ADF&G

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13,234 animals (USGS, unpubl.), and the field metabolic rate of 19.04 mJ/day (Finerty, unpubl.), the calculated annual energy requirement of 9.2 x [10.sup.10] kJ [year.sup.-1] could have a significant impact on the 698 metric tons (3.84 x 109 kJ [year.sup.-1], 4% of annual energy requirement) of herring roe produced during 2007 (Alaska Department of Fish and Game).
Alaska Department of Fish and Game officials who investigated the incident told the Anchorage Daily News that the victims' camp was carefully arranged, with food stored in bear-proof containers far from their tent.
Her decision clears the way for the Alaska Department of Fish and Game to issue permits to private hunters to kill all wolves in a 3,500-square-mile area.
Subsistence and recreational hunters have asked the Alaska Department of Fish and Game to shoot more wolves, arguing that the predators take too many moose, reducing the number available for hunters.
Sockeye salmon catch in Alaska will decline compared to last year's, predicts the Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADF&G); and chances are that exports to Japan will continue to drop, with more of the sockeye that used to be frozen ending up in the can.
When Anchorage Daily News photographer Jim Lavrakas heard that the Alaska Department of Fish and Game had declared "open season" on illegally transplanted northern pike, he decided to catch one of the culprits in the act of overeating.
In 1995 and 1997-99, surveys were conducted from the R/V Pandalus, a 22 m stern trawler operated by the Alaska Department of Fish and Game. Surveys in 1996 were conducted from the R/V Tiglax, a 36 m vessel operated by the Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge, U.S.
Applying for and obtaining a fish and game license, permit or tag in Alaska will soon be easier, thanks to a new multi-channel solution currently being implemented by the Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADF&G).
Geological Survey, Alaska Division of Tourism, Alaska Department of Natural Resources, and Alaska Department of Fish and Game.
In reality, people know little about freshwater-spawning marine fish, observes Phyllis Weber Scannell of the Alaska Department of Fish and Game in Fairbanks.
In 1996, Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADF&G) biologists began sterilizing alpha (dominant) males and females in the Fortymile region near Fairbanks, in the hopes of decreasing predation and restoring the Fortymile caribou herd to its legendary, probably mythical size of 500,000.
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