Webinar – August 23 – Chinook Salmon Redds

  What Can a Long-Term Chinook Salmon Redd Survey Tell Us about Habitat Quality and Climate Change in a Dynamic Mountain Wilderness Landscape? Monday, August 23, 2021 1:00 pm Eastern Time Register Now!   Presenter: Greg Jacobs Cornell University Department of Natural Resources and the Environment   Description: Pacific salmon spawning and rearing habitats result... Read More

Webinar – July 22 – American Lobster fishery

Fleet heterogeneity and economic performance in American Lobster fishery Thursday, July 22, 2021 1:00 pm Eastern Time Register now! Thank you to the AFS Socioeconomics Section for sponsoring this webinar! Session description: American lobster fishery is the most valuable fishery in the United States. After several decades of steadily increased landings, the American Lobster fishery... Read More

Webinar – June 30 – Electrofishing

The 100‐Watt Method: A Protocol for Backpack Electrofishing in Small Streams Wednesday, June 30, 2021 1:00 pm Eastern Time Register now! Session description: What backpack electrofisher settings work best to catch fish in small streams? In this webinar we will describe why standardization of electrofishing output is important in fisheries research and management, what impact... Read More