Southeastern Fishes Council
Dedicated to the Conservation of Southeastern Fishes
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In the News
"Imperiled Fishes and Aquatic Communities Across the Southern Landscape Spatiotemporal Data Bases for the 21st Century"
Held at the annual meeting of the American Fisheries Society, Tampa, Florida, August 29, 1995
Status of Fish Collection in the South: Their Value and Uses as Documentation Centers of Diversity.
Biodiversity and Conservation of Fishes in the South: Lesson from Historical Ecology.
A GIS Database of Mississippi Fishes: Approach, Problems, and Application to Conservation Issues.
Dusting Off the Jars: Using Museum Collection in Studies of Fish Ecology and Fisheries Management.
Ecological and Taxonomic Approaches to Recognizing the Diversity of Fish Assembleges in Virginia.
Texas Freshwater Fish Assemblages Following Three Decades of Environmental Change.
Stream Fish Assemblages in Arkansas Uplands: Quantifying Variance in Space and Time by use of Historical Collections.
Correlates of Demise: Case of the Southern Appalachia Fish Fauna.
Navigation-Related Changes in the Alabama River Fish Community Over a 20-Year Interval.
Fish Community Structure and Land-use in an Alabama Watershed (Chattahoochee River System): Methodology and Results from Halawakee Creek.
Use of Historic Freshwater Mussel Data in the Management of Aquatic Resources of the Apalachicola River Basin.
Tracking Introduced Fishes in the Southeastern United States.