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NOAA Fisheries National Marine Fisheries Service - Alaska Regional Office

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In The News Alaskan Steller Sea Lion Count Reported Colter Creek Fish Habitat Restoration Funded Proposed rule to list the North Pacific right whale as endangered and designate critical habitat ( Adobe Acrobat ) Public comment period on the future of U.S. marine fisheries --> ( Adobe Acrobat ) --> Hot Topics Lynn Canal Pacific herring BSAI Pacific cod allocations New Limited Access Privilege Programs: - BSAI Amendment 80 - GOA Rockfish Program - BSAI Crab Rationalization Site Resources Site Index Employee Lookup Contact Information About Us Alaska Weather National Marine Fisheries Service Alaska Region PO Box 21668 Juneau, Alaska 99802-1668 RAM Permit Info: (907) 586-7474 Fisheries Info: (907) 586-7202 General Info: (907) 586-7221 FX: (907) 586-7249 Email: [email protected] More Fi Read More
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NOAA News Online (Story 536)

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NOAA News || NOAA Home Page NOAA FISHERIES ISSUES BIOLOGICAL OPINION ON ALASKAN FISHERIES Proposes Measures to Protect Steller Sea Lions and Announces Plans to Work with Fishing Industry to Minimize Economic Impact December 1, 2000 — NOAA's National Marine Fisheries Service today released a biological opinion that examines the effects of Alaska's groundfish fisheries on Steller sea lions and other endangered species. The agency has concluded that while many factors, such as changing ocean environment, have contributed to the 4.7 percent average annual decline of the western population of sea lions, competition with fisheries that target their most important food sources is a significant factor in their decline. To reduce the impact of fishing on the sea lions, the agency has proposed Read More
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