Successful marine protected areas (MPAs) have helped to improve many fisheries. What, may you ask, helps those successful MPAs be successful? Well, there are a number of things that need […]
What do fish eat? With regard to the non-native Blue Catfish in Virginia’s tidal rivers, this question is routinely answered as “everything!” Once these Blue Catfish grow over 23 inches, […]
By Michelle Lavery, Guest Blogger For many hydrologic regimes of the world, streams and rivers are ice covered for the majority of the year, yet minimal research is conducted during […]
So what are these crazy unrealistic fisheries biologists up to? The are working with the United Nations and non-fisheries folks to help provide food for a growing global population.
By Abigail Lynch Inland fisheries are loosely defined by the United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) as capture fisheries and aquaculture above mean tide levels. While reported inland capture landings are modest […]
By Patrick Cooney Knowledge of two simple things could make the difference in the life of your dog: Know the geographic region where your salmon was harvested. Do not feed […]
As winter buckles down for most of us in the Northern Hemisphere, we’re reminded of how difficult it can be to endure extreme weather. While numerous terrestrial and aquatic adaptations […]