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Title: Health and Reproductive Implications of Exposure of Pacific herring (Clupea Pallasi) Adults and Eggs to Weathered Crude Oil

Project Year and Number: 1996: 96074

Other Fiscal Years and Numbers for this Project: 1995: 95074

Principal Investigator (PI): Mark Carls, NOAA

Assisting Personnel: Scott Johnson, Jeep Rice, Robert Thomas

Research Location: Prince William Sound

Restoration Category: Research

Injured Resources Addressed: Pacific Herring

Abstract: This study has been examining long-term impacts on herring due to the oil spill using field and laboratory measurements. The field component searched for reproductive impacts in PWS stocks and the laboratory portion tested if exposure of various life stages to oil causes damage. This project began following the crash of populations in PWS and represents one of several projects focused on causes of the crash and prospects for recovery.

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Funding Detail For: 1996

Quarterly Project Tasks For: 1996

Annual Report: 1996: Not Available

Final Report: See Project 1241

Publications from this Project: None Available

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