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Pete Rand
Research Ecologist, Prince William Sound Science Center and Chair, IUCN Salmonid Specialist Group
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Eva B. Thorstad Jul 3
Development of catches of pink salmon in Norway from 1976 and until now. Symbols on the map show number of pink salmon caught each year, according to reports
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Pete Rand Jul 3
Wow
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Pete Rand Jun 22
This can not be good.
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Pete Rand Jun 21
Replying to @PREAUX_FISH
Salmon dads are mostly deadbeat, but they give it their all!
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Pete Rand May 31
Great experience working with on salmon, ocean, and climate!
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Pete Rand May 25
Our new paper out today on effects of climate and competition on sockeye salmon in the ocean.
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Pete Rand Nov 24
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Pete Rand Nov 24
Pink salmon are on the move!
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Wild Salmon Center Nov 15
15 years after listing as a , Hokkaido’s is finally tearing down its dams, thanks to former scientist . (Salmon conservationists play the long game!) (PC: Pete Rand)
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Pete Rand Nov 14
Consequences of a warmer, drier Alaska.
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Pete Rand Nov 13
It's been a long journey, but Japan is now taking action to remove barriers that have long blocked migratory salmon.
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Pete Rand Sep 29
Many Japanese prefer farm-raised Atlantics because of very high fat content.
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Elizabeth Kolbert Sep 25
“We are an ocean world.. and we are pushing that life support system to its very limits." Amid all the day's news, be sure to read this, from
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Milton Tan Sep 1
A sea robin, Triglidae.
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Pete Rand Sep 1
Sushi, Alaska-style. Halibut and Copper River Chinook salmon!
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Pete Rand Sep 1
Sockeye , closing the life cycle!
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The Siberian Times Aug 18
What a smart mother! This beautiful video from Kronotsky Nature Reserve shows Bochka the mother bear deliberately choosing a spot next to photographers' den to feed little ones - she knows that male cannibal bears won't attack in such close proximity to humans
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Pete Rand Aug 17
Definitely watching this closely this summer!
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Pete Rand Aug 17
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Pete Rand Jul 16
Replying to @JonathanSlaght
Ask him about sheefish Stenodus leucichthys!
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