Alaska Sea Grant in the news
- Cook Inlet oil spill response tool to integrate subsistence resources
October 17, 2017 • Aaron Bolton • KBBI Radio, Kenai Peninsula
Alaska Sea Grant helps create tool to help Cook Inlet spill responders understand environment and resources, such as commercial fisheries and wildlife.
- Kodiak will play a key role in innovating ways to produce biofuels from seaweeds
October 15, 2017 • Laine Welch • Alaska Dispatch News
Alaska Sea Grant publication "Seaweed Farming in Alaska" mentioned in article about Alaska's potential to grow seaweeds for biofuel and other uses.
- People from across the country travel to Kodiak to learn how to smoke fish
October 15, 2017 • Mitch Borden • KMXT Radio, Kodiak • Also appeared in SeafoodNews.com
Students of Alaska Sea Grant’s Smoked Seafood School participated in two-day, hands-on class at the Kodiak Seafood and Marine Science Center.
- The Pacific walrus won’t be listed under the Endangered Species Act. Your reaction?
October 13, 2017 • David Dodman • KNOM Radio, Nome
Alaska Sea Grant's Gay Sheffield will discuss marine mammals in the Nome region on KNOM Exchange radio call-in show.
- Around Town: Settle in to fall with new art, smoked seafood and winter gear giveaway
October 13, 2017 • Cordova Times
Alaska Sea Grant's upcoming Smoked Seafood School in Cordova highlighted in October events.
- Alaska’s oyster farmers are filling an acidification-driven void
October 12, 2017 • Gloria Dickey • Hakai Magazine •
Alaska Sea Grant's Gary Freitag plays important role in providing oyster seed to growers in California and Washington, where ocean acidification may deter seed development.
- Near-record open water reported in Beaufort and Chukchi seas
October 2, 2017 • Michelle Theriault Boots • Alaska Dispatch News • Article shared by the US Arctic Research Commission
As September ended, near-record expanses of ice-free open water existed in the Beaufort and Chukchi seas, according to Alaska Sea Grant in a recent blog post.