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  • About Pebble (Mine) Science About Pebble (Mine) Science This site promotes sharing of objective scientific information on proposed copper mining in Bristol Bay, Alaska. Mining in this region is controversial because mining can cause significant adverse impacts to water quality and fisheries and 51% of the world's sockeye salmon originates from Bristol Bay. Economies in the region depend on healthy biodiverse salmon stocks.
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Can Mining & Fisheries coexist?
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Bristol
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Fisheries

Subsistence
Subsistence
Commerical
Commercial
Sport
Sport

Videos about the Bristol Bay Native Village of Nondalton,
which is 14 miles from the proposed mine site.

In the Heart of Alaska's Salmon Stronghold

In the Heart of Alaska's Salmon Stronghold

 

In the Heart of Alaska's Salmon Stronghold

Putting up the Fish -- A salmon tradition at risk

Pebble Mine Info

Technical Background

Water Impact

Acid Drainage

Block Caving

Waste Disposal

Seismic Risk

Fisheries

Pebble Mine
Development Plans



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Salmon
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Economics
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EPA realeases draft study for public comment Download audio Listen to audio Frontline

Boom, Bust, Boom

Interview with
Author Bill Carter

Video Audio BBNC releases Poll Results  

About Pebble (Mine) Science

This site promotes sharing of objective scientific information on proposed copper mining in Bristol Bay, Alaska. Mining in this region is controversial because mining can cause significant adverse impacts to water quality and fisheries and 51% of the world's sockeye salmon originates from Bristol Bay. Economies in the region depend on healthy biodiverse salmon stocks.

See article in Nature.com
Population diversity and the portfolio effect in an exploited species


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