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AIFRB AWARDS FOR BEST STUDENT PAPER IN FISHERIES BIOLOGY

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA & BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO DISTRICT

For the past 23 years the Southern California and Baja California, Mexico District of the AIFRB has granted cash awards to honor graduate and undergraduate student authors of fisheries-related papers presented at the annual meeting of the Southern California Academy of Sciences. Once again, we are pleased to be able to award the efforts of student fishery research biologists at this year’s annual meeting. A panel of AIFRB members will judge both oral and poster presentations and the winner will receive a check for $200.

2014 Bonnie Ahr, California State University, Long Beach
2013 Michael Farris, California State University, Long Beach
2012 **
2011 Christopher Chabot, University Of California, Los Angeles
2010 Dominique Richardson, University Of California, Los Angeles
2009 Kim Anthony, California State University, Long Beach
2008 Chris Martin, California State University, Long Beach
2007 Christopher Mull, California State University, Long Beach
2006 Julianne Kalman, University Of California, Los Angeles
2005 Barbara Ziegler, California State University, Long Beach
2004 Kimberly Johnson, California State University, Long Beach
2003 Matthew Neilson, California State University, Long Beach
2002 Daniel Cartamil, California State University, Long Beach
2001 Darin Topping, California State University, Long Beach
2000 Kristina Louie, University Of California, Los Angeles
1999 Fredrick Stengard, University Of South Florida, St. Petersburg
1998 Thomas Even, University Of California, Santa Barbara
1997 Mason Posner, Univ. Of Southern Ca./Natural History Museum Of Los Angeles County
1996 Ingo Gaida, University Of California, Los Angeles
1995 Sabrina Drill, University Of California, Los Angeles
1994 Blaise Eitner, University Of California, Los Angeles
1993 Joseph Sisneros, California State University, Long Beach
1992 Brefik Orhun, San Diego State University/Hubbs Sea World Research Institute
1991 Christina Swanson, University Of California, Los Angeles

**no award given