INTEGRATED ECOSYSTEM PROGRAMS
Research programs addressing pressing fishery management issues and Alaska marine ecosystem information needs.
Integrated Ecosystem Research
These are large-scale interdisciplinary ecosystem-based programs, requiring multiple agency coordination, collaboration, and investigation.
Science communication, engagement, outreach, and education initiatives for NPRB programs.
A competitive, peer-reviewed annual request for proposal (RFP) process dedicated to Alaska marine research.
Supporting next generation scientists, researchers, and resource managers to further studies in marine science and to our mission.
These are new or existing time-series projects that enhance the ability to understand the current state of marine ecosystems.
Studying the survival and recruitment of five focal groundfish species (Pacific cod, Pacific ocean perch, walleye pollock, arrowtooth flounder, sablefish) during their first year of life.
Understanding the impacts of climate change and dynamic sea ice cover on the eastern Bering Sea ecosystem in partnership with the National Science Foundation.
JUST LAUNCHED! Focusing on the northern Bering Sea and will include consideration of upstream and downstream ecosystems in the southeastern Bering Sea, western Bering Sea, and Chukchi Sea.