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News articles (since 2013)

  1. Shenton, Will. 23 February 2022. How Alaska Native communities are building resilience to climate change. UW College of the Environment News. URL
  2. Ali, Zaiba, et al. 5-12 December 2021. Map of the Month. The Arctic This Week. URL
  3. Pfennigwerth, Alix. 2021. Changing climate, changing access for Arctic Indigenous harvesters in National Parklands. National Park Service News. URL
  4. Grove, Casey. 10 November 2021. New research shows how Alaska subsistence harvesters are having to adapt to climate change. Alaska Public Media – Anchorage. URL
  5. Baker, Rochelle. 29 August 2021. Why are some lingcod bright blue? Times Colonist. URL
  6. Baker, Rochelle. 24 August 2021. Why so blue, little lingcod? Toronto Star. URL
  7. Gore, Anne. 23 June 2021. Rockfish study adds local ecological knowledge to inform fisheries management. Alaska Sea Grant Fishlines Newsletter. URL
  8. Bailey, Alice. 13 March 2020. Melting glaciers will have mixed effects on Pacific salmon. SitNews. URL
  9. Early, Wesley. 14 October 2019. As Kotzebue experiences one of its warmest years on record, subsistence hunters contend with shrinking ice. Alaska Public Media. URL
  10. Ainsworth, Nolin. 17 October 2019. Biologist shares new insights into Juneau estuaries. Juneau Empire. URL
  11. Editorial Staff. 16 October 2019. The impacts of melting glaciers explained. KINY Radio – News of the North. URL
  12. Moran, Tom. 21 August 2019. Bagging barnacles, exploring a changing ecosystem. UAF News and Information. URL
  13. Seifert, Jenny. 25 July 2019. Locked in and off-loaded: Quotas stifle diversity and stability in fishing. National Fisherman. URL
  14. Kelloway, Claire. 23 May 2019. Catch share programs consolidating Alaskan fisheries – cutting out small, rural, and young fishermen. Food and Power. URL
  15. Robinson, Grant. 15 May 2019. Alaska’s commercial fishing field shifting toward specialization, shrinking participation. KTUU Anchorage. URL
  16. Orlowski, Aaron. 8 May 2019. Study: Fishery consolidation in Alaska leaves fishermen vulnerable. Seafood Source. URL
  17. Earl, Elizabeth. 8 May 2019. Study pinpoints trend toward fisheries specialization. Alaska Journal of Commerce. URL
  18. Editorial Staff. 2 May 2019. Research finds fisheries are becoming more specialized. The Cordova Times. URL
  19. Frisch, Lauren. 29 April 2019. Alaska fishermen are becoming more specialized. SitNews. URL
  20. Swisher, Julie. 26 April 2019. Study reveals changes in commercial fisheries over three decades. KXDF Fairbanks. [link no longer available]
  21. Frisch, Lauren. 24 April 2019. Alaska fishermen are becoming more specialized. UAF News and Information. URL
  22. de Oliveira, Elizabeth. 27 September 2018. Students Share Subsistence Practices Through Film. Stanford Earth. URL
  23. Moran, Tom. 19 September 2018. NSF awards $20 million to fund ‘Fire and Ice’ project. UAF News and Information. URL
  24. Yadron, Samantha. 6 September 2018. Alaska refuge can’t protect its wildlife from climate change. National Geographic. URL
  25. Rosen, Yereth. 19 February 2018. Microplastic contamination is affecting people and animals in remote Alaska. Pacific Standard. URL
  26. Editorial Staff. 15 February 2018. How microplastics are contaminating birds in remote Alaska. The Weather Network. URL
  27. Venton, Danielle. 12 February 2018. From drugged oysters to birds full of plastic, oceans are feeling the burden of pollution. KQED. URL
  28. Eckert, Ginny. 28 August 2018. UAF student completes salmon predation study. Alaska Sea Grant. URL
  29. Gullufsen, Kevin. 5 April 2018. Otters, nuclear rockfish and whale watching’s impact: UAF fisheries masters students to showcase a wide-range of work. Juneau Empire. (Features CFE Lab MS student Matt Callahan) URL
  30. KTOO Public Media. 2 April 2018. A Juneau Afternoon radio program, featuring Anne Beaudreau (Associate Professor, CFE Lab) and Ashley Bolwerk (MS Student) to promote UA Fisheries Days at Lena Point. URL
  31. Dobbyn, Paula. 23 January 2018. Alaska Sea Grant awards over $1 million for research. Features our newly-funded ASG project on fishers’ local knowledge. URL
  32. Frisch, Lauren. 28 September 2017. Seeking more than one species stabilizes fishing income. UAF press release. URL
  33. Gullufsen, Kevin. 8 September 2017. As glaciers melt, scientists try to figure out how fish will respond. Juneau Empire. URL
  34. Ainsworth, Nolin. 8 July 2017. Science brings soccer star to Juneau. Juneau Empire. URL
  35. Earl, Elizabeth. 28 June 2017. Study shows Homer halibut charters stay closer to town. Peninsula Clarion. URL
  36. Zak, Annie. 25 June 2017. Alaska halibut charters are targeting multiple species. Here’s why. Alaska Dispatch News. URL
  37. Bolton, Aaron. 23 June 2017. Study examines the ripple effect of charter operators’ choices. KBBI Homer (URL) and KTOO Public Media (URL)
  38. Frisch, Lauren. 20 June 2017. Study: Halibut charters adapt to economics and regulations. UAF press release (URL) and SitNews (URL)
  39. Jenkins, Elizabeth. 2 May 2017. Scientists see the future in the bellies of fish. KTOO Public Media. URL
  40. Baier, Christine. 27 April 2017. First observations of fine-scale juvenile sablefish movements in the wild reveal behavioral patterns that may influence survival. NOAA Alaska Fisheries Science Center News. URL
  41. Frisch, Lauren. 9 August 2016. Halibut regulations linked to diversification of charter fishing portfolios. SFOS Newsroom. URL
  42. Welch, Laine. 4 March 2016. Is the clue to shrinking halibut in their stomachs — and those of arrowtooth flounder? Alaska Dispatch News. URL
  43. Welch, Laine. 2 March 2016. Halibut, arrowtooth flounder stomachs wanted for science. Alaska Fish Radio. [link no longer available]
  44. Miller, Clara. 26 February 2016. Stomachs wanted: halibut and flounder. Juneau Empire. [link no longer available]
  45. Frisch, Lauren. 25 November 2015. Glacier meltwater into Southeast Alaska estuaries influences fish diets. Alaska Sea Grant [link no longer available], UAF College of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences (URL), and SitNews (URL)
  46. Mulvaney, Kieran. 11 November 2015. Alaska Cod Are Eating Seabirds – But How? Discovery News. [link no longer available]
  47. Rosen, Yereth. 9 November 2015. Pacific cod may have learned to hunt seabirds, research indicates. Alaska Dispatch News. [link no longer available]
  48. NOAA West Coast Region. Spring 2015. Local knowledge shapes recovery of Puget Sound rockfish. URL
  49. 1 April 2015. New study highlights the value of local knowledge in recovering endangered species. [link no longer available]
  50. University of California Santa Barbara. 15 September 2014. Announcing two new Gulf of Alaska Working Groups. Press release. [link no longer available]
  51. Alaska EPSCoR. 15 September 2014. The Southeast Test Case: From glaciers to estuaries outside Juneau, Alaska. URL
  52. Alaska EPSCoR. 26 August 2014. Hike with the Scientists: Learning about Southeast Alaska’s ecosystems in person. URL
  53. Miller, Matt. 6 November 2013. New research focusing on local glacial estuary habitat. KTOO Public Media. [link no longer available]