Criteria for evaluating university fisheries programs: A report of the university program standards committee

I. R. Adelman, B. L. Griswold, J. L. Herring, B. W. Menzel, L. A. Nielsen, R. L. Noble, H. L. Schramm, J. D. Winter

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Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)13-16
Number of pages4
JournalFisheries
Volume15
Issue number2
DOIs
StatePublished - Mar 1990

Bibliographical note

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The project was funded by the Fish and Wildlife Service's National Ecology Research Center. We thank D. Asherin and J. Roelle for their assistance, C. Estes, J. Henriksen, D. Reiser, C. Stalnaker, and J. Zuboy for reviewing the manuscript, and the employees of the many agencies and firms who assisted us in collecting information.

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is leader of the unit and a professor in the Department of Zoology and Physiology, University of Wyoming. The Unit is jointly supported by the University of Wyoming, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department, and the Fish and Wildlife Service.

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June 10-17, 1990 - 21st Conference of the World Aguaculture Society. World Trade and Convention Ctr. , Halifax, Nova Scotia. For info: Ken Char-bonneau, Conference Services, National Research Council Canada, Bldg. M-19, Ottawa, ON K1A 0R6. 613/993-9009; Fax: 613/952-7928.

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Although DeWitt Gilbert (1896-1981) was the author of numerous fisheries articles, the material in this book was not intended for publication. Rather, the manuscript was left with his family as a personal record of his views and his extensive involvement with Pacific coast fisheries as editor of Pacific Fisherman magazine (now merged with National Fisherman) and as commissioner of the International Pacific Salmon Commission. Fortunately, through the foresight of Harold Lokken, director of the Seattle-based Pacific Fisheries Foundation, and with cooperation of individuals from the University of Washington School of Fisheries and Gilbert's family, his manuscript was resurrected and made available to the public.

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