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Gene Conservation Laboratory
The mission of the Gene Conservation Laboratory is to apply genetic principles and tools to support the management of commercially important fish and shellfish species in Alaska based on the sustained yield principle.
- Port Moller Test Fishery (updated 7/5/2014)
- Yukon River Chinook Salmon Genetic Baseline Project (updated 7/1/2014)
- Scientists Up their Ability to Track Salmon through DNA 'Fin-Printing (PDF 129 kB)
- Cook Inlet Chinook Salmon Projects
- Cook Inlet Coho Genetic Baseline Project
- Chatham Strait, Icy Strait, and Lynn Canal Sockeye Project
- Alaska Peninsula Chinook Project
- Hatchery Research Project
- Western Alaska Salmon Stock Identification Program
- Moore, D. and J. Seeb. 2001. Annotated bibliography of the genetics of bivalve mollusks. (PDF 667 kB) Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Division of Commercial Fisheries. Regional Information Report 5J01-09, Anchorage.
- Wilbur, R., J. Seeb, J. Seeb, and H. Geiger. 1998. Is it a deme, a stock, or a subspecies? These and other definitions. (PDF 1,506 kB) Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Commercial Fisheries Management and Development Division. Regional Information Report 5J98-09, Anchorage.
- Seeb, J.E. 1993. Wild stocks: Why do we want to save them? Alaska's Wildlife 25(2): 5-7.
- Seeb, L.W. 1992. Stock identification: Who's who in our cast of fisheries. Alaska's Wildlife 24: 8-11.