The Crab-tivating Life of Crustaceans: Where do they go? How do they grow? What do we know?
Erin Fedewa and Leah Zacher, NOAA Fisheries Alaska Fisheries Science Center’s Kodiak Laboratory in Kodiak, AK
How much do you know about Alaskan crab? Join us as we learn to identify crustaceans found in Alaskan waters and talk about crab biology with live appearances from some “crabby” guests. We’ll even find out how to tag a red king crab and explore how researchers use these tags to study where crab live and how they move!
Resources to access at home:
» A Sneak Peek inside the Kodiak Lab Aquarium
» NOAA Live! Alaska Webinar 80: A Dive into Daily Life at the Alaska Fisheries Science Center’s Kodiak Lab
» NOAA Live! Alaska Webinar 43: The Crab-tivating Life of Crustaceans: diving into Alaskan snow crab and red king crab biology
» Red king crab life stages – a short course
» Crab education pages
» New Studies Raise Questions About Crabs’ Adaptability
» Dutch Harbor Snow and Tanner Crab Growth Study – a science blog
» NOAA Fisheries Species Pages:
Subtitles coming soon!