Clarence Pautze, executive director of the North Pacific Research Board, received the Lifetime Achievement Award for his contributions to help manage Alaska's coastal and ocean resources.
What does NPRB stand for?
NPRB stands for North Pacific Research Board
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Reflecting her interest in the ocean and the fishing industry, she serves on the board of directors of the North Pacific Research Board and spent two terms on the U.
25 (pa) The North Pacific Research Board is a custodian to a portion of the revenue generated by the Environmental Improvement and Restoration Fund.
The connection between those events may not be obvious, but like the perpetual mystery that starts just below the surface of Alaska's seas, it becomes clearer with a closer look The hand on the research tiller, or to be more scientifically accurate, the 40 of them, comprise the North Pacific Research Board, which completed its first science plan last October.