Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Mike Sigler, NOAA Alaska Fisheries Science Center, Juneau
Fish harvests in the Arctic Ocean are small, yet the largest U.S. commercial fisheries lie immediately south in the Bering Sea. Bering Sea pollock quotas recently fell due to poor recruitment during a run of warm years (2001-2005) only to be followed by a run of cold years (2006-2010) and increased pollock abundance. A large ecosystem study aims to understand and forecast these changes. The Bering Sea project is funded by the North Pacific Research Board and the National Science Foundation (bsierp.nprb.org/). Join us to learn more about climate impacts on Alaska fisheries.

Presentation/Slides: ine.uaf.edu/accap/documents/2011_09_BeringSea_Sigler.pdf

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