Abstract Submission - Step 1
AQUACULTURE AMERICA 2020 encourages
the submission of high quality oral and poster presentations. We strongly encourage
authors to consider poster presentations because poster sessions will be an integral
part of the program. Papers submitted for "oral presentation only" may not be accepted
as oral presentations due to the limited number of available time slots. All
abstracts must be in English - the official language of the conference.
Each oral presenter shall be entitled to no more than 12 minutes for a presentation,
plus 3 minutes for questions. Authors of studies involving proprietary products
or formulations should present this information in workshops or the trade show.
Oral presentations should use Power Point. Slides, overhead projectors and video
players will not be available or allowed.
All presenters are required to pay their own registration accommodation and travel
AQUACULTURE AMERICA 2020 cannot subsidize registration fees, travel or hotel costs.
No Abstract Book will be printed - a USB Abstract Book will be given to registered
attendees and they will be available online.
Expanded Abstract Format - Please refer to the example.
- TITLE OF PAPER: The abstract title is printed
in CAPITAL LETTERS, with the exception of scientific names which should
be upper/lower case and italicized (see example). Scientific names should
not be preceded or followed by commas or parentheses or other markings.
- AUTHOR(S): The first name should be the
presenting author. Use * after the presenting author. Type in upper/lower
- ADDRESS AND EMAIL: Type only the presenting
author's institution, address and email. Type in regular upper/lower
- MAXIMUM LENGTH: One page
- PAGE SIZE: Standard 8.5 x 11 paper (portrait)
- MARGINS: i-inch margin throughout(left/right/top/bottom)
- SPACING: Single spaced
- PARAGRAPHS: Paragraphs should be separated
by a blank line and should not be indented.
- FONTS: Character fonts should be 12 point
- FIGURES & TABLES: Photo, figures and
tables are highly recommended and they may be in color. They should be reduced
to the appropriate size for a one page abstract and should be clearly readable
at the reduced size. The reduced figures and tables should be included in
the abstract in camera-ready form.
You must read the Instructions and check the box to continue.
Your abstract must conform to the specification for abstract formatting.