Transactions of the American Fisheries Society is a highly regarded, international journal that has been published continuously since 1872. The journal is published bimonthly and includes research on topics including, but not limited to, genetics, physiology, biology, ecology, population dynamics, economics, health and culture of fish and their environments.
New model identifies eastern stream sections holding wild brook trout
A new model that can accurately identify stream sections that still hold suitable habitat for wild brook trout will help fisheries managers from Maine to Georgia find and protect habitat for this fish, which is an economically, ...
Fish skin lesions, oil residue decline in years after Gulf oil spill
Scientists studying the impact of the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill on the health of fish in the Gulf of Mexico have found strong evidence that an outbreak of skin lesions and oil residue signatures discovered in fishes ...
Dam removal improves shad spawning grounds, may boost survival rate
Research from North Carolina State University finds that dam removal improves spawning grounds for American shad and seems likely to improve survival rates for adult fish, juveniles and eggs – but for different reasons.
Stocking Florida bass in Texas reservoirs may alter stream systems connected to stocked reservoirs
A genetic analysis by Baylor University biologists suggests that the stocking of Florida bass in Texas reservoirs impacts bass populations far beyond the actual stocking location.
Shocking Asian carp out of Midwest rivers not a viable option
(Phys.org)—One of the more promising ideas for controlling or eliminating troublesome Asian carp populations in the Midwest's rivers is impractical and unsafe, according to a Purdue University researcher.