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Alaska Sea Grant College Program

The Alaska Sea Grant College Program, established in 1970, represents a partnership between the National Sea Grant Program within the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and the University of Alaska. Research supported by Sea Grant provides the knowledge and means of developing, utilizing and conserving the marine resources of the state and nation through a program of teaching, research and advisory activities.

The research program includes projects in fisheries oceanography, fisheries sciences, fisheries enhancement, fisheries economics, food science and technology and aquaculture. Sea Grant supports continuing programs of public information and advisory services.

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