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Fellows are members who have made outstanding or meritorious contributions to the diversity of fields that are included in the American Fisheries Society.

Researchers found that effective small-scale fishing effort in the entire Mozambique Channel region grew slowly but steadily from around 386,000 kWdays in 1950 to around 23 million kWdays by 2016, with Mozambique and Madagascar dominating the upward trend.

“We brought an infrared camera mostly to see if we could find walruses, seals, and polar bears on the ice, but when we looked at the infrared footage, we saw these narwhals swimming."

Study found coral in more polluted and high traffic water handled extreme heat events better than a more remote, untouched reef.

Knowledge about resting metabolic rates or energy expenditures can lead to big, meaningful changes for the conservation of wild animals.

The Arctic tern—which has the world record for the longest annual migration—uses just a few select routes, a key finding that could help efforts to conserve the species

More than 50 years of studying Steller sea lion behaviour has yielded one of the most complete life history descriptions for any species of marine mammal.

Goal: to learn how polar bears find food and understand how they use wind to guide them in their search for prey.

Krillers dominate School of Information from start to finish, Win 14-4 in 5 innings

Softball team comes up short in 4 innings, loses 7-8.