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American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting
This year’s theme is: Fisheries Conservation and Management: Making Connections and Building Partnerships.
Climate change effects on stream and river temperatures across the northwest U.S. from 1980–2009 and implications for salmonid fishes
Thermal regimes in rivers and streams are fundamentally important to aquatic ecosystems and are expected to change in response to climate forcing as the ...
EPA and the Army Corps’ Proposed Rule to Define “Waters of the United States”
Excerpt from summary : According to the agencies, the proposed rule would revise the existing regulatory definition of “waters of the United States” consistent ...
Cumulative Effects of Fire and Fuels Management on Stream Water Quality and Ecosystem Dynamics
Prescribed fires and wildland fire-use are increasingly important management tools used to reduce fuel loads and restore the ecological integrity of western ...
An extreme climatic event alters marine ecosystem structure in a global biodiversity hotspot
Extreme climatic events, such as heat waves, are predicted to increase in frequency and magnitude as a consequence of global warming but their ecological ...
Biotic Drivers of Stream Planform: Implications for Understanding the Past and Restoring the Future
Traditionally, stream channel planform has been viewed as a function of larger watershed and valley-scale physical variables, including valley slope, the ...
Accounting for Environmental Assets
A country can cut down its forests, erode its soils, pollute its aquifers and hunt its wildlife and fisheries to extinction, but its measured income is not ...
Challenges in the conservation, rehabilitation and recovery of native stream salmonid populations: beyond the 2010 Luarca symposium
– In May 2010, I chaired a session on challenges to salmonid conservation at the international symposium ‘Advances in the population ecology of stream ...
Climate change impacts on the biophysics and economics of world fisheries
Global marine fisheries are underperforming economically because of overfishing, pollution and habitat degradation. Added to these threats is the looming ...
Characterizing coal and mineral mines as a regional source of stress to stream fish assemblages
Mining impacts on stream systems have historically been studied over small spatial scales, yet investigations over large areas may be useful for characterizing ...
Do small tributaries function as refuges from floods? A test in a salmonid-dominated mountainous river
Excerpts from the text: On 8–10 August 2003, a powerful typhoon hit Hokkaido Island, Japan, accompanied with heavy rain, which allowed us to investigate the ...
Sour Streams in Appalachia: Mapping Nature’s Buffer Against Sulfur Deposition
Sulfur emissions are regulated by the Environmental Protection Agency, but sulfuric acid that has leached into soil and streams can linger in the environment ...
Downstream Warming and Headwater Acidity May Diminish Coldwater Habitat in Southern Appalachian Mountain Streams
Stream-dwelling species in the U.S. southern Appalachian Mountains region are particularly vulnerable to climate change and acidification. The objectives of ...
Webinar: Effects of Climate Change on Inland Fish and Fisheries: Global, North American, and Management Perspectives
Join AFWA's Effects of Climate Change webinar coming up next Wednesday.
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