Did you get accepted to the ISA in Baltimore?

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If so – REMEMBER TO REGISTER!
To secure your place on the final program, you must complete your paid registration for the convention by October 19, 2016. You can register easily on the ISA website. You will be removed from the program if you don’t register by October 19th. This policy requirement is necessary to help the ISA deal with the issues caused by late withdrawals, which create problematic holes in the program. Without that rule, last minute attrition is also much higher, and this is unfair to those on the waiting list hoping to join the program.
Note that there is an automatic $20.00 discount for registrations made through the ISA website.
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Last chance to submit for ISA 2017!

baltimore-harbor_jpg_1920x810_0_302_10000This week is your last chance to submit for ISA’s 2017 Convention in Baltimore! The proposal deadline is next Wednesday, the 1st! We encourage you to submit a proposal and hope to see you in Baltimore, February 22nd – 25th, 2017. If you have any trouble accessing your account or with the submission form, we’re here to help!

Feel free to contact ISA Headquarters and they will be glad to do everything they can.

Winner of the 2016 Sprout Award

sikina_jinnah2_hiresThe Harold and Margaret Sprout award is bestowed annually for a book that “makes a contribution to theory and interdisciplinarity, shows rigor and coherence in research and writing, and offers accessibility and practical relevance.”

While we had an embarrassment of riches this year in terms of worthy books to consider, the Committee was particularly impressed by Post-Treaty Politics (published by MIT Press) by American University professor Sikinna Jinnah.

The book, which focuses on how treaty secretariats contribute to Post treaty politicsregime overlap management, utilized a series of case-studies to examine the influence and skills utilized by treaty bureaucracies to navigate the increasingly byzantine thicket of overlapping treaties that affect the environment.

Call for abstracts: ICES 2016 ASC

Poster%20without%20logosThe scientific programme for the ICES 2016 ASC (Riga, Latvia from 19-23 September) has been published.

Call for abstracts to Session G:  “The inshore challenge: management of recreational and commercial fisheries accounting for social benefits, economic value, and biological sustainability”. A full description of the session is available on the ICES website: http://www.ices.dk/news-and-events/asc/ASC2016/Pages/Theme-session-G.aspx.

They would like to receive abstracts on all aspects of inshore fisheries, so it would be great if you could submit your work – the deadline submission is the 30 April.