Fisheries Magazine – August 2015
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Wetlands Thrive on Connectivity
Thomas E. Bigford
Value Added by Being a Member of a Professional Society
The Sordid Trail of an AFS Response to New York Times Op-Ed Piece
AFS Responds to an Op-Ed in the New York Times on Trout Fishing in the Northeast US
NOAA Fisheries At-Sea Volunteer Opportunities: Hands-On, Hard Work, and a Great Experience
Q&A: The Success Story of the Oregon Chub: An Interview with Paul Scheerer
ESSAYS AND FEATURES
Fishing Down Through the Food Web
Fishing Impacts on Food Webs: Multiple Working Hypotheses
Trevor A. Branch
Are We Catching What They Eat? Moving Beyond Trends in the Mean Trophic Level of Catch Konstantine J. Rountos, Michael G. Frisk, and Ellen K. Pikitch
Characterizing the Human Dimensions of a Hidden Fishery: Riverine Trotline Fishers
Benjamin D. Dickinson, Donald J. Orth, and Steve L. McMullin
Translating Climate Change Effects into Everyday Language: An Example of More Driving and Less Angling
Jefferson T. DeWeber and Tyler Wagner
Finding the Path to a Successful Graduate and Research Career: Advice for Early Career Researchers
Bryan M. Maitland, Steven J. Cooke, and Mark Poesch
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