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Alaska Fisheries Science Center Has New Director For Operations, Management, And Budget

NOAA Fisheries is pleased to announce the selection of Tracy Sims as the new Director for its Operations, Management and Information Services Division for the Alaska Fisheries Science Center.
January 07, 2022 - Feature Story ,
picture of woman next to water

Marine Mammal Molecular Genetics Laboratory

Using molecular genetic tools and techniques to study marine mammals and gather information essential for their successful conservation and management in the Southeast Region.

Alaska Fisheries Science Center 2020 Groundfish Seminar Series

2020 Groundfish Seminars held virtually using Webex - Tuesdays @ 10am Pacific.

Autonomous Vehicles Help Scientists Estimate Fish Abundance While Protecting Human Health And Safety

An innovative scientific approach to survey Alaska pollock this year.
June 01, 2020 - Feature Story ,
Orange sail drone at sea

Tracking Marine Life With Invisible Clues: eDNA Enhances Ecosystem Monitoring

As animals swim, they shed scales, tissue, and waste, leaving traces of DNA in the water. Scientists collect a water sample and analyze the DNA found in it, identifying the species that left it behind without capturing a single animal.
March 19, 2020 - Feature Story ,
Scientist working in the drylab.

Looking For eDNA And Mercury In Waters On The Northeast Shelf

Field Fresh Blog: Science in Motion

Two new initiatives are underway on the fall ecosystem monitoring survey on the Northeast Shelf: looking for traces of mercury in seawater, and using eDNA to study finfish diversity.
November 08, 2019 - Survey ,
Scientist in lab filtering samples.

Genetics Research at the Alaska Fisheries Science Center

We conduct a variety of genetic research on Pacific salmon, groundfish, and forage fish species to comply with regional, national, and international agreements and treaties for managing marine resources.
Photo of Alaska Fisheries Science Center genetics researchers on a beach holding bottled sand samples.