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JAM 2020: THANK YOU | AWARDS

After months of planning and hard work, JAM 2020 has come and gone in a flash! The conference was a huge success, and while a lot of important work was completed and research presented, it was also an unbelievably fun time (It’s Wednesday and I’m almost fully recovered.) A HUGE thank you needs to go out to everyone who had a role in planning this massive event, but four individuals went above-and-beyond and deserve a...

Spawning Run Details!

Have you been training for the spawning run? Yea… me neither, but that’s okay! (I still have 11 days to train… right?…. RIGHT?!) Whether you have been training like an Olympic athlete or sitting on the couch thinking about the 4th piece of pie you ate at the holiday dinner party, join us on Saturday February 1st for the Spawning Run! Tired of free t-shirts?! GREAT… this year participants will receive an accessory every fish...

Deadline for Abstracts… EXTENDED

FINAL call for papers – deadline is January 10th (click here).  Share you research, administration, or other work with the rest of the meeting attendees at this year’s JAM. Fisheries students, please indicate if you’d like to be considered for the best student oral presentation and best student poster award. Wildlife students, the application deadline is now closed. Please email your abstracts to the appropriate Program Chair below by January 10th, 2020. Subject Line: “JAM Abstract Submission” Oral...

JAM 2020: NEW INFO POSTED

Check out the updated Top Bar of this website to find out all the new and updated info concerning JAM 2020! The 53rd Annual Conference will be held in Prescott, Arizona at the Prescott Resort and Convention Center from January 30 – February 2nd. HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE! Some recently added updates include…. 1) The first call for papers is now up! The deadline is December 15th so get those in ASAP. (Instructions can...

Dr. Scott Bonar: AFS President!

Let’s congratulate Arizona/New Mexico AFS’s own Dr. Scott Bonar as the new American Fisheries Society President! If you have spent any amount of time with fish in the desert Southwest, then you have likely run in to or been impacted by the work of Scott Bonar! Scott has been a professor at the University of Arizona and the Unit Leader of the USGS Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit for 20 years; mentoring dozens of...

Reno 2019: Continuing Education Offerings

Continuing Education Course List (As of 4/18/19. Course schedule is subject to change, based on presenter availability; additional courses may be added, based on the completion of proposal review by the AFS Continuing Education Committee.) See also: AFS Tours Saturday, September 28, 2019 8:00 am – 5:00 pm Beginning GIS for Fisheries Scientists (*GIS courses may be taken separately or together as a two-day series) This course will provide an overview of beginning GIS skills for...

JAM 2019 Spawning Run

This years spawning run will start and finish in the Alameda Open Space parking lot – only a 10 minute drive from the Albuquerque Marriott Pyramid North. What a great way to see the Rio Grande!   We hope to see you there! spawning run SAVE THE DATE

JAM 2019 Early Registration Ends Dec. 15!

JAM 2019 Early Registration Ends Dec. 15!

There is still time to register for the 2019 Joint Annual Meeting, but don’t wait too long. Early Registration for JAM 2019 will end this Saturday, December 15th! The cost will increase from $150 to $180. We look forward to seeing you in Albuquerque! To register go to : JAM 2019 (AZ/NM Joint Annual Meeting)