News analysis As the sockeye salmon return to the rivers of Cook Inlet and the famed late-run king salmon nose into the Kenai River, there are reasons for fishermen of all persuasions […]
Alaska commercial fisheries look to be global-warming losers, according to a new study by a group of U.S. scientists, but the study is missing one vital component: Salmon.
The littlest of Pacific salmon is once again demonstrating big power in the ecosystem of the northern ocean. Scientists have found evidence that appears to link pink salmon abundance to high […]
News analysis This might have been a slightly off-year for Alaska salmon fisheries when judged by the bounty 49th state residents have come to expect in modern times, but a historical analysis […]
UPDATED: This story was edited on Aug. 23 to the include the reports of phenomenal sockeye salmon fishing on the Copper River. The bar graph was also reversed to avoid confusion over […]
Already struggling financially and facing unhappy neighbors in Alaska’s Kachemak Bay, the Cook Inlet Aquaculture Association (CIAA) now finds itself being drawn into a public-relations mess with four board members charged in […]