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Fish Migrations: Anadromous to Potamodromous?

Anadromous fish are born in freshwater, then migrate to the ocean as juveniles where they grow into adults before migrating back into freshwater to spawn. [...]

November 8, 2017 RECENT, Slide

Household chemicals and prescription drugs in your trout stream?

The sheer number of Americans taking drugs is one reason drugs in the water are a problem - 60 percent of Americans now take prescription drugs [...]

May 1, 2017 Conservation, RECENT, Slide

News: Upper Keys Bonefish shortage spurs collabrative study

Project Bay Bones is being done in collaboration with researchers from Everglades National Park, U.S. Geological Survey, and the Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commissio [...]

September 28, 2015 News, RECENT, Slide

Conservation: Mangrove restoration study underway in FL’s Rookery Bay Reserve

Rookery Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve encompasses 110,000 acres of coastal lands and waters between Naples and Everglades National Park. It is managed by the Florida DEP [...]

September 11, 2014 Conservation, RECENT, Slide

Conservation: As climate warms American West, iconic trout in jeopardy

“What we’re trying to do is look at the specific effects of climate on cutthroat trout in one of their northernmost strongholds,” says Chokhachy. [...]

November 19, 2013 RECENT, Slide

News: Asian carp breed in Great Lakes, threaten fishing

Of greatest concern in the Great Lakes region are bighead and silver carp imported from Asia decades ago to control algae and unwanted plants in controlled settings such as sewage treatment lagoons. [...]

November 12, 2013 News, RECENT, Slide