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FISHERIES OBSERVER PROGRAMS
North Pacific Groundfish Observer Program (NPGOP) - Alaska
Fisheries observers are biologists who work independently to collect a wide range of information onboard commercial fishing vessels and at shoreside processing plants receiving fish from Alaskan waters. Observer information is used by NMFS and partner agencies to manage commercial fisheries in the North Pacific.
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Pacific Islands Regional Observer Program (PIROP) - Hawaii
The observer program is responsible for fielding longline observers to obtain data on incidental sea turtle take and collect fishing effort data. The observers document interactions of all protected species, tally fish that are kept and discarded, and process selected specimens for life history information.
The Pacific Islands Region uses observer data to calculate official estimates (e.g. protected species interactions) and produce technical reports. The Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center receives biological samples for analysis.
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Techsea is now accepting applications for the NPGOP with a 3-week training scheduled to begin July 21 in Seattle, WA.
Openings for the Pacific Islands Regional Observer Program are now closed and we are not accepting applications for this program at this time. Next anticipated training will be in the Fall.
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