Tag Archives: salmon

Getting a clue on population variability

Two papers were just published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences by friends and former colleagues of mine from the University of Washington. Both of these papers confront an old and persistent question in fisheries science: what … Continue reading

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Kasatochi’s Ash and the Fraser River Sockeye

Did a perfectly-timed volcanic eruption temporarily raise a crashing salmon run from the dead? That is the question posed in a short opinion paper by Timothy Parsons and Frank Whitney, both of Fisheries and Oceans Canada, in the current issue … Continue reading

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Carnival of the Blue XLVI

Welcome to the 45th Carnival of the Blue! In the nick of time, the submissions arrived, and I didn’t have to follow through on my threat to replace this month’s Carnival of the Blue with Carnival of the Bieber. ┬áSo … Continue reading

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More Weird Animal Sex From Isabella Rossellini

Oh Hell Yes. Isabella Rosselini is back with more of her supremely weird construction paper animal sex films. The new show, “Seduce Me,” is the continuation of her “Green Porno” project, and is available for free on the Sundance Channel’s … Continue reading

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