American Institute of Fisheries Research Biologists

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Briefs – the Official Newsletter of AIFRB

BRIEFS is the newsletter of the American Institute of Fishery Research Biologists.  It is published six times a year, and is intended to communicate the professional activities and accomplishments of the Institute, its District,...

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Introduction

The American Institute of Fishery Research Biologists offers multiple awards for our members.  We believe our members should be recognized for their hard work, their research, their contributions, etc., from the time they are young...

Senior Scientist – IPHC

The International Pacific Halibut Commission is seeking a senior scientist to lead and supervise a diverse set of Commission research and management activities. These activities include ageing research and processing of biological age samples, directing...

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SCIENCE & SUSTAINABILITY 2014

SCIENCE & SUSTAINABILITY 2014 OCTOBER 27-30, 2014 – NEW ORLEANS JW MARRIOTT From the Gulf of Mexico to the Globe: Top Scientists Review the Status, Trends & Advancements in the Sustainability of Fisheries Our...

Cooperative Halibut Research With USSR

Cooperative Halibut Research With USSR The International Pacific Halibut Commission (IPHC) announced the completion of a cooperative cruise with Soviet scientists…. (click to open document-> CooperativeHalibutResearchWithUSSR)

Galveston Biological Laboratory Fishery Research, June 1960

Galveston Biological Laboratory Fishery Research, June 1960 The Gulf of Mexico fisheries are still expanding steadily. In 1959 the total catch exceeded one billion pounds… (click to open document-> Galveston Biological Laboratory Fishery Research)

Herring Spawning Surveys In Southeastern Alaska

Herring Spawning Surveys In Southeastern Alaska Aerial surveys to observe milt clouds produced by spawning herring in Southeastern Alaska waters hold promise as a method for assessing the extent of spawn deposition…. (click to...