North American Journal of Fisheries Management (NAJFM)—Overview and Current Issue

An International Journal of the American Fisheries Society


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The North American Journal of Fisheries Management is intended to promote communication among managers, the journal addresses the maintenance, enhancement, and allocation of fisheries resources. Its contents chronicle the development of practical monitoring and management programs for finfish and exploitable shellfish in marine and freshwater environments. Contributions relate to the way species, habitats, and harvests may be managed to protect and enhance fish and fishery resources for societal benefits. Case histories of successes, failures, and side effects of fisheries programs help convey practical management experience to others.

Publication Frequency
6 issues per year
2016 Impact Factor:  1.201

5-Year Impact Factor: 1.306

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