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Young Fish Provide Clues to Future Pacific Cod Stock Size - Post 3

Future Pacific Cod Stock Size

Learn how baited cameras are used to survey fish populations.
August 03, 2018 - Research ,
Age-1 Pacific cod are much larger (15-20 cm) and are more common at deeper depths. This set was deployed along at 10 m.

Young Fish Provide Clues to Future Pacific Cod Stock Size - Post 2

Future Pacific Cod Stock Size

Representatives from the University of Alaska Fairbanks and Oregon State University along with NOAA Fisheries scientists will follow young Pacific cod to determine when, where, and how they do in their first year of life.
July 25, 2018 - Research ,
age-0 Pacific cod at a Kodiak site covered in dense kelp.

Young Fish Provide Clues to Future Pacific Cod Stock Size - Post 1

Future Pacific Cod Stock Size

Young fish can tell us about future Pacific cod.
July 03, 2018 - Research ,
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Surveying the Depths of the Gulf of Alaska - Post 4

Surveying the Depths of the Gulf of Alaska

This summer our scientists are hoping to prove what biologists have theorized for years – that newly hatched fish use Alaska deep-sea corals as a nursery ground to safely grow.
June 07, 2017 - Survey ,
Alaska Survey

Surveying the Depths of the Gulf of Alaska - Post 3

Surveying the Depths of the Gulf of Alaska

This summer our scientists are hoping to prove what biologists have theorized for years – that newly hatched fish use Alaska deep-sea corals as a nursery ground to safely grow.
June 05, 2017 - Survey ,
Albatross

Surveying the Depths of the Gulf of Alaska - Post 2

Surveying the Depths of the Gulf of Alaska

This summer our scientists are hoping to prove what biologists have theorized for years – that newly hatched fish use Alaska deep-sea corals as a nursery ground to safely grow.
May 24, 2017 - Survey ,
Surveying the depths of Alaska

Surveying the Depths of the Gulf of Alaska - Post 1

Surveying the Depths of the Gulf of Alaska

This summer our scientists are hoping to prove what biologists have theorized for years – that newly hatched fish use Alaska deep-sea corals as a nursery ground to safely grow.
May 17, 2017 - Survey ,
Gulf of Alaska Survey Image