The latest aspects of research, management, policy, and techniques are addressed in the American Fisheries Society’s peer-reviewed journals.
- Transactions of the American Fisheries Society
- North American Journal of Fisheries Management
- Journal of Aquatic Animal Health
- North American Journal of Aquaculture
- Marine and Coastal Fisheries
For member access to these journals on Wiley’s website, please click here.
Fisheries is the American Fisheries Society’s member magazine. Each issue contains
- Two or more peer-reviewed feature articles and essays
- Columns by the AFS president, the executive director, the policy director
- Department updates
- Meeting announcements
- Voting reminders
- Unit activities
- Letters to Capitol Hill
- Journal summaries
- Job announcements
- …and so much more
To access this magazine directly on Wiley’s website, please click here.
The latest aspects of research, management, policy, and techniques are addressed by AFS books, which are published through the AFS Books Program. AFS books cover a wide range of subjects, including
- Fish biology
- Introduced species
- Other related aspects of aquatic science
More than 180 titles are available in the Bookstore, including textbooks, symposia proceedings, monographs, special publications, and professional and trade books.
You’ll find some of the most well-known books in fisheries, including
|Inland Fisheries Management in North America|
|Community Ecology of Stream Fishes: Concepts, Approaches, and Techniques|
|Monitoring Stream and Watershed Restoration|
|Small Impoundment Management in North America|
|Guidelines for the Use of Fishes in Research|
|Population Genetics: Principles and Applications for Fisheries Scientists|
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Future Plans for AFS Publications
The American Fisheries Society convened a special committee representing a diverse cross-section of membership to discuss the future direction and operation of AFS publications, including journals, books, and agency reports. Read the report here.