Fisheries Magazine

mag1Highlights of Fisheries Magazine – August 2015
In this Issue:

GUEST COLUMN
Raising the Bar: Taking a More Strategic and Integrated Approach to AFS Communications
Gwen White

POLICY
Wetlands Thrive on Connectivity
Thomas E. Bigford

MEMBER VOICE
Value Added by Being a Member of a Professional Society
Sean Lucey

AFS NEWS
The Sordid Trail of an AFS Response to New York Times Op-Ed Piece
Douglas Austen

AFS Responds to an Op-Ed in the New York Times on Trout Fishing in the Northeast US

What Not to Miss at the Annual Meeting (including the Most Unique Symposium): 5 Questions with Program Co-Chairs
Jim Bowker and Nancy Leonard

Recognition of the American Fisheries Society Professional Certification Program

NOAA Fisheries At-Sea Volunteer Opportunities: Hands-On, Hard Work, and a Great Experience
Shelley Dawicki

My Adventure Volunteering on NOAA Ships
Joseph Kunkel

A Voyage that Changed the Way I Thought About Life at Sea
Carol Glor

INTERVIEW
Q&A: The Success Story of the Oregon Chub: An Interview with Paul Scheerer
Bob Hughes

COOL FISH
Adventures of an Urban Angler
Christopher Moore

ESSAYS AND FEATURES
Fishing Down Through the Food Web
Villy Christensen

Fishing Impacts on Food Webs: Multiple Working Hypotheses
Trevor A. Branch

Are We Catching What They Eat? Moving Beyond Trends in the Mean Trophic Level of Catch
Konstantine J. Rountos, Michael G. Frisk, and Ellen K. Pikitch

Characterizing the Human Dimensions of a Hidden Fishery: Riverine Trotline Fishers
Benjamin D. Dickinson, Donald J. Orth, and Steve L. McMullin

Translating Climate Change Effects into Everyday Language: An Example of More Driving and Less Angling
Jefferson T. DeWeber and Tyler Wagner

Finding the Path to a Successful Graduate and Research Career: Advice for Early Career Researchers
Bryan M. Maitland, Steven J. Cooke, and Mark Poesch

… and more!

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