In Spring 2019, FAST Lab began designing and implementing a project in the nearshore waters around Kuskokwim Bay, Etolin Strait and Nunivak Island that aims to strengthen a collaboration between a large commercial fishing fleet and Alaskan Native communities, whereby co-produced environmental data will benefit both groups. This project leverages an existing working group composed of 5 representaMore
A seascape scale habitat model to support management of fishing impacts on benthic ecosystems
Members of APU's Fisheries, Aquatic Science & Technology (FAST) Lab, along with collaborators at NOAA and Cornell University recently published a paper in the Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Science about a new model to assess habitat impacts from commercial fishing. The model has been More
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Indigenous Peoples Day
Indigenous Peoples Day was Monday, October 8th. Alaska was the second state in the nation to recognize Indigenous Peoples Day, and replaces Columbus Day. Members of the FAST Lab, Alaska Pacific University, its partMore