MSc student Tony Rodger was awarded the Outstanding Fisheries Student Award at the 2014 annual meeting of the Texas Chapter of the American Fisheries Society.
Texas chapter members and their supporters contribute significantly to our understanding of fish ecology, fisheries management, and recreational fishing both within the state and nation. At our 2013 Lake Conroe meeting, we recognized individuals and organizations making outstanding contributions both to our chapter and fisheries science. The summaries below offer only a brief glimpse into the broad, important contributions each of our awardees has made. Special Recognition – Kirk Winemiller Dr. Winemiller who is a Regents professor at Texas A&M, his students, and collaborators have studied riverine and fish… Read More →
Environmental Flows research was highlighted in the Texas Water Resources Institute’s Summer 2012 edition of txH2O. Running the Rivers Scientists say 2011 drought showed importance of environmental flows regulations Read complete article at http://twri.tamu.edu/publications/txh2o/summer-2012/running-the-rivers/ Determining and maintaining the balance between ecological and human needs has not been easy, and hundreds of stakeholders and scientists have participated in the process. “The Instream Flow Program was my entry point into the Texas water wars,” said Dr. Kirk Winemiller, a Regents Professor in the Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences at Texas A&M University…. Read More →