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Pan-Pacific salmon research project begins

A Pan-Pacific salmon research expedition supported by five nations is slated to get underway between late January and mid-February, to learn more about the impact on salmon due to climate change in the North Pacific Ocean.

GOA expedition seeks to understand climate change impact on salmon

An international expedition focused on better understanding how climate change is impacting salmon in the Gulf of Alaska is underway through mid-March, with a...

Cordova Chronicles: Reflections on a Veterans Day passed

Veterans Day, Nov. 11, recently passed. The date is chosen in remembrance of the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month...

Winter salmon study planned for Gulf of Alaska

Plans are underway for the International Year of the Salmon in 2019, sponsored in part by the North Pacific Anadromous Fish Commission.The NPAFC has for...

Plans underway for International Year of the Salmon

Fisheries interests from Canada, Japan, Korea, Russia and the United States are collaborating through the North Pacific Anadromous Fish Commission to plan the International...

Walker promotes LNG with Korea

Gov. Bill Walker is moving to strengthen trade relations with Korea through talks with Republic of Korea President Moon Jae-in.Walker, who was in Washington...

Congress rolls back protecting streams from coal mining

Alaska’s congressional delegation has voted with the Republican majority to overturn a rule that blocks coal mines from discharging waste into streams.The U.S. Senate...

Walker returns to S. Korea to promote LNG

Gov. Bill Walker, accompanied by Alaska Gasline Development Corp. President Keith Meyer, returned to South Korea on Oct. 8 to speak about Alaska’s energy...
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