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California Fish and Game, Issue 104(3) and Issue 104(4)

Scientific journal cover with photo of lizard on branch
The latest two issues of California Fish and Game, CDFW’s long-running scientific journal, are now available online.

Science Spotlight: California Fish and Game, Volume 104-1 Now Available

Cover for California Fish and Game scientific journal featuring a photograph of a black-tailed jackrabbit
The latest issue of the scientific journal California Fish and Game is now available online (for free!). Volume 104, Number 1 features a gorgeous photo of a black-tailed jackrabbit in sunlit profile taken by renowned photographer David Jesse McChesney.

California Fish and Game, Volume 103, Issue 3

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The latest issue of California Fish and Game, 103-3, makes a significant contribution to the body of research related to longfin smelt in California. A paper titled, “Historic and contemporary distribution of Longfin Smelt (Spirinchus thaleichthys) along the California coast” analyzes and presents observation data for this species from a variety of published and unpublished sources dating from 1889 to 2016.

New issue of California Fish and Game scientific journal

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The latest issue of CDFW’s scientific journal, California Fish and Game, is now available online.

California Fish and Game Journal, Issue 102-4

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The latest issue of California Fish and Game, CDFW’s scientific journal, is now available online. This century-old quarterly journal contains peer-reviewed scientific literature that explores and advances the conservation and understanding of California’s flora and fauna.

New issue of California Fish and Game journal

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California’s recreational fishery resource provides a huge benefit to the state’s economy. In the latest issue (102-3) of the scientific journal California Fish and Game, Reid et. al tackles the difficult task of quantifying the economic value of California’s recreational red abalone (Haliotis rufescens) fishery.