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The Biology of Harvest

In Science Friday by Sophia Kaelke

In the first of our five-part series, Nick Chambers discusses why density dependence is important to fishery management and how density dependence is used to understand production potential of habitat and to develop escapement goals.

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An Attempt to Breed Better Biters Has an Unexpected Twist With Implications for Broodstock Collection

In Science Friday by John McMillan

On Oregon’s Alsea River a broodstock program is raising fish using both angler-caught fish and those fish that swim into the hatchery trap. These data beg the question of whether offspring of angler-caught broodstock would be more likely to be caught by anglers than offspring of adults that voluntarily swam into a trap. We dig into a recent study examining this in this edition of Science Friday.