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Monday, April 15, 2024

Updated: May 14

Environment/Science Five-year project will study climate effects on Alaska marine species University of Alaska Fairbanks by Cherissa Dukelow - April 10, 2024 The National Science Foundation has awarded $20 million to the University of Alaska to investigate climate change effects on culturally and commercially important marine species in the Gulf of Alaska. Alaska sues EPA over Pebble copper and gold mine prohibitions Reuters by Clark Mindock - April 11, 2024 Alaska sued the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Thursday seeking to overturn an agency decision that it said effectively blocked development of one of the world’s largest copper and gold deposits. Labeling and Marketing 3MMI - Pollock "A" Season: Harvest, Slowdown, Pricing TradexFoods - April 15, 2024 Pollock harvest volumes show significant increase in Russia's catch and slight decrease in Alaska's concluding the “A” season fishery. Supply dynamics affecting Pollock pricing with rising prices for Alaska Pollock in China and falling prices for Russian Pollock. Recommendations to secure Pollock supplies due to potential price hikes and limited availability, further impacted by the U.S. ban on Russian-origin Pollock. Watch to Find Out More.

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