The American Fisheries Society Oregon Chapter Records document the research, education, and public policy activities of the organization in addressing the protection of fish populations and habitats. The Oregon Chapter was established in 1964 as a professional organization of fisheries and aquatic science professionals.
6 cubic feet, including 107 photographs, 4 floppy disks, and 3 CDs; 7 boxes, including 1 oversize box
The Fisheries and Wildlife Department Records (RG 190), Photographs (P 179), and Films and Videotapes (FV P 243) document fisheries research and teaching conducted at Oregon State University. The Special Collections & Archives Research Center's holdings also include the papers of Fisheries and Wildlife Department faculty Carl E. Bond (MSS Bond) and Roland E. Dimick (MSS Dimick). The Sea Grant College Program Records (RG 201) also include information about fisheries research and management in Oregon. The Pacific Northwest Stream Survey Collection (MSS PNWStream) documents an extensive survey of the Columbia River and its tributaries conducted by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in the 1930s-1940s.