A while back we covered the most venomous fish. And even though we are the Fisheries Blog, we still report on other aquatic critters now and then. Given the interest in […]
By Guest Author Erica Felins, 2017 Knauss Sea Grant Executive Fellow…On Friday night, the Trump Administration released a memo to the Washington Post that shed light on what the future federal budget might look like.
Guest Author: Craig Springer, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service I’m standing in a small side room at Willow Beach National Fish Hatchery, just off a larger chamber where a dozen […]
“It will look great on your CV!” I think any graduate student or postdoc has heard this before…usually after a mentor or supervisor has asked for you to do some […]
About 2 months ago I asked all those willing and interested to participate in a survey about peer-review. As a refresher, peer-review is that activity that many of us undertake […]
Although this topic will not appeal to everyone, many of us in fisheries science participate in peer review—the process of technically reviewing the manuscripts of other fisheries scientists. This is […]
An advocate knows the answer and looks for evidence to support it; a scientist asks nature how much support there is for competing hypotheses. -Ray Hilborn In recent months, environmental […]