Graduate students, Cory Becher and David Dippold, attended two continuing education workshops at the 147th Annual AFS Meeting in Tampa, Florida. We attended the “Bayesian I and II: Intro to Bayesian Inference Using Gibbs Sampling (BUGS) for Fish Biologists” continuing education workshops.
Cory Becher, Becca Dillon, and David Dippold each gave a talk at the 2017 Annual AFS Meeting in Tampa, Florida this past week. Talk titles are as follows:
Becca Dillon - "Quantifying Potential Bias of Planktonic Invertebrates in Acoustic Surveys of Prey-Fish Density"
Cory Becher - "Delineating Hatchery-Reared Vs. Wild-Produced Channel Catfish in Reservoirs: An Otolith Microchemical Approach"
David Dippold - "Forecasting the Effects of Climate and Land-use Change on Fish Recruitment in Lake Erie"