How to Track the Most Elusive Shark in Alaska
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When most people think of sharks in Alaska, they think of either salmon sharks (Lamna ditropis) or spiny dogfish sharks (Squalus suckleyi). But there’s another shark species that resides in Alaskan waters, one that is rarely encountered and poorly understood … Read More

AOOS Needs User Input
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A study is being conducted on behalf of AOOS and the Integrated Ocean Observing System Association by the Center for the Blue Economy of the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey. Your assistance with the associated survey will help … Read More

Lower Cook Inlet Buoy Back in Action!
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The Lower Cook Inlet wave buoy is now back up and providing critical wave data in real-time! The buoy was damaged beyond repair after going adrift early in the morning of May 26,2021 and needed to be replaced. AOOS asks … Read More

Lower Cook Inlet Buoy Goes Adrift
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The Lower Cook Inlet wave buoy is temporarily out of commission after going adrift early in the morning of May 26,2021. The buoy is expected to be replaced and back in commission by mid-July 2021… Read More

Alaska Marine Policy Forum – June 16
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Each month, the Alaska Ocean Observing System and Alaska Sea Grant host a one-hour conference call with participants across the state interested in marine policy in Alaska.  Join us to hear the latest about marine funding, legislation, and state and … Read More

2021 Yukon River Chinook Run Timing Forecast
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Yukon River Chinook are predicted to arrive on the delta slightly later than average in 2021. The first significant pulse (15% point) is expected by June 15th and 50% of the run is expected to have arrived by June 23rd. … Read More

Bering Sea Crabbers Discuss OA
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On May 26, members of the Bering Sea crabbing industry met with researchers to discuss the latest science on ocean acidification and climate as it relates to crab in the region.… Read More

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