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  1. A treatise of the law of waters and of sewers: including the law relating to rights in the sea, and rights in rivers, canals, dock companies, fisheries, mills, water-courses, &c. by Humphry W. 1795-1871 Woolrych, 2010-08-28
  2. Charting a new course: community-supported fishery project may help Maine fishing co-op stay afloat.: An article from: Rural Cooperatives by Dan Campbell, 2008-09-01
  3. Conservation, stay the course: Fisheries Resource Conservation Council report to the Minister of Fisheries and Oceans : 1995 conservation measures for Atlantic groundfish by Fisheries Resource Conservation Council (Canada), 1994
  4. Charting a new course: Towards the fishery of the future : report of the Task Force on Incomes and Adjustment in the Atlantic Fishery by Task Force on Incomes and Adjustment in the Atlantic Fishery, 1993
  5. Inland Aquaculture Engineering/F2729: Lectures Presented at the Adcp Inter-Regional Training Course in Inland Aquaculture Engineering, Budapest, 6 June-3 ... Programme (Series), Adcp/Rep/84/21.) by Adcp Inter-Regional Training Course in Inland Aquaculture Engineering, 1985-08
  6. The Two Lakes Third Fishery Management Training Course report, Two Lakes, Romsey, Hampshire, 1st-3rd October 1971
  7. Training course on the management of small-scale fisheries in the inland waters of Africa: Conceptual framework and approaches for the acquisition of key resource information (FAO fisheries circular) by Henry A Regier, 1982
  8. Use of Property Rights in Fisheries Management: Mini-Course Lectures and Core Co Fisheries Technical Papers (Fao Fisheries Technical Paper) by Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 2001-03
  9. Outline of a course in fisheries biology and management for commercial fisheries trainees (FAO fisheries circular) by David B Thomson, 1976
  10. Fishery science and related courses in North American colleges and universities, 1969 by Robert G Martin, 1969
  11. Report on the South Pacific fisheries training course conducted by the South Pacific Commission and the Food and Agriculture Organization at Noumea, New ... / Expanded Technical Assistance Program) by H. van Pel, 1957
  12. Substance of fish disease "long course" at Leetown, West Virginia, 1972-73 (Fisheries research report) by Warren G Yoder, 1973
  13. Announcement of Courses in the Susan Linn Sage School of Philosophy by Cornell University, 2010-10-14
  14. Fish feed technology: Lectures presented at the FAO/UNDP Training Course in Fish Feed Technology, held at the College of Fisheries, University of Washington, ... U.S.A., 9 October-15 December 1978

1. SFOS Fisheries Division: Fairbanks And Juneau
Courses of the Fisheries Division of the University of Alaska Fairbanks School of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences, located in Fairbanks and Juneau, Alaska. Overview. Admissions. Courses. Faculty. Staff. SFOS home. fisheries courses 20022003
http://www.sfos.uaf.edu/fishdiv/acad/degrees.html
Main Overview Admissions Courses ... SFOS home Fisheries Science Degrees The University of Alaska Fairbanks offers degree programs on the Fairbanks campus and at the Juneau Center, through the Fisheries Division of the School of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences. Freshwater fisheries and habitat ecology are emphasized at Fairbanks, and marine fisheries and aquaculture at Juneau. Students can take classes at one or both campuses as part of their degree program. Degrees offered are B.S., M.S. and Ph.D. in Fisheries. Undergraduate Program The undergraduate degree program is offered only at the Fairbanks campus, but courses also can be taken at the Juneau Center. The program provides a broad education, qualifying graduates to enter fisheries management, law enforcement, and public education. The fisheries program provides a firm foundation for graduate studies in fisheries science. The broad selection of Fisheries courses offered to under-graduates is listed here: Undergraduate Fisheries Courses Course # Title Credits Instructor MSL 111* The Oceans Fairbanks Staff FISH 380 Marine Fishes of Alaska Smith FISH 381 Biology of Commercially Important

2. Links: Courses In Fisheries And Aquaculture
Comprehensive listing of all the Aquaculture and fisheries courses available in the UK
http://www.fishknowledge.com/linkfe.htm
Links to Further Education Courses in Fisheries and Aquaculture This list is still being compiled. If you know of a course which is not listed here, please email Fishing.NewsBooks@oxon.blackwellpublishing.com UK:
British Universities and Colleges
Comprehensive listing of all the Aquaculture and Fisheries courses available in the UK
USA:
Auburn University Aquaculture and Fisheries Home Page
Information about the Aquaculture Training Program and Fisheries Programs offered at the University
Mote Marine Laboratory
College level intern programs are available in aspects of marine ecology
Purdue University Animal Sciences Department
Includes information on Aquaculture
University of California, Davis
Aquaculture and Fisheries Program
University of Alaska, Fairbanks (UAF)
School of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences
Rest of the World:
Asian Institute of Technology
The School of Environment, Resources and Development offers courses in Aquaculture
Deakin University, Australia
Various courses offered from the
Virginia Institute of Marine Science
A range of courses in Marine Science from this US institute.

3. National Fisheries Authority Template
National Fisheries College, since February, has been offering dynamic fisheries courses that are customised to meet the
http://webproject9.datec.net.pg/education.htm

4. Graduate Program At The Fisheries Centre, University Of British Columbia
Additionally, the Fisheries Centre offers a series of fisheries courses, all of which Fisheries Centre students are
http://www.fisheries.ubc.ca/grad
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The new Fisheries Centre at UBC was formed as a unit of the Faculty of Graduate Studies and aims to focus and promote the multidisciplinary study of fisheries. Analytical tools developed in a broad spectrum of parent subjects, including biology, oceanography, economics, engineering, mathematics, sociology, planning and policy are employed in order to assess, appraise and forecast the impacts of both human and natural processes on fishery resources. Fisheries policy and management problems under study include assessment and management of artisanal and commercial food capture fisheries, recreational fisheries, coastal and watershed management, aquaculture biology and engineering, conflict resolution and the co-management of shared fishery resources, and the conservation of endangered exploited species in both marine and freshwater environments. This guideline is to complement the general regulations detailed by the Faculty of Graduate Studies . Students of the Fisheries Centre can be enrolled at various departments under the Faculty of Graduate Studies, e.g.

5. Humboldt: Fisheries Courses
Fisheries Biology. Introduction to Fisheries (1). FS Fishery biology field its breadth,career opportunities, and scientific principles on which it is founded.
http://www.humboldt.edu/~catalog/courses/fish_crs.html
Fisheries Biology
LOWER DIVISION
FISH 110. Introduction to Fisheries FS Fishery biology field: its breadth, career opportunities, and scientific principles on which it is founded. CR/NC. FISH 165. Small Aquarium Management (2). Construction, operation, maintenance, and management of small aquaria for home, commercial, or public display of marine and freshwater fishes. CR/NC FISH 200. Sport Fishing USA (2). History and development of sport fishing industry. Modern methods and modern gear construction. Fish and fishing in literature and the arts.

UPPER DIVISION
FISH 300. Introduction to Fishery Biology FS Identification, life histories, and ecology of important freshwater and marine fishes. Principles of fisheries management and its relationships with management of other resources. FISH 310. Ichthyology FS Biology of fishes and fishlike vertebrates. Anatomy and concepts of systematics of fishes; classifying fishes, particularly commercial, game, and forage species. Prereq: ZOOL 110. Weekly: 2 hrs lect, 1 hr disc, 3 hr lab. FISH 311. Fish Physiology

6. Fisheries Courses
fisheries courses. 528. Marine Fisheries Science. Fall, even years(3) Dr. Austin. Principles and techniques, including the theory
http://www.fisheries.vims.edu/courses.htm
Fisheries Courses
528. Marine Fisheries Science. Fall, even years (3) Dr. Austin. Principles and techniques, including the theory of fishing, age and growth, definition of stocks, catch statistics, description of world fisheries, goals and problems in managing a common property resource. Six lecture, laboratory and field hours. 571. Culture and Physiology of Aquatic Organisms. Spring 1997 (3) Dr. Mann. History and principles of culture of aquatic organisms. Physical and biological system requirements, water quality, feeding and nutrition, manipulation of reproductive biology, selection of cultured species, quarantine and disease control, current practices in finfish and shellfish culture, physiological and biochemical methods to assess condition of cultured organisms. 582. Applied Methods of Fisheries. Fall (3-4) Dr. Chittenden. Practice, principles, and theory of applied methods in fisheries. Sampling and data collection tools, practice, and theory. Principles and theory of age determination, estimation of abundance, reproductive biology, marking and tagging, and mark-recapture. Special topics as necessary. 657. The Early Life History of Marine Fishes. Fall, odd years (3) Dr. Olney.

7. Shetland Training Services - Fisheries Courses
fisheries courses. Shetland Fisheries Training Association. Fisheries related courses are run by the Shetland Fisheries
http://www.sts.shetland.co.uk/fisheries.html
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Fisheries Courses
Shetland Fisheries Training Association Fisheries related courses are run by the Shetland Fisheries Training Association (SFTA). Visit their website for course information and details about the Association. Click here to visit the SFTA Website
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8. Post-Harvest Fisheries Courses
POST HARVEST fisheries courses. MS204 Tropical Seafood
http://www.sidsnet.org/pacific/usp/marine/tony_courses.htm

POST HARVEST FISHERIES COURSES
MS204 Tropical Seafood MS313 Seafood Science MS204: Tropical Seafood
Semester: Prerequisite: none Contact Hours per Week: 3 lectures, 1 x 2 Hour Tutorial or a Field Trip Coordinator: Mr. Anthony Chamberlain Text: Tropical Seafood Manual, Chamberlain, A. I
MS204 is principally about the seafood industry in the South Pacific. The industry is seen in the international context of fisheries and the sustainable exploitation of marine resources.
The first part of the course looks briefly at fisheries resources in general and the particular aspects of Pacific marine exploitation. It also includes a review of seafood production and harvest methods, and the importance of seafood regionally and internationally. The value of fish as a food source is examined, as well as its potential dangers as a food product if improperly handled.
This course is applied in the sense that parts 2 and 3 of the course deal with the theoretical knowledge and practical skills required in running a seafood business. Part 2 describes in detail the various post-harvest technologies of handling, preserving and processing seafood. Part 3 explains the various aspects of developing and managing a business. This includes economic, safety and quality considerations.
An important part of the course is a special project for which you must construct a realistic development and management plan for a seafood business. This is covered in Unit 8, Economic Engineering.

9. Fisheries Courses
Safety is taught in all courses as it applies to the task or OF COMPUTERS I Introductionof skills needed to operate computers in Fisheries related occupations
http://www.beltc.ctc.edu/CourseDocs/Courses/cFisheries.html
Fisheries
Course Descriptions
FISH 100 (18 CLHR)
INTRODUCTION TO SAFETY

Proper safety precautions in the workplace will be emphasized. Safety is taught in all courses as it applies to the task or work area.
Prerequisite: Admission. FISH 105 (18 CLHR)
WATER QUALITY

Course looks at the importance of water quality and how it is monitored. Students will monitor water quality at the hatchery and net pens to gain experience in this course.
Prerequisite: Admission. FISH 111 (36 CLHR)
SALMON ID BIOLOGY

Identification of salmon and trout, life cycles and the characteristics of each of the species will be examined in this course.
Prerequisite: Admission. FISH 116 (18 CLHR) OPERATION OF COMPUTERS I Introduction of skills needed to operate computers in Fisheries related occupations will be covered. Prerequisite: Admission.

10. Post-Harvest Fisheries Courses
POST HARVEST fisheries courses. MS204 Tropical Seafood. MS313 SeafoodScience. MS204 Tropical Seafood Semester 1. Prerequisite none.
http://www.sidsnet.org/pacific/usp/marine/Tony_Courses.htm

POST HARVEST FISHERIES COURSES
MS204 Tropical Seafood MS313 Seafood Science MS204: Tropical Seafood
Semester: Prerequisite: none Contact Hours per Week: 3 lectures, 1 x 2 Hour Tutorial or a Field Trip Coordinator: Mr. Anthony Chamberlain Text: Tropical Seafood Manual, Chamberlain, A. I
MS204 is principally about the seafood industry in the South Pacific. The industry is seen in the international context of fisheries and the sustainable exploitation of marine resources.
The first part of the course looks briefly at fisheries resources in general and the particular aspects of Pacific marine exploitation. It also includes a review of seafood production and harvest methods, and the importance of seafood regionally and internationally. The value of fish as a food source is examined, as well as its potential dangers as a food product if improperly handled.
This course is applied in the sense that parts 2 and 3 of the course deal with the theoretical knowledge and practical skills required in running a seafood business. Part 2 describes in detail the various post-harvest technologies of handling, preserving and processing seafood. Part 3 explains the various aspects of developing and managing a business. This includes economic, safety and quality considerations.
An important part of the course is a special project for which you must construct a realistic development and management plan for a seafood business. This is covered in Unit 8, Economic Engineering.

11. Aquaculture/Fisheries Courses By Subject Matter
Other Requirements (7 hours). Natural Science and Math (42 hours). SocialSciences (6 hours). Aquaculture/Fisheries Core (32 hours). More Courses.
http://www.uapb.edu/fisheries/page26.html
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English/Communication Skills (15 hours)
Fine Arts and Humanities (6 hours)
Other Requirements (7 hours)
Natural Science and Math (42 hours)
Social Sciences (6 hours)
Aquaculture/Fisheries Core (32 hours)

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12. RWFM Courses On-line
Introductory Courses. Wildlife Courses. Range Courses. fisheries courses. RWFM 2301 (330)
http://www.rw.ttu.edu/courses
RANGE WILDLIFE AND FISHERIES COURSE PAGES UNDERGRADUATE COURSES
courses with course # and title hyperlink have substantial web page support Introductory Courses Wildlife Courses Range Courses Fisheries Courses RWFM 2301
Introductory Wildlife
RWFM 4100
Seminar
... RWFM 3201 F only
Vegetation Inventory and
Analysis RWFM 4330
Aquaculture
F, odd years only RWFM 2302
The Ecology and Conservation

of Natural Resources
RWFM 4305
Big Game Ecology Sp, Even years only RWFM 3302 F only Range Plant Ecology RWFM 4335 Fisheries Science S only RWFM 2305 Freshwater Ecology and Management RWFM 4306 Upland Game Ecology Sp, Odd years only RWFM 3303 Range Management Principles and Practices RWFM 4401 Fisheries Management F, Even years only RWFM 4309 Management RWFM 3304 Sp only Principles of Range Management RWFM 4407 Wildlife Investigational Techniques RWFM 3501 Range/Forest/Wetland Plant ID RWFM 4310 Principles of Waterfowl Management F, even years

13. SFOS Fisheries Division: Courses
fisheries courses 20022003. Fall 2002. Spring 2003. General Information
http://www.sfos.uaf.edu/fishdiv/acad/courses.html
Main Overview Admissions Courses ... SFOS home
Fisheries Courses 2002-2003
Fall 2002
Spring 2003
General Information Fairbanks Campus Juneau Campus
General Information Fairbanks Campus Juneau Campus
Juneau Fall 2002 Course Number Title Cr Day Time Room Instructor FISH 427 FJ1 Ichthyology LEC
LAB MW
F 10:20-11:50 am
09:00-12:00 pm 221 AND
314 AND Hillgruber, N.
Hillgruber, N. FISH 621 FJ1 Adv. Fish Population Dynamics I LEC
LAB MW F 01:00-02:30 pm 12:00-03:00 pm 221 AND See Lab Quinn, T. Quinn, T. FISH 633 FJ1 Pacific Salmon Life Histories LEC TR 10:30-11:30 am 221 AND Smoker, W. FISH 692 FJ1 Department Seminar LEC F 03:30-5:00 pm 221 AND Gharrett, T. FISH 692 FJ2 Seminar: Quantitative Genetics in Fish LEC T R 12:00-01:00 pm 12:00-01:30 pm 221 AND Gharrett, T.

14. Directory: University Courses
fisheries courses Internet Guide to International Fisheries Law. IntFish Directory. University Courses Nonlaw
http://www.oceanlaw.net/directory/courses_other.htm
Internet Guide to International Fisheries Law IntFish Directory
University Courses: Non-law Directory Index SORRY - THIS PAGE IS CURRENTLY UNDER CONSTRUCTION. TO ADVERTISE IN THE DIRECTORY, PLEASE CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION Return to Directory Index
Internet Guide to International Fisheries Law HOME TEXTS CASES ORGANIZATIONS ... SEARCH Internet Guide to International Fisheries Law
Created by Chris Hedley
© IGIFL and Chris Hedley 2000-2001

15. The Freshwater Fish And Fisheries Courses:
The Freshwater Fish and fisheries courses Introduction (A generalintroduction to the courses including the Aims); Lecture Outline;
http://www.liv.ac.uk/~rickl/Fisheries_Web/info_on_course/CseIntro.htm
School of Biological Sciences
Freshwater Fish and Fisheries
FISHWEB Home Course Files Fish Info Links The Freshwater Fish and Fisheries Courses:
  • Introduction (A general introduction to the courses including the Aims) Lecture Outline Course Notes directly related to individual lectures Extra material related to Fish, Fisheries and their Management Course Noticeboard
  • Main Staff Contact: Dr R T Leah (rickl@liv.ac.uk (Jones Building, School of Biological Sciences, 0151 794 5293 (mobile: 07710 781147) Dr Richard Nash (Marine Biology, Port Erin, isle of Man) 01624 831009 ( rdmnash@liv.ac.uk (Dr Andrew Gill (Jones Building, School of Biological Sciences) 0151 794 5297 ( A.B.Gill@liv.ac.uk Click here to return to the This page is maintained by an 'amateur webmaster': Dr Rick Leah, Jones Building, School of Biological Sciences
    Any feed back or comment would be welcome, but please be gentle!
    NB: The HTML has not yet been 'verified' - apologies to any disabled users - I will try to attend to this during this academic year For problems or questions regarding this web contact Rick Leah.

    16. RANGE WILDLIFE AND FISHERIES COURSE PAGES
    RWFM 4100 Seminar (110)F,S. RWFM 4309 RangeWildlife Habitat (330)F,S.fisheries courses. RWFM 2305 Freshwater Ecology and Management (330)F,S.
    http://www.rw.ttu.edu/2301_sec4/rwfm.htm
    RANGE WILDLIFE AND FISHERIES COURSE PAGES Intro Courses (scroll down for more) range wildlife fisheries RWFM 2301 Introductory Wildlife (3:3:0)F,S RWFM 2302 The Ecology and Conservation of Natural Resources (3:3:0)F,S RWFM 2305 Freshwater Ecology and Management (3:3:0)F,S Range Courses RWFM 2302 Ecology and conservation of Natural Resources (3:3:0)F,S Wildlife Courses RWFM 2301 Intro Wildlife RWFM 4100 Seminar (1:1:0)F,S RWFM 4309 Range-Wildlife Habitat (3:3:0)F,S Fisheries Courses RWFM 2305 Freshwater Ecology and Management (3:3:0)F,S This page created and maintained by
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    17. Department Courses Offered
    Undergraduate Courses offered in Range, Wildlife, and Fisheries Management. 2101. IntroductoryCourses, Wildlife Courses, Range Courses, fisheries courses.
    http://www.rw.ttu.edu/dept/Courses/coursesoffered.htm
    Range, Wildlife and Fisheries Management Undergraduate Courses Undergraduate courses Web Page Graduate Courses
    Undergraduate Courses offered in Range, Wildlife, and Fisheries Management 2101. Introductory Wildlife Laboratory (1:0:2). Corequisite: RWFM 2301. Field and laboratory exercises introducing aspects of wildlife ecology and management. F, S. 2102. Ecology and Conservation Laboratory (1:0:2). Corequisite: RWFM 2302. Field and laboratory exercises introducing aspects of ecology and conservation of renewable natural resources. F, S. 2105. Freshwater Ecology and Management Laboratory (1:0:2). Corequisite: RWFM 2305. Field and laboratory exercises introducing aspects of freshwater habitats. F, S. 2301. Introductory Wildlife (3:3:0). Introduction to the ecology and management of wildlife populations. Stresses principles, life histories, and management techniques. F, S. 2302. The Ecology and Conservation of Natural Resources (3:3:0). An introduction to the ecology and conservation of renewable natural resources of native lands, including their multiple use for timber, water, range, recreation, and wildlife. F, S. 2305. Freshwater Ecology and Fisheries (3:3:0).

    18. EducationGuardian.co.uk | Special Reports | Set Course: Fisheries
    Shabbar Jaffry, director of the postgraduate economics programmes, says applicationsfor fisheries courses have risen by around 30% in recent years.
    http://education.guardian.co.uk/specialreports/postgrad/story/0,5500,859560,00.h
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    Marianne Curphey
    Saturday December 14, 2002
    The Guardian

    When the oil tanker Prestige sunk off the Galician coast, teams of experts were called in to assess the devastation. Among them were specialists who understood how to assess the economic consequences of the damage to local fisheries, as well as those who could help with the massive clean-up operation. Marine resource damage assessment, as it is known, is one of the key skills students develop on the Portsmouth University MSc/PgD in Fisheries Planning and Development. The economic cost of pollution to fisheries is an ongoing area of research in the university's Centre for the Economics and Management of Aquatic Resources (CEMARE). Following the Sea Empress tanker disaster in 1996, three of the centre's MSc graduates were involved in evaluating compensation claims from fishermen in the affected South Wales area. Shabbar Jaffry, director of the postgraduate economics programmes, says applications for fisheries courses have risen by around 30% in recent years. "The department has well established links with research groups across Europe, as well as consultancy companies in the UK."

    19. Courses - Wildlife And Fisheries
    COURSES IN WILDLIFE AND FISHERIES BIO 4990 Principles of WildlifeConservation (Meridian campus only) An introduction to concepts
    http://www.cfr.msstate.edu/courses/WF.html
    COURSES IN WILDLIFE AND FISHERIES
    BIO 4990 - Principles of Wildlife Conservation (Meridian campus only)
    An introduction to concepts in wildlife and fisheries management for non-majors. This course provides an overview of the history of wildlife management in the United States, the components involved in manipulating wildlife populations, and the techniques employed by professionals in the field. No prerequisites are required for this course. WF 1101 - Wildlife and Fisheries Profession (1) (Prerequisite: Freshman or Sophomore standing). One hour lecture. Orientation to the interdisciplinary and applied nature of wildlife and fisheries management and related fields, emphasizing the department, college, and university; student roles and responsibilities; and career opportunities. Fall Only. WF 1213 - Introduction to Wildlife and Fish Conservation (3) Three hour lecture. A survey of wildlife and forest conservation, stressing biological principles and management practices for renewable resources. Spring Only.

    20. History Of Aquatic & Fishery Sciences¬óCourses & Faculty
    Table 4. Courses offered in the University of Washington School of Fisheries during19481949 (from Stickney 1989). Course , Title, Professor. fisheries courses.
    http://www.fish.washington.edu/history/courses.html
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    http://www.washington.edu/students/crscat/fish.html
    Table 1 . Course offerings in fisheries at the University of Washington during the 1929-1930 academic year (from Stickney 1989). Course # Course Title Instructors History of Fisheries Cobb Pacific Fisheries Cobb Elements of Fisheries Jarvis Ichthyology Schultz Aquatic Animals other than Fish Schultz Fishing Vessels and Boats Parks Fish culture Crawford Fishery Methods Cobb Fresh and Frozen Fishery Products Jarvis Curing of Fishery Products Jarvis Oyster and Clam Culture The Economic Fishery Resources of North America Cobb Fundamentals of Canning Parks Canning Machinery and Cannery Management Parks Canning of Fishery Products Parks Aquarium Management Crawford Food Laws Parks Preparation of Secondary Products Jarvis Problems in Fish or Shellfish Culture and Fisheries Technology Cobb and staff Diseases of Fish Guberlet Exploration of the Sea and its Relation to Economic Food Fishes Schultz Fishways and Fishtraps Cobb and staff Seminar Staff
    Table 2 . Course offerings in the Department of Fisheries at the University of Washington during 1930-1931 and 1931-1932 (from Stickney 1989). Course # Title Instructors Ichthyology Schultz Aquatic animals other than fish Schultz Aquarium management Economic fishery resources Exploration of the sea in its relation to fishes Fish culture Diseases of fish Guberlet Methods in ichthyology Schultz Elementary problems in fisheries Staff Advanced ichthyology Schultz History of Fisheries Seminar Staff Research problems Staff
    Systematic ichthyology

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