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Past Annual Meetings

2017 Joint Meeting with the Idaho Chapter of The Wildlife Society

Plenary Theme: Common Grounds: Where Land and Water Meet
Location: Boise Centre, Boise, Idaho
Dates: February 27 - March 3, 2017
Program
Abstracts
Workshops:
Amphibian Identification
Aquaculture Continuing Education: Eagle Fish Health Lab Facilities Tours
Career Development Training
Endangered Species Act Overview and Section 7 Consultation
Idaho Bat Working Group Meeting
Introduction to Program R
Merging of Aquatic and Terrestrial Habitats - Principles to Improve Success
Technical Manuscript Editing and Review

2016

Plenary Theme: Horizontal and Vertical Transmission of Fish Related Information
Location: The Coeur d'Alene Resort, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho
Dates: March 8-10, 2016
Meeting Report [from Fisheries 41(6):270]
Program
Abstracts
Workshops:
Get it Published!
Monitoring and Adaptive Management Planning for Habitat Restoration
Aquaculture Continuing Education: Kootenai Tribal Fisheries Facilities Tours

2015

Plenary Theme: Idaho's Large Rivers: History, Management, and Restoration
Location: Boise Centre, Boise, Idaho
Dates: March 4-6, 2015
Program
Abstracts
Workshops:
Inflow-Outflow, Responsible and Efficient Fish Culture
Forecasting adult Chinook Salmon and Steelhead returns to the Snake River basin: working toward a better understanding of current methodology and moving toward a unified approach

2014

Plenary Theme: Stream Connectivity in Fisheries Management: Fix It, Break It, or Leave It?
Location: Shilo Inn, Idaho Falls, Idaho
Dates: February 11-13, 2014
Meeting Report [from Fisheries 39(10):471]
Program and Abstracts
Workshops:
Hatchery Innovations
PIT-Tag Detection Systems: Options for Remote Monitoring Applications
Viewing, Creating and Sharing Geospatial Information in Google Earth

2013

Combined Meeting of the Idaho Chapter and the Western Division
Plenary Theme: Fisheries: Learning from the past and looking towards the future
Location: Boise Centre, Boise, Idaho
Dates: April 15-18, 2013
Meeting Report
Program
Abstracts: General Session
Abstracts: Symposia Sessions
Abstracts: Poster Session
Workshops:
Power-Based Standardization in Electrofishing
Spatial Statistical Modeling on Stream Networks
Physical, Ecological, Engineering and Social Considerations in Using Wood in Stream Restoration
Physiologic Stress in Fish Culture and Fish Management: Good Stress, Bad Stress...Good Fish, Bad Fish
How Many Different Ways Is This Method Implemented? Discussion of Best Practices for Snorkeling Methodology and Pool Measurement Methods

2012

Plenary Theme: Non-native species -- managing the uncertainties
Location: Coeur d'Alene Resort, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho
Dates: March 7-9, 2012
Meeting Report [from Fisheries 37(7):322-323]
Program and Abstracts
Workshops and Symposia:
Fish without borders

2011

Plenary Theme: Native peoples fisheries: perspectives on past, present and future
Location: Doubletree Hotel Boise-Riverside, Boise, Idaho
Dates: March 2-4, 2011
Meeting Report [from Fisheries 33(7):346-347]
Program and Abstracts
Workshops and Symposia:
Fisheries and Hatcheries Biosecurity Workshop

2010

Plenary Theme: Idaho's native fishes: understanding their distribution and abundance
Location: Red Lion Hotel, Pocatello, Idaho
Dates: March 3-5, 2010
Program and Abstracts
Workshops and Symposia:
Unraveling the spring creek mystery: what should they look like and how do we get there

2009

Plenary Theme: Hatchery supplementation for fishery conservation: diverse policies and applications
Location: Doubletree Hotel Boise-Riverside, Boise, Idaho
Dates: March 4-6, 2009
Meeting Report [from Fisheries 34(10):510]
Program and Abstracts
Workshops and Symposia:
Preventing the Introduction and Spread of Aquatic Nuisance and Invasive Species
Grant Writing

2008

Plenary Theme: Impacts of climate change on Idaho's fishery resources
Location: Red Lion Templin's Inn on the Spokane River, Post Falls, Idaho
Dates: February 6-8, 2008
Program and Abstracts
Workshops and Symposia:
Designing for Aquatic Organism Passage at Road-Stream Crossings
How to Work Effectively with the Media

2007

Plenary Theme: Diversions, dams, and fish: managing the impact of diversions and dams on Idaho's resident fish species
Location: Doubletree Hotel Boise-Riverside, Boise, Idaho
Dates: February 21-23, 2007
Meeting Report [from Fisheries 32(10):504-505]
Program and Abstracts
Workshops and Symposia:
Current and Emerging Pathogens of Fishes in the Pacific Northwest

2006

Plenary Theme: Economic aspects of Idaho fisheries: the great, but seldom used conservation tool
Location: Red Lion Riverside, Idaho Falls, Idaho
Dates: February 15-17, 2006
Meeting Report
Program and Abstracts
Workshops and Symposia:
Population Viability
Exploring the Differences between Fine-spotted and Large-spotted Varieties of Yellowstone Cutthroat Trout
Hatchery Nutrition

2005

Plenary Theme: Managing fisheries in the 21st century: meeting new challenges with new ideas
Location: Doubletree Hotel Boise-Riverside, Boise, Idaho
Dates: February 24-26, 2005
Program and Abstracts
Workshops and Symposia:
Fish Genetics 101
Publicity Writing

2004

Plenary Theme: Progressive fish culture: new paradigms for hatchery management
Location: Best Western University Inn, Moscow, Idaho
Dates: February 12-14, 2004
Program and Abstracts

2003

Plenary Theme: Technology: Where are we, where are we headed, and has it made us better managers and investigators?
Location: Doubletree Hotel Boise-Riverside, Boise, Idaho
Dates: February 27-Mar 1, 2003
Program and Abstracts
Workshops and Symposia:
Manuscript Preparation

2002

Plenary Theme: The American Fisheries Society: what are we managing for?
Location: West Coast Pocatello Hotel, Pocatello, Idaho
Dates: February 28-Mar 2, 2002
Concurrent with Bonneville (Utah) Chapter
Program and Abstracts
Workshops and Symposia:
The Sinks Symposium: Exploring the Origin and Management of Fishes in the Sinks Drainages of Southeast Idaho
Proceedings of The Sinks Symposium

2001

Plenary Theme: What is the proper role of genetics in fisheries management?
Location: Doubletree Hotel Boise-Riverside, Boise, Idaho
Dates: February 22-24, 2001
Program and Abstracts

2000

Plenary Theme: Native fish: do they have to go to the ocean to be important?
Location: The Coeur d' Alene Resort, Coeur d' Alene, Idaho
Program and Abstracts
Dates: March 13-15, 2000
Concurrent meeting with the North Pacific International Chapter

1999

Plenary Theme: Snake River anadromous fish recovery and the role of dams
Location: The Grove Hotel, Boise, Idaho
Dates: March 4-6, 1999
Program and Abstracts
Workshops and Symposia:
Fish Identification

1998

Plenary Theme: Managing natural resources in a dynamic environment
Location: Cavanaughs on the Falls, Idaho Falls, Idaho
Dates: February 26-28, 1998
Program and Abstracts
Workshops and Symposia:
Landscape Scale Disturbance: Effects on Aquatic Ecosystems
Fish Identification

1997

Plenary Theme: Species that slip through the cracks of current management paradigms
Location: Owyhee Plaza Hotel, Boise, Idaho
Dates: February 27-March 1, 1997
Program and Abstracts
Workshops and Symposia:
Species That Slip Through The Cracks of Current Management Paradigms - Conservation of Non-game and Non-Threatened or Endangered Fish & Wildlife
Fish Identification

Annual Meetings Prior to 1997

Meeting information prior to 1997 is listed in The History of the Idaho Chapter of the American Fisheries Society (PDF).