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.
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife is recruiting for an energetic and self-motivated Senior Hydraulic Engineer to: serve as a statewide expert concerning the design and hydraulic performance of fish screens, fish ladders and other fish facilities; provide engineering support and consultation to Department staff and regional personnel on technical and engineering aspects of... Read More