Fisheries Magazine

Highlights of Fisheries Magazine – January 2015

In this Issue:January 2015 Fisheries Magazine Cover - American Fisheries Society publicationJOURNAL SUMMARIES

• Stocked Piscivores May Be Tougher Than We Thought
by Jeff Schaeffer

Increasing Survival Rates of Discarded Red Snapper: Best Release Strategies
by Sarah Harrison

POLICY COLUMN
Culverts as Culprit and Conservation Choice
Thomas E. Bigford

ESSAYS AND FEATURES
Broadening the Regulated-River Management Paradigm: A Case Study of the Forgotten Dead Zone Hindering Pallid Sturgeon Recovery
by Christopher S. Guy, Hilary B. Treanor, Kevin M. Kappenman, Eric A. Scholl, Jason E. Ilgen, Molly A. H. Webb
(Spanish abstract)

Climate Change Effects on Aquatic Ecosystems and the Challenge for Fishery Management: Pink Shrimp of the Southern Gulf of Mexico 
Francisco Arreguín-Sánchez, Pablo del Monte-Luna, and Manuel J. Zetina-Rejón
(Spanish abstract)

Guiding Principles for Development of Effective Commercial Fishery Monitoring Programs
Erika A. Zollett, Robert J. Trumble, Jill H. Swasey, and Shawn B. Stebbins
(Spanish abstract)

An Introduction to Free Geographic Information Systems in Fisheries Science
Ben C. Neely and Brandon L. Eder
(Spanish abstract)

Marine Aquaculture in Canada: Well-Established Monocultures of Finfish and Shellfish and an Emerging Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture (IMTA) Approach Including Seaweeds, Other Invertebrates, and Microbial Communities
Thierry Chopin

RESEARCH HIGHLIGHTS
Fishes on the Move as Oceans Heat Up
Natalie Sopinka
SAMPLINGS
On Twitter
• In the Blogs
• In the Books
• Look and Listen
• Quotes
• Snapshots

AFS NEWS
Fishery Analysis and Modeling Simulator (FAMS) Now Available for Windows 7 and 8
Andrew Loftus

INTERVIEW
Q&A: The Present and the Future of World and U.S. Fisheries: Interview with Daniel Pauly
Arnaud Grüss

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