27 Jun 2014

Fisheries Magazine

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Highlights of Fisheries Magazine – July 2014Fisheries magazine cover July 2014

In this Issue:

  • Land Use Threats to Fish
  • Meet Our New Emerging Leaders
  • What Makes an Angler Volunteer? Urgent Recommendations for American Eel
  • Interview: Editors of Foundations of Fisheries Science

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COLUMNS

President’s Commentary
The Socioeconomic Values of Recreational Fishing
Bob Hughes

Policy

Leadership Styles We Can Appreciate
Thomas E. Bigford

The Communication Stream
Science and Social Media: How, What, and When to
Jeremiah Osborne-Gowey

Digital Revolution
Drones—A Fisheries Assessment Tool?
Jeff Kopaska

Letter from the Executive Director
Scaling Up Conservation
Doug Austen

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RESEARCH ARTICLES

Are We Overlooking Landscape-Scale Threats to Common Freshwater Fishes?
Populations of many common, broadly distributed freshwater fishes may be on the decline in the face of rapidly expanding urbanization. Recognizing and addressing such trends now could prevent endangered species lists from growing in the future.
Ryan M. Utz

A Case for Accelerated Reestablishment of American Eel in the Lake Ontario and Champlain Watersheds
A plethora of stresses is depressing American Eel abundance, making recovery of eel populations in Lakes Ontario and Champlain a priority.
Wolf-Dieter N. Busch and David P. Braun

Anglers’ Motivations for Volunteering with Fishing or Conservation Organizations
Why and how often do anglers volunteer with fishing or conservation organizations?
Michael A. Schuett, Gerard T. Kyle, Jeremy Leitz, Ken Kurzawski, and Kyunghee Lee

INTERVIEWS

Q&A: The 2014 Emerging Leaders

  • Patrick Cooney
  • Justin Davis
  • Cari-Ann Hayer
  • Steve Midway

Q&A: Book Editors
Foundations of Fisheries Science
Greg G. Sass and Micheal S. Allen

IN MEMORIAM
Norman G. Sharber

BETTER KNOW A HATCHERYA. E. Wood State Fish Hatchery, San Marcos, Texas

And more!

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