Title: Differentiation and Interchange of Harlequin Duck Populations Within the North Pacific
Project Year and Number: 1996: 96161
Principal Investigator (PI): Buddy Goatcher, US Fish & Wildlife Service
Research Location: Alaska Peninsula, Prince William Sound, Kodiak Archipelago
Restoration Category: Research
Injured Resources Addressed: Harlequin Ducks
Abstract: Harlequin ducks range widely throughout the oil-spill area, but little is known about whether the regional population consists of a single stock or multiple, discrete subpopulations. Recent advances in avian genetics enable cost-effective sampling of harlequin ducks in Prince William Sound, Kodiak Island, the Alaska Peninsula, and other locations to assess the degree of differentiation within and interchange among harlequin ducks in the oil-spill area.
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Funding Detail For: 1996
Quarterly Project Tasks For: 1996
Annual Report: 1996: Not Available
Final Report: See Project 1111
Publications from this Project: None Available
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|1998: 98161-CLO||Not Available||
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|1997: 97161||Not Available||