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January 23, 2016

Hot off the press:  Bering Sea Project “magazine” is published

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We proudly announce the completion of the Bering Sea Project 'magazine', the major wrap-up publication for the Project, aimed to appeal to all interested audiences, scientists and non-scientists alike.

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January 6, 2016

2016 Graduate Student Research Awards

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The North Pacific Research Board is pleased to announce the 2016 Graduate Student Research Awards. These student awards support scientific and scholarly research that informs effective management and sustainable use of marine resources in north Pacific waters. This year's deadline is February 12, 2016 at 4 pm AKST.

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December 21, 2015

NPRB Seeks Advisory and Science Panel Nominations for 2016

NPRB is seeking nominations to its Advisory and Science Panels for 2016. Five seats for the Science Panel and six seats for the Advisory Panel will become available on June 1, 2016. Deadlines for nominations are February 26, 2016. 

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November 10, 2015

Good as gold: Bering Sea Project research team honored in Washington DC

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The Bering Sea Project research team recently was selected by the Secretary of Commerce to receive a Group Gold Medal for Scientific and Engineering Achievement. The award recognizes the team’s expertise and creativity to lead the most comprehensive integrated ecosystem assessment ever completed, revealing how climate cycles affect

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October 15, 2015

Board Convenes in Kodiak for Fall Meeting

During the last week in September, the North Pacific Research Board (NPRB) met in Kodiak, Alaska for its annual fall meeting. Among the Board’s top priorities were to review the annual research program’s request for proposals, which is now online, and review the Arctic program&rsquo

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August 18, 2015

Arctic Pre-Proposal Request Draws Overwhelming Response

Expected to commence in 2016, the North Pacific Research Board’s (NPRB) Arctic program—a highly coordinated, interagency effort—will explore how changes in sea ice and climate are likely to affect Arctic marine food webs and subsistence ways of life. This is a collaborative partnership with NPRB,

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August 18, 2015

Jacobs Appointed as NPRB’s Newest Fishing Industry Representative

Effective as of July 29, 2015, Mr. Jan Jacobs has been appointed to the North Pacific Research Board by the U.S. Secretary of Commerce to fulfill a three-year term as its 20th member, representing the fishing industry. This seat has previously been held by Mr. Dave Benson, Ms. Heather McCarty, Mr.

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July 30, 2015

Benson Fulfills Three-Year Term as Fishing Industry Representative

Nominated by the North Pacific Research Board’s (NPRB) executive committee and appointed by the Secretary of Commerce in July 2012, Dave Benson has served as NPRB’s 20th member, representing the fishing industry, for a three-year term ending this July 2015. Only three other Board members have been appointed

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May 29, 2015

2015 Photo Contest Results

The votes are in for this year's Annual Photo Contest. Amateur and professional photographers were asked to submit their best underwater photographs depicting marine life and marinescapes of the North Pacific. A total of 84 entries were submitted to the contest from 24 different photographers.To view the Top 13 photographs including the winners, click here.

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May 21, 2015

North Pacific Research Board announces the release of the Arctic Program Request for Pre-proposals

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North Pacific Research Board is launching an Arctic Integrated Ecosystem Research Program in partnership with several collaborating organizations and agencies. NPRB and funding partners seek to develop a coordinated, collaborative program to fund science that will improve our understanding of Arctic marine ecosystems. The program aims to

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