Fieldwork to formalities

Researching fish in the Mekong Basin of Southeast Asia is about a lot more than fieldwork and data collection. We also spend time with the teams for Read More…

The measure of a fish

As part of our continuing conservation efforts in the Mekong, our FISHBIO Conservation Director, Harmony Patricio, works with local field technicians to measure the true value of Read More…

FISHBIO outmigration monitoring?

No, these fishers aren't part of our FISHBIO field research crew that have given up on more modern outmigration sampling methods. They are subsistence fishers that know Read More…

Cantilever contraption

Throughout history all over the world humans have devised a variety of methods to catch fish. Although we may favor rod and reel with light line to Read More…

Mekong Fish and Spirit Traps

This fish trap on the Mekong River of southern Laos is strategically located at some rapids that the locals call “Spirit Trap” Falls. Most Lao people will Read More…

FISHBIO research in Laos

The Mekong River of Southeast Asia travels 4,909 km, all the way from the Tibetan Plateau through China, Burma (Myanmar), Thailand, Lao PDR (Laos), Cambodia and Vietnam. Read More…