Scientific Supplies for Lao Students

Students in three rural villages in Laos now have some new tools for checking the health of their local rivers in streams. For several years, FISHBIO has Read More…

Photo Friday: Festive Fieldwork

Today's Photo Friday shows how even fisheries monitoring can put you in the Christmas spirit! Wishing everyone a very happy holiday!

Counting Herring

FISHBIO fabricators have adapted their weir building skills to suit a new species for our team: herring. We designed a novel custom rigid weir that was portable, Read More…

Rainbow Trout Hit Hard by Hot Water

The Stanislaus River is home to one of the largest populations of rainbow trout in California’s Central Valley, but a new report shows the fish have suffered Read More…

The essence of life

We all know water is the essence of life—it participates in vital chemical reactions that sustain us, grows the food we eat, and helps produce the electricity Read More…

Geeks rule

One study on coho salmon found that 75% of jacks passed on their genes, whereas only 58% of older, larger males were successful at reproducing. During mating, Read More…