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CLOSED: Ultrasonic

The Captain and crew of the vessel selected will assist in the deployment and retrieval of an underwater camera outfitted with a video system and oceanographic sensors. The equipment mounted on the trawl provides lighted video and ultrasonic video data to a monitor and associated computer equipment mounted in the vessel’s cabin.

Apr. 28, 2006 alt text CLOSED: Shelf Rockfish 06

Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission (PSMFC) intends to charter two vessels to participate in a fisheries research project in 2006. The project will be in collaboration with the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS).

Mar. 29, 2006 alt text CLOSED: RFP Amendment 1

The Council has expressed a desire to monitor, among other things, how the economic returns of various stakeholders in BSAI crab fisheries are affected by rationalization. This requires the collection of historic data as well as annual data to not only better understand the economic performance of crab fishery participants, but to isolate the effects attributable to the Program. Economic data reports (EDRs) that ask questions about harvesters' and processors' crab operations were specifically developed for the crab fisheries to fill this knowledge gap.

Mar. 1, 2006 alt text CLOSED: AKFIN Data Warehouse

AKFIN is a regional program that consolidates and supports the collection, processing, analysis, and reporting of fisheries statistics for North Pacific and Alaskan fisheries. AKFIN integrates information into a single data management system using consistent methods and standardized formats. The Network then reports this information on their website, in various publications, and to researchers using different methodologies.

Jan. 13, 2006 alt text CLOSED: RFP West Coast Cooperative Research

The purpose of this Request for Proposals is to assist the fishing industry in the collection of needed West Coast groundfish data, which serves to improve the information base for fisheries management while providing assistance to the industry. Additional scientific data, both in essential fish habitat and stock assessment, is needed for the effective management of the U.S. groundfish fisheries off the Washington, Oregon, and California coasts, pursuant to the Magnuson-Stevens Act (16 USC 1801-1883) and the Pacific Coast Groundfish Fishery Management Plan (FMP).

Jan. 3, 2005 alt text