? • Please subscribe to and use the list-serve! • If your work has benefited from DSRRN activities, please acknowledge the grant in your papers and let us know! • Where to next? This may be a question to address at the AFS 2014 meeting. • For more information, contact: • Karen Wilson, karen.wilson@maine.edu • Barbara Arter, bsarter@panax.com • On the web at http://umaine.edu/searunfish/ and via list-serve at DSRRN@lists.maine.edu