SEABANK is a diverse nexus of individuals, scientists, organizations and businesses that wish to share the untold story of Southeast Alaska’s ecological wealth and promote the region’s natural products that support the livelihoods of our communities.

Seabank location map, panhandle of Alaska

The Economic Value of Alaska’s Seafood Industry 2015

This report updates a prior study published in July 2013. The analysis quantifies the regional, statewide, and national economic impacts of Alaska’s seafood industry.

FILED IN: Reports, Economy

Economic Value of the Alaska Seafood Industry

The Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute (ASMI) contracted with McDowell Group, an Alaska-based research firm, to measure the economic impact of the Alaska seafood industry in the state of Alaska (statewide and regionally), in Washington State, and in the U.S. economy overall.

FILED IN: Reports, Economy

A Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment for Aquatic Resources in the Tongass National Forest

This vulnerability assessment is an initial science-based effort to identify how and why important resources (snow, ice, and water features; riparian vegetation; fish species) across the Tongass National Forest are likely to be affected by both non-climate stressors and future climate conditions. 

FILED IN: Reports, Ecology

Southeast Alaska By The Numbers - 2015

This publication tells two stories about the regional economy: a positive tale of five-year trends, and a more sobering one-year analysis and future forecast.

FILED IN: Reports, Economy

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