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Terms of USE and Privacy Policies

Terms of Use

By using the websites of the North Pacific Research Board (the ‘Organization’) and it’s companion sites, Alaska Marine Science Symposium and North Pacific Marine Research Institute, you have accepted the terms outlined below. If our site or terms are amended in the future, you have accepted the terms should you continue to use our website. The informal “we” has been used to define the Organization, the website, and its personnel.

The Organization is a federally created entity by Congress under Title IV of H.R. 2107. The Organizations’s name, logo, slogan, and website design as they appear or otherwise are all trademarked and copyrighted by the Organization and are the intellectual property of the Organization. Reproduction, sale, or distribution of these assets without the authorized expressed written consent of the Organization is strictly prohibited. Should you or your organization wish to use the intellectual property of the Organization, please email admin@nprb.org.

All images and/or other media, including but not limited to webdesign and content, on this website and its companion websites are the property of the Organization.

Privacy Policy

By using the North Pacific Research Board’s (the ‘Organization’) website and Alaska Marine Science Symposium and North Pacific Marine Research Institute affiliate, you agree to our privacy policy which can be updated or changed should we see fit. If any changes to our site occur, by using our site you agree to these changes.

The Organization is committed to protecting your privacy and identity on our website. While visiting our site, no personal information will be obtained or solicited unless you provide it to us. We use a variety of security measures to ensure your protection and privacy from our website and hosting server. We do not use cookies nor buy, sell, or trade information to outside third parties. Any information that you send the company will not be shared with any outside third parties. Information or feedback that you provide the Organization will be used to improve your personal experience on our site, improve performance, and/or make additions or subtractions to our site. We may, at times, send you emails informing you of any changes or features that the Organization has conducted.

To promote the type of services that the Organization provides, we include links to our clients and professional affiliates. Our affiliates have their own privacy policies and terms of use, and should you navigate away from the Organization, you must comply with their policies.

If there are any questions regarding our privacy policy, please direct your questions to admin@nprb.org.

WHo we are
GENERAL INFO

Established in 2001, 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 library and our reports here.

LEADERSHIP

NPRB comprises a 20 member Board, representing Federal, State, and other entitites while receiving advice from Science and Advisory Panels.

PARTNERSHIPS

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

OUTREACH & ENGAGEMENT

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

STAFF

NPRB staff support 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

NPRB maintains scientific programs designed to address pressing fishery management issues and Alaska marine ecosystem information needs.

CORE PROGRAM

NPRB supports a competitive, peer-reviewed annual request for proposal (RFP) process dedicated to marine research in Alaskan waters.

The Arctic Integrated Ecosystem Reserach Program looked at how physical changes in the ocean influence the flow of energy through the marine food web in the Bering Strait, Chukchi Sea, and western Beaufort Sea from 2017-2021.

OUTREACH PROGRAM

Supporting science communication, engagement, outreach, and education initiatives for all our research programs.

LONG-TERM MONITORING

This program supports new or existing time-series research that enhance the ability to understand the current state of marine ecosystems.

The Bering Sea Project, a partnership between the North Pacific Research Board and the National Science Foundation, sought to understand the impacts of climate change and dynamic sea ice cover on the eastern Bering Sea ecosystem.

INTEGRATED ECOSYSTEM RESEARCH

These are large-scale interdisciplinary ecosystem-based programs, requiring multiple agency coordination, collaboration, and investigation.

GRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCH AWARDS

NPRB supports next generation scientists, researchers, and resource managers to further their studies in relevant fields of marine science and to our mission.

The Gulf of Alaska Project tested three main hypotheses about 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.

About NPRB
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