A research team is learning how to listen to the sounds fish make with specially designed underwater camera rigs, enabling less invasive monitoring.
The largest study of reef sharks and rays in the world has wrapped up its field component, which involved monitoring and data collection with underwater BRUVS units.
A MBARI engineering team has developed an underwater camera system to help monitor threatened species of rockfish that live among rocks at the ocean floor.
A new interagency collaboration has developed research recommendations that may allow more effective tracking of endangered California salmon.
Treated wastewater contains SSRIs, compounds that impair ecologically relevant behavior in fish, rendering them vulnerable to predators.
Unusually soft water is killing salmon smolts released from hatcheries; scientists are working to find ways around this water chemistry problem.
Scientists find that toxic chemicals can affect freshwater in far smaller amounts than previously thought — and that combined effects may be unexpected.
Bassmaster Elite Angler Brandon Card shares some tips on finding and catching big spawning bass.
Great Lakes researcher and tournament angler Jeff Elliott gives some pro tips on how to catch more fish on the ice with a SondeCAM underwater fishing camera.
Jeff Elliott shares some tips on how to catch more keepers on the ice with an underwater fishing camera.
Non-native bass have had impacts on native fish species in Ontario lakes, according to scientists from the University of Toronto.
After a commercial fishing ban, Purdue University scientists lead a study finding quick recovery of Lake Michigan yellow perch maturation schedules.
Western Illinois University investigators sample native fish on the Illinois River to gauge their preferences for eating Asian Carp, as a control method.