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Current
Biennial Report

What’s New
At NPRB?

PROJECT SEARCH

Since 2002, NPRB has supported three major ecosystem research programs, over 430 multi-annual projects, 62 graduate students, and three long-term monitoring projects. We are working on several tools for users to search, query, and learn more about our funded projects.

CORE PROJECT SEARCH

The Core Program is NPRB’s longest active program dedicated to supporting Alaska marine science. More than 450 projects have been funded since 2002. Search and query project information below.

MORE INFO

SEARCH BY LOCATION

COMING SOON! NPRB is working on geospatially referencing project information as they relate to the Gulf of Alaska, Bering & Aleutian Islands, and the Arctic Ocean marine ecosystems.

ARCTIC DATA PORTAL

Axiom Data Science provided data management services for the Arctic IERP and developed a data discovery portal to facilitate the exploration of data collected by the program. Click the button below to access the data portal.

CORE PROGRAM PROJECT SEARCH

Use the search tool to discover the Core-funded projects that the North Pacific Research Board has funded since 2002. To view additional project information, click on the view more for each project. Note, due to the legacy of some projects, not all abstract content is available at the moment, but will be added soon.

WHo we are

General Info

NPRB is a marine research organization that supports pressing fishery management issues or marine ecosystem needs.

Reports & Publications

More than 600 peer-reviewed publications have been produced through NPRB-funded research. Browse our reports here.

Leadership

A 20 member Board, representing Federal, State, and other entitites receiving advice from Science and Advisory Panels.

Partnerships

Looking to partner? NPRB welcomes partnerships to co-fund research in areas of common interest and across its programs.

Outreach & Engagement

NPRB engages with a broad and diverse set of Alaskan stakeholders and audiences, from coastal communities to academia.

Staff

Supporting the Board, Science, and Advisory Panels for funding decisions, science priorities, recommendations, and program management.

Funding Available

The Core Program offers year-round funding with flexible rolling submission options.

SUBMIT YOUR RESEARCH PRIORITIES

NPRB staff begins developing draft research priorities for the Core Program in late July and August. Submit before July 2nd to be considered for the current year’s RFP development. 

Our Programs
INTEGRATED ECOSYSTEM PROGRAMS

Science Foundation

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.

Outreach Program

Science communication, engagement, outreach, and education initiatives for NPRB programs.

Core
Program

A competitive, peer-reviewed annual request for proposal (RFP) process dedicated to Alaska marine research.

Graduate

Research

Awards

Supporting next generation scientists, researchers, and resource managers to further studies in marine science and to our mission.

Long-Term Monitoring

These are new or existing time-series projects that enhance the ability to understand the current state of marine ecosystems.

Examining how physical changes in the ocean influenced the flow of energy through the marine food web in the Bering Strait, Chukchi Sea, and western Beaufort Sea.

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.

Northern

Bering Sea

COMING SOON! 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.

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