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Session 1. Framing the Issue

Abundance and productivity trends of Alaskan Chinook salmon stocks: gaining perspective on the magnitude of the problem.
Dr. Matt Catalano, Auburn University
Joe Spaeder, AYK-SSI Research Coordinator
Presentation Slides (PDF 630 kB)

Chinook Salmon Subsistence Harvests in Alaska: Recent Patterns and Trends.
Dr. Jim Fall, ADF&G
Presentation Slides (PDF 10,959 kB)

Chinook Salmon Management Challenges in the Yukon River.
John Linderman, ADF&G
Presentation Slides (PDF 1,294 kB)

Chinook Salmon Management Challenges in Central Alaska.
Tom Vania, ADF&G
Presentation Slides (PDF 2,533 kB)

Studies to understand Chinook salmon distribution in the pollock fishery:
Evaluating impacts and developing measures to reduce bycatch

Dr. James Ianelli, NOAA Alaska Fisheries Science Center
Diana Stram, North Pacific Fishery Management Council
Presentation Slides (PDF 2,233 kB)

Session 1: Facilitated Panel discussion and Panel/attendee interaction

Session 2. Chinook Stock Assessment in Alaska

Understanding Productivity of Chinook Salmon: Comments on the Accuracy and Precision of Scientific Information.
Dr. Dave Bernard, D R Bernard Consulting
Presentation Slides (PDF 446 kB)

Implementing Coded Wire Tag Projects in Large Rivers to Esitmate Chinook Salmon Smolt Abundance, Harvest, and Survival.
Phil Richards, ADF&G
Presentation Slides (PDF 6,948 kB)

Genetic Tagging & Monitoring of Fisheries.
Dr. Shawn Narum, Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission
Presentation Slides (PDF 2,747 kB)

Genetic information for management of Alaska Chinook salmon: Current capabilities and outlook.
Bill Templin, ADF&G
Presentation Slides (PDF 5,751 kB)

Session 2: Facilitated Panel discussion and Panel/attendee interaction

Session 3. Ecology and Stock Assessment of Chinook Salmon in the Marine Environment

Understanding how marine environmental factors control early marine survival of salmon in Alaska:
Where to measure what for stock assessment of Chinook salmon in the coastal waters of Alaska.

Dr. Philip R Munday, NOAA Alaska Fisheries Science Center
Presentation Slides (PDF 997 kB)

Insights Into Salmon Ecology and Production Dynamics through Nearshore Marine Surveys.
Ed Farley, NOAA Alaska Fisheries Science Center
Presentation Slides (PDF 5,682 kB)

Chinook Salmon Insights from Marine Ecosystem Monitoring in Southeast Alaska.
Joe Orsi, NOAA Ted Stevens Marine Research Institute
Presentation Slides (PDF 8,955 kB)

Ecology of Alaska Chinook Salmon in the Open Ocean.
Dr. Kate Meyers, University of Washington
Presentation Slides (PDF 3,849 kB)

Session 3: Facilitated Panel discussion and Panel/attendee interaction

Session 4. Role of Hatchery Research and Production in Addressing Observed Trends

Chinook Enhancement in the Current Alaska Hatchery Program.
Dr. John Burke, Southern Southeast Regional Aquaculture Association

Review of Chinook Salmon Enhancement and Relevant Issues in Southeast Alaska, 1970-2012.
Bill Heard, NOAA Alaska Fisheries Science Center
Presentation Slides (PDF 4,149 kB)

What can we learn from coded-wire tagging of Chinook salmon?
Ron Josephson, ADF&G
Presentation Slides (PDF 4,456 kB)

Key considerations in balancing risk against need in Chinook supplementation.
Dr. Kerry Naish, University of Washington
Presentation Slides (PDF 716 kB)

Session 4: Facilitated Panel discussion and Panel/attendee interaction

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