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Steller Watch

Help us find out why the endangered Steller sea lion continues to decline in the Aleutian Islands
December 17, 2018 -

Results of Steller Sea Lion Surveys in Alaska, June–July 2018

The Marine Mammal Laboratory (MML) conducted aerial- and ship-based surveys to count Steller sea lion (Eumetopias jubatus) pups (~1 mo old) and non-pups (adults and juveniles ≥ 1 year old) on terrestrial rookery and haulout sites in Alaska in June–July
December 04, 2018 - Survey ,
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Partnerships in Alaska: Models Explore the Decline of Bering Sea Fur Seals

The following is the first feature in a multi-part series about NOAA Fisheries Partnerships in Alaska. NOAA Fisheries is strengthening relationships and building partnerships with the commercial fishing industry, environmental community, academia and
October 31, 2018 - Feature Story ,
A Northern fur seal pup.

Saildrones Head to the Arctic - Post 5

Saildrones Head to the Arctic

Arctic cod Saildrone survey.
September 06, 2018 - Survey ,
The Methot net being recovered over the stern of the USCGC Healy after finishing a tow. Photo courtesy of A. Lyons.

Saildrones Head to the Arctic - Post 4

Saildrones Head to the Arctic

Arctic cod Saildrone survey.
August 03, 2018 - Survey ,
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Saildrones Head to the Arctic - Post 3

Saildrones Head to the Arctic

Arctic cod Saildrone survey.
July 19, 2018 - Survey ,
A saildrone’s view of the Diomede Islands in the Bering Strait. Taken as a saildrone traveled north to the survey region.

Saildrones Head to the Arctic - Post 2

Saildrones Head to the Arctic

Arctic cod Saildrone survey.
July 13, 2018 - Survey ,
The 2018 Eastern Bering Sea acoustic-trawl survey trackline (purple lines), and the planned line extensions.

Saildrones Head to the Arctic - Post 1

Saildrones Head to the Arctic

Arctic cod Saildrone survey.
July 03, 2018 - Survey ,
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Co-Management of Marine Mammals in Alaska

Alaska Natives have a long history of self-regulation, based on the need to ensure a sustainable take of marine mammals for food and handicrafts. Co-management promotes full and equal participation by Alaska Natives in decisions affecting the subsistence

Alaska Fisheries Science Center Publications Database

The Alaska Fisheries Science Center Publications Database contains over 7,000 citations for publications authored by Center scientists.
April 02, 2018 - Publication Database ,