The National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) has been tagging and releasing groundfish in Alaska waters since 1972. In that time, approximately 452,000 tags have been released and over 36,000 have been recovered.
The Big Earth Data Initiative (BEDI) web mapping application provides interactive data on ship tracks from research missions, coral reef ecosystems monitoring, marine mammal surveys, fisheries research, and deepwater exploration.
The Pacific Islands Benthic Habitat Mapping Center provides online access to benthic habitat maps and data for coral reef ecosystems throughout the U.S. Pacific Islands, including the U.S. territories.
The Alaska Fisheries Science Center collects a variety of biological information during its fisheries surveys. This tool provides information on the ages and locations of fish caught during various years (1980-2015) of our groundfish trawl and acoustic surveys along the Alaska shelf.