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Tuesday, August 3, 2021

Alaska Setnets to remain closed after fish board denies petitions KDLL by Elizabeth Earl - August 2, 2021 The Board of Fisheries has denied two emergency petitions from Kenai Peninsula setnetters asking to reopen a limited fishery for what is left of the sockeye run. Multiple Buyers Turn Norton Sound’s Commercial Fishing Season Around KNOM by Miriam Trujillo - July 29, 2021 After the Norton Sound Commercial Fishery canceled its chum season due to record low chum runs, a promising run of pinks turned the summer around. Kuskokwim Fishermen Appeal To Gov. Dunleavy To Investigate Commercial Bycatch Impact On Subsistence KYUK by Anna Rose MacArthur - August 2, 2021 Kuskokwim River fishermen want information on how commercial bycatch could be affecting Kuskokwim subsistence salmon runs, and they’re asking Gov. Dunleavy for help. Environment/Science Five Ways That Climate-Driven Ocean Change Can Threaten Human Health The Conversation by Tiff-Annie Kenny, Malaya Bishop and Mélanie Lemire - August 1, 2021 Humans have a deep and complex relationship with the sea. It provides food and essential nutrients, medicine and renewable energy. People swim, surf and scuba dive in this “blue gym.” It’s even an important part of therapeutic recreation, like surf therapy for war veterans and children with autism.

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