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Collaborative Marine Salmon Research Foundational for Understanding Climate Change Impacts and Bycatch

NOAA Fisheries is involved in a number of research partnerships with State scientists, the commercial fishing industry, Alaska Native communities, and other organizations to support state management of salmon and U.S. international treaty obligations.

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