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Some titles to look up at the library

News about Individual Fishing Quotas in Alaska (University of Alaska, Fairbanks)

More on Alaskan Fisheries from the Institute for Marine Science in Alaska

Visit some Usenet groups (availibility and relevant discussion not warranteed!):

alt.culture.alaska

rec.outdoors.fishing

sci.aquaria


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