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The Long-Term Outlook for Salmon Returns to Alaska

@inproceedings{Adkison2004TheLO,
  title={The Long-Term Outlook for Salmon Returns to Alaska},
  author={M. Adkison and B. Finney},
  year={2004}
}
With the exception of some western Alaska stocks, Alaska’s salmon populations are numerically healthy. However, even fi sheries on abundant stocks are suffering economically due to sharp declines in the value of the catch. The abundance of Alaskan salmon stocks has fl uctuated greatly, both in modern times and prehistorically. These fl uctuations are thought to be caused by multi-decadal changes in environmental conditions over large areas that affect many other species as well as salmon… Expand
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