Fish Sustainability Index

The Alberta government uses the Fish Sustainability Index (FSI) to assess fish stocks on a provincial scale.

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The Alberta government uses the Fish Sustainability Index (FSI) to assess fish stocks on a provincial scale.

The Fish Sustainability Index (FSI) uses a number of metrics in 3 main categories to evaluate provincial fish status.

The Fish Sustainability Index (FSI) combines scientific and local knowledge to assess the health of Athabasca Rainbow Trout in Alberta.

The Fish Sustainability Index (FSI) uses both scientific and local knowledge to assess the health of Arctic grayling in Alberta.

The Fish Sustainability Index (FSI) uses both scientific and local knowledge to assess the health of bull trout in Alberta.

The Fish Sustainability Index (FSI) uses both scientific and local knowledge to assess the health of goldeye (Hiodon alosoides) in Alberta.

The Fish Sustainability Index (FSI) uses both scientific and local knowledge to assess the health of lake sturgeon in Alberta.

The Fish Sustainability Index (FSI) uses scientific and local knowledge to assess the health of lake trout in Alberta's boreal forest.

The Fish Sustainability Index (FSI) uses scientific and local knowledge to assess health of lake trout in Alberta's mountains and foothills.

The Fish Sustainability Index (FSI) uses scientific and local knowledge to assess the health of mooneye in Alberta.

The Northern Pike (lakes) Fish Sustainability Index (FSI) assesses the health of lake-dwelling northern pike in Alberta.

The Walleye (lakes) Fish Sustainability Index (FSI) assesses the health of lake-dwelling walleye in Alberta.

The Fish Sustainability Index (FSI) uses scientific and local knowledge to assess the health of westslope cutthroat trout in Alberta.