Lower Cook Inlet Wave Buoy Finally Re-Deployed
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Great news for Cook Inlet and Kachemak Bay mariners!  The Lower Cook Inlet Wave buoy is back online! Offline since May due to dead batteries, the original buoy was successfully recovered by C&C Salvage on July 31, 2020, and a … Read More

Alaska Marine Policy Forum
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Alaska Marine Policy Forum Join us for the Alaska Marine Policy Forum conference call, sponsored by Alaska Sea Grant and Alaska Ocean Observing System. Every other month we host a one-hour conference call with participants across the state interested in marine … Read More

Arctic Initiatives Specific to Alaska
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Arctic Initiatives Specific to Alaska North Slope Science Initiative Alaska Marine Ecosystem Forum Memorandum of Understanding NOAA Alaska Regional Collaboration Team

Alaska Science Oversight Groups
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Alaska Science Oversight Groups Arctic Council Arctic Ocean Sciences Board US Arctic Research Commission Arctic Research Consortium of the US U.S. Global Change Research Program (USGCRP)  Interagency Arctic Research Policy Committee International Arctic Science Committee National Science Foundation Office of … Read More

Alaska Issues
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Alaska Issues Alaska Ocean Acidification Network Alaska Water Level Watch Arctic Report Card Arctic Science Oversight Groups Arctic Initiatives Specific to Alaska Alaska Blob Tracker Yukon River Chinook Run Timing Alaska Marine Policy Forum

Arctic Marine Biodiversity Observation Network
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Arctic Marine Biodiversity Observation Network The Arctic Marine Biodiversity Observing Network (AMBON) is part of a national network to monitor biodiversity in the Arctic from microbes to whales. Marine biodiversity is a key component of ocean health. Monitoring and understanding marine … Read More

Prince William Sound Ocean Tracking Network
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Prince William Sound Ocean Tracking Network Location of Data The Need Knowledge of fish movements and migrations are critical to understanding fish population dynamics. In the decades prior to 1990 there was a robust Pacific herring population in Prince William … Read More

Cook Inlet Response Tool
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Cook Inlet Response Tool The Need Cook Inlet, located in southcentral Alaska, is home to many natural resources including fish, birds, and marine mammals. Additionally, this body of water is busy with vessel traffic, both shipping to and from the … Read More

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