Development of an Inseason Model to Predict Bristol Bay Sockeye Salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) Migration Timing

Project Description

Katie Sechrist Thesis. This research aims to (1) identify both preseason and inseason biological/environmental predictors of Bristol Bay sockeye salmon migration timing at the Port Moller test fishery, (2) develop inseason projections of migration timing at the Port Moller test fishery, and (3) develop inseason projections of stock specific migration timing and inshore arrival to the five major Bristol Bay commercial fishing districts.

Research Team

Principal Investigator

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Milo Adkison

Chair, Department of Fisheries
  • salmon biology and management
  • quantitative techniques
  • biometrics
  • population dynamics
  • modeling and Bayesian methods
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Research Staff

Katie Sechrist,


Project Funding

Amount: student support
Start Date: August 2013 End Date: on-going

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