The following is a list of events in 2018 to which VEMCO has already comfirmed participation and support. This page will be updated on a regular basis as we firm up our commitment plans for other upcoming tradeshows, conferences and workshops.
If you would like to schedule a one-on-one meeting with a VEMCO representative at any of these conferences, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
January 24-25: Upper Columbia Science Conference
Wenatchee Convention Center, Wenatchee, Washington
This year’s conference is based on the theme of “The Science of Survival” to reflect the region’s continued focus on science related to survival bottlenecks. Similar to our 2016 conference, the UCSRB hopes to bring in experts from across the Northwest to present the latest and most compelling science. Drop by our both to learn more about the latest developments from VEMCO on fish tracking/monitoring and fish passage.
January 28-31: Midwest Fish & Wildlife Conference
Hilton Milwaukee City Center and the Wisconsin Center, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
This annual event will attract over 1,000 biologists and students from state, federal, and tribal natural resources agencies from the Midwest, Great Plains, Rocky Mountains and Canadian provinces. Highlights include: nearly 400 technical presentations, poster displays, plenary sessions, networking opportunities and social events. Stop by the VEMCO booth to leearn about the latest in fish tracking, monitoring and passage.
March 13-15: Oceanology International 2018
ExCel London, London, England
Oceanology International offers the world’s leading forum where industry, academia and government share knowledge and connect with the ocean technology and marine science communities. VEMCO will be exhibiting as part of the Atlantic Canadian pavilion. Visit our stand to learn more about how we can help you with all of your aquatic animal study needs.
August 19-23: American Fisheries Society AGM
Atlantic City Convention Center, Atlantic City, New Jersey
The theme of this year’s meeting is “Communicating the Science of Fisheries Conservation to Diverse Audiences.” We invite you to drop by our Booths (202 & 203) to learn about the latest developments in acoustic telemetry technology and how we can help you get the most out of your study.