United States Fish and Wildlife Service

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Noun1.United States Fish and Wildlife Service - an agency in the Department of the Interior that conserves and protects fish and wildlife and their habitatsUnited States Fish and Wildlife Service - an agency in the Department of the Interior that conserves and protects fish and wildlife and their habitats; assesses the environmental impact of pesticides and nuclear power site and hydroelectric dams and thermal pollution
Department of the Interior, DoI, Interior Department, Interior - the United States federal department charged with conservation and the development of natural resources; created in 1849
bureau, federal agency, government agency, agency, office, authority - an administrative unit of government; "the Central Intelligence Agency"; "the Census Bureau"; "Office of Management and Budget"; "Tennessee Valley Authority"
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Carson (1907-1964) was a biologist who had a long career with the U.
Jordan had immediately appointed Gilbert as head of the department in 1891, upon the opening of the university, a position he held for 34 years until he retired in 1925, to be succeeded by Snyder (after the latter's 1-year stint as Director of the U.
After earning her Master's degree in biology from Johns Hopkins University, she joined the U.
As for regulations, the Alaska Fish Commission recommended putting the inspection of salmon fisheries and all other matters pertaining to Alaska fisheries in the hands of trained men under control of the U.
In March of that year he wrote George Mead Bowers (1863-1925), Commissioner of the U.
14) Elmer Higgins, whose background was relatively unusual in that he was a graduate of the University of Southern California, moved from the state agency to the U.
Navy as a "bastard" ship; although she was crewed by officers and men of the regular Navy, she was owned and operated by the U.
His world view was far ahead of his time, and he urged the U.
In the maze of problems that face fishery scientists and administrators today, we soon forget that the birth of fishery biology and management on the Pacific coast began a little over 100 years ago with the establishment of the U.
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