Alaska Sea Grant Research Projects

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Sustainability of Coastal Communities and Sea Otters: Harvest and Future Management of Sea Otters
  • Eckert
  • Langdon
Focus: Healthy Coastal Ecosystems Initiated: Feb 2014 
 
Industry-Based Documentation of the Effectiveness of F3 "Whale Pingers" at Reducing Humpback Whale Interactions with Alaska Salmon Fisheries
  • Wynne
  • Rice
  • Witteveen
Focus: Sustainable Fisheries and Aquaculture Initiated: Feb 2014 
 
Long-Term Records of Abundance and Effects of Large Scale Climate Change on Alaska Peninsula Sockeye Salmon
  • Misarti
  • Finney
  • Shapley
Focus: Healthy Coastal Ecosystems Initiated: Feb 2014 
 
Graying of the Fleet in Alaska's Fisheries: Defining the Problem and Assessing Alternatives
  • Carothers
  • Donkersloot
  • Cullenberg
Focus: Resilient Communities and Economies Initiated: Feb 2014 
 
Collaborative Research: Building Capacity for Community-based Marine Mammal Conservation in Bristol Bay
  • Meek
  • Aderman
Focus: Healthy Coastal Ecosystems Initiated: Feb 2012 
 
Nutrition and Condition of Red King Crab Larvae: Enhancement of King Crabs to Improve Sustainability of Alaskan Coastal Communities
  • Eckert
Focus: Safe and Sustainable Seafood Supply Initiated: Feb 2012 
 
Developing High-Resolution Strontium Isotope Maps of Alaska Rivers to Track Pacific Salmon Migrations: The Nushagak River as a Case Study to Evaluate Spatial and Seasonal Variability
  • Wooller
Focus: Healthy Coastal Ecosystems Initiated: Feb 2012 
 
Impacts of Sea Otter Recolonization on Marine Resources and Coastal Communities in Southern Southeast Alaska
  • Rice
  • Eckert
Focus: Healthy Coastal Ecosystems Initiated: Feb 2012 
 
Implementing an Early Detection and Rapid Response (EDRR) Framework for Nonindigenous Marine Species in Alaska with Citizen Science
  • Freitag
  • Ruiz
  • Christie
Focus: Healthy Coastal Ecosystems Initiated: Jan 2011 
 
Sea Grant Aquaculture Research Program 2010: Red King Crab Aquaculture in Alaska—Release Strategies and Critical Ecosystem Interactions
  • Eckert
  • Stoner
  • Christie
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Focus: Safe and Sustainable Seafood Supply Initiated: Oct 2010 
 
Parsimony in Integrated Age-Structured Assessment Models: Modeling of Time-dependent Parameters and Uncertainty in a Changing Environment
  • Quinn
Focus: Safe and Sustainable Seafood Supply Initiated: Jul 2010 
 
The Seasonal and Interannual Patterns of Larvaceans and Pteropods in the Coastal Gulf of Alaska, and Their Relationship to Pink Salmon Survival
  • Hopcroft
Focus: Safe and Sustainable Seafood Supply Initiated: Jul 2010 
 
Low-Intensity, Low-Cost Management of Salmon Fisheries
  • Adkison
Focus: Safe and Sustainable Seafood Supply Initiated: May 2010 
 
Identifying Red and Blue King Crab Stocks for Sustainable Harvest and Sustainable Coastal Alaskan Communities
  • Tallmon
Focus: Safe and Sustainable Seafood Supply Initiated: Feb 2010 
 
Ecological, Economic, and Social Changes as a Result of Sea Otter Recolonization in Southern Southeast Alaska
  • Eckert
  • Rice
Focus: Safe and Sustainable Seafood Supply Initiated: Feb 2010 
 

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