22nd FishBase and SeaLifeBase Annual Symposium: Fishes in Changing Ecosystems

The 22nd FishBase and SeaLifeBase Symposium, themed “Fishes in Changing Ecosystems,” will be hosted in Thessaloniki, Greece on 2-3 September 2024, at the KEDEA Building of the Aristotle University Campus. Day 1️⃣: Advances in the Gill Oxygen Limitation Theory (GOLT)Contributions test the Gill Oxygen Limitation Theory’s applicability to new topics or taxa,…

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21st International FishBase and SeaLifeBase Symposium: Second Announcement

FishBase (www.fishbase.org) is the largest global information system on fishes. It provides encyclopedic information on all described fishes and includes many tools for scientists in a large array of ichthyological disciplines. With about 700,000 visits per month, it is the most successful database on any group of living organisms.  SeaLifeBase…

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2023 FishBase and SeaLifeBase Symposium: Call for Abstracts

Thirty years and numerous upgrades since inception, FishBase is now the largest and most widely accessed global online information system on fish, providing unrestricted and quick access to key information –morphology and physiology, names, genetics and aquaculture, trophic ecology, reproduction and life-history traits, population dynamics, fish as food, fish pictures,…

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The 23rd FishBase-SeaLifeBase Symposium: Various uses of these global information platforms and their contributions to aquatic food systems

FishBase – SeaLifeBase Annual Symposium5-6 September 2022 | WorldFish, Penang, Malaysia   This year’s FishBase-SeaLifeBase Symposium, a hybrid virtual and in-person event, was an opportunity to illustrate the different uses of FishBase and SeaLifeBase in the fields of ecology, biogeography, fisheries, taxonomy and aquariology. An impressive line-up of speakers were…

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