Come out and see the Gray Lab if you are headed to the ICBF Conference this upcoming week! Dr. Suzanne Gray presents her research on the visual detection thresholds in walleye and their prey in algal and sedimentary turbidity in MacEwan Hall A on Tuesday, July 17th at 2:40 pm. Followed by Chelsey Nieman at 3:00 pm in MacEwan Hall A discussing her research on visual performance being impaired by elevated sedimentary and algal turbidity in Walleye (Sander vitreus) and Emerald Shiner (Notropis atherinoides). Tiffany Atkinson discusses the role of turbidity and diet on the reproduction traits of an African cichlid fish during her talk in the Bianca presentation room on Thursday, July 19th at 10 am. And lastly, Richard Oldham gives his talk on divergence in visual performance and morphology in an African cichlid found in divergent environments on Thursday, July 19th at 2:20 pm in the Bianca presentation room. Come out and listen!