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  • Increase In Predation Revealed in Salmon Study

    Increase In Predation Revealed in Salmon Study

    More young Atlantic salmon are being eaten by striped bass than was previously believed. That’s according to the Atlantic Salmon Federation.

  • Fishing Study Volunteers Needed

    Fishing Study Volunteers Needed

    If you have a flexible schedule, love to fish and chat with other anglers, ODFW has a volunteer opportunity for you.

  • Study Shows "Ecosystem Cascade" Affecting Salmon

    Study Shows "Ecosystem Cascade" Affecting Salmon

    Fisheries Ecology Division Interpreting relationships between species and their environments is crucial to inform ecosystem-based management (EBM), a priority for NOAA Fisheries. EBM recognizes the diverse interactions within an ecosystem — including human impacts — so NOAA Fisheries can consider resource tradeoffs that help protect and sustain productive ecosystems and the services they provide.

  • Dolphins more likely to suffer injury if humans feed them, study says

    Dolphins more likely to suffer injury if humans feed them, study says

    A new study conducted in Sarasota Bay concludes that wild dolphins are more likely to suffer injury if humans feed them.

  • Petition on Ethanol Policy

    Petition on Ethanol Policy

    Boat Owners Association of The United States (BoatUS) is asking its more than half-million members – and any recreational boat owner concerned with having a safe fuel supply – to petition the Trump administration and Congress to reform the ethanol mandate, also known as the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS).

  • Black Sea Bass Study Underway

    Black Sea Bass Study Underway

    The Atlantic Coastal Fish Habitat Partnership (ACFHP) has established a new collaborative project with the University of Maryland Eastern Shore(UMES), Mid-Atlantic Fishery Management Council (Council), and National Fish Habitat Fund (Fund) to study black sea bass habitat characteristics, fish abundance, and fish diets in the Mid-Atlantic.

  • Male Smallmouth Bass Bear Eggs

    Male Smallmouth Bass Bear Eggs

    Researchers believe the condition results from agricultural runoff in the Missisquoi River watershed, an area where farmers already face scrutiny for phosphorus pollution that promotes blue-green algae blooms in Lake Champlain.

  • DNR Requests Angler Assistance in Lake Michigan Smallmouth Study

    DNR Requests Angler Assistance in Lake Michigan Smallmouth Study

    Tagged smallmouth bass being held by DNR employeeThe Department of Natural Resources is requesting help from anglers in an ongoing study of smallmouth bass in northern Lake Michigan.

  • Pond study at Salamonie Lake

    Pond study at Salamonie Lake

    Families are invited to get muddy and explore the diversity of life at the Wildlife Management Pond at Salamonie Lake, Aug. 1. The pond study meets at 10:30 a.m. at Salamonie Interpretive Center and runs for about an hour. Participants should wear clothes they don't mind getting dirty.