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Partial migration in focus

Brief report from this week's conference in Portugal.
People at a conference

At the international conference on Ichthyology (fishy stuff) held in Porto, Portugal, CAnMove researchers were offered a whole session on Partial migration of fish, but also focused deeply on listening and learning, as well as discussing and writing up our own research. As the conference allowed us to re-join with our Danish colleagues, as well as with the old CAnMove post-doc Ben Chapman (now having a permanent position in Nottingham, UK), the conference was indeed productive.

people listening at a conference

/Lars-Anders Hansson

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