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UAF
Primary
NSF
Funding
EPSCoR-ACE

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Glaciers, Lakes, and Salmon Productivity

Influences of glaciers and lakes on the hydrology and ecology of salmon-bearing rivers. Photo credits (L-R): Marli Miller, U. Oregon; John Schoen; National Weather Service.

For more information, please see the following journal article: Schoen et al. 2017. Fisheries. “Future of Pacific Salmon in the Face of Environmental Change: Lessons from One of the World’s Remaining Productive Salmon Regions.”

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Primary Contacts
Name: Erik Schoen
Title: Post-Doctorate Researcher
Email: eschoen@alaska.edu
Other Contacts
Name: Mark Wipfli
Title: Professor of Freshwater Ecology, UAF
Email: mwipfli@alaska.edu
Primary Organizations
Type
University of Alaska Fairbanks
Academic

Funding Organization
Type
National Science Foundation
Federal

Other Organizations
EPSCoR - Alaska Adapting to Changing Environments

Regions
Alaska, Kenai Peninsula, Southcentral

Collections
Alaska EPSCoR Southcentral Test Case

Source Portal
Alaska EPSCoR Data Portal

Direct Record Link
http://southcentral.epscor.alaska.edu/catalog/entries/8789-glaciers-lakes-and-salmon-productivity