The goal of the Bioengineering Section is to promote excellence in the field of fisheries bioengineering through improved communication between biologists,‭ ‬engineers,‭ ‬and other professionals working for the conservation of fisheries resources.‭ ‬The Bioengineering Section was founded in‭ ‬1979.‭ ‬The American Fisheries Society ‭(‬AFS‭) ‬was‭ ‬founded in‭ ‬1870‭ ‬to promote the conservation,‭ ‬development,‭ ‬and wise use of fisheries resources.‭ ‬To learn more about the history,‭ ‬objectives,‭ ‬and administration of the Bioengineering Section,‭ ‬click the‭ “About Us‬‭” ‬button above.

Job Announcement – Kleinschmidt Group (Multiple Openings)

Kleinschmidt has immediate openings for a Civil/Ecological/Restoration Engineer (PA, SC, CT) and a Civil/Ecological/River Engineer (OR, WA). We are looking for candidates with 6-10 years of demonstrated experience working as part of a multi-discipline team to design and manage any of the following: dam removals, embankment dam repairs/improvements, fish passage and hatchery facilities, recreation facilities, renewable energy... Read More

Job Announcement: NOAA NMFS Civil Engineer, California, Application Period Extended to March 22, 2021

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