Information for Conference Attendees:

Registration and Abstract Submission:

Registration has been extended to March 23rd, 2018.  Registration also includes tea/coffee breaks during the meeting, admission to three social events (pre-conference ice-breaker social, an evening poster session event, and a conference wrap-up social), a mentoring session for early career scientists, and a 1-day workshop on larval fish identification (the latter has now been expanded to 30 participants).

Registration rates are as follows:
Student Registration: $320 CDN
Non-student Registration: $620 CDN
Accompanying Partner Registration (for Social Events): $120

Click Here to Register and Submit Abstracts

Please Note: Upon registration you will receive a purchase transaction receipt via email. Online credit card payments are processed by a secure server, and no record of your credit card information is stored in our system. De Armond Management Ltd. provides payment processing services for the Larval Fish Conference.

Hotel registration:
We are holding a block of rooms at the conference hotel – the Delta Ocean Point Resort. Details on room booking can be found here. Students looking to share hotel accommodations can submit a request through the organizers who, with the help of Alison Deary and Marta Moyano, will coordinate requests.

Student Travel Awards:
The ELHS offers a number of student travel awards. See details here. 

Early Career Scientist Mentoring Session:
A special mentoring session aimed at Early Career Scientists will be hosted Alison Deary ( and Marta Moyano ( on the afternoon of Sunday June 24, 2018. Stuart Ludsin (Co-director of the Aquatic Ecology Laboratory, The Ohio State University) will be providing a 3-hour tutorial on proposal writing.

Larval Fish Identification Workshop:
Good News - The workshop has been expanded to 30 participants! Please email the workshop organizers if you would like to register.
A one-day Larval Fish Identification Workshop will be held on the campus of the University of Victoria by Peter Konstantinidis ( Oregon State University, Dept. of Fisheries and Wildlife), Alison Deary (NOAA, Alaska Fisheries Science Center) and Moira Galbraith (Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Institute of Oceans Sciences) on Saturday 23 June, 2018. Participation will be limited to 15 people, with students having priority.

Getting to Victoria:
Victoria is a stunningly beautiful seaside city of 360,000 and is the provincial capital of British Columbia, Canada. Located on the southern tip of Vancouver Island, Victoria is easily reachable via planes, sea-planes, and ferries from both Vancouver, BC and Seattle, WA.