Speaking Events

Conferences

Eberts, R., Manzon, R.G., and Somers, C.M. (2017). Condition and behaviour of walleye (Sander vitreus) after barotrauma relief approaches. Great Plains Fishery Workers Association Workshop, Casper, Wyoming.

Eberts, R. (2016). Barotrauma in freshwater fish: a literature review of treatment method effectiveness, and a barotrauma survey across Saskatchewan anglers. Great Plains Fishery Workers Association Workshop, Moose Jaw, SK.

Eberts, R., Manzon, R.G., Wilson, J.Y., Boreham, D.R., Crawford, S.S., and Somers, C.M. (2015). Resource use heterogeneity in Lake Huron Lake Whitefish. Canadian Society for Ecology and Evolution 10th Annual Meeting, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

Eberts, R., Manzon, R.G., Wilson, J.Y., Boreham, D.R., Crawford, S.S., and Somers, C.M. (2015). Resource use by Lake Whitefish spawning aggregations in Lake Huron. Canadian Section of The Wildlife Society Annual General Meeting, Saskatoon, SK.

Eberts, R., Manzon, R.G., Wilson, J.Y., Boreham, D.R., Crawford, S.S., and Somers, C.M. (2015). Understanding the isotopic structure of Lake Whitefish spawning aggregations in Lake Huron. Canadian Conference for Fisheries Research, Ottawa, ON.

Eberts, R., Manzon, R.G., Wilson, J.Y., Boreham, D.R., and Somers, C.M. (2014). Life-long dietary-niche partitioning exhibited by sympatric whitefish in Lake Huron. Genomes to Biomes, Montreal, QC.

Eberts, R., Manzon, R.G., Wilson, J.Y., Boreham, D.R., and Somers, C.M. (2014). Life-long dietary-niche partitioning exhibited by sympatric whitefish in Lake Huron. Prairie University Biological Symposium, Regina, SK.

Eberts, R., and Somers, C.M. (2013). Niche Partitioning in Sympatric Coregonid Species: A comparison of Within-Season and Between-Season Isotopic Variation. Abstract & Oral presentation. Prairie University Biological Symposium, Winnipeg, MB.

Invited Public Talks

Eberts, R. Walleye Barotrauma. (2017). Oral Presentation. Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation 88th Annual Convention, Regina, SK.

Eberts, R. and Somers, C.M. (2016). Walleye and Sauger research at the U of R. Kilpatrick Fly Fishers Assocation meeting, Saskatoon, SK.

Eberts, R. Barotrauma in freshwater fish. (2016). Oral Presentation. Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation 87th Annual Convention, Yorkton, SK.

Eberts, R. The dangers of fishing too deep: Barotrauma in fish. (2015). Oral Presentation. Pokey’s Tackle Shop. Regina, Saskatchewan.

Eberts, R. Barotrauma in fish: Catch and Release? (2015). Oral Presentation. Moose Jaw Wildlife Federation Walleye Challenge: Rules Night, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan.

Eberts, R. Barotrauma in fish: Catch and release? (2015). Oral Presentation. Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation 86th Annual Convention, Weyburn, SK.

Eberts, R. Martino, J., and Somers C.M. Saugeye Research in Saskatchewan. (2014). Oral Presentation. Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation 85th Annual Convention, Moose Jaw, SK.

Eberts, R., and Somers, C.M. (2013). Yellow perch growth variation in Saskatchewan lakes. Oral presentation. Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation Branch Fundraiser, Strasbourg, SK.

Eberts, R., and Somers, C.M. (2013). Yellow perch growth variation in Saskatchewan lakes. Oral presentation. Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation 84th Annual Convention, Saskatoon, SK.

Eberts, R., and Somers, C.M. (2013). ). Yellow perch growth variation in Saskatchewan lakes. Oral presentation. Ministry of Environment Compliance and Field Branch Staff Meeting, Saskatoon, SK.

Seminars and Workshops

Eberts, R. (2015). Fishing 101. Seminar. Ladies Day Out, Cabelas, Regina, SK.

Eberts, R. (2015). Barotrauma: Dangers of Fishing Too Deep. Seminar. Cabelas, Regina, SK.

Eberts, R. (2015). Resource Use by Lake Whitefish Spawning Aggregations. Seminar. Department of Biology, University of Regina, Regina, Saskatchewan.

Eberts, R. (2014). How to age your fish. Workshop. National Fishing Week, Cabelas, Regina, SK.

Eberts, R., and Matichuk, A. Fish Physiology 101. (2014). Workshop. Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation 85th Annual Convention, Moose Jaw, SK.

Eberts, R. (2014). The Concept of Maximum Sustainable Yield in Ecology: Conservation and Wildlife Management. Seminar. University of Regina, Regina, SK.