Applications Currently Open For Public Comment

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Application ID and Title
  1586-4R - Renew: Juvenile Chinook Salmon and Forage Fish Use of the Nearshore Habitats of Puget Sound.  (NMFS Northwest Fisheries Science Center)
 
  17062-5M - Genetic variation, long-term survival and movement behavior of threatened rockfish populations in the Puget Sound DPS.  (NMFS Northwest Fisheries Science Center)
 
  17851-2M - Elwha nearshore restoration and salmon recovery  (Coastal Watershed Institute.org)
 
  19116 - Behavioral Response Studies of Pacific Marine Mammals Using Controlled Sound Exposure: Research Applications to Support Management Decisions and Conservation  (NMFS Office of Science and Technology)
 
  19436 - Co-Management of Northern Fur Seals and Steller Sea Lions on the Pribilof Islands Alaska by the Aleut Community of St. Paul Island Tribal Government Ecosystem Conservation Office  (Aleut Community of St. Paul Island, Tribal Government)
 
  19592 - Co-Management of Northern Fur Seals and Steller Sea Lions on the Pribilof Islands Alaska by the Aleut Community of St. George Island - St. George Traditional Council Kayumixtax Eco-Office  (St. George Traditional Council, Ecosystem Conservation Office)
 
  19638 - The Physiology of Diving in California Sea Lions  (University of California at San Diego)
 
  20047 - Fish communities of seagrass-vegetated and unvegetated tideflats in Puget Sound and Willapa Bay, Washington  (University of Washington)
 
  20104 - Quantification of functional relationships between shellfish culture & seagrass in U.S. west coast estuaries to inform regulatory decisions  (Pacific Shellfish Institute)
 
  20283 - Determining the provenance of Sphyrna lewini (scalloped hammerhead) from the Hong Kong market  (School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences)
 
  20349 - Beach Seine Surveys for Habitat Restoration Projects in San Juan County, Washington  (FRIENDS of the San Juans)
 
  20451 - Impacts of non-native predators on Lake Ozette Olympic mudminnow via assessment of spatial overlap and foraging interactions using stable isotopes  (University of Washington)