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Tracking the Alaskan Red King Crab - Post 2

Tracking the Alaskan Red King Crab

Out to Sea. On the movements of a tasty crab.
June 12, 2019 - Research ,
Royal American leaving Dutch Harbor, AK on its way to conduct crab research in the Bering Sea.

Alaska Fisheries Science Center Interactive Data Maps

Below is a list of content to interactive Maps and Data for the Alaska Fisheries Science Center.

Tracking the Alaskan Red King Crab - Post 1

Tracking the Alaskan Red King Crab

On the movements of a tasty crab.
June 06, 2019 - Research ,
Alaskan Red king crab.

Potential Impacts of Noise on Endangered Beluga Whales in Cook Inlet

Five-year study produces most complete set of sound recordings to date for Cook Inlet.
June 03, 2019 - Feature Story ,
The Kenai River enters the Cook Inlet.

Alaska Groundfish Bottom Trawl Survey Data

View data from multiple bottom trawl surveys.

Shark Research in Alaska

Shark is not a word most people associate with Alaska, yet three species are commonly found.
Alaskan Salmon Shark.

Alaska Fisheries Interaction Team Status of Stocks Research

In late 2000 the Fishery Interaction Team was formed to investigate the effects of commercial fishing on top trophic level consumers. 
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2018 Aerial Surveys of Arctic Marine Mammals

This report describes field activities of the Aerial Surveys of Arctic Marine Mammals (ASAMM) project conducted during summer and fall (1 July–29 October) 2018, and data and analyses used to summarize field activities. Surveys were based in Utqiaġvik
April 24, 2019 - Survey ,

Snap Shot of Planned 2019 Bering Sea Surveys

Over the past five years winter atmospheric conditions that influence the Bering Sea have been markedly different from previous years. View a list of our planned 2019 Bering Sea surveys.

Scientific Teams Set Out to Track Unprecedented Changes in the Eastern Bering Sea

Over the past five years winter atmospheric conditions that influence the Bering Sea have been markedly different from previous years. Strong, warm winds out of the south—sometimes lasting more than 30 days—have forced sea ice northward. Water
April 18, 2019 - Feature Story ,
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