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Region(s) of Study: Waterbodies / Bering Sea


Macklin, S.A., and G.L. Hunt, Jr. 2004. The Southeast Bering Sea Ecosystem: Implications for Marine Resource Management. NOAA Coastal Ocean Program Decision Analysis Series 24. Silver Spring, MD. 192 pp.

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NOAA Technical Memorandum


Southeast Bering Sea Carrying Capacity (SEBSCC, 1996–2002) was a NOAA Coastal Ocean Program project that investigated the marine ecosystem of the southeastern Bering Sea. SEBSCC was co-managed by the University of Alaska Fairbanks, NOAA Alaska Fisheries Science Center, and NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory. Project goals were to understand the changing physical environment and its relationship to the biota of the region, to relate that understanding to natural variations in year-class strength of walleye pollock (Theragra chalcogramma), and to improve the flow of ecosystem information to fishery managers.

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