Bristol Bay


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Bristol Bay

An arm of the Bering Sea in southwest Alaska between the mainland and the Alaska Peninsula. It is a rich salmon-fishing area.
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Bristol Bay Native Corporation (BBNC) subsidiaries span heavily into both government services and the commercial sector.
Contract Awarded for Cgc bristol bay structural, lead, asbestos assessment
com)-- Anchorage photographer Carl Johnson began fieldwork in 2011 to produce a book about the Bristol Bay region of Alaska that would highlight the culture and economy of the region as expressed in commercial fishing, subsistence hunting and fishing, and recreation and tourism.
I would like to hear Joel's opinion on the proposed pebble mine, just north of Bristol Bay, Alaska, and its potential to negatively impact wildlife in that area.
A new study released Thursday projects that thousands of jobs could be supported by a potential copper and gold mine near Alaska's Bristol Bay, now home to much of the state's famous sockeye salmon.
We collected red king crab egg clutches from Bristol Bay, AK, during summer 2007 to 2010 and autumn 2007 to 2009 and estimated individual fecundity using dry weight methods.
It is also a time when guides and commercial fishermen start thinking about another season in Alaska's Bristol Bay.
Ted Stevens' died on Monday in a plane crash near a small fishing town on Alaska's Bristol Bay.
A major discovery of gold, copper and a metallic ore called molybdenum have been scoped out via exploratory drills near Bristol Bay, Alaska.
BRISTOL BAY, ALASKA, is one of our nation's most abundant sources of sockeye salmon, but two mining companies have set their sites on $300 billion worth of gold, copper, and molybdenum in the ground not far from its source.
After last year's catch of 30 million red salmon, Bristol Bay packers are gearing up for a forecast 33 million by putting in extra lines.
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