Fisheries Magazine – March 2015

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Fisheries Magazine – March 2015

Fisheries-Magazine-March-2015President’s Commentary
AFS Membership: How Much Should it Cost?

Policy
Our Renewed Effort to Make the Most of Science

Journal Summaries

AFS Journals Support Sustainable Aquaculture

Predicting Brook Trout occurrence in stream reaches throughout their native range in the eastern United States

Essays
The Last Stand of the Barrons Topminnow

Brushes with Greatness: Preserving Original Maynard Reece Fish Art

Q&A
Black Bass Diversity: Multidisciplinary Science for Conservation

Peers
English Abstract: Imprinting of Hatchery-Reared Salmon to Targeted Spawning Locations
Spanish Abstract: Impronta en salmones cultivados para incidencia en sitios de desove

English Abstract: A Comprehensive Approach for Habitat Restoration in the Columbia Basin
Spanish Abstract: Un enfoque integral para restauración de hábitats en la cuenca de Columbia

Meet Your Staff
Beverly Pike, New AFS Director of Student and Professional Development

Society Business
Calling All Reviewers

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Fisheries Magazine – February 2015

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POLICY

Roles for Everyone
by Thomas E. Bigford

VOTE

Candidate Statements: AFS Second Vice President
Dale P. Burkett
Jesse Trushenski

JOURNAL SUMMARIES

 

• Diet Shifts Detected in Sandbar Sharks Using a Nonlethal Technique
by Sarah Harrison

• Cast Nets are Useful Sampling Tools, and You Should Try One
by Jeff Schaeffer

FEATURES AND ESSAYS

A Historical Record of Sawfish in the Southern Gulf of Mexico: Evidence of Diversity Loss Using Old Photos
by Manuel Mendoza-Carranza and Alejandro Espinoza-Tenorio

Learning to Manage and Managing to Learn: Sustaining Freshwater Recreational Fisheries in a Changing Environment
º Spanish Abstract
by Gretchen J. A. Hansen, Jereme W. Gaeta, Jonathan F. Hansen, and Stephen R. Carpenter

 

Turning Class Field Trips into Long-Term Research: A Great Idea with a Few Pitfalls
by Thomas P. Quinn

 

Relating Scientific Names to Common Names for Important Fisheries Species of the Mexican Pacific
by Mauricio Ramírez-Rodríguez

 

Conserving Pacific Lamprey through Collaborative Efforts
º Spanish Abstract
by Christina Wang and Howard Schaller

• Underwater Romance: A Valentine’s Day Ode to Fishes
by Natalie SopinkaNEWS
• Environmental DNA Clearinghouse: New Tools for Managers
Jonathan Mawdsley and Arpita Choudhury

 

STUDENT ANGLE

 

Purpose, History, and Importance of the Student Angle
by Andrew K. Carlson, Jesse R. Fischer, Landon L. Pierce, Dan J. Dembkowski, Michael E. Colvin, Janice A. Kerns, and Jeffrey D. Fore

BOOK REVIEW

An Ecosystem Services Approach to Assessing the Impacts of the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill in the Gulf of Mexico.  Reviewed by John A. Wiens

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Fisheries Magazine – January 2015

Highlights of Fisheries Magazine – January 2015

In this Issue:Screen Shot 2015-01-15 at 9.59.19 AMJOURNAL SUMMARIES

• Stocked Piscivores May Be Tougher Than We Thought
by Jeff Schaeffer

Increasing Survival Rates of Discarded Red Snapper: Best Release Strategies
by Sarah Harrison

POLICY COLUMN
Culverts as Culprit and Conservation Choice
Thomas E. Bigford

ESSAYS AND FEATURES
Broadening the Regulated-River Management Paradigm: A Case Study of the Forgotten Dead Zone Hindering Pallid Sturgeon Recovery
by Christopher S. Guy, Hilary B. Treanor, Kevin M. Kappenman, Eric A. Scholl, Jason E. Ilgen, Molly A. H. Webb
(Spanish abstract)

Climate Change Effects on Aquatic Ecosystems and the Challenge for Fishery Management: Pink Shrimp of the Southern Gulf of Mexico 
Francisco Arreguín-Sánchez, Pablo del Monte-Luna, and Manuel J. Zetina-Rejón
(Spanish abstract)

Guiding Principles for Development of Effective Commercial Fishery Monitoring Programs
Erika A. Zollett, Robert J. Trumble, Jill H. Swasey, and Shawn B. Stebbins
(Spanish abstract)

An Introduction to Free Geographic Information Systems in Fisheries Science
Ben C. Neely and Brandon L. Eder
(Spanish abstract)

Marine Aquaculture in Canada: Well-Established Monocultures of Finfish and Shellfish and an Emerging Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture (IMTA) Approach Including Seaweeds, Other Invertebrates, and Microbial Communities
Thierry Chopin

RESEARCH HIGHLIGHTS
Fishes on the Move as Oceans Heat Up
Natalie Sopinka
SAMPLINGS
On Twitter
• In the Blogs
• In the Books
• Look and Listen
• Quotes
• Snapshots

AFS NEWS
Fishery Analysis and Modeling Simulator (FAMS) Now Available for Windows 7 and 8
Andrew Loftus

INTERVIEW
Q&A: The Present and the Future of World and U.S. Fisheries: Interview with Daniel Pauly
Arnaud Grüss

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Fisheries Magazine – December 2014

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In this Issue:
COLUMN

FEATURES

STEVEN BERKELEY

QUÉBEC CITY MEETING WRAP UP
144th Annual Meeting in Québec City—From Fisheries Research to Management: Think and Act Locally and Globally
Beth Beard

AWARDS

  • Call for Award Nominations: 2015 American Fisheries Society Awards
  • American Fisheries Society Section Awards for 2014

The 2003 Québec Declaration of Concern About Eel Declines—11 Years Later: Are Eels Climbing Back up the Slippery Slope?
As we wait eagerly to find out how many young eels will arrive from the ocean, the future remains as unpredictable. But the recent recruitment increase of some stocks and the relative stability of others indicate that, after many decades of continued decline, depleted eel stocks around the world have the potential to recover.
Willem Dekker and John M. Casselman (coordinators)

A Meditation on Food Habit Studies
Milton Love

IN MEMORIAM

  • Keith Jefferts
  • Grace Klein-MacPhee
  • Richard (Dick) Ryder

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Fisheries Magazine – November 2014

Highlights of Fisheries Magazine – November 2014

Our Special Aquaculture-Themed Issue!AFS-Fisheries-Magazine-November-2014-Aquaculture-Themed-Issue
In this Issue:
COLUMN
Aquaculture and the Science–Policy Continuum

FEATURES

AFS SECTIONS: PERSPECTIVES ON AQUACULTURE

  • Perspectives from the Fish Health Section In Response–Peer Commentary on Infectious Salmon Anemia Virus Paper
    Paul Hershberger
  • Perspectives from the Canadian Aquatic Resources Section Canadian Aquaculture News: Grant to Study the Value of Incorporating Wild Salmon Genes into an Organic Aquaculture Industry Partner’s Practice
    Trevor E. Pitcher
  • Perspectives from the Student Subsection and Education Section In Response–The Use of Aquaponics in the Classroom
    Daniel J. Dembkowski, Landon L. Pierce, and Craig P. Paukert
  • Perspectives from International Fisheries Section Members Blue Growth: The 2014 FAO State of World Fisheries and Aquaculture
    Christine M. Moffitt and Lubia Cajas-Cano
  • Perspectives from International Fisheries Section Members Current State of Aquaculture in México
    Felipe Amezcua and Martin F. Soto
  • Perspectives from the Socioeconomics Section The Role of Hatcheries in Ensuring Social and Economic Benefits of Fisheries in the United States
    Tom Lang
  • Perspectives from the Water Quality Section Aquaculture and Water Quality Management in the United States
    Yushun Chen, Jesse T. Trushenski, and Margaret H. Murphy
  • Perspectives from an AFS Marine Fisheries Section Member Offshore Aquaculture Regulations Under the Magnuson-Stevens
    Fishery Conservation and Management Act

 

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