Fisheries Magazine – July 2015
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In this Issue:
• Policy Column
• Student Angles
The 2013–2014 Fenske Fellowship: Learning the Ins and Outs of Lake Whitefish Management in the Upper Great Lakes
West Virginia University AFS Student Subunit Leads a Citizen Science Program
• Journal Reviews
Bluegill Can Be Managed More Effectively with Bag Limits!
Probiotics Show Promise for Aquaculture
More Evidence That Plant-Based Feeds Can Support Sustainable Aquaculture
Using a Video Lander to Assess Difficult Marine Habitats
Support Solutions to California’s Drought Issues: Modeling Suggests Ways to Conserve Chinook Salmon in the Face of Water Diversion
• Climate Change Adaptation and Restoration of Western Trout Streams: Opportunities and Strategies
• Adaptación al cambio climático y restauración de los ríos occidentales para la trucha: oportunidades y estrategias
• Smartphones Reveal Angler Behavior: A Case Study of a Popular Mobile Fishing Application in Alberta, Canada
• Teléfonos inteligentes revelan comportamiento de pescadores: el caso de estudio en Alberta, Canadá, de una aplicación para teléfono móvil
… and more!
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