Ten Upper Cook Inlet Task Force members met Monday to address the mountain of data generated since their last meeting, propose changes to salmon management plans and hear from local fishermen. The day began with a presentation on a draft escapement goal recommendation of 15,000 to 30,000 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.
Looking at a list of possible sites for a city cemetery or seeing the sites on an aerial photo can give one a sense of where the site is and its relation to neighboring properties and geographic features, but without actually getting up and going to the site, one is left flat as to the feel of the spot.
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