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JFB Special Issue on Stable Isotope Analysis (SIA): A call for submissions

Stable isotope analysis (SIA) has emerged as a powerful and widely used tool for understanding the physiology, ecology, evolution, conservation, and management of fishes. Submission Deadline; 1st Feb 2022 Click here to submit an enquiry to the SIA JFB team   Research themes may include but are not limited to; The dynamics of isotopic turnover […]

FSBI and IFM Collaboration Announcement

FSBI and IFM A new collaboration to foster integration of science and policy across the fish and fisheries communities What We Plan to Do (Summary) Joint Membership Option A key objective for both societies is to promote dual involvement to improve the connectivity between our members by offering a dual membership package. Increase Our Social […]

PhD Studentships: Ada F. Eslava

PhD Student Ada Eslava (2020-2023) (Supervisor(s): Anne Magurran (University of St Andrews), Amy Deacon (University of the West Indies, St. Augustine) and Indar Ramnarine (University of the West Indies, St. Augustine)) Biodiversity Change in Fish Communities: Integrating Taxonomic, Phylogenetic and Functional Diversity   Freshwater fish are among the most vulnerable organisms on the planet due […]

The FSBI has Joined a Worldwide Rallying Call for Urgent Action on Human-Caused Climate Change

A worldwide statement from 110 societies calls upon urgent action on climate change  View the Full Satement Here >>   The World Climate Statement Below is a condensed version of the statement from above, drafted by the AFS, that outlines the challenges presented by climate change, the science based evidence for human-caused climate change and […]

How the 2019 symposium led to my PhD place

My name is Joseph Perkins and I am a student FSBI member finishing my masters by research degree at the University of Salford. In the summer of 2018, I was fortunate enough to get accepted to deliver a speed talk at the FSBI symposium in Hull. The symposium was focused on advances in eDNA-based approaches […]

10th Specialist Conference May 2020; Delivering Action for Salmon

Register and submit abstract here May 12th 2020- Abstract submission deadline 3rd Feb 2020 To celebrate 10 years of IFM Specialist Conferences we have joined with the International Year of the Salmon (IYS) to host the flagship IYS conference for the UK. The conference will also be supporting World Fish Migration Day. The conference’s aim […]

IFM Certificate Field Course- Students Only- March 21st 2020

March 21st- 22nd 2020 Midlands venue This is the registration page for students who wish to reserve a place on the 2020 Certificate Field Course Weekend.  The full cost for the weekend is £135 but a deposit of £65 can be paid now to secure a place, with the remaining £70 to be paid before the […]

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