Alaska Sea Grant Research Projects

Found 107 projects. Displaying projects 1–15.

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INCREASING THE CAPACITY OF ALASKAN COASTAL COMMUNITIES TO ADAPT AND RESPOND TO STORM DRIVEN COASTAL HAZARDS
  • Maio
Initiated: Feb 2021 
 
The importance of seaweed wrack as habitat and resource
  • Konar
Initiated: Feb 2020 
 
Supporting coastal community resilience in Alaska: an evaluation of the Sea Ice for Walrus Outlook (SIWO)
  • Kettle
Initiated: Feb 2020 
 
Climate-Driven Arctic Coastline Modeling: Improving Erosion Forecasts for Communities
Initiated: Feb 2020 
 
Reassessing hatchery mating policy in Alaska: is non-selective mating unnatural?
  • McPhee
Initiated: Feb 2020 
 
Geographic variation of nearshore carbonate chemistry in the Gulf of Alaska
  • Kelley
Initiated: Feb 2020 
 
Copper toxicity to Bristol Bay sockeye salmon larvae under field-relevant water quality conditions
  • Wooller
Initiated: Feb 2020 
 
Potential for resilience—Examining the effects of ocean acidification on native Alaskan bivalves
  • Kelley
Initiated: Aug 2018 
 
Integrating local ecological knowledge and survey data to improve assessment and management of rockfishes in Alaska
  • Beaudreau
  • Meyer
  • Williams
Initiated: Jul 2018 
 
Kelp reproduction and harvest rebound in Kachemak Bay, Alaska
  • Konar
Initiated: Feb 2018 
 
Metabolic and growth physiology of early life history stages of the northern spot shrimp, Pandalus platyceros
  • Tamone
Initiated: Feb 2018 
 
Arctic Risk Management Network: Linking Regional Practitioners and Researchers to Improve Mitigation Through Participatory Action Research by Community Monitors about Erosion, Surges, and Nearshore Sea Ice Loss as Mutual Priorities
  • Ravens
  • Garland
  • Overbeck
Initiated: Feb 2018 
 
Assessing the resilience of southeast Alaskan salmon to a shifting freshwater environment
  • Falke
  • Bellmore
  • Bellmore
  • Holen
Initiated: Feb 2018 
 
Applied Research for a New Seaweed Aquaculture Industry in Alaska
  • Stekoll
Focus: Sustainable Fisheries and Aquaculture Initiated: Sep 2016 
 
Exploring Linkages Between Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems to Predict Sockeye Salmon Responses to Climate Change and to Inform Enhancement Options on Kodiak Island, Alaska
  • Finkle
  • Westley
  • Beaudreau
Focus: Sustainable Fisheries and Aquaculture Initiated: Jun 2016 
 

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