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Historic changes in water quality or lake surface elevation and their impact on endangered adult suckers in the Klamath Basin

Managing the Upper Klamath Basin to meet its many desired uses requires a delicate balance. The shortnose sucker (Koptu) and both lake-spawning and...

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Western Fisheries Research Center at National American Fisheries Society Meeting

This August, the National American Fisheries Society met in Spokane, WA, for the 152nd annual meeting.  Fisheries managers, biologists, professors...

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Examining Food Web Dynamics in Washington Lakes

The WFRC Ecology Section examines how environmental variability, human activities and infrastructure influence food web interactions and species...

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USGS Signs Pacific Lamprey Conservation Agreement

The USGS has been participating in the Pacific Lamprey Conservation Initiative (PLCI) since 2008. This fall, the USGS took the next step and...

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Congratulations to Joe Warren for Winning this Issue’s Photo Contest!

USGS Western Fisheries Research Center (WFRC) Fish Biologist, Joe Warren, is the winner of this issues photo contest. The image shows opening day of...

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WFRC Scientist Emeritus Jim Winton Honored in Journal Dedication

This summer, a special issue of the journal, Animals was dedicated to Dr. Winton.

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Director’s Message – Our New Strategic Plan

Our Center’s Strategic Plan for the Next Five Years

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Friday's Findings - December 2nd 2022

Title: Using the Stream Salmonid Simulator (S3) to assess the effect of flow management on mortality of juvenile Chinook Salmon caused by the...

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Congratulations to Amy Hansen for Winning this Issue’s Photo Contest!

USGS Western Fisheries Research Center (WFRC) Biologist, Amy Hansen, is the winner of our first newsletter photo contest.

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Director's Message

One of our most significant challenges in environmental science and management is convincing humanity that its worth changing our behaviors to improve...

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