Past Symposia

2019 - University of Hull

15th to 19th  July 

Convenors: Bernd Hänfling, Lori Lawson

Advances in eDNA-based Approaches to Fish Ecology and Management

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2018 - University of East Anglia

9th to 13th July

Convenors: John Pinnegar, Martin Taylor
The Sustainable Use and Exploitation of Fishes
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2017 - University of Exeter

3rd to 7th July

Convenors: Steve Simpson, Iain Barber
Understanding Fish Populations - 50th Anniversary event
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2016 - Bangor University

18th to 22nd July

Convenor: Gary Carvalho
Fish, Genes & Genomes; Contributions to Ecology, Evolution & Management
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2015 - Plymouth

3rd to 7th July

Convenor: David Sims
Biology, Ecology and Conservation of Elasmobranchs
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2014 - Hull

7th July to 11th July

Convenors: Professor Ian Cowx and Professor Dr Robert Arlinghaus
Integrated Perspectives on Fish Stock Enhancement
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2013 - Glasgow

8th to 11th July

Convenors: David Bailey, Jeffrey Drazen
Deep Sea Fish Biology & Francis Neat
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2012 - Norwich

9th to 13 July

Convenor: Ian Meyer
Physiology of Fish Behaviour
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2011 - Bournemouth

18th to 22nd July

Convenor: Rodolphe Gozlan
Fish diversity and conservation: Current State of Knowledge

2010 - Belfast

26th to 30th July

Convenor: Chris Harrod
Climate Change and Fish
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2009 - Leicester

13th to 17th July

Convenor: Paul Hart
6th International Conference on Stickleback Behaviour and Evolution
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2008 - Cardiff

21st to 25th July

Convenors: Iain Barber & Joanne Cable
Parasites as Agents of Selection in Fish; from genes to ecosystems
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2007 - Exeter

23rd July to 27th July

Convenors: Anne Brown & Sandy Scott
Non-native fishes; integrated biology of establishment success and dispersal
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2006 - Aberdeen

10th July to 14th July

Convenor: Peter Wright
Fish Population structure; implications for conservation
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2005 - Bangor

18th to 22nd July

Convenors: Michel Kaiser & John Armstrong
Fish Habitat Ecology & Conservation
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2004 - Imperial College

19th July to 23rd July

Convenor: Kai Lorenzen
Comparative Biology and Interactions of Wild and Farmed Fish
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2003 - University of East Anglia

30th June to 4th July

Convenor: Isabelle Côté
Fish as Models of Behaviour
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2002 - Hull

8th July to 12th July

Convenors: Mike Elliott and Ian Cowx
Estuarine and Coastal Lagoon Fish and Fisheries