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Study by NOAA Fisheries Antarctic Scientists Among Journal’s Top 100 Ecology Papers of 2020

By targeting Antarctic krill hotspots, the krill fishery can have outsized negative impacts on penguins while still remaining under the catch limit.
November 10, 2021 - Feature Story ,
Penguins A gentoo penguin breeding colony at the Copacabana field station on King George Island, South Shetland Islands, Antarctica. Credit: NOAA Fisheries
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West Coast Whiting Trawl Seabird Cable Strike Meeting

| 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Discussion of research on seabird cable strikes and application to fishery management

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New Data Show That Penguins in Antarctica May Prefer Dining with Friends to Dining Alone

Researchers attached video cameras to penguins and obtained some of the first footage of penguins synchronously swimming, diving, and feeding for several hours.
October 20, 2021 - Feature Story ,
Penguin with chinstrap camera Chinstrap penguin with camera. Credit: NOAA Fisheries.

NOAA Fisheries Releases New Video Looking At Environmental Conditions In The Gulf Of Alaska In 2020

The video highlights findings in Alaska Fisheries Science Center’s 2020 Ecosystem Status Report for the Gulf of Alaska
02/22/2022 - Media Release ,
Still image infographic from the 2020 Gulf of Alaska Ecosystem Status Report Video showing the contributions of  environmental processes, predators, prey and competitors to stock assessments.

Partners Provide Critical Support in Unprecedented Year for Alaska Research and Fisheries Management

For more than two decades, Alaska has led the way in using ecosystem information to inform resource management decisions. In 2020, contributions from research partners and local communities together with NOAA scientists helped fill some data gaps.
January 28, 2021 - Feature Story ,
Seabirds in the water during a longline survey.

Seabird Research in the Antarctic

We study the population health of Antarctic seabirds in relation to the availability of Antarctic krill, their main food source. Our data are used to inform ecosystem-based management in the Southern Ocean.
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Remote Camera Network Tracks Antarctic Species at Low Cost

An international research team has developed a simple method for using autonomous time-lapse cameras to track the breeding and population dynamics of Antarctic penguins, providing a new, low-cost window into the health and productivity of their ecosystem.
May 16, 2018 - News ,
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