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Testing Molecular and Otolith Tools to Investigate Population-of-Origin and Migration in Arctic Cisco Found in the Colville River, Alaska (AK-06-08)
US Geological Survey (USGS)
The lowest harvest rates ever occurred in the critical subsistence resource, Colville River arctic cisco, raised urgent concerns about the possible effects of offshore oil and gas development in the early 2000s. A 2003 Arctic Cisco Workshop conducted in Nuiqsut with both scientific and local arctic cisco experts identified the highest priority information needs with regard to the Colville River...
2018-08-09 15:08:31 -0800
US Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS)
Document habitats used by caribou of the Porcupine and Central Arctic Herds for calving, post calving, and overwintering, and identify migratory routes.
2018-08-09 15:08:21 -0800
North Slope Borough (NSB)
Establishing population counts of King and Common Eiders on the North Slope.
The eiders that migrate through northwest Alaska nest at dispersed locations across northern Alaska and Canada. Because they are widespread it is difficult to get a good population estimate. Most of the population, however, migrates near Barrow during the spring and then again in the summer/fall. We counted...
2018-10-19 17:27:06 -0800