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Cook Inlet Beluga research presented during local symposium

By Rashah McChesney Peninsula Clarion Several organizations which did research on the endangered population of Cook Inlet Beluga whales will be presenting the results of several projects during a Cook Inlet Beluga Whale Symposium Thursday and Friday at the River Center in Soldotna. Using federal grant money, about $700,000, provided through the Marine Mammal Data » Learn More

US Coast Guard approves recertification

The U.S. Coast Guard has approved Cook Inlet RCAC’s annual recertification, allowing the organization to continue its mission of representing the citizens of Cook Inlet in promoting safe marine transportation and oil facility operations in the Inlet. The council learned of the recertification by letter dated August 12, from Rear Admiral Thomas Ostebo, Commander, Seventeenth » Learn More

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New Work Plan

The Cook Inlet maritime risk assessment management team has signed off on a work plan for the remainder of the project, which is expected to wrap up in September 2014. Among the remaining tasks is to research and analyze five risk reduction options, including current towing resources, constructing a trans-Cook Inlet subsea pipeline, enhanced situational » Learn More