• Photo by Jonny Armstrong

    Photo by Jonny Armstrong

  • Photo by Sarah Spanos

    Photo by Sarah Spanos

  • Photo by Brenda Konar

    Photo by Brenda Konar

  • Photo by Jennifer Questel

    Photo by Jennifer Questel

  • Photo by Melissa Good

    Photo by Melissa Good

  • Photo by Brenda Konar

    Photo by Brenda Konar

  • Photo by Jennifer Questel

    Photo by Jennifer Questel

  • Photo by Melissa Good

    Photo by Melissa Good

  • Photo by Brenda Konar

    Photo by Brenda Konar

  • Photo by Sarah Spanos

    Photo by Sarah Spanos

At the UAF College of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences, we challenge our students to explore academically, geographically and culturally. We are a community of scholars that provides opportunities for students to learn and conduct research in some of the most beautiful and pristine locations in the world.


Events


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Study investigates shortcoming of ITQ systems for fisheries

Individual transferable quota systems for fisheries around the world may be ideal for some fisheries, but they can exclude rural, indigenous, low-income and next-generation fishermen from the industry, according to a new paper coauthored by CFOS professor Courtney Carothers.

halibut fishing boat

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sea star

New funding and R/V Sikuliaq allow more room for research (and researchers) 

The newly funded Northern Gulf of Alaska Long-term Ecological Research Site builds on a 20-year effort by CFOS researchers and collaborators to study the gulf along a set of research stations called the Seward Line. 

deploying net off Sikuliaq

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sea ice

Tooth collections offer clues about walrus reproduction

University of Alaska Fairbanks College of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences graduate student Casey Clark is studying how zinc concentrations in the teeth of female walruses may reveal valuable information about when a walrus first ovulated. Clark and his team believe ovulations earlier in life indicate that enough resources are available for population growth.

walrus napping on ice

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UAF College of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences
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245 O’Neill Building
PO Box 757220
Fairbanks, Alaska 99775-7220

Phone: 907-474-7210
Fax: 907-474-7204
Email: info@sfos.uaf.edu

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