Our program at Virginia Tech addresses fish and fisheries conservation problems by adopting an interdisciplinary approach that places fish populations in a broad context that is ecosystem-based, includes humans, and focuses on policy. We pay particular attention to the tropics and the impacts caused by global change processes, such as pollution, overfishing, hydrological alteration, and land cover change.
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