Living on the edge

The Devils Hole pupfish (Cyprinodon diabolis) lives in the hot, alkaline, and low-oxygen waters of Devils Hole, Nevada, where the water can reach a scalding 34° C Read More…

Warming oceans alter fish catches

As global temperatures creep higher on land and at sea, animals generally face two options to cope with changing conditions: adapt or move. Land-based species may climb Read More…

King tides: a preview of sea level rise

Water surged over roadways and spilled onto sidewalks along the coast last week as California witnessed a king tide event, or the highest (and lowest) tides of Read More…

Alpine snorkeling

Can there possibly be a superior work environment than high in the Sierra Nevada Mountains? We think not. FISHBIO biologists recently enjoyed this magnificent scenery while conducting Read More…