Actumnus Digitalis – first time seen since AFS discovered it in 1904 It's the first time actumnus digitalis has been seen... since it was first found by the American Fisheries Society in Tahiti in 1904, the team noted.
Actumnus Digitalis – first time seen since AFS discovered it in 1904
Fisheries Magazine—August 2014 The August issue of Fisheries magazine is here!
Fisheries Magazine—August 2014
Future of Fisheries: Perspectives for Emerging Professionals Contains more than 70 short mentoring vignettes on past experiences and visions for the future authored by many notable mentors from the fisheries field. Click to read more!
Future of Fisheries: Perspectives for Emerging Professionals
Recreational Fisheries Proposals for Lillehammer Symposium Managing freshwater recreational fisheries in an era of change Lillehammer, Norway, 15-17 June 2015
Recreational Fisheries Proposals for Lillehammer Symposium
Inland Fisheries—Call For Abstracts Include a discussion about possible future scenarios. Biological Assessment; Economic and Social Assessment; Drivers and Synergies; and, Policy and Governance; or go here for more information....
Inland Fisheries—Call For Abstracts
AFS in ACTION and a call for proposals SAVE THE DATE! The American Fisheries Society is one of the organizing partners of the National Workshop on Large Landscape Conservation. October 23-24, 2014 Washington, DC
AFS in ACTION and a call for proposals
New Book! Foundations of Fisheries Science Highlights the classic and critical works associated with fisheries management. 43 full text articles, along with 30 "honorable mention" citations that have helped to mold the discipline of fisheries science.
New Book! Foundations of Fisheries Science
WDAFS Letter Concerning Effects of Intake Dam Project on Recovery of Endangered Pallid Sturgeon We have serious concerns with the Intake Dam project itself, but we also believe that the issues we have identified represent larger and more systemic problems with Endangered Species Act recovery planning. The approach, design and funding structure of this project, if applied to other U.S. Army Corp of Engineers and Bureau of Reclamation projects, could very well have negative ramifications to development and implementation of species protection and recovery plan efforts throughout the Western United States, regardless of the species of concern.
WDAFS Letter Concerning Effects of Intake Dam Project on Recovery of Endangered Pallid Sturgeon
Fisheries Degrees—List of North American Colleges and Universities The AFS Special Committee on Educational Requirements has completed a final draft of a list of North American colleges and universities that offer degrees in fisheries related disciplines.
Fisheries Degrees—List of North American Colleges and Universities
For Members Only! Governing Board Briefing Books The Governing Board Meeting Books are now up! Executive Editor, Doug Austen says: “It is a real treasure of fun information!”
For Members Only! Governing Board Briefing Books
ADVANCING FISHERIES SCIENCE SINCE 1870 The American Fisheries Society (AFS) is the world's oldest and largest organization dedicated to strengthening the fisheries profession, advancing fisheries science, and conserving fisheries resources.
ADVANCING FISHERIES SCIENCE SINCE 1870
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