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NOAA to city: Center is iffy; cancel road

...expected. NOAA is evaluating whether to reduce the size of a Lena Point center or upgrade the current National Marine Fisheries Service lab at Auke Bay. "We have a $51 million budget and $63 million project with the bids that came in high...

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Local news of 2002

...competing for labor. The summer start for building the proposed $51 million, 69,000-square-foot National Marine Fisheries Service lab at Lena Point was delayed when bids came in at least $6 million high. Federal officials said they are...

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Juneau Empire Story Archive

...found in the sockeyes, the salmon likely came from Bristol Bay, said Adam Moles, a biologist at the National Marine Fisheries Service lab. Further tests are needed to validate the initial findings, which were made public today. The results...

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JDHS science team eyes nationals

...in general and we can tap into that as a resource," she said. Carney said local agencies such as the National Marine Fisheries Service lab in Auke Bay and the Alaska Department of Fish and Game are a tremendous benefit to the students. "I certainly...

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...found in the sockeyes, the salmon likely came from Bristol Bay, said Adam Moles, a biologist at the National Marine Fisheries Service lab. Further tests are needed to validate the initial findings, which were made public today. The results...

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Juneau Empire Online Local News: Pelican-area fish kill mystifies state, federal biologists 8/9/98

...We couldn't see anything obvious on the fish for reasons why they died,'' Andersen said. The National Marine Fisheries Service lab will analyze the fish stomachs for ingested creatures that produce toxins and check the gills for sediment...

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