Accurate fish species identification is of critical importance in fisheries biology. In this introductory course, students will learn key morphological identification characteristics, provincial range, and habitat preferences of Alberta fish species. This workshop offers a range of knowledge from junior to senior level fisheries personnel.
Presenter: Shona Derlukewich, B.Sc., QAES
Date: Thursday, February 22, 2018, 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Location: Laboratory Classroom B133, Mount Royal University
Maximum 20 registrants (Register early as seats fill fast)
CCP: This course qualifies ASPB members to earn 3 Professional Development Hours towards their Continuing Competency requirement
Cost: $65 for members, $75 for non-members
For inquiries about this workshop, please contact Joyce Evans.
For inquiries about regarding registration, please contact the ASPB office.
Details and schedule of the workshop will be supplied to registered participants
In this introductory course, students will learn key morphological identification characteristics, provincial range, and habitat preferences of Alberta fish species. The course also provides an opportunity to observe and handle real preserved specimens to learn the key identification features of different species.
Topics could include:
Shona is a graduate of the NAIT- Renewable Resources and University of Alberta - Conservation Biology programs. She has provided field knowledge and educational teaching over the past 12 years. With the help of many consultants, Alberta Environment and Parks, Universities, Trout Unlimited Canada and friends, this fish identification workshop has provided great interest throughout the fisheries community.
“I am very excited to teach this workshop to students and biologists across the province. Together we can provide mentorship, education, and awareness to reignite the passions in fishing enthusiasts”.
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