The North Pacific Research Board is pleased to announce that Dr. Matthew Baker is joining the NPRB staff as science director. Prior to coming to NPRB, Dr. Baker was at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Alaska Fisheries Science Center in Seattle, Washington where he held a contractual
In recognition of the vital contribution that students have made to the Bering Sea Project, prinicipal investigators participating in the Bering Sea Open Science Meeting (BSOSM) were invited to nominate outstanding students to receive travel support to join them at the BSOSM.
Anna Syzmanski is pursing her MS
NPRB relies upon input from external reviews and its science and advisory panels to fund the most meritorious science projects that address pressing fishery management and ecosystem information needs. The board is seeking nominations to fill four seats on its science panel and three seats on its advisory panel, all
At the American Geophysical Union fall meeting, oldWeather (NPRB Projects 1124, 1226 and 1322) was singled out for honory mention by Elsevier (a world-leading provider of scientific, technical and medical information products and services) and Integrated Earth Data Applicationsand (IEDA, an NSF-funded data facility in the geosciences at the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of
Where do northern fur seals go when they are at sea, and how do they know where to find food? A recent article in the North Pacific Universities Marine Mammal Research Consortium News reports on the two new studies led by Chad Nordstrom (UBC Marine Mammal Research Unit) that seek