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Western Fisheries Science News, September 2016 | Issue 4.9

Understanding Disease Outbreaks in Populations of Wild Marine Fishes

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International Recognition for Historic Elwha River Restoration

NEW DELHI, INDIA – The collaborative work of the U.S. Department of the Interior and the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe to restore the Elwha River of...

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New Study Details Endangered Southwestern Willow Flycatcher Habitat and New Threats

A new report by the U.S. Geological Survey shows, for the first time ever, detailed habitat information on the entire range of a federally listed...

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Western Fisheries Science News, August 2016 | Issue 4.8

Mesocosms Give Us the Fish-eye View into the Lives and Deaths of Endangered Suckers

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Western Fisheries Science News, July 2016 | Issue 4.7

Developing Water Temperature Models to Help Understand Fish Population Dynamics and Management Actions

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Western Fisheries Science News, June 2016 | Issue 4.6

New USGS and NOAA Collaboration in Alaska Will Help Gain Insight into Juvenile Chinook Salmon Distributions and Migrations

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Some Birds and Reptiles Vulnerable to Climate Change in the Southwestern US

New study offers insights to minimize projected climate impacts through proactive land-management activities

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Western Fisheries Science News, May 2016 | Issue 4.5

WFRC Welcomes Dr. Dave Beauchamp as New Ecology Section Chief

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USGS Scientists Receive Presidential Awards for Research on Earthquakes, Fish Disease, and Paleoclimate

The U.S. Geological Survey is celebrating the success of three distinguished researchers who are recipients of the Presidential Early Career Award for...

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Western Fisheries Science News, April 2016 | Issue 4.4

New WFRC Pump-house in Magnuson Park Provides Water for Scientific Research, Wetlands, Wildlife and Recreation

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New Pump-house in Magnuson Park Provides Water for Scientific Research, Wetlands, Wildlife and Recreation

The U.S. Geological Survey announced the completion of its new Western Fisheries Research Center pump-house structure in the southeast part of...

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Western Fisheries Science News, March 2016 | Issue 4.3

Understanding the Effects of Temperature on Diseases in Fish

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