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Widespread decline of kings points to natural forces

...downturn, and in many cases, we do not have the basic information needed to understand the causes," said ADFG's Bob Clark, summarizing some of the symposium's findings. Commercial fishing and tourism are two of Alaska's largest businesses...
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Northern District salmon not faring better than Kenai, Y-K

...situation." In response to a question from members of the public concerned about how the escapement goals are set, Bob Clark of ADFG explained that while some escapement goals have been reduced in the past decade, it's not because of the low...
An ocean of information

...information in terms of forecast ? and the timing of the return, I think that would be very useful information to have." Bob Clark, chief fisheries scientist for the sport fish division of Fish and Game, said he was encouraged by the amount of information...
ADF&G chinook salmon research to be discussed at Anchorage symposium

...document identified 12 king salmon-bearing rivers across the state that would serve as "indicator stocks" in what Bob Clark, chief fisheries scientist for the sport fish division of Fish and Game, hopes will result in a centralized database...
Cook Inlet salmon management plan implications discussed

...000 late-run chinook salmon in the Kenai River. Alaska Department of Fish and Game's Chief Fisheries Scientist, Bob Clark answered questions about the draft report and how the DIDSON-sonar based goal was developed. The new escapement goal...
Upper Cook Inlet Task Force proposals rejected by Board of Fish

...task force, said the lower number made people nervous. During his testimony to the board, Chief Fisheries Scientists Bob Clark said the lower end of Fish and Game's new escapement goal was set with caution. "If you look around the state at the...
Fish and Game discusses salmon research, Cook Inlet management with Mat-Su commission

...Susitna-Watana hydro project.The AEA-funded work includes king salmon studies on the Susitna River and tributaries.ADFG's Bob Clark said the Susitna weir is getting moved this year, and the department will also be installing four additional weirs...


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