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Southeastern Fishes Council

48th Annual Meeting

Fish Diversity Connections

November 17th-18th, 2022

Athens, GA

We are dedicating this year’s first round of talks to fish diversity connections. We ask speakers to think broadly on the role of southeastern fishes in ecosystems and human culture. We provide the following guiding questions but will consider any talk addressing the broader conference theme.

What is the ecological significance of upstream fish migrations to headwater streams?

How do fishes influence the survival and reproduction of other taxonomic groups, such as freshwater mussels?   

How are southeastern fishes connected to human culture through art, media, subsistence, and recreation?

What conservation actions are needed to restore fish diversity connections?

The meeting will also include oral and poster presentations addressing the ecology, conservation, and taxonomy of southeastern fishes.  Please share this meeting announcement widely and consider including colleagues and students that might add more diversity to SFC. 

If you have any questions contact Brett Albanese (Brett.Albanese@dnr.ga.gov) or Duncan Elkins (delkins@uga.edu).


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