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A small clause in the nation’s most recent water resources and funding bill could breathe new life into plans for a large vessel port in Western Alaska.
Impacts of a Changing Environment on the Dynamics of High-latitude Fish and Fisheries Fishery, marine, and social scientists, as well as managers, industry, and representatives of affected communities, are invited to submit abstracts. deadline for submission is January 15, 2017. … Continue reading
Deadline for the COOK INLET REGIONAL CITIZENS ADVISORY COUNCIL (CIRCAC) TWO (2) SCHOLARSHIPS to deserving students who are pursuing courses or training in either the Environmental Sciences or Maritime Studies. Continue reading
These student awards support scientific and scholarly research that informs effective management and sustainable use of marine resources in North Pacific waters. Awards will be $25,000 each, with a minimum of six students to be selected in May 2017. Funds … Continue reading
Students grades K-8 can submit artwork through November 30th that answers the questions: How does marine debris impact the oceans and Great Lakes? What are you doing to help prevent marine debris?
Deadline for applications for the MARINE DEBRIS RESEARCH GRANT for proposals for research on marine debris impact and behaviors. Continue reading
The Alaska SeaLife Center (ASLC) established the Awards to recognize those who have made significant contributions to ocean sciences, education, and resource management in Alaska. December 2 is the deadline for nominations. Continue reading
The 2017 Alaska Marine Science Symposium (AMSS), Alaska’s premier marine research conference, will take place on January 23-27, 2017. Continue reading
This Alaska Climate Webinar is presented by the Alaska Center for Climate Assessment & Policy (ACCAP) on Tuesday, August 9 from 10-11am AKDT. This presentation will cover what we know about OA in Alaska, statewide monitoring efforts to track changes in … Continue reading