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Midwater Assessment and Conservation Engineering Program Results

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2022 EcoFOCI Mooring Cruise and Hydrographic Survey

The overall research objective for both surveys is to determine how varying biological and physical factors influence the Bering Sea marine ecosystem.
April 25, 2022 -

Surveys Will Collect Data Crucial for Managing Alaska Fisheries and Monitoring Alaska Marine Ecosystems

NOAA Fisheries kicks off summer and fall surveys.
May 27, 2021 - Feature Story ,
Photo of Bering sea with seabirds on the surface and a rainbow on the horizon.
Apr
06

Alaska Fisheries Science Center 2021 Seminar Series - K.C. Wilson

| 10:00 am Pacific time

Acoustic and camera-based methods to observe fish and fish behavior: Applications at spawning aggregations and in fishing gear.

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Research Brief: 2021 GOA Winter Acoustic-Trawl Pre-spawning Pollock Surveys In Vicinity Of Shelikof Strait, Chirikof Island, And Marmot Bay

March 2-16, 2021 GOA Winter Acoustic-Trawl Pre-spawning Pollock Surveys in vicinity of Shelikof Strait, ChirikofIsland, and Marmot Bay overview information sheet.
March 24, 2021 -

Research Brief: 2021 EcoFOCI Spring Mooring Cruise and Hydrographic Survey

May 1-20, 2021 EcoFOCI Spring Mooring Cruise and Hydrographic Survey - DY21-03 - overview information sheet.
March 24, 2021 -

Ocean-Going Robots Effective At Surveying Pollock

This may be the first time data collected using uncrewed surface vehicles were used to help produce an annual estimate of abundance for a commercial fish stock.
December 10, 2020 - Feature Story ,
Photo of two saildrones in open water.

Ecology of Small Fish 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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Fish Growth and Survival Studies in Alaska

For each species or ecosystem that we study, we attempt to understand what factors affect species growth and survival and cause or contribute to population fluctuations over various time periods (e.g., between years and between decades).
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Alaska Fish Research Surveys

NOAA Fisheries scientists conduct a variety of ongoing field studies and surveys to help us better understand and predict marine life abundance in Alaska. We also collect a variety of information about the environment in which they live.

Research on Surveying Untrawlable Habitats in Alaska

Bottom-trawl and acoustic surveys conducted by the Alaska Fisheries Science Center.
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