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General Job Information Tips on how to apply for federal jobs (Troutman 2008) Check out the “Employment Opportunities in Canada and the U.S.” Colloquium materials! Job Listings Search Now Job Boards American Fisheries Society World Aquaculture Society Texas A&M Wildlife and Fisheries ASLO (Limnology and Oceanography) Academic Careers Online USAJobs – Official job website of.. read more →

In Memoriam: Grace Klein-MacPhee: 1939—2014

The American Fisheries Society and Southern New England Chapter (SNEC) lost a dear friend, teacher, mentor and colleague when Dr. Grace Klein-MacPhee passed away on September 20th, 2014. Grace was a long-time member of AFS, SNEC, and the Early Life History (ELH) Section. She was SNEC President from 2003 to 2004 and was on many.. read more →

In Memoriam: Richard (Dick) Ryder—AFS President: 1980—1981

It is with great sorrow that the family of Richard (Dick) Ryder announce his passing on Friday, September 19, 2014 at Hogarth Riverview Manor. Born on February 25, 1931, in Windsor, Ontario, Dick obtained his MSc. in Zoology from the University of Michigan. He was employed with the Department of Lands and Forests/Ministry of Natural.. read more →

Poniendo al lomo rojo de vuelta en el Lago Redfish, veinte años de progreso en el salvamento de la población de salmón más amenazada del noroeste

Fisheries Magazine 2014 – Aquaculture Themed Issue: Paul A. Kline and Thomas A. Flagg RESUMEN: En noviembre de 1991, el Servicio Nacional de Pesquerías Marinas de los Estados Unidos de Norteamérica, ingresó al salmón (Oncorhynchus nerka) en el Acta de Especies Amenazadas de los Estados Unidos (AEA) bajo la categoría de amenazado. Los últimos remanentes.. read more →

Respuesta de los Estados Unidos de Norteamérica a un reporte de virus de anemia infecciosa en salmones en el oeste de Norteamérica

Fisheries Magazine 2014 – Aquaculture Themed Issue: *Kevin H. Amos RESUMEN: Los manejadores de pesquerías a nivel federal, estatal y tribal así como también el público en general y sus representantes electos en los Estados Unidos de Norteamérica (EE.UU.) manifestaron su preocupación ante la sospecha de la presencia del virus de anemia infecciosa (VAIS) cuando por.. read more →

Dose-Dependent Effects of the Clinical Anesthetic Isoflurane on Octopus vulgaris: A Contribution to Cephalopod Welfare

A Journal of Aquatic Animal Health article (http://ow.ly/EpdI2) was recently cited in Science magazine’s “How to anesthetize an octopus” video at: news.sciencemag.org/plants-animals/2014/11/video-how-anesthetize-octopus. Taylor & Francis is providing free access to the full article until December 31, 2014. Abstract Recent progress in animal welfare legislation relating to invertebrates has provoked interest in methods for the anesthesia of cephalopods, for.. read more →

20 Nov 2014
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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 Pacific Northwest’s Most Endangered Salmon  Population Paul A. Kline and Thomas A. Flagg SPANISH ABSTRACT: Poniendo al lomo rojo de vuelta en el Lago Redfish, veinte años de.. read more →

New version of Fisheries Analysis and Modeling Simulator released!

The popular software “Fisheries Analysis and Modeling Simulator” (FAMS) version 1.64 has just been published.  The new version is compatible with Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8 64-bit operating systems. FAMS simulates and evaluates the dynamics of exploited fish populations. It allows for the evaluation of minimum, slot, and inverted length limits and bag.. read more →

Introduction to the Hutton Junior Fisheries Biology Program

Do you know what the Hutton Junior Fisheries Biology Program is? The “Hutton Program” is a fisheries internship program for high school students and is sponsored by AFS. The goal of the Hutton Program is to diversify the fisheries profession by stimulating career interest among young people from underrepresented groups, including minorities and women. Hutton interns.. read more →

Use of Clove Oil and Eugenol to Anesthetize Fingerling Shabut Barbus grypus

Abstract In this study, the efficacy of four doses of clove oil and eugenol were compared to sedate fingerling ShabutBarbus grypus to various stages of sedation and recovery. The results from the present study indicated that effective concentrations were at 50 μL/L for eugenol (induction time: 58 ± 8 s; recovery time: 199 ± 15 s [mean ± SD]).. read more →

18 Oct 2014
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Influence of Habitat Characteristics on Shore-Spawning Kokanee

Influence of Habitat Characteristics on Shore-Spawning Kokanee by Steven L. Whitlock, Michael C. Quist and Andrew M. Dux Abstract Sockeye Salmon Oncorhynchus nerka and kokanee (lacustrine Sockeye Salmon) commonly spawn in both lentic and lotic environments; however, the habitat requirements of shore spawners are virtually unknown relative to those of stream spawners. A laboratory experiment and.. read more →

30 Sep 2014
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AFS Comments on USEPA Pebble Mine

Click to download the AFS comments on USEPA Pebble Mine PDF. American Fisheries Society Organized 1870 to Promote the Conservation, Development and Wise Utilization of the Fisheries 5410 Grosvenor Lane, Suite 110 * Bethesda, Maryland 20814-2199 301-897-8616 * FAX 301-897-8096 * E-Mail: main@fisheries.org,   www.fisheries.org   Donna Parrish                                                                                                 Douglas J. Austen President 2014-2015      .. read more →

Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell to present keynote address At NWLLC

Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell to present keynote address Join her at the National Workshop on Large Landscape Conservation October 23 and 24 in Washington, D.C.   WASHINGTON, D.C., September 3, 2014 — Conference organizers are delighted to announce that Sally Jewell, the United States Secretary of the Interior, will present a keynote address.. read more →

NMFS and NOAA Seek Comments on Orange Clownfish

Endangered: Federal regulators considering new protections for the orange clownfish, which is popular in many aquariums. The National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) announced Tuesday they are considering adding it to the list of endangered species. However, the agencies have decided not to offer the same protections to a handful of other.. read more →

AFS Member Michael Rennie on Unmuzzling Scientists

AFS member Michael Rennie on unmuzzling scientists.  “I also agree with Andrew that there is a strong role for Government science, both with regards to the science one can do under it (as opposed to under academic science), and with the spot it gives you at the table when it comes to forming policy- that’s.. read more →

02 Sep 2014
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Hutton Scholar Studies study the Strait of Georgia’s Fish Population

AFS Members Francis Juanes and David Stormer Work With New Hutton Fellow, Amanda Noel. Esquimalt High student Amanda Noel has been spending her summer in the lab and in the field, working with University of Victoria professors Francis Juanes and David Stormer to study the Strait of Georgia’s fish population. Earlier this year, Noel received.. read more →

In Memoriam: Keith Jefferts: 1931—2014

Keith Jefferts’ life was characterized by three great passions: salmon, science, and piloting—both air and sea. Much of it was spent at the controls of airplanes, helicopters, and the Wily King—on the trail of the wily King Salmon. Salmon and science combined to characterize or define the latter half of his life, when he returned.. read more →

Brazilian Scientist Integrates Legion of Honor of the International Congress

Brazilian scientist integrates Legion of Honor of the International Congress Biology of Fishes Vera Almeida is the first Brazilian in charge of the International Congress on the Biology of Fish, which discusses advances in aquatic ecosystems of the planet since 1994.  Since 1994, the event has been sponsored every two years by the American Fisheries.. read more →

Doug Austen Interviewed by ECO – the Environmental Coastal & Offshore magazine

The Environmental Coastal & Offshore magazine (ECO) interviewed AFS Executive Director Doug Austen to answer these questions and more: How does your structure serve fisheries professionals? Which groups do you advocate for and how? Who are your partners and how have they changed over time? How can we improve the types of monitoring pertinent to fish populations, fish habitat,.. read more →