News FlashAlaska King Crab Research, Rehabilitation and Biology Program (AKCRRAB)
Scientists involved in AKCRRAB research highlight their work each month in a newsletter called AKCRRAB News Flash. Subscribers will receive the newsletter electronically, and recent issues are posted here. Older issues are in the News Flash archives.
To receive AKCRRAB News Flash by email, contact Sue Keller, (907) 474-6703.
- February 2015: Hatchery reared red king crab survive well when released into the wild
- January 2015: Researchers find pigments in king crab eyes can be used to determine age
- November-December 2014: Crab industry and fishermen contribute to broodstock collection
- October 2014: Researchers to investigate red king crab larval movement in Bristol Bay
- September 2014: Team finds wild king crab larvae near Saint Paul Island
- August 2014: AKCRRAB conducts experimental release of red king crabs in Kodiak
- July 2014: Fishing groups and Alaska Legislature support AKCRRAB research
- June 2014: Alaska-Argentina collaboration on king crab research
- May 2014: Kodiak red king crab successfully reared at hatchery for release experiments
- April 2014: Genetic population and mating structure identified for blue king crab
- March 2014: AKCRRAB crabs are used to probe effects of ocean acidification
- More in the News Flash archives