American Institute of Fisheries Research Biologists

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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...

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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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Providence Business News gets it right!

John Lee, a reporter for The Providence Business News, tackles the potentially complex and confusing subject of the impact of increasing ocean temps on fisheries and fisheries management. His article starts out “Fishery management...

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For a different perspective on fisheries management….

I have written before about the shortcomings of the “blame it all on fishing” underpinnings of our management system (See Overfished or depleted? at http://fisheries.org/blogs/?p=5). Israeli fisheries consultant Menakhem Ben-Yami has recently published two...

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Founding Fellow—John B. Glude

John B. Glude was born on August 2, 1918, in Silverdale, Washington. He received a B.S. degree in Fisheries in 1939 from the University of Washington and an M.P.A. degree in 1969 from the...

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7 Reasons to Join AIFRB

7 Reasons to Join Now Give back to the profession of fishery science. Pay Dues „All of us were helped along the way by colleagues who wanted to protect fish and manage fisheries. Membership...

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Become a Member

There are multiple reasons to become part of the American Institute of Fishery Research Biologists.  Consider the following: You get to network with those in the field of Fisheries and other sciences. You will...