Ed Rappaport, Ph.D. Please go to the NOAA Staff Directory, https://nsd.rdc.noaa.gov/, to search for a specific person not listed here. Legislative Affairs Analyst Alaska produces more than half the fish caught in waters off the coast of the United States, with an average wholesale value of nearly $4.5 billion a year. Contact information may be found at the NOAA Staff Directory or DOC Person Finder. [Bio], U.S. Navy Hurricane Specialist Disclaimer
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this computer network, 3) all Government-furnished computers connected to this network, and Intergovernmental Affairs - state, county, tribal, and community-level outreach. 4) all Government-furnished devices and storage media attached to this network or to a U.S. Department of Commerce. Tel: 202-482-0809 Once fishing levels and regulations are adopted and approved, the Alaska Regional Office works to implement the Council decisions. National Ocean Service (NOS) - including National Marine Sanctuaries, National Estuarine Research Reserve System (NERRS), Digital Coast, coastal zone management, coral reef conservation, coastal and estuarine land conservation, and marine protected areas. Director email@example.com. We analyze biological, oceanographic and ecological data collected during research surveys and by trained fisheries observers in our laboratories. Our mission at NOAA Fisheries Alaska Regional Office is the science-based stewardship of Alaska’s marine resources and their habitats in the Gulf of Alaska, eastern Bering Sea, and Arctic oceans. Dennis Feltgen Alaska resources provide jobs and a stable food supply for the nation, while supporting a traditional way of life for Alaska Native and local fishing communities.
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Steve Feuer NOAA’s Habitat Focus Areas: Showing Results, NATIONAL OCEANIC AND ATMOSPHERIC ADMINISTRATION, Report a Stranded or Injured Marine Animal, Alaska Economic and Social Science Research, Ecosystem and Recruitment Processes Research, Recruitment Energetics and Coastal Assessment, Alaska Fisheries Science Center Divisions and Programs, Alaska Fisheries Science Center Publications Database, Questions and Answers: Partial Coverage Observer Program Reintroduction, Forage Species, Grenadiers, Sculpins, and Squids, State of Alaska Sport Fisheries: Salmon, Rockfish, Lingcod, Shellfish, Freshwater Fish, Frequently Asked Questions about the Subsistence Halibut Program, Figures, Maps, Boundaries, Regulatory Areas, and Zones, ESA Species and Critical Habitat Mapper Web Application, Endangered, Threatened, and Candidate Species in Alaska, Non-Marine Mammals Reviewed for ESA Listing, Marine Mammal Stranding Program (Stranding Hotline: 877-925-7773), Buying or Finding Marine Mammal Parts and Products, U.S. Career Opportunities This region of nearly 1.5 million square miles includes waters in the Gulf of Alaska, Bering Sea, Aleutian Islands, Chukchi Sea, and Beaufort Sea. Stacy R. Stewart Satellite Imagery - [Bio] We analyze biological, oceanographic and ecological data collected during research surveys and by trained fisheries observers in our laboratories. For the best experience, please use a modern browser such as Chrome, Firefox, or Edge. Information Quality | The goal is to allow fishermen to harvest the optimum amount of fish while leaving enough in the ocean to reproduce and provide future fishing opportunities in perpetuity. Tel: 202-482-5111 NOAA Commissioned Personnel Center For instance, we regularly monitor sea surface temperatures in the Bering Sea, and Gulf of Alaska. Working with industries, stakeholder groups, government agencies, and private citizens, we ensure that these activities have minimal impact on essential fish habitat and marine life in Alaska. Marc Laurent Weather and climate records.