Highlights of Fisheries Magazine – December 2014
In this Issue:
- President’s Commentary – Blogging Fish Science
Guest writer – Dan Isaak
- Policy – Revisiting Hopes for Created and Restored Habitats
Thomas E. Bigford
- Paleoclimate Shaped Bluefish Structure in the Northern Hemisphere – Three genetic units were identified across the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea. Paleoclimate could explain recent Bluefish population structure.
Laura Miralles, Francis Juanes, Antonio F. Pardiñas, and Eva Garcia-Vazquez
- Steven Berkeley’s Marine Conservation Legacy Lives On: A Life of Fishing and Fisheries Conservation
- Steven Berkeley Marine Conservation Fellowship Recipient Updates
- The 2014 Steven Berkeley Marine Conservation Fellowship Winners
QUÉBEC CITY MEETING WRAP UP
144th Annual Meeting in Québec City—From Fisheries Research to Management: Think and Act Locally and Globally
- Call for Award Nominations: 2015 American Fisheries Society Awards
- American Fisheries Society Section Awards for 2014
The 2003 Québec Declaration of Concern About Eel Declines—11 Years Later: Are Eels Climbing Back up the Slippery Slope?
As we wait eagerly to find out how many young eels will arrive from the ocean, the future remains as unpredictable. But the recent recruitment increase of some stocks and the relative stability of others indicate that, after many decades of continued decline, depleted eel stocks around the world have the potential to recover.
Willem Dekker and John M. Casselman (coordinators)
A Meditation on Food Habit Studies
- Keith Jefferts
- Grace Klein-MacPhee
- Richard (Dick) Ryder
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