The Journal of Fish Biology is a leading international, peer-review journal for scientists engaged in all aspects of fish biology. Ranked in 2008 amongst the 100 most influential journals of Biology & Medicine over the last 100 years by the Special Libraries Association - Biomedical and Life Sciences Division (SLA-DBIO), the journal encompasses all aquatic ecosystems: marine, estuarine and fresh water.

Publisher
Wiley
Website
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1111/(ISSN)1095-8649
Impact factor
1.834 (2012)

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Study shows sharks have personalities

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Groups of basking sharks ranging from as few as 30 to nearly 1,400 individual animals have been observed aggregating in waters from Nova Scotia to Long Island. While individual sightings are fairly common, seeing large groups ...

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The secret life of the sea trout

Jan G. Davidsen and his graduate students are spies. They use listening stations and special tags they attach to their subjects to track their movements. They follow their subjects winter and summer, day and night. They are ...

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