ATLANTIC LARGE WHALE TAKE REDUCTION PLAN

 

ALWTRP Research

Highlights

ALWTRP Research Matrices

NOAA Fisheries Service Gear Research

NOAA Fisheries Service Whale Research

NOAA Fisheries Service Grants and Funded Projects

Grant Opportunities for Gear and Whale Research

NOAA Fisheries Service Research Priorities and Needs for Protected Species in the Northeast Region


NOAA Fisheries Service Gear Research

The Gear Research Team within the Northeast Region's Protected Resources Division conducts gear research in collaboration with the fishing industry to support the ALWTRP through the development of ideas and techniques to reduce entanglement risk to large whales due to interactions with commercial fishing gear.

Current NOAA Fisheries Service Gear Research

Gear Research Summaries

Contact Information


NOAA Fisheries Service Whale Research

Whale research and conservation programs are conducted at NOAA Fisheries Service Northeast Fisheries Science Center (NEFSC) in Woods Hole.

This page provides links to whale research conducted by the NEFSC and others, as well as links to relevant reports and papers.

Helpful Links

Relevant Reports and Papers

Contact Information

The NOAA Fisheries Service project leader for whale research is Richard Pace (508-495-2253; Richard.Pace@noaa.gov)

For more information on the Atlantic Large Whale Take Reduction Plan, please contact
the NOAA Fisheries Northeast Regional Office's Protected Resources Division at 978-281-9328

Last Updated: July 11, 2012