Abstract Submission

Abstract Deadline

The Deadline for abstract submission for the 2020 Chapter Meeting is Friday, February 21, 2020.

Abstract Submission Details

Please submit your abstract as a MS Word document to Bob Heagey (bob.heagey@myfwc.com). Please follow these instructions for submission:

  • In the email subject line, please enter FLAFS 2019: followed by the author names in your abstract (e.g., FLAFS2019 SmithTaylorRosen)
  • Use the same name for the abstract file, e.g., FLAFS2019 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 submit them to Chris Anderson (christopher.anderson@myfwc.com) or Dan Nelson (daniel.nelson@myfwc.com) by email.

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 moderator? 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 for talks (15 minutes for presentations and 5 minutes for questions and/or discussion). We will have PowerPoint on a laptop capable of accepting your presentation on a flash drive or other device.

Important Note: Please use widescreen PowerPoint slide format for all presentations.

All posters will be presented on Wednesday evening, April 1, and can be left up for the entire meeting. Posters should be no larger than 150 X 100 cm (60” X 40”), but they can be set up either as portrait or landscape format on an easel.

If you require other options for projection or poster formats, please contact the annual meeting’s Program Chair, Dan Nelson (daniel.nelson@myfwc.com).