TOPICS OF INTEREST
This workshop will focus on the integration of biological and physical elements in ecosystem research, current policy, and regulations, acoustic technology developed for users in the field, and basic and applied research topics relevant to both the Acoustical Society of America (ASA) and the American Fisheries Society (AFS) communities. The workshop will begin Wednesday evening with a reception hosted by exhibitors and end Friday afternoon. (Exhibitors should contact Robert McClure on the Organizing Committee)
John Simmonds, co-author of Fisheries Acoustics, Acoustic technologies to support fisheries management, research, and policy
SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEEKelly Benoit-Bird
ORGANIZING COMMITTEEJohn Horne, University of Washington, email@example.com
Abstracts for contributed presentations must be submitted following the ASA abstract submission guidelines described online at http://asa.aip.org/meetings.html. Abstracts should be identified as submissions to the special workshop: Acoustic Challenges in Aquatic Ecosystem Assessment listed under the Technical Area Code "FW." You may also indicate your preference for oral or poster presentation. Preference will be considered but cannot be guaranteed, as most contributed presentations will be scheduled for poster sessions. Acceptance will be based on relatedness to the workshop topic.WORKSHOP REGISTRATION
Registration for this workshop will be through the ASA meeting registration, whether you are attending both the ASA meeting and the workshop, or only the joint ASA/AFS Workshop. The registration fees are $150 for ASA/AFS Members received by 18 April and $200 onsite; $200 for Nonmembers received by 18 April and $250 onsite; $45 for ASA/AFS Student Members received by 18 April and $95 onsite; and $95 for Nonmember Students preregistration and onsite. Register online or download the registration form. Registration includes the scientific program, two morning and afternoon coffee/tea breaks, one lunch, the Wednesday evening opening reception, and a buffet social on Thursday evening. Attendees can pre-register through the ASA website. Space permitting, on-site registration will be accepted at the main ASA Seattle meeting (with an added late fee of $50). Note however that on-site registration will be closed at 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, May 24th.APPLYING FOR STUDENT TRAVEL AWARDS
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