Water Quality Section of AFS

Andrew Todd is new President Elect

Congratulations to Andrew Todd on being elected as the new President Elect of the Water Quality Section.  Professionally, Andrew works as a research biologist, conducting research on the impacts of diverse stressors (e.g. acid-rock drainage,...

Fisheries Magazine – July 2015

Highlights of Fisheries Magazine – July 2015 In this Issue: • Policy Column Silt Happens…Literally • Guest Column Point-Counterpoint: Be Flexible in the Number of Talks per Speaker at Meetings! • AFS News The...

Fisheries Magazine – June 2015

Highlights of Fisheries Magazine – June 2015 In this Issue: • Policy Column Nature-Based Remedies to Societal Woes • AFS News Improving Communication/Cooperation among Aquatic Professional Societies • Interviews Q&A: Interview with Jay Hemdal,...

Fisheries Magazine – March 2015

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Fisheries Magazine – January 2015

Highlights of Fisheries Magazine – January 2015 In this Issue: JOURNAL SUMMARIES • Stocked Piscivores May Be Tougher Than We Thought by Jeff Schaeffer • Increasing Survival Rates of Discarded Red Snapper: Best Release Strategies by Sarah...

Fisheries Magazine – December 2014

In this Issue: COLUMN President’s Commentary – Blogging Fish Science Guest writer – Dan Isaak Policy – Revisiting Hopes for Created and Restored Habitats Thomas E. Bigford   FEATURES Paleoclimate Shaped Bluefish Structure in the Northern Hemisphere...

Fisheries Magazine

Highlights of Fisheries Magazine – November 2014 Our Special Aquaculture-Themed Issue! In this Issue: COLUMN Aquaculture and the Science–Policy Continuum FEATURES Putting the Red Back in Redfish Lake, 20 Years of Progress Toward Saving the...

2014 Student Poster Winner – Steve Mattocks

M.S. Candidate Department of Environmental Conservation University of Massachusetts Amherst  Determining the Ecological Consequences from Historical Damming of New England Watersheds –  Anadromous river herring, collectively alewives and blueback herring, were historically abundant in most...