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.
- April 2013: Biochemistry studies improve king crab larval diet
- March 2013: Launching the 2013 culture year for Kodiak red king crab
- February 2013: Seward Marine Center provides valuable support to AKCRRAB
- January 2013: Genetic population structure of blue king crab
- December 2012: Fishers and processors collect and ship blue king crab for research
- November 2012: Old Harbor community supports AKCRRAB
- October 2012: Female red king crabs collected in southeast Alaska for new study
- September 2012: Comparing temperature effects on molting and growth of newly settled red and blue king crabs
- August 2012: NOAA ecological research on hatchery-cultured blue king crabs
- July 2012: Blue king crab rearing experiment shows low cannibalistic mortality in first juvenile stages
- June 2012: Juvenile blue king crabs shipped from Alutiiq Pride Shellfish Hatchery for research
- May 2012: Researchers improve blue king crab culture technology and achieve high survival at Alutiiq Pride Shellfish Hatchery