Pathogen-Resistant Salmon Stock May Signal Hope For The Upper Klamath River
Graduate Research Fellow Leah Mellinger finds promising results in the effort to restock the Upper Klamath River
Celebrate local this holiday season with a new California seafood finder
A new interactive website helps customers find local, sustainable seafood
How Ocean Conditions Change Rockfish Reproduction
A Q&A with recent NMFS-Sea Grant Fellow Sabrina Beyer
“Fishing for Meaning”
The underlying social significance of harvesting and eating seafood from urban San Diego Bay
Scientists study Pacific swordfish ecology for sustainable management
The swordfish industry is big business. By studying the genetics and movements of swordfish, scientists have begun to address important management questions for this elusive resource.
California’s sardines aren’t growing as large in warming oceans
Climate change sardines may impact fisheries and food webs.