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Title: Impacts of the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill on Bottomfish and Shellfish in PWS

Project Year and Number: 1992: FS18

Other Fiscal Years and Numbers for this Project: 1991: FS18, 1990: FS18, 1989: FS18

Principal Investigator (PI): Evan Haynes, NOAA

Assisting Personnel: Mike Murphy, Tom Rutecki, Dan Urban

Research Location: Prince William Sound

Restoration Category: Damage Assessment

Injured Resources Addressed: Subtidal Organisms

Abstract: This project will quantify the injury to the wild salmon stocks of the Prince William Sound from the Exxon Valdez oil spill. Understanding this injury is necessary for continuing fishery management of injured stocks and rational restoration. One of the main tools being developed to reach this goal is a run reconstruction model. This model will be used to estimate production from each of the Prince William Sound wild stock groups, both before and after the oil spill.


Keywords

Geographic Regions Prince William Sound
Species Fish - Flatfish
Fish - Rockfish
Macro-invertebrates - Crab
Fields of Expertise Contaminants/Toxicology

Proposal: View PDF (73 KB)

Funding Recommendations: View

Funding Detail For: 1992

Quarterly Project Tasks For: 1992

Annual Report: 1992: Not Applicable

Final Report: View

Publications from this Project: None Available

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Project Number Proposal Annual Reports Final Report Data
1991: FS18 Not Available 1991: Not Applicable
See Project FS18 See Project FS18
1990: FS18 Not Available 1990: Not Applicable
See Project FS18 See Project FS18
1989: FS18 Not Available 1989: Not Applicable
See Project FS18 See Project FS18