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2 Fisheries • Vol 37 No 1 • January 2012• www.fisheries.org Corporate Office 360.468.3375 office@nmt.us Biological Services 360.596.9400 biology@nmt.us

Fisheries: History, Science, and Management

Fisheries: History, Science, and Management Robert T. Lackey 1 National Health and Environmental Effects Research Laboratory United States Environmental Protection Agency 200 SW 35 th Street Corvallis, Oregon 97333 lackey.robert@epa.gov (541) 754-4607 1 Robert T. Lackey, senior fisheries ...


Ken Currens Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission 6730 Martin Way E. Olympia, WA 98516 360/438-1180 360/753-8659 fax kcurrens@nwifc.org Andrew Fayram Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Bureau of Fisheries Management FM/4 101 S. Webster St. Box 7921 Madison, WI 53707 608/266-5250 andrew ...


ii Published by the Asian Development Bank, August 2004. This is a typeset version of the official policy paper approved by the Asian Development Bank Board of Directors on 25 September 1997.

Rotenone in Fisheries: Are the Rewards Worth the Risks?

Rotenone in Fisheries: Are the Rewards Worth the Risks? Edited by Richard L. Cailteux, Leo DeMong, Brian J. Finlayson, William Horton, William McClay, Rosalie A. Schnick, and Charlie Thompson Trends in Fisheries Science and Management 1 Proceedings of the Symposium Rotenone in Fisheries: Are the ...

Montana Chapter of the American Fisheries Society 36th Annual ...

Montana Chapter of the American Fisheries Society 36th Annual Meeting February 11-14, 2003 Great Falls, Montana Heritage Inn WATER: THE ESSENTIAL INGREDIENT Keynote Session: Montana's Water Allocation System - Past and Future The History of Montana's Instream Flow Protection Program .


M ICHIGAN C IVIL S ERVICE C OMMISSION J OB S PECIFICATION FISHERIES BIOLOGIST JOB DESCRIPTION Employees in this job complete and oversee a variety of professional assignments to ensure that the state's fisheries are appropriately maintained, and that environmental conditions are suitable for the ...

Final Fisheries in an Ecosystem Context 2 v 1.0

1 Fisheries in an Ecosystem Context 1. Some Underlying Themes * Inshore fish populations are affected by fisheries harvesting and land use activities in coastal

Forestry, Fisheries, and Wildlife

College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences For more information, check these websites: T he School of Environment and Natural Resources offers a variety of interdisciplinary programs focusing on the applied sciences of forestry, fisheries, and wildlife that lead to professional ...


A Manual for understanding the Federal Fisheries Management Process, Including Analysis of the 1996 Sustainable Fisheries Act