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Title: Evaluating the Feasibility of Developing a Community-Based Forage Fish Sampling Project for GEM

Project Year and Number: 2003: 030561

Other Fiscal Years and Numbers for this Project: 2002: 02561

Principal Investigator (PI): Dave Roseneau, US Fish & Wildlife Service

Assisting Personnel: Vernon Byrd

Research Location: All Spill Affected Areas

Restoration Category: Research

Injured Resources Addressed: Pink Salmon , Rockfish

Abstract: This project will close out Project 02561, which is evaluating the feasibility of developing a community-based forage fish sampling project for GEM. The work in FY 03 will consist of compiling and analyzing information collected during FY 02, and writing a final report. This project is based on previous EVOS projects: APEX (/163, Alaska Predator Ecosystem Experiment) and 02561 and G-030561/Evaluating the Feasibility of Developing a Community-based Forage Fish Sampling Program. It is designed to field-test the hypothesis that residents of oil spill communities can successfully participate in and contribute to forage fish sampling projects by collecting and labeling stomachs from a variety of locally caught predatory fish (e.g., halibut, flounder, cod, lingcod, rockfish, salmon). The study will be conducted during April-August 2003 at Nanwalek and Port Graham on the southeastern shores of Kachemak Bay. Products will include an evaluation of community participation in the sampling efforts and an analysis of the predatory fish stomach contents collected during the project. [NOTE: This project received $17,000 under FY 03 Phase I to compile and analyze information collected during FY 02 and write a final report].


Keywords

Geographic Regions Aleutian Islands
Cook Inlet
Gulf of Alaska
Kodiak Island
Prince William Sound
Species Fish - Forage fish
Fields of Expertise Contaminants/Toxicology
Management & Policy
Population Biology
Technological Methods Modeling
Professional Activity Field research and Data Collection
Ecosystems Marine – Pelagic
Species Specific Research Issues Fish - Tracking and tagging technologies

Proposal: View PDF (74 KB)

Funding Recommendations: View

Funding Detail For: 2003

Quarterly Project Tasks For: 2003

Annual Report: 2003: Not Applicable

Final Report: See Project 354

Publications from this Project: None Available

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Project Number Proposal Annual Reports Final Report Data
2002: 02561 View (PDF) 2002: Not Available
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