Join (regular) Guest Author, Craig Springer, on a virtual hike through woodlands and lowland bog to see the miraculous transformation of your excise taxes at work!
Category: Guest Expert
We all need freshwater biodiversity
Guest author Rob St. John reflects on why people need freshwater biodiversity. And it‘s more than just the edible fish and recreation that you might…
Centenarians of the Sea
What is the lifespan of a Rougheye Rockfish? Take a look at this guest post by Andreas Rice to find out!
Hutton Junior Fisheries Program: I’m Hooked!
The Hutton Internship program has been monumental in my pursuit of biology! I really appreciate the fisheries and aquatic experiences and opportunities gained this summer and the connections I have made with so many wonderful people.
Recapture: Taking a look back at how non-game scientists are showcasing small, but important, fish.
The importance of non-game fish to our ecosystems often goes unnoticed by the general public. Finding ways to get this information to them is challenging if they cannot relate to the topic. Duke’s Instagram account was created to introduce people to the world of non-game fish.
These Waters Aren’t Deep Enough for the Both of Us: A Brown and Cutthroat Trout Showdown
In the wild west, there’s a new outlaw in town…join guest blogger Madi Richardson on a journey to Yellowstone National Park.
A peacock of a different feather
The crystal-clear waters of the Indian and Pacific Oceans are home to one of the world’s most colorful creatures who packs a powerful secret…
Repeat spawner series: Underwater photography guide
Underwater photography can spark fascination – and passion- for the world below the surface. Take a lesson from guest blogger Derek Wheaton on how to frame the most effective shots.
Escargot: Cambodian Style!
Throughout Cambodia, hundreds of tons of snails are sold in markets every year. Our mission was to chat with our fisher friends about the impacts of the invasive snails on their livelihoods and document how they were sold, eaten, and perceived by locals.
Pacific Lamprey: Salmon’s underappreciated neighbor
The west coast of the United States is home to numerous important fisheries, however, most of the time, the conversation is monopolized by a few popular species…what about one that is less well known?
The Importance of Indigenous Knowledge in Fisheries Management
Creating a confluence between Indigenous Knowledge and Western Science is critical to developing a sustainable path that addresses the many ecological and fisheries crises we face today. Learn here how this can be accomplished.
3 quick steps: Become an ally to women in science
3 quick steps: Become an ally to women in science. These basic steps can quickly and positively transform the fabric of the scientific community to be more inclusive and diverse. #womenoffisheries #womenofscience #womeninscience
Snakes and Snails and Fishes, Oh My! – Researching arrow shaped traps on Tonle Sap lake in Cambodia
Catching snakes, snails, and fish in Arrow Traps in Cambodia’s Tonle Sap lake. Elizabeth Everest, a Fulbright Scholar, introduces us to research being conducted on one of the most productive freshwater systems in the world.
Back-crossing to the Future: Genetic Intervention for Gila Trout
Join guest blogger Ben Ikenson on a journey through the air and across charred landscapes to help save one of the rarest trout species…
Skip along with Guest Blogger Luke Leuty to learn about the unusual, but aptly named, mudskipper…