Most Alaskans call Pebble “the wrong mine in the wrong place.” But Dunleavy disregards their voices.
NOAA “remains concerned” with ongoing impacts of low crab abundance.
Over 3/4 of the wastewater still contains unsafe levels of radioactive material; Japan to set up fund for fisheries ‘reputational damage.’
The group will publish a report within one year of convening that identifies salmon research gaps and priorities.
Getting the relief funds in hand can take years, pending appropriations by Congress.
Lawsuit says NOAA admits that the Chinook harvest has been occurring at unsustainable levels over the last decade and continuing today,
Super Eco-batteries from crab shells are biodegradable and can be recharged 1,000 times.
The discussion by a diverse panel will likely be … heated.
Agendas, minutes, audio and presentations for all past meetings are posted. Four task force meetings are scheduled for next week.
Salmon that get their start in AK hatcheries add up to one-third of the fishery’s total value. But are they straining the ocean’s carrying capacity?