Praying for a Close-Up

Have you ever had that feeling like you were being watched? Recently, on one of our daily weir checks, two of our field technicians had the sneaking Read More…

Have antenna, will travel

When it comes to fisheries technology, we like to think that if you can imagine it, we can build it. So when we wanted to show people Read More…

The Ich Factor

As the seasons change and the days grow shorter, the Chinook salmon spawning season in the Klamath Basin is well underway. As salmon return to the Klamath Read More…

Smoking hot

You might have noticed from previous blog posts (see Garden bounty and Pepper harvest) that FISHBIO loves gardening. Our company garden, aptly named FISHBIO Farms, grows some Read More…

Fish models: a (brief) history

In a previous Fish Report (The Salmon Mega-model), we discussed the very important role that mathematical models play in fisheries management. These models have quite an extensive Read More…

Landlocked Chinook salmon discovered in Oregon

With the fall migration of Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) in full swing along the Pacific coast, students across the region are learning the classic salmon life cycle: fish Read More…

Ghouls, goblins, and glowing fish

For those of you getting ready to enjoy the ghouls, goblins, and glow of jack-o-lanterns this evening, be prepared to get chilled to the bone. Here in 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…

Fish and Fukushima

The largest-ever discharge of radionuclides into the ocean from Japan’s Fukushima Daiichi nuclear reactor meltdown in 2011 prompted many health concerns. However, as we described in our Read More…

Measuring up

As we approach the peak of the adult salmon run in our local rivers, our FABLAB has been busy preparing for the upcoming juvenile outmigration-monitoring season this Read More…