Loud and clear.
Can people please identify themselves when they speak?
Molly, can you hear me?
https://www.marinetraffic.com/ This is a freebee that at least tells you where a vessel is, not necessarily the name.
https://www.mxak.org/ Access to the Marine Exchange’s PACTRACS is provided via membership and a subscription service, the cost of which is based on the area of coverage and data accessed. Terrestrial AIS coverage for Alaska is our entry option. Access to terrestrial and satellite AIS data for the entire North Pacific from the equator to the Arctic is also available as well as options between these two. Our software system, PACTRACS, is a user friendly vessel tracking display that presents vessels’ position reports, dimensions, type of vessel and other information transmitted by vessel's AIS and/or satellite transponders via the web. The display can be accessed by a computer, cell phone or PDA and allows users to select from a variety of display options as well as search for vessels, establish arrival and departure alert messages and replay a vessel's past transits.
Thank you Tom
AIS is mandatory for 65 foot and over. If they are off they should be reported.
Dropping off for another appointment.
Kate Haapala is the Council staff contact for the local knowledge/traditional knowledge/subsistence task force, which is fairly new. She can answer further questions on the efforts this task force has underway. firstname.lastname@example.org.