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Neighbors Along the Riverbed Episode 4: Barriers

In their own words, community members share what they know about local salmon and steelhead, barriers to habitat conservation, and what they believe is needed to help preserve these species.
December 18, 2023 - Podcast ,
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Neighbors Along the Riverbed Episode 3: Anadromous

In their own words, community members share what they know about local salmon and steelhead, barriers to habitat conservation, and what they believe is needed to help preserve these species.
December 18, 2023 - Podcast ,
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Neighbors Along the Riverbed Episode 2: Accessibility

In their own words, community members share what they know about local salmon and steelhead, barriers to habitat conservation, and what they believe is needed to help preserve these species.
December 18, 2023 - Podcast ,
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Neighbors Along the Riverbed Episode 1: Introduction

In their own words, community members share what they know about local salmon and steelhead, barriers to habitat conservation, and what they believe is needed to help preserve these species.
December 18, 2023 - Podcast ,
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Overfished Declaration for Quillback Rockfish off California Likely to Limit Fishing

A more complete assessment reveals stock has fallen below healthy levels.
December 14, 2023 - Feature Story ,
Quillback rockfish lying sideways on a rock Quillback rockfish. Credit: CDFW

Sheltering Science at the End of the Earth: Part 3

No one can be voted off the island, so scientists found ways to keep spirits high and relationships strong.
December 12, 2023 - Feature Story ,
The Cape Shirreff team celebrates Christmas outside. In the left top corner is a green camp building with a red window cover leaning against the wall and four blue water storage barrels pushed up against the wall. There is a white door with nine small windows, and a white window to the right of the door. In the foreground are wooden decking, several camping chairs, a trash bag with wrapping paper, some plastic bins and cardboard boxes that are serving as tables, and some plates, mugs, and gifts. In the cent Christmas festivities at the Cape. Credit: NOAA Fisheries/Sam Woodman

Sheltering Science at the End of the Earth: Part 2

A mishmash of creative repairs held the Cape Shirreff field camp together for 26 years as scientists delivered outsize results.
December 08, 2023 - Feature Story ,
Four people bundled up against the cold are carrying a new door across the terrain. The door is vertical and the people are carrying it using wooden rods propped on their shoulders. Rocky hills and fog are in the background. Carrying the replacement door for the outdoor shelter. Credit: NOAA Fisheries/Jefferson Hinke

Secretary of Commerce Allocates $8.2 Million for Pacific Salmon Fishery Disasters

The funds will provide support to the Yurok Tribe impacted by salmon fishery disasters in 2021 and 2022.
December 08, 2023 - Feature Story ,
A chinook salmon jumps out of a California river. A chinook salmon jumps from the Klamath River in California. Credit: iStock.

Sheltering Science at the End of the Earth: Part 1

The tiny Antarctic field camp at Cape Shirreff protected NOAA scientists for decades. They returned the favor with plenty of TLC.
December 06, 2023 - Feature Story ,
Black and white photo of the old Cape Shirreff field camp sitting in snow in the foreground. Behind that is a strip of ocean, and behind that are snow-covered mountains with the tops shrouded in clouds. Cape Shirreff. Credit: NOAA Fisheries/Doug Krause