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NMFS SWFSC Biologist

NOAA-NMFS-Southwest Fisheries Science Center


NMFS SWFSC Statistician

NOAA-NMFS-Southwest Fisheries Science Center


National Marine Fisheries Service Biologist


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www.recfin.org

Keith Sakuma
Biologist NOAA-NMFS-Southwest Fisheries Science Center 110 Shaffer Road Santa Cruz, CA 9506 (831) 420-3945


ftp.recfin.org [cached]

Keith Sakuma- NMFS SWFSC Biologist
NOAA-NMFS-Southwest Fisheries Science Center


www.recfin.org [cached]

Keith Sakuma- NMFS SWFSC Biologist
NOAA-NMFS-Southwest Fisheries Science Center 110 Shaffer Road Santa Cruz, CA 95060 (831) 420-3945


www.sanluisobispo.com [cached]

And researchers counted the lowest number of juvenile rockfish in more than 20 years of monitoring in Central and Northern California -- fewer than 100 caught between San Luis Obispo and Fort Bragg this year, compared with "several thousand" last year, said National Marine Fisheries Service biologist Keith Sakuma."This year was the worst year ever because the rockfish depend on the upwelling," Sakuma said.


www.recfin.org [cached]

Keith Sakuma - NMFS SWFSC Statistician NOAA-NMFS-Southwest Fisheries Science Center


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