‘Learning from the past to inform the future’ 
October 8th – 10th  
Nottingham Conference Centre, Nottingham, UK. 
 
 
 
 Come and join the Celebrations 
  
This year we celebrate fifty years of the Institute of Fisheries Management. This landmark annual conference will focus on a review of past success, the current state of fisheries and fish populations and a forward look at challenges and opportunities facing the industry from environmental and socio-economic change to technological development. 
  
At this historic milestone the Institute felt the time was right to dedicate its annual conference to a past, present and future assessment of fisheries management.  
  
The conference will bring together speakers and delegates from across the UK and Ireland, Europe and Worldwide for three days of talks, posters and networking.  
  
The organising committee would welcome submissions from people working in the following fields 
 
·      Tagging and telemetry 
·      Fisheries hydroacoustics 
·      Recent and future advances in technology 
·      Fish Passage 
·      Re-wilding the aquatic and riparian environment  
·      Governance and economics 
·      Environmental challenges 
·      Historical perspectives in fisheries management 
 
All abstracts should include the following information in this order:   
• Title of the paper,  
• Authors’ full names with presenter’s name highlighted,  
• Affiliation and country of origin for each co-author,  
• Full address of the presenting author,  
• Email address of the presenting author,  
• 100 – 200 word abstract on the paper’s content, 
• Oral or poster presentation 
  
The Steering Group will review all submissions and will aim to ensure a good balance of topics and geographic areas. If requests for oral presentations are oversubscribed a poster presentation may be offered instead.  
 
All submissions and enquiries should be sent directly to the conference administrator at info@ifm.org.uk