Full conference registration fee includes admission to all sessions and exhibits, including the breaks, mixers, banquet, poster session, excursion, and field collection, and the program book. Optional events are not included and are subject to additional fees.
Full conference registration is required for the primary presenter/author.
Full conference registration is required for all attendees, including oral and poster presenters.
Student rates are available only to full-time students enrolled in a recognized higher education course at a university.
The accompanying person(s) rate is intended for spouses or other relatives of participants registered in any of the other categories for attendance at networking events, such as the opening reception, banquet, and excursion.
Young scientists, graduate students, undergraduate students, and high school students who are interested in taking the Youth Freshwater Ecology School lessons must send the completed registration form to the Organizing Committee. The 30 early bird − registrations for the Youth Freshwater Ecology School will be selected to take lessons given by invited ecological specialists and professionals. The tentative lessions include: Ephemeroptera, Plecoptera and Trichoptera taxonomy (by Prof. John Morse from Clemson University), Macroinvertebrate and Fish Ecology (by Professor Yong Cao from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign & Professor Lizhu Wang from Great Lakes Regional Office), scientific communications and writing (by Prof. Charles Hawkins from Utah State University), and field training for stream and river physical habitat quantitative measures (by Prof. Bob Hughes from Amnis Opes Institute & Oregon State University). Detailed Youth Freshwater Ecology School lessons information will be provided soon.
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