Fish and Aquatic Conservation Program
Pacific Region: Idaho, Oregon, Washington, Hawai'i

Reports and Publications

Pacific Region Fisheries Program biologists work collaboratively with other scientists to publish reports or studies detailing research and fieldwork on a variety of topics relating to the conservation and management of inter-jurisdictional fishes, hatchery production, threatened and endangered aquatic species, non-indigenous aquatic nuisance species, habitat restoration, and other high priority aquatic resources.

In This Section You Can:

Read the Pacific Region Fish and Aquatic Conservation Program Climate Change Vulnerability Assessments:


Visit the Reports and Publications pages of Pacific Region Fisheries Program field stations:

Annual Program Highlights Reports

Net Worth: The Economic Value of Fisheries Conservation

68,000 American jobs are attributable to the economic contribution of the national Fisheries Program; for every $1 invested into our federal program results in a $28 return to our economy.

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Learn more about the economic benefits of habitat restoration activities in the Columbia River Basin


Cover of the Winter 2011 Edition of Eddies

Read Eddies, The Service Fishery Resources' Award-Winning Quarterly Publication

Eddies: Reflections on Fisheries Conservation

Eddies Receives 2011 Honors! (News Release)

Browse Servicewide Scientific Publications:

Visit the Service's Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management:


Last updated: August 18, 2020

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