Scheduled Speakers for Friday, June 6
Fridays events with speakers will take place in room 141 of Wilson Hall,
about 250 meters from the Bevill Center. We hope to start at 8:15 sharp, so
please be there by then! This room is one of our teaching halls and can hold
just over 100 people.
The format of this day of talks will typically be for a speaker to have a
45-minute block. A speaker should talk for about 30 minutes, followed by ten
minutes Q&A and a five-minute turn-around to the next speaker. With nine
scheduled speakers this will be a busy day; and to help everyone deal with
this, free coffee deliveries outside of room 141 are scheduled as follows: 8
a.m., 10:30 a.m., and 2:30 p.m. Ice water and the fixings for hot tea will
also be part of these set-ups.
8:409:25: Dave Neely (St. Louis University)
Diversity of freshwater sculpins of the southeastern U.S.;
9:2510:10: Joe Scanlan (Montgomery, AL)
Captive propagation of Fundulus bifax;
10:1010:55: Jeff Garner (AL State malacologist)
Diversity of Alabama freshwater mussels;
10:5512: Brady Porter (University of Georgia)
Molecular phylogeny of Ulocentra subgenus of darters;
121: LUNCH BREAK
11:45: Ned Mudd (attorney)
Emergence Behavior and Neural Interface Chaos Theory as Related to Aquatic
Legal Injunctions (or infarctions, which ever comes first);
1:452:30: Randy Haddock (Cahaba River Society)
Freshwater biodiversity of the Cahaba River;
2:403:25: Scott Mettee (Geological Survey of Alabama)
Tagging and monitoring fish in the Alabama River;
3:254:10: J.R. Shute (Conservation Fisheries Inc.)
Raising and releasing endangered fishes;
4:104:55: Brian Jones (Dauphin Island Sea Lab)
Operations of the Dauphin Island Estuarium.
7? B.G. Granier, Fishes of Louisiana slide show, followed by other
I also have information about the fern sale at the Botanical Garden, which
is at 4747 Bob Wallace Avenue. It's 9-5, and they claim to be selling a
whole buncha species. It should be good!
And, we should be rolling out about 8:30 on Saturday morning.
Huntsville, AL, US of A
>From: "David Ramsey" <djramsey_at_earthlink.net>
>Subject: Re: NANFA-- Convention
>Date: Tue, 3 Jun 2003 16:54:28 -0400
>Is there a list of speaker times for Friday?
>What kind of time to leave Saturday morning?
>My wife has decided she is coming so she can go to the botanical garden on
>Saturday. There goes the van. It will be full of ferns when she gets done.
>Now she has decided that I am taking her to the double A baseball game
>Friday night. I am starting to feel like the guy on Laugh In that was
>getting hit in the head by the lady with the handbag.
> With a little luck I will actually get to spend some time at the
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