Unless researchers can pull off a genetic rescue, the triple-whammy of warmer temperatures, oxygen-starved waters and a newly discovered parasite may soon obliterate the few survivors
Efforts to restore candy darter populations are underway, but their genes live on in other fish and raise thorny questions for conservation biologists
Scientists say the "ghost dams" scattered throughout the country's waterways pose ecological risks
Thousands of U.S. dams could be removed to restore important fish habitat without impacting hydropower generation, experts say
Building on a national movement, Talia Young's high school students sell fish directly to their community
Ridding the seas of lionfish, one taco at a time
It’s a big problem for the fish living in it.
Marine biologist Alex Vagelli has devoted the last 20 years of his life to studying the endangered Banggai cardinalfish and fighting for its protection
Proposed changes to the Magnuson-Stevens Act, our nation’s fishery management law, would compound problems for the nation’s fish
Aquaponic farming is catching on despite challenges
Buckets in hand, ecologists scramble to save the threatened Santa Ana sucker
If fish feel pain and pleasure, what should we do?
A genetic technique offers new perspective on life in New York City’s rivers
A Chinese fishing technique could slow Asian carp’s steady march toward the Great Lakes
Even trace amounts of crude oil may cause heart defects in developing fish
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