Castello, L. et al. 2017.  Fish yields vary with land cover on the Amazon river-floodplain.  Fish...
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Advocates of huge hydroelectric dam projects on the Amazon, Congo, and Mekong rivers often overestimate...
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  Hydrological connectivity regulates the structure and function of Amazonian freshwater ecosystems...
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Our program addresses fish and fisheries conservation problems
by adopting an interdisciplinary approach that places fish populations in a broad context that is ecosystem-based, includes humans, and focuses on policy.

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NEW Ph.D. Assistantship available

A highly qualified and motivated candidate is sought to develop a PhD study on the broad topic of fish and fisheries ecology, genetics, and conservation in the Jurua River in the Brazilian Amazon…

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Amazonian Fish Life History Revealed by Otoliths

Scientists know relatively little about the thousands of fish species living in the world’s largest river system — from the primitive, boney-tongued Arapaima that is the largest fish in the Amazon to giant catfishes that undertake some of the longest migrations…

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NEW GRADUATE COURSE

NEW GRADUATE COURSE FOR SPRING 2015 FIW 5984 : Systems Conservation of Animal Populations This course adopts an integrative approach to understanding problems of sustainable management

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