San Joaquin Shad

We sometimes get asked whether American shad live in the San Joaquin River basin. The answer is – Yes!  Although the American shad (Alosa sappadissma) is native Read More…

Macroinvertebrates Meet Microplastics

Our planet is awash in plastic. It’s ubiquitous, takes hundreds of years to degrade, and more is constantly being produced. Numerous studies have assessed plastic making its Read More…

Flashback Friday: Rainbow of Options

With juvenile salmon outmigration monitoring underway, we are also testing the efficiency of our rotary screw traps. Efficiency tests require marking fish, which means things can get Read More…

Photo Friday: Working Underwater

Working in water is a given when it comes to studying fish, but it can also present some challenges for installing equipment. Today's Photo Friday features shots Read More…

Hunting with Dogs in Laos

Pakpee village in the Nan District of Laos is home to the Lao Theung ethnic minority group. The village is located at the borders of Luang Prabang Read More…