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Biological Feild Techniques for Chionoecetes Crabs (AK-SG)

ISBN-13: 978-1566120593
ISBN-10: 1566120594
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This important publication standardizes Chionoecetes data collection by fisheries observers and shoreside samplers, crab and shellfish biologists, and fishermen. Wide use of the book promises to improve data accuracy, and thus promote good management for these commercially important crabs.

About the Author

Luke Jadamec has been a training specialist for the University of Alaska Anchorage North Pacific Fisheries Observer Training Center since 1995. He worked as an observer for the National Marine Fisheries Service and the Alaska Department of Fish and Game for three years, for groundfish, shellfish, and scallops. He now specializes in preservation of fish and shellfish specimens for use in a classroom setting. His research interests include crab and fish biology.

William E. Donaldson conducted fishery research for the Alaska Department of Fish and Game from 1973 through 1997. His career work focused on developing life history information for Chionoecetes crabs and management of crab fisheries. Now residing in Dublin, New Hampshire, he conducts specialty projects related to Alaska crabs through fisheries consulting firms, and he also leads nature hikes and other expeditions for substance abuse addicts of all ages.

Paula Cullenberg has been director of the North Pacific Fisheries Observer Training Center since 1995. She has worked in fisheries in Alaska since 1982, most recently as a project manager for the Alaska Fisheries Development Foundation and as a Sea Grant Marine Advisory Program agent in Bristol Bay. She is an affiliate faculty member with the University of Alaska Fairbanks School of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences.

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