Sunday, July 21, 2024

Tag: Prince William Sound Science Center

Around Town: Movie night, CCMC basket auction and plastic recycling event

CCMC Basket Auction Stop by the Cordova Community Medical Center and bid daily from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. on baskets up for auction in...

Warming PWS requires further study

Rapid environmental changes already impacting salmon populations require substantially more research into the degree of these changes, fisheries experts are telling a congressional committee...

Echo sounder records herring fleeing predators

Marine scientists in Prince William Sound are learning more about how herring race to elude predators as they move towards the surface for spawning. In...

Wind storm sends 100-foot boat adrift and marina building to the...

A wind storm with gusts hitting nearly 100 miles an hour beat down on Cordova on Oct. 23, setting the anchored Polar Bear adrift,...

Panel will review salmon fisheries science

A Senate field hearing is scheduled for 10:30 a.m. on Oct. 20 at the Dena’ina Center in Anchorage to review current science behind Alaska’s...

Alaska’s salmon hatcheries are economic engines

By Mead Treadwell For The Cordova Times If you haven’t noticed, there’s a big debate a brewing in Southcentral Alaska about fish hatcheries. The Alaska Board...

Centuries of tradition: Wild salmon subsistence and trade supports First People...

Before western contact, the first people who lived along Prince William Sound and on the Copper River Delta in and around villages included Eyak...

Festival celebrates salmon through music and art

Musical headliner Big Fat Buddha, the Alaska Salmon Runs, Small Fry Activities and a myriad of other attractions brought in the crowds for the...

Less tempting trash would minimize bear encounters

Bear attacks in Alaska have been minimal over the past 125 years, given all the human traffic, but they could still be fewer and...