Title: Survey of Octopus and Chiton in Intertidal Habitats
Project Year and Number: 1997: 97009-D-CLO
Principal Investigator (PI): David Scheel, Environmental Science Dept
Research Location: Prince William Sound
Restoration Category: Research
Abstract: This project addresses concerns that octopus and chiton have been depleted by EVOS and that subsistence uses are impaired. In this proposal, close-out costs are requested for FY 97, the third year of the project. The first year (FY 95) was to establish the feasibility of working with octopus in Prince William Sound, identify suitable study sites, and evaluate techniques. The second year (FY 96) is focusing on the factors in nearshore habitats that are important to octopus, and on the turnover rates of octopus in those habitats.
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Funding Detail For: 1997
Quarterly Project Tasks For: 1997
Annual Report: 1997: Not Available
Final Report: See Project 1064
Publications from this Project: None Available
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