A 2014 study supports an emerging method to improve habitat conditions for salmon more quickly and cheaply than traditional projects.
Pennsylvania's Unassessed Waters Initiative finds trout in overlooked streams with the help of local biologists and Trout Unlimited crews.
While snook are considered ecologically significant and a prized catch, much is still unknown about the species production in the Everglades.
Zebrafish are a popular choice when it comes to health-related research due to their unique regenerative abilities.
Focusing on coho salmon productivity, a 2014 study is among the first of its kind to evaluate restoration outcomes on a watershed scale.
Dr. Xiaobo Tan debuts a high-tech robotic fish named Grace, which provides the unique opportunity to have mobile receivers for acoustic tags.
The MDNR has dedicated years of work to rearing and stocking Great Lakes Muskellunge in specific waterways across Michigan.
Sensor Fish can be deployed at hydroelectric dams to study the forces a juvenile salmon feels as it passes through hydropower facilities.
Scientists say that BOFFFFs, which stands for big, old, fat, fertile, female fish, are particularly valuable for long-term fishery health.
Salmon recovery efforts in northern California have boosted recent salmon runs but the population is still seeing low recruitment and returns
Research done in 2014 reveals they are worth 16.9 billion dollars to global fisheries each year, amounting to 20 percent of global marine fisheries at-dock catch values.
Research points fishery managers to online fishing forums to assess fishing efforts and guide stocking and management efforts.
Anyone who studies aquatic invasive species (AIS) will say that one of the most common ways these invaders have been able to spread so rapidly and effectively has been improper boat maintenance. While natural travel patterns certainly...
Despite the bad reputation anglers may get, the reality is that many of these anglers are some of the most devoted to conservation
Researchers at the University of Toronto have found the practice of using baitfish may inadvertently spread invasive species.
While mountaintop removal mining may allow for faster coal collection, new research shows it also has detrimental effects on the environment.
A 2014 study found that round goby have become so integrated with the food web that another goby population peak is unlikely due to the multitude of species that feast on the bug-eyed fish
Lake sturgeon are crucial to strengthening the resilience of the Maumee River, making this 25-year-long stocking plan worthwhile.
The U.S. EPA has proposed limitations to protect a highly valuable salmon fishery in Bristol Bay, Alaska, according to WaterWorld. The fishery is under threat, officials say, by a large-scale mining effort at the Pebble deposit there.
PCB concentrations Lake Michigan Chinook and coho salmon have declined over the past 35 years, though the drop has slowed since the mid-1980s, according to a new study. Recent declines may be more than just the result...