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Out of the Wild: A life-changing summer among the bears of Lake Clark National Park and Preserve. Ilgunas, Ken Sep 22, 2021 4462
Ecology of Fish Communities in Coral Habitats Along the Coast of Pakistan: Potential Threats and Conservation Strategies. Report Aug 31, 2021 5796
Fishery Resources, Conservation Challenges and Management Strategies in Ethiopia. Desalegn, Tamenut; Shitaw, Takele Jul 24, 2021 3280
AJK President emphasis for conservation of wildlife habitat. Mar 3, 2021 432
AJK President emphasis for conservation of wildlife habitat. Mar 3, 2021 432
AJK President emphasis for conservation of wildlife habitat. Mar 3, 2021 433
AJK President calls for conservation of wildlife habitat. Mar 3, 2021 445
Salmon farmers to avoid noise devices. KEITH FINDLAY Mar 2, 2021 488
Sarangani Bay Protected Seascape teeming with coastal, marine life. Feb 28, 2021 1159
Mystery as tagged salmon disappear. Feb 12, 2021 543
Cgu LongRiver Delta faces decline inwild birds, fish and plants. Dec 3, 2020 852
Family calls for realignment of Davao-Samal bridge project to spare coral reefs. Oct 19, 2020 956
Coral transplantation, reef ball rehab held in Masbate. Oct 15, 2020 271
What kids can do to help save the planet; AS ITS NEW REPORT REVEALS A "CATASTROPHIC DECLINE" IN THE NATURAL WORLD, THE WWF AND SIR DAVID ATTENBOROUGH SAY CHANGE IS NEEDED AND KIDS CAN HELP. LISA SALMON LEARNS MORE. LISA SALMON Oct 1, 2020 1152
What kids can do to help save the planet; AS ITS NEW REPORT REVEALS A "CATASTROPHIC DECLINE" IN THE NATURAL WORLD, THE WWF AND SIR DAVID ATTENBOROUGH SAY CHANGE IS NEEDED AND KIDS CAN HELP. LISA SALMON LEARNS MORE. LISA SALMON Oct 1, 2020 1157
What kids can do to help save the planet; AS ITS NEW REPORT REVEALS A "CATASTROPHIC DECLINE" IN THE NATURAL WORLD, THE WWF AND SIR DAVID ATTENBOROUGH SAY CHANGE IS NEEDED AND KIDS CAN HELP. LISA SALMON LEARNS MORE. LISA SALMON Sep 30, 2020 1157
What kids can do to help save the planet; AS ITS NEW REPORT REVEALS A "CATASTROPHIC DECLINE" IN THE NATURAL WORLD, THE WWF AND SIR DAVID ATTENBOROUGH SAY CHANGE IS NEEDED AND KIDS CAN HELP. LISA SALMON LEARNS MORE. LISA SALMON Sep 30, 2020 1145
What kids can do to help save the planet; AS ITS NEW REPORT REVEALS A "CATASTROPHIC DECLINE" IN THE NATURAL WORLD, THE WWF AND SIR DAVID ATTENBOROUGH SAY CHANGE IS NEEDED AND KIDS CAN HELP. LISA SALMON LEARNS MORE. LISA SALMON Sep 30, 2020 1154
What kids can do to help save the planet; AS ITS NEW REPORT REVEALS A "CATASTROPHIC DECLINE" IN THE NATURAL WORLD, THE WWF AND SIR DAVID ATTENBOROUGH SAY CHANGE IS NEEDED AND KIDS CAN HELP. LISA SALMON LEARNS MORE. LISA SALMON Sep 30, 2020 1157
What kids can do to help save the planet; AS ITS NEW REPORT REVEALS A "CATASTROPHIC DECLINE" IN THE NATURAL WORLD, THE WWF AND SIR DAVID ATTENBOROUGH SAY CHANGE IS NEEDED AND KIDS CAN HELP. LISA SALMON LEARNS MORE. LISA SALMON Sep 30, 2020 1146
What kids can do to help save the planet; AS ITS NEW REPORT REVEALS A "CATASTROPHIC DECLINE" IN THE NATURAL WORLD, THE WWF AND SIR DAVID ATTENBOROUGH SAY CHANGE IS NEEDED AND KIDS CAN HELP. LISA SALMON LEARNS MORE. LISA SALMON Sep 30, 2020 1157
What kids can do to help save the planet; AS ITS NEW REPORT REVEALS A "CATASTROPHIC DECLINE" IN THE NATURAL WORLD, THE WWF AND SIR DAVID ATTENBOROUGH SAY CHANGE IS NEEDED AND KIDS CAN HELP. LISA SALMON LEARNS MORE. LISA SALMON Sep 30, 2020 1157
What kids can do to help save the planet; AS ITS NEW REPORT REVEALS A "CATASTROPHIC DECLINE" IN THE NATURAL WORLD, THE WWF AND SIR DAVID ATTENBOROUGH SAY CHANGE IS NEEDED AND KIDS CAN HELP. LISA SALMON LEARNS MORE. LISA SALMON Sep 30, 2020 1157
What kids can do to help save the planet; AS ITS NEW REPORT REVEALS A "CATASTROPHIC DECLINE" IN THE NATURAL WORLD, THE WWF AND SIR DAVID ATTENBOROUGH SAY CHANGE IS NEEDED AND KIDS CAN HELP. LISA SALMON LEARNS MORE. LISA SALMON Sep 29, 2020 1154
GOING MOBILE: ARE DYNAMIC MARINE PROTECTED AREAS THE SOLUTION TO OUR RAPIDLY CHANGING OCEAN ECOSYSTEMS? Price, Austin Sep 22, 2020 2988
Cod could disappear from British menus due to climate change threat, study warns; Researchers analysed its effects on stocks for south-west UK fisheries and say families may have to change their diets and eat different fish to save threatened species. By, Matthew Young Aug 10, 2020 178
FISHING FOR SOLUTIONS; SATURDAY FOCUS; Experts have warned we have just 20 years to reverse the decline of wild salmon. Ellie House met the people fighting to save not only an ecosystem, but an entire community; FISHING FOR SOLUTIONS. Ellie House Feb 1, 2020 1535
Arresting the Dee-cline; ENVIRONMENT ? One million trees to be planted in PS5.5m bid to save our salmon. KIERAN BEATTIE Jan 30, 2020 384
One million trees to be planted in Scottish Highlands in effort to restore wild salmon stocks. Jan 30, 2020 533
Interior's Fish and Wildlife Service Solicits Public Input on Cormorant Management. Jan 22, 2020 1456
Scottish Salmon to be tracked for the first time on their ocean migration thanks to government grant. Jan 12, 2020 935
Fish stocks 'crisis' debate; Salmon: Campaigners take fight to Holyrood amid fears for the species. DAVID MACKAY Jan 7, 2020 338
Secondary Production of Kelp Bass Paralabrax clathratus in Relation to Coastal Eelgrass Zostera marina Habitat in a Southern California Marine Protected Area. Tanner, Richelle L.; Obaza, Adam K.; Ginsburg, David W. Dec 1, 2019 8057
3 NegOcc marine-protected areas shortlisted for nat'l awards. Oct 12, 2019 442
Secretary Bernhardt Announces Over $100 Million in Public-Private Funding for Wetland Conservation Projects. Sep 17, 2019 1366
Land Trust Buys Key White River Property: Newly protected acreage will increase salmon habitat, reconnect river oxbow. Aug 1, 2019 342
Salmon tagging project; Wildlife: Innovative hi-tech attempt aimed at tackling declining stocks. Jul 23, 2019 420
WWF Bulgaria has Released over 20,000 Sturgeons in the Danube. Jun 12, 2019 108
Why we're calling on everyone to Save Our Salmon. May 5, 2019 295
Parsing the Waters: The Trump administration's efforts to reform US wetlands policy are a century or more out of date. All the same, wetlands protection would benefit from a clearer policy foundation. Herrick, Charles N. Mar 22, 2019 3872
Assessing body weight as a predictor of vulnerability for extinction in marine invertebrates. Gonzalez-Valdovinos, Marcela Isabel; del Monte-Luna, Pablo; Trujillo-Millan, Oscar Mar 1, 2019 4702
Some Targeted Reference Points for Thin Lip Grey Mullet Liza Ramada Management in Bardawil Lagoon, North Sinai, Egypt. Mehanna, Sahar F.; Desouky, Mohammed G.; Makkey, Ahmed F. Jan 1, 2019 3642
Sea Lion Predation on Columbia River Salmon and Steelhead. Upton, Harold F. Dec 1, 2018 1525
Research, conservation groups track whale shark's movement. Oct 17, 2018 410
GIS Mapping to Strengthen Initiative to Secure Rights for the Southern Resident Killer Whales. Oct 3, 2018 538
Lebanon's spearfishers fight to preserve aquatic wildlife. Jun 2, 2018 950
Coral reef fish declared flagship species of Apo Reef. May 18, 2018 419
When conservation can keep up with development's pace: Health status of coral ecosystems in the North Pacific of Costa Rica/Cuando la conservacion no puede seguir el ritmo del desarrollo: Estado de salud de los ecosistemas coralinos del Pacifico Norte de Costa Rica. Alvarado, Juan Jose; Beita-Jimenez, Andres; Mena, Sebastian; Fernandez-Garcia, Cindy; Cortes, Jorge; Apr 1, 2018 17004
A History of Research to Develop Guidance Systems to Divert Juvenile Salmonids, Oncorhynchus spp., from Turbines at Federal Hydroelectric Dams on the Mainstem Columbia and Snake Rivers, U.S.A. Williams, John G.; Gessel, Michael H. Report Mar 22, 2018 32027
Could Fish Larvae Save Coral Reefs? Jan 1, 2018 663
RESCUING THE REEFS: Pioneering research at Mote Marine Laboratory may save the world's dying coral. D'Souza, Tony Nov 1, 2017 2992
Bill keeps current salmon protection in place. Jul 20, 2017 731
Breeding pond occupancy of the ringed salamander (Ambystoma annulatum) in East-central Missouri. Crawford, John A.; Tunnage, Joshua A.; Wright, Eric M. Jul 1, 2017 4068
Conservation of Brazilian coral reefs in the southwest Atlantic ocean: a change of approach. Tedesco, Erik C.; Segal, Barbara; Calderon, Emiliano N.; Schiavetti, Alexandre Ensayo May 1, 2017 13228
Saving Coral Reefs By Studying How Fish Eat. Apr 11, 2017 363
Alaska clean water advocacy: mining and salmon don't mix. Cohen, Gershon Jun 22, 2016 1157
Adina Merenlender: Building a new mode of extension for biodiversity conservation. Downing, Jim Apr 1, 2016 2126
Loss of biodiversity in a conservation unit of the Brazilian Atlantic Forest: the effect of introducing non-native fish species/Perda de biodiversidade em uma unidade de conservacao da Mata Atlantica brasileira: efeitos da introducao de especies nao nativas de peixes. Fragoso-Moura, E.N.; Oporto, L.T.; Maia-Barbosa, P.M.; Barbosa, F.A.R. Feb 1, 2016 5455
No-fishing scheme in Great Barrier Reef succeeds with valuable fishes: coral trout thrive but protection helps less with other species. Milius, Susan May 2, 2015 682
A string of jewels worth saving: funding from Gulf BP settlement helps preserve rare dune lakes of Walton County. Mashburn, Ed May 1, 2015 1377
Summer diet characteristics of North American river otters (Lontra canadensis) in central Illinois. Fretueg, Gregory R.; Martin, Terrance J.; Widga, Chris; Ruez, Dennis R., Jr. Apr 1, 2015 5474
Marine protection zones enshrined off Northumberland coast; Wildlife leaders have welcomed plans to create marine protection areas in the North Sea off the Northumberland coast. Feb 2, 2015 991
Distribution and status of the state-endangered redspotted sunfish Lepomis miniatus in Illinois. Tiemann, Jeremy S.; Thomas, Trent; Epifanio, John Report Jan 1, 2015 2280
Current status and historic range of one of Illinois' rarest fish. Sherwood, Joshua L.; Wylie, Daniel B. Report Jan 1, 2015 2540
Flow simulation in the orifice and weir fishways (case study: diversion dam of Karkhe). Alipour, Rouholah; Nohani, Ebrahim Case study Dec 15, 2014 1831
Fishes of marine protected areas near La Jolla, California. Hastings, P.A.; Craig, M.T.; Erisman, B.E.; Hyde, J.R.; Walker, H.J. Dec 1, 2014 17597
Time to protect cod habitat. Fleming, Roger Sep 16, 2014 740
Protecting cashes ledge: remarkable ocean habitat under threat. Brooks, Priscilla Jun 22, 2014 563
More concerted efforts urged to protect nation's coral reefs. Jun 4, 2014 283
Model distribution of silver chub (Macrhybopsis storeriana) in Western Lake Erie. McKenna, James E., Jr.; Castiglione, Chris Author abstract Feb 1, 2014 4407
Between a bog and a hard place: biologists in Washington State are calculating the best way to save crucial habitat for the Cascades frog. Wagner, Eric Jan 1, 2014 955
Protecting ocean ecosystems: habitat protection under threat in New England. Jan 1, 2014 598
An ocean that's no longer wild: tagging project aims to help conserve sharks and rays. Lippsett, Lonny Interview Sep 22, 2013 1722
Osprey return is victory for country and conservation; Talk on the wild side Keith's column gives an insight into everyday wildlife and the interesting natural diversity you can expect to see throughout the year in the Aberdeen area as the seasons change. Column Aug 1, 2013 531
Juvenile alligator gar movement patterns in a disconnected floodplain habitat in Southeast Missouri. Solomon, Levi E.; Phelps, Quinton E.; Herzog, David P.; Kennedy, Christopher J.; Taylor, Michael S. Apr 1, 2013 4406
Defining success under the Endangered Species Act. Mar 22, 2013 818
Saving the salmon; Fish-sitters nourish future. Mar 12, 2013 923
Fishes of the Taquari-Antas river basin (Patos Lagoon Basin), southern Brazil/Peixes da bacia do rio Taquari-Antas (sistema da Laguna dos Patos), sul do Brasil. Becker, F.G.; De Fries, L.C.C.; Ferrer, J.; Bertaco, V.A.; Luz-Agostinho, K.D.G.; Silva, J.F.P.; Car Feb 1, 2013 6844
The extraordinary effort to save sockeye salmon. Jan 22, 2013 959
In The Know: Tubbataha Reefs. Jan 18, 2013 250
Coming to terms with wilderness: the Wilderness Act and the problem of wildlife restoration. Kammer, Sean Jan 1, 2013 22324
'Divided loyalties' hamper wild fisheries protection: Justice Cohen. Dec 1, 2012 1042
Thermal requirements of the bonytail (Gila elegans): application to propagation and thermal-regime management of rivers of the Colorado River Basin. Kappenman, Kevin M.; Cureton, Elijah S.; Ilgen, Jason; Toner, Matt; Fraser, William C.; Kindschi, Gr Report Dec 1, 2012 7105
Wading out of the Tilla-Muck: reducing timber harvests in the Tillamook and Clatsop state forests, and protecting rural timber economies through ecosystem service programs. Wigington, Tim G. Sep 22, 2012 26843
A critical discussion of critical habitat designations: is compliance with the National Environmental Policy Act required? Coleman, Mele N. Sep 22, 2012 21195
Protected areas show ravaged reefs can recover. Aug 3, 2012 816
Grizzly Bear Recovery, whitebark pine, and adequate regulatory mechanisms under the Endangered Species Act. Erickson, Andrew B. Jun 22, 2012 15978
Pakistan fish, shrimp resources on the decline. Jun 10, 2012 529
Wilderness, water, and climate change. Zellmer, Sandra Jan 1, 2012 33210
Oregon's public trust doctrine: public rights in waters, wildlife, and beaches. Blumm, Michael C.; Doot, Erika Jan 1, 2012 24285
Salmon Plan III gets hook. Editorial Aug 4, 2011 525
Status, distribution, and habitat preferences of the stripetail darter Etheostoma kennicotti and spottail darter Etheostoma squamiceps in the Shawnee National Forest, Illinois. Tiemann, Jeremy S.; Sherwood, Joshua L. Report Jul 1, 2011 3499
Decision-making in the face of uncertainty: restoring fish passage in the Lemhi Basin. Tyre, Andrew J. Jun 22, 2011 899
Ecosystem-based management for protected species in the North Pacific Fisheries. Heltzel, Jeannie M.; Witherell, David; Wilson, William J. Jun 22, 2011 11494
Bringing endangered species to the classroom. Waller, Pat Report May 1, 2011 2328
Distribution of Lake sturgeon in New York: 11 years of restoration management. Chalupnicki, Marc A.; Dittman, Dawn E.; Carlson, Douglas M. Apr 1, 2011 2915
Weapons testing and endangered fish coexist in Florida. Jelks, Howard; Tate, Bill; Jordan, Frank Mar 22, 2011 746
Conservation of migratory species in a changing climate: strategic behavior and policy design. Miller, Kathleen A. Mar 22, 2011 11408
Habitat reserve problem-solving: desperately seeking sophisticated intermediaries. Colburn, Jamison E. Mar 22, 2011 20310
A conservation agenda for the Pantanal's biodiversity/Uma agenda de conservacao para a biodiversidade do Pantanal. Alho, C.J.R.; Sabino, J. Feb 1, 2011 6135
Quantifying, monitoring, and tracking "take" under the Endangered Species Act: the promise of a more informed approach to consultation. Totoiu, Jason Jan 1, 2011 18887
Scientific certainty thresholds in fisheries management: a response to a changing climate. Kutil, Sarah M. Jan 1, 2011 20885
Forests for fish: in Marin County, California, efforts to protect the endangered Coho salmon have led to conservation work and controversial county ordinances. Pell, Sheila Jan 1, 2011 2625
Dear EarthTalk: Why did 34 million wild sockeye salmon return to the Fraser River in British Columbia this year? The run had been declining for 20 years before now. B., David Dec 26, 2010 529
Asymmetric conservation benefits of circle hooks in multispecies billfish recreational fisheries: a synthesis of hook performance and analysis of blue marlin (Makaira nigricans) postrelease survival. Graves, John E.; Horodysky, Andrij Z. Report Oct 1, 2010 6361
Abundance and distribution of Atlantic sturgeon (Acipenser oxyrinchus) within the Northwest Atlantic Ocean, determined from five fishery-independent surveys. Dunton, Keith J.; Jordaan, Adrian; McKown, Kim A.; Conover, David O.; Frisk, Michael G. Report Oct 1, 2010 7921
Fish on drugs: the mellowing of minnows and other consequences of antidepressants in the water. Knopper, Melissa Sep 1, 2010 850
Commerce trumps science at CITES, threatened sharks and bluefin tuna still at risk. Apr 7, 2010 484
Commerce trumps science at CITES, threatened sharks and bluefin tuna still at risk. Apr 6, 2010 484
Flora of the Erie Islands: a review of floristic, ecological and historical research and conservation activities, 1976-2010. Duncan, Thomas; Kartesz, John; Oldham, Michael J. Apr 1, 2010 10849
Commerce trumps science at CITES, threatened sharks and bluefin tuna still at risk. Mar 29, 2010 484
Commerce trumps science at CITES, threatened sharks and bluefin tuna still at risk. Mar 28, 2010 484
A fish tale: a small fish, the ESA, and our shared future. Goble, Dale D. Mar 22, 2010 12624
Genetic variability and estimation of effective population sizes of the natural populations of green arowana, Scleropages formosus in Peninsular Malaysia. Rahman, Shafiqur; Zakaria-Ismail, Mohd; Tang, Pek Yee; Rizman-Idid, Mohd; Muniandy, Sekeran Report Jan 1, 2010 5015
Full circle: how fish poop--or lack of it--affects global warming. Kennedy, Ryan David Jan 1, 2010 539
Release salmon findings. Editorial Dec 26, 2009 680
Right plan can save salmon and the hydroelectric dams. Oct 10, 2009 565
The fish community of the Sorocaba River Basin in different habitats (state of Sao Paulo, Brazil)/As comunidades de peixes da bacia do Rio Sorocaba, estado de Sao Paulo, Brasil em diferentes habitats (Sao Paulo, Brasil). Smith, W.S.; Petrere, M., Jr.; Barrella, W. Report Oct 1, 2009 6868
Barry to the wrasse-cue of coral sea: he's a two metre long wrasse, known to his friends as Barry (although no one really knows why), and now he's the face of a new campaign to save the Coral Sea. Introducing ... Barry! Smyth, Chris Cover story Oct 1, 2009 562
Identifying Ontario's biodiversity: how field guides help conserve endangered species. Burridge, Mary Sep 22, 2009 875
An improved salmon plan. Editorial Sep 17, 2009 628
Joint marine agency to save our seas. May 21, 2009 597
Victory at the beach. Fitzgerald, Brett Brief article May 1, 2009 291
Rough waters: one of the world's most turbulent rivers is home to a wide array of fish species. Now, large dams are threatening their future. Norlander, Britt Apr 20, 2009 1097
Intruders! New York's battle to stop the spread of invasive species. Surprenant, Leslie Cover story Apr 1, 2009 2287
Puget Sound Energy Begins $50 Million Projects to Protect Baker River Salmon. Apr 1, 2009 553
Stabilize PUFA-rich oils from salmon heads. Apr 1, 2009 358
Roanoke Cement Company, Trout Unlimited Team Up to Save Fish Habitats. Mar 23, 2009 414
Helpers save 1,000 stranded Glen salmon; in association with Environment Agency. Feb 10, 2009 435
Thirty-five years of the endangered species act. Gifford, Krishna; Crouse, Deborah Jan 1, 2009 1358
Using Section 7 as a recovery tool. Shelley, Kevin; Crouse, Deborah; Chan, Jeffrey; Converse, Sarah J.; LaTier, Andrea; Morey, Steve; Sc Jan 1, 2009 1312
A natural connection: USGS and endangered species research. Muir, Rachel; Scott, J. Michael Dec 22, 2008 1638
One man's swamp is a fish's nursery: the ear bones of fish provide clues to help protect critical habitats for juvenile coral reef fish. McMahon, Kelton Cover story Dec 1, 2008 1297
Nabbed at the border--Erie County. Brief article Oct 1, 2008 128
Ugly to some, tasty to others: this fish needs protection fast. Brief article Sep 22, 2008 264
A natural connection: USGS and endangered species research. Muir, Rachel; Scott, J. Michael Sep 22, 2008 1661
Demographic processes influencing population viability of the Iowa Pleistocene snail (Discus macclintocki). Clark, William R.; Henry, Catherine J.; Dettman, Connie L. Jul 1, 2008 6242
Restoring endangered species on the Pueblo of Santa Ana. Nishida, Catherine; Schroeder, Nathan Jun 22, 2008 923
Penobscot Indian Nation aids river restoration. Haas, Ann Jun 22, 2008 428
Adaptive management at warm springs. Olson, Doug Jun 22, 2008 491
Protecting migration routes. Jun 22, 2008 1445
Protect our strongholds of salmon. Jun 17, 2008 594
State, Forest Society in salmon project. Brief article Jun 6, 2008 300
Views wanted on bid to protect salmon and sea trout. Jun 3, 2008 277
Efforts to protect fish navigate legal channels. May 8, 2008 711
Children leap at chance to help in salmon campaign; FARM & COUNTRY. Mar 20, 2008 205
Restoration of urban lakes through aeration (A case study of Bhopal lakes). Verma, Neelam Mar 1, 2008 7023
To save the Rogue River, its wilderness area must be expanded. Feb 1, 2008 646
BIODIVERSITY : ACTION PLAN OUTLINES MEASURES TO PROTECT ENDANGERED SPECIES. Jun 22, 2007 429
FISHERIES COUNCIL : MINISTERS AGREE MEASURES FOR CONSERVATION OF MIGRATORY SPECIES. May 9, 2007 599
The National Fish Hatchery System. Leon, Stuart C. Apr 1, 2007 414
The Environmental Contaminants Program. Schexnider, Cindy Mar 1, 2007 835
NFHS responds to an emerging conservation challenge. Bakal, Robert Mar 1, 2007 894
Forging partnerships for habitat restoration. Miranda-Castro, Leopoldo Jan 1, 2007 954
Nesting success of Kemp's ridley sea turtles, Lepidochelys kempi, at Rancho Nuevo, Tamaulipas, Mexico, 1982-2004. Witzell, W.N.; Burchfield, P.M.; Pena, L.J.; Marquez-M., R.; Ruiz-M, G. Jan 1, 2007 3365
Big fish are mostly gone: our demand for large amounts of inexpensive fish is emptying the ocean. Ovetz, Robert Sep 22, 2006 609
Potential use of offshore marine structures in rebuilding an overfished rockfish species, bocaccio (Sebastes paucispinis). Love, Milton S.; Schroeder, Donna M.; Lenarz, William; MacCall, Alec; Bull, Ann Scarborough; Thorste Jul 1, 2006 4367
Do oil and gas platforms off California reduce recruitment of bocaccio (Sebastes paucispinis) to natural habitat? An analysis based on trajectories derived from high-frequency radar. Emery, Brian M.; Washburn, Libe; Love, Milton S.; Nishimoto, Mary M.; Ohlmann, J. Carter Jul 1, 2006 5795
Species-aid budget looks fishy. Brief Article Feb 25, 2006 185
COMMISSION TO EXTEND ANCHOVY FISHING BAN IN BAY OF BISCAY. Brief Article Sep 14, 2005 283
NORTH SEA AND SKAGERRAK SANDEEL FISHERY CLOSED UNTIL END OF YEAR. Brief Article Jul 16, 2005 193
The year of the fish. Bergum, Emily; Curtis, Marissa; Gelatt, Amy; Slagel, Lauren Dec 1, 2004 1457
Buying Nemo. Osterhoudt, Sarah Jul 1, 2004 510
EU/MEDITERRANEAN: NEW PROFESSIONAL FISH ASSOCIATION. May 5, 2004 380
New records of Alabama fishes. Howell, W. Mike; Davenport, L.J.; Jenkins, Ronald L. Jan 1, 2004 1154
Conservation and Recovery of Southeastern Imperiled Fishes. Bibb, Kelly Ann May 1, 2003 977
Gila chub (Gila intermedia). Brief Article May 1, 2003 201
Biscayne's waters could be protected: planning under way to preserve coral reefs and boost fish stocks. (Marine Preservation). Mar 1, 2003 677
Protecting the Peace ... the Fish ... Brief Article Oct 1, 2001 355
NIST ASSISTS THE U.S. BUREAU OF RECLAMATION. Brief Article Nov 1, 2000 126
Tipping the Scales. HIERTA, EBBA Jul 1, 1999 2427
Damning Dams. Robbins, Elaine Jan 1, 1999 1134
Workshop Examines "Lifeblood of the West". Ikenson, Ben Jan 1, 1999 743
LISTING ACTIONS. Nov 1, 1998 981
Partners for Fish and Wildlife: A New Name for a Growing Program. Arnold, Jack Sep 1, 1998 956
Native Trout Rebound in the Blackfoot River. Neudecker, Greg Sep 1, 1998 618
Atlantic Salmon Watershed Collaborative. Wright, Jed Sep 1, 1998 720
REGIONAL NEWS & RECOVERY UPDATES. Sep 1, 1998 2465
Planet ocean: could the vast ocean, which covers more than 70 percent of Earth's surface, be immune to human threat? Don't bet on it! West, Tracey Apr 13, 1998 869
Recovery Success for Four Listed Fish. Shute, Peggy; Shute, J.R.; Rakes, Patrick L.; Biggins, Richard G. Mar 1, 1998 789
LISTING ACTIONS. Mar 1, 1998 1523
REGIONAL NEWS & RECOVERY UPDATES. Nov 1, 1997 1844

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