Abstract Submission

Abstract Submission Deadline

March 1, 2022

Abstract Submission Details

Please submit your abstract as a MS Word document to Chelsey Crandall. Please follow these instructions for submission:

  • In the email subject line, please enter FLAFS 2021 followed by the author names in your abstract (e.g., FLAFS2021 SmithTaylorRosen)
  • Use the same name for the abstract file, e.g., FLAFS2021 SmithTaylorRosen.doc
  • Please include the associated information requested above with the abstract
  • NEW: Please submit 1-3 “action shots”/pictures (jpg format and < 500KB in size) associated with your research for the FL Chapter website with your abstract. Non-presenters who would like to contribute photos may email them to Jason O’Connor or Chelsey Crandall.

Abstract Format

Abstract word limit is 300 words and should include the following information:

Presenter:     Williams, Brian
Email:            BrianWilliams@FloridaFish.net
Author(s):     Williams, B.1, K. Rowley1, and P. George2
1Affiliation with address.
2Affiliation with address.

Title: Recommendations for New Limits on Some of Florida’s Most Targeted Fish Species

Abstract: 300 word maximum

Student Presentation: No or Yes (work presented was completed while a student)

Presentation type: Oral or Poster

Would you like to be considered for the symposium? Yes or No

Are you willing to be a judge? Yes or No If so, oral presentation or poster?

Presentation Details

Speakers will be given 20 minutes (15 minutes for presentations and 5 minutes for live questions and/or discussion).


Questions can be directed to the meeting’s Program Chair, Chelsey Crandall.