Guest writer: Andrew Taylor Editor: Patrick Cooney I. The Species Question In a recent article, The Fisheries Blog asked the question: How many black bass (genus Micropterus) species are there? […]
As an environmental scientist I can honestly say that I am very concerned for the future of our planet and ourselves. I cannot emphasize enough the reality of climate change, […]
As scientists, communicating our research is just as important as doing it. We are well-trained to use the scientific method—we make hypotheses, we conduct experiments, draw conclusions, and repeat. But […]
I was recently asked why I study stream and river fishes. Of course I rattled off several of the high points about threatened habitats, high biodiversity, and simply cool fish. […]
Guest Author: Paul Anderson, PhD, Research Scientist, Mystic Aquarium Artist: Hannah Dean Editor: Patrick Cooney It is an honor to be invited to share my passion for a very unique […]
by Guest Author, Erin Loury Amid snow-capped peaks in a remote stretch of sagebrush-covered Nevada desert sits Summit Lake, a watery refuge for the stunning and threatened Lahontan Cutthroat Trout. […]
While a pet Goldfish has a typical lifespan of 6-7 years, your average aquarium fish cannot compare to these short-lived and long-lived species!