OCEANS & FISHERIES SEMINAR SERIES
Fridays at 11am, Sept-April, AERL 120
Open to IOF members and partners, and interested members of the public.
Invited speakers present the latest research in a wide range of disciplines related to freshwater systems, the oceans and fisheries. Past speakers have included public communicators, economists, ecosystem modelers, anthropologists and ecologists. These seminars draw a diverse audience, leading to thought-provoking discussions and a sharing of new ideas and perspectives.
Seminar facilitator: Murdoch McAllister
FISH & CHIPS BROWN BAG LUNCH
Tuesdays at noon, Sept-April, AERL 107 <map>
Open to all
Bring your lunch to the roundtable—an informal opportunity for students, faculty and staff to present works-in-progress or emerging ideas pertaining to oceans and fisheries.
Open to IOF members and partners, and interested members of the public
Offered biennially, the Larkin Lecture is a free public lecture by a leading oceans or fisheries researcher. A student-organized panel discussion on the lecture takes place the next day. The Larkin Lectures honour the memory of Dr. Peter Larkin, an eminent fisheries biologist and emeritus professor who was known for his expertise in conservation, resource management and environmental impact assessment. A manuscript of each lecture is submitted for publication in the academic journal Fish and Fisheries.