Researchers are working to improve the quality of data collected by satellites more than 500 miles above the ocean. Their goal: determining how microscopic algae, also known as phytoplankton, absorb and scatter light, and how the colors of the
Alaska Fisheries Science Center scientists have conducted cruises in 1972 and yearly from 1977 until the present. These cruises have been conducted by several workgroups and have had multiple goals. The results are a database that includes 389 cruises
This database includes data on the early life history of fisheries collected by the Alaska Fisheries Science Center's Recruitment Processes Program, including Ecosystem and Fisheries-Oceanography Coordinated Investigations (Eco-FOCI).