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Alaska Pollock Spawning Season May be Earlier Under Climate Change

A new study shows how climate and fishing are changing pollock spawning time, and how changes in spawning time could affect fisheries in the future.
November 15, 2018 - Feature Story ,
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Alaska Ichthyoplankton Distribution Map

North Pacific ichthyoplankton data from surveys between 1972 and 2009.
September 12, 2018 - Map ,

Zooplankton Distribution and Abundance Studies in Alaska

We study zooplankton to help us assess the ecosystem. The distribution, abundance, and composition of the zooplankton can all serve to indicate the feeding conditions a young fish encounters. We continue to develop innovative approaches to use zooplankton
Crustacean zooplankton: Krill (top) and copepods (bottom).

Ecology of Small Fishes Living in Shallow Coastal Waters (Neritic Zone) in the Gulf of Alaska

A major reason we study larval fish in the Gulf of Alaska is to advance our understanding of the mechanisms that control fish population structure and production.
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Larval Fish Research in Alaska

Ichthyoplankton are the early stages of fishes (eggs and larvae) that are not able to actively swim against currents.
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Arctic Ecosystem Research in Alaska

We investigate how changing Arctic conditions affect Arctic fishes feeding, growth, and survival.
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Ecosystem and Fisheries Oceanographic Research in the Gulf of Alaska

Ecosystem and fisheries oceanographic research in the Gulf of Alaska.
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Alaska Fisheries Science Center EcoFOCI Cruise Database

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
May 09, 2018 - Database ,