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UAS yields key data for fishing industry

...spending an additional year at the weir collecting data for his own project while assisting John Joyce, a NOAA fisheries biologist.Each student conducts their own supervised research while helping to provide essential man-power for positions...
Biologists track unusual fish sightings on Alaska's coast

...patch of warm water known as "The Blob."State fishery biologist Scott Meyer, who is based in Homer, is amassing...according to state biologist Steve Moffitt.Federal fisheries biologist Joe Orsi said two of them swam into researchers...
In short pink salmon year, plenty of theories and few certainties

...figures downward."I think we're looking at 35 (million) or something right now," said Scott Walker, an ADFG fishery biologist in Ketchikan. "There's nothing official right now ... in the back of our heads, it looks like 35."Why...
Half of Columbia River sockeye dying due to hot water

...warming water temperatures.Federal and state fisheries biologists say the warm water is lethal for the cold-water...ultimately perish.Elsewhere in the region, state fisheries biologists in Oregon say more than 100 spring chinook died...
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Candidates stock city ballot as deadline arrives

...Keaton's highest priority is reducing class sizes "as much possible" for grades K?2. He works as a fisheries biologist for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.? Emil "Robert" Mackey, a resident of Juneau since...
Boats, seals, and the water (not) between

...interests of pups and the humans who want to see them can clash.National Atmospheric and Oceanic Administration fisheries biologist John Jansen has been studying harbor seals in Disenchantment Bay since 2002, when the Yakutat Tlingit Tribe requested...
An ocean of change: Warm gulf leads to unusual happenings, worried scientists

...always bad (for marine life)," said NOAA Research Fishery Biologist Joe Orsi. "It's frustrating. As a scientist...undetermined," Wynne wrote in an email.Research Fisheries Biologist John Moran said he hasn't seen anything unusual...
Across state, early salmon catches underweight

...5 to 5.5 pounds," said Spalinger. In Bristol Bay, home of the state's most abundant and valuable sockeye fishery, biologist Tim Sands said he'd been hearing about the small sockeye sizes statewide, but did not have enough information...
A curious catch: Longliners bring surprise to Juneau's docks

...Once they're processed and eaten or sold, Fish and Game will get the skulls.Not a lot is known about skilfish, Fishery Biologist Aaron Baldwin said, who has now made it a pet project to learn more about them.The term "rare" was thrown around...
Photographer Bob Armstrong to lead Fireside chat

...glacier's backyard. Before pursuing publishing and photography full time, Armstrong worked for 30 years as a fisheries biologist with the Alaska Department of Fish and Game. As with all Fireside Lectures, this event will begin at 6:30 p...


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