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Alaska Whale Alert Smartphone App

Whale Alert is a free smartphone application for fishermen, recreational boaters, industry partners and volunteer networks to share real-time whale sightings.
February 27, 2019 - Mobile App ,

OK Google: Find the Humpback Whales

Working with Google AI (artificial intelligence) to use machine learning to identify whale song.
October 29, 2018 - Technology ,
A humpback whale surfaces near the island of Maui

Injury Determinations for Humpback Whales and Other Cetaceans Reported to NOAA Response Networks in the Hawaiian Islands During 2013–2016

A summary of injury determinations for cetaceans in Hawaii reported injured by human causes during 2013–2016
October 23, 2018 - Technical Memo ,

Biological Opinion - Office of Naval Research Arctic Research Activities 2018-2021 and Associated Proposed Issuance of an Incidental Harassment Authorization in the Beaufort Sea, Alaska

Endangered Species Act Section 7(a)(2) Biological Opinion - NMFS Consultation Number: AKR-2018-9725
September 07, 2018 - Biological Opinion ,

Young Whale Gets an Unlikely Second Chance at Survival

NOAA and partners worked together off Sandy Hook, New Jersey yesterday to cut a length of rope entangling a juvenile humpback whale, giving the whale a second chance.
July 12, 2018 - Feature Story ,
Responders cut the line off entangled juvenile humpback whale.

Humpback Whale Research in Alaska

Decades after the end of commercial whaling, humpback whales are playing an increasingly important role in Alaska’s ecosystem and economics. Whale watching is a multimillion dollar industry in Alaska and humpbacks are the main attraction.
Humpback whales bubble net feeding off Southeast Alaska.

Biological Opinion for Construction at the City Dock and Ferry Terminal in Tenakee Springs, Alaska and Issuance of Incidental Harassment Authorization

ESA consultation on modifications to the Tenakee Springs Ferry Terminal
June 18, 2018 - Biological Opinion ,

NOAA Necropsy Team Finds Indications of Trauma in Death of Male Humpback

Necropsy of a male humpback on Admiralty Island in Southeast Alaska
03/21/2019 - Media Release ,
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Large Whale Entanglements

Please call the NOAA Fisheries statewide 24-hour stranding hotline at (877) 925-7773 if you see injured, entangled, or dead whales in the water or on the beach.

Biological Opinion - Issuance of a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Permit and Incidental Harassment Authorization for Harvest Alaska LLC Cook Inlet Pipeline Cross-Inlet Extension Project

This Opinion considers the effects to ESA-listed species from the proposed issuance of an Incidental Harassment Authorization and Corps Letter of Permission (Standard Permit) authorizing the Cook Inlet Pipeline Cross-Inlet Extension Project.
April 25, 2018 - Biological Opinion ,