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The event will highlight the work of ESF fisheries biologist Dr. Karin Limburg, who has worked with a range of fishes all over the globe from the Hudson River to the Grand Canyon and Baltic Sea. She will be joined by several outstanding colleagues working in the fields of aquatic sciences and conservation, in both the arts and sciences: Aquatic biologist and writer Dr. John Waldman, author of “Running Silver: Restoring Atlantic Rivers and their Great Fish Migrations Artist/writer James Prosek, author of “Trout: An Illustrated History,” and many other books and articles on fishes Photographers David Doubilet and Jennifer Hayes, whose underwater photography has appeared in National Geographic and numerous other venues The purpose of the event is to raise awareness about the aquatic environment and the future of fisheries. The aſternoon begins with a short presentation by each speaker, followed by a public forum/Q&A and, finally, a reception and book signing. The event is sponsored by the Dale L. Travis Public Lecture Series at ESF. Saturday, Oct. 31, 2015, 2 to 5 p.m. Marshall Auditorium on the ESF campus Admission to the lecture and reception is free. Parking will be available on the ESF campus. Mark your calendars now and join us for what promises to be a truly outstanding event! Visit www.esf.edu/efb/travislecture for more information. Dr. Karin Limburg Dr. John Waldman James Prosek David Doubilet & Jennifer Hayes The Dale L. Travis Public Lecture Series The Future of Fisheries: Choices, Decisions, and the Role of the Arts October 31, 2015

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The event will highlight the work of ESF fisheries biologist Dr. Karin Limburg, who has worked with a range of fishes all over the globe from the Hudson River to the Grand Canyon and Baltic Sea. She will be joined by several outstanding colleagues working in the fields of aquatic sciences and conservation, in both the arts and sciences:

• Aquatic biologist and writer Dr. John Waldman, author of “Running Silver: Restoring Atlantic Rivers and their Great Fish Migrations

• Artist/writer James Prosek, author of “Trout: An Illustrated History,” and many other books and articles on fishes

• Photographers David Doubilet and Jennifer Hayes, whose underwater photography has appeared in National Geographic and numerous other venues

The purpose of the event is to raise awareness about the aquatic environment and the future of fisheries. The afternoon begins with a short presentation by each speaker, followed by a public forum/Q&A and, finally, a reception and book signing.

The event is sponsored by the Dale L. Travis Public Lecture Series at ESF.

Saturday, Oct. 31, 2015, 2 to 5 p.m.

Marshall Auditorium on the ESF campus

Admission to the lecture and reception is free. Parking will be available on the ESF campus. Mark your calendars now and join us for what promises to be a truly outstanding event!

Visit www.esf.edu/efb/travislecture for more information.

Dr. Karin Limburg Dr. John Waldman James Prosek David Doubilet & Jennifer Hayes

The Dale L. Travis Public Lecture Series

The Future of Fisheries: Choices, Decisions, and the Role of the ArtsOctober 31, 2015