The American Fisheries Society (AFS) and the International Society for River Science (ISRS) are sponsoring the symposium Managing Working Rivers Through a Resilience Lens: Advances in River Restoration
The session will have three Keynote talks:
- Dr. Sarah Yarnell, Increasing Ecological Resilience to Better Manage Aquatic Biota in Working Rivers
- Dr. Christian Wolter, Informing Efficient River Rehabilitation on Resilience Mediated Biotic Responses to Hydromorphic Changes
- Dr. Robb Jacobson, Resilience Concepts in Naturalization of Physical Habitats in a Large, Engineered River
There will also be several contributed talks. Although the talks are pre-recorded, we will have a one-hour live session for a group discussion on September 23, 2020 at 5:45 to 6:45 PM Eastern US Time.
You will be able to access the live session from the link to our symposium.
This symposium is organised int he context of the American Fisheries Society Virtual Annual meeting between 14th and 25th September 2020.
You must register for the American Fisheries Society meeting to view the talks. Registration is US $195 for members and US $320 for non-members and includes all sessions for the entire meeting: https://afsannualmeeting.fisheries.org/registration/
Please see the meeting website for updates and more details about the symposium as other activities. There are many other live and pre-recorded sessions relevant to river conservation and management.