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Recruitment Energetics & Coastal Assessment

The Recruitment Energetics and Coastal Assessment Program is focused on understanding the processes regulating recruitment of forage fish and commercially valuable species. This entails measuring fish condition and evaluating habitat quality primarily in nearshore...
 Juvenile Pacific herring.

Recruitment Energetics & Coastal Assessment Fish Processing and Food Habits Research

Recruitment Energetics and Coastal Assessment scientists provide fish processing services to several Auke Bay Laboratories. The goal is to better understand recruitment mechanisms and processes that describe the growth and survival of these populations relative...
NOAA Scientists at work in the lab.

Alaska Fisheries Science Center's Auke Bay Laboratories Data Sets

Many data sets have been collected by Auke Bay Laboratories over the years. For our purposes, a data set is defined as a collection of data records organized around a common attribute. A data set is created by converting raw data into records. Raw data are...

Arctic Ecosystem Research in Alaska

We investigate how changing Arctic conditions affect Arctic fishes feeding, growth, and survival.
benthic trawl in Chukchi.jpg

ShoreZone Program Daily Log - July 15, 2018

Alaska ShoreZone Program - Aerial Imaging Surveys in Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve.
ShoreZone Flight Plan for 5 day survey of the inner bay of Glacier Bay National Park & Preserve.

ShoreZone Program Daily Log - July 14, 2018

Alaska ShoreZone Program - Aerial Imaging Surveys in Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve.
Entrance to McBride Glacier.

ShoreZone Coastal Habitat Surveys Continue in Alaska

Alaska ShoreZone Program - Aerial Imaging Surveys in Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve.
July 13, 2018 - Feature Story ,
Western entrance to Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve, Pt. Carolus, Alaska. (ShoreZone image 2005, M. Lindeberg, NOAA).

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.

Dall's Porpoise Research in Alaska

Alaska Fisheries Science Center research of the Dall's porpoise.
A Dall's Porpoise swims in Prince William Sound.

Alaska Research Surveys

Our scientists at NOAA Fisheries Alaska, are involved in an array of ongoing field studies and surveys, to help us better understand and document the current state of habitat and wildlife within the Alaskan region.