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Fisheries organization shows Marshall students new opportunities


Marshall University students have brought back an organization that brings passion and fieldwork together.
The American Fisheries Society chapter at the university gives students an opportunity to explore environmental science. Hunter Bellamy, the president of the chapter, said the overall program is one of the oldest civilian science organizations.
According to the website of ASF, over 8,000 members from around the world include a variety of professionals, such as fisheries managers, biologists, professors, ecologists and aquaculturists.
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