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  • Science

    Increases in freshwater insects — an opportunity for hope?

    By Natalie Stauffer-Olsen We are currently living in the Anthropocene geological age, a period during which human activity is the dominant influence on climate and the environment. Given this, it is no surprise many scientific studies seek to determine the state of biological populations and communities.  While many have found biological population declines ubiquitous, a recent…

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    Take the TU climate change survey

    Take TU's climate change survey and help us direct our future work in this important arena.

    Anglers and conservationists across America, regardless of their affiliation with Trout Unlimited, are invited to participate in TU's new climate change survey. The purpose of the survey, crafted by TU's National Leadership Council workgroup on climate change awareness, is to gather information from America's anglers and conservationists that might help TU better direct its efforts…

  • Science

    New study links human influence to recent megadrought

    Apache and Gila trout face vast new challenges thanks to landscape alterations What do two 19-year intervals separated by four centuries have in common, and what do the similarities mean for native trout? A recent study reconstructed climate for Southwestern North America, including California, Nevada, Arizona and New Mexico, and found the years 1575-1593 and…