Highlights of Fisheries Magazine - September 2015
In this Issue:
• President's Column
Fisheries Conservation and Management: Making Connections and Building Partnerships
• Policy Column
Vessel Noise Alters Fish Behavior
• Landscape Column
Arapaima Adventures in Guyana
• Student Angle
2014 Student Writing Contest Winner: Learning from the Past
• Journal Reviews
NAJFM Goes International: A Recreational Fishing Study in Australia
If You Remove a Dam Will Anadromous Fish Still Return? YES!
Fish Farms Alter Wild Fish Diets
All Fish Anesthetics Are Not Alike!
Aquaculture Continues to Evolve
• An Examination of Gender Differences in the American Fisheries Society Peer-Review Process
• Fish Out of Water: How Much Air Is Too Much?
• American Eel: When Does Diversity Matter?
• Invasion Ecology: An International Perspective Centered in the Holarctic
… and more!
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