Sticky Mess Success

As anyone who’s worked in tidal mudflats knows, even the simplest tasks – like walking – can become surprisingly difficult in muddy terrain. While our biologists are Read More…

Film Friday: How To Assemble a Sonar Mount

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9jU8VSUQgmI&t In this week's Film Friday, our expert fabricator Jeremy Pombo walks through how to assemble FISHBIO's custom mount for the DIDSON and ARIS sonar cameras. We Read More…

Hyacinth woes: from a gift to a curse

In 1884, the visiting Japanese delegation to the World’s Fair in New Orleans handed out a seemingly innocuous gift to fair attendees. This gift, a beautiful flowering Read More…

Technology for teachers

While FISHBIO has worked with many a student during classroom visits as part of our Three Rivers Education Program, we recently hosted an event just for teachers. Read More…

Seeing what lies below

Counting migratory fish, studying fish behavior, and visually assessing aquatic habitat can typically only occur in environments with clear and shallow water. In more turbid streams such Read More…

Seeing with sound

The dream of any fisheries biologist is being able to see what’s happening under the surface of the water. Often, this is accomplished through the use of Read More…