Fisheries Magazine

Highlights of Fisheries Magazine – June 2014

a photo of the June 2014 issue of fisheries magazineFisheries Magazine—June 2014

COLUMN: President’s Commentary
Monitoring: Garbage In Yields Garbage Out
Bob Hughes

COLUMN: Letter from the Executive Director
Behind the Scenes at Mazatlan
Doug Austen

 

COLUMN: Policy
Maybe It’s Not Just About the Fish
Thomas E. Bigford

ESSAY
Information Flow in Fisheries Management: Systemic Distortion within Agency Hierarchies
Kiira Siitari, Jim Martin & William W. Taylor

FEATURES
Canadian Recreational Fisheries: 35 Years of Social, Biological, and Economic Dynamics from a National Survey
Jacob W. Brownscombe, Shannon D. Bower, William Bowden, Liane Nowell, Jonathan D. Midwood, Neville Johnson & Steven J. Cooke

Hide and Seek: Interplay of Fish and Anglers Influences Spatial Fisheries Management
Bryan G. Matthias, Micheal S. Allen, Robert N. M. Ahrens, T. Douglas Beard Jr. & Janice A. Kerns

Threatened Endemic Fishes in South Africa’s Cape Floristic Region: A New Beginning for the Rondegat River
Olaf L. F. Weyl, Brian Finlayson, N. Dean Impson, Darragh J. Woodford & Jarle Steinkjer

IN MEMORIAM
Carlos M. Fetterolf, Jr. 1926–2014

UNIT NEWS
Dam Impacts on Fishery Resources – Join Us in Québec
Margaret H. Murphy – AFS Water Quality Section President

AFS STRATEGIC PLAN 2015–2019
Draft 1, May 2014

Fisheries Magazine—June 2014

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Each month, Fisheries magazine features peer-reviewed technical articles on all aspects of aquatic resource-related subjects, as well as professional issues, new ideas and approaches, education, economics, administration, and law. Issues contain features, essays, AFS news, current events, book reviews, editorials, letters, job notices, chapter activities, and a calendar of events.

 

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