This page is for high-end users, including researchers and manufacturers developing new techniques and equipment.
These can be difficult undertakings. Fortunately, help is at hand.
You can email the electrofishing.net team directly using the following addresses, or by using the contact form at the bottom of the page:
- Dr Tom Rayner (electrofishing.net issues): firstname.lastname@example.org
- Dr Alan Temple (training): email@example.com
- Dr Jan Dean (tools):firstname.lastname@example.org
- Colton Perna (electrofishing boat set-up): email@example.com
Here are some resources worth investigating:
“Electrofishing” is an international e-mail forum run through the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service for the discussion of ideas and events pertaining to the practice and theory of electrofishing.
For the purposes of this forum, electrofishing is broadly defined to include aspects of fish and invertebrate behavior in electric fields, electric circuit and field theory, equipment design, operator safety, fish and invertebrate trauma, sampling design, standardization, efficiency, gear testing and applications, and any other scientific topics contributing to current understanding and practice of electrofishing.
The list is relatively active. A broad cross section of practitioners and researchers are welcome.
To subscribe via email, send a blank message to firstname.lastname@example.org
This page has some older material with discussion on a range of topics between LinkedIn users.