Capt. Jesse Stark, commanding officer of the NOAA ship Bell M. Shimada, reviews charts in preparation for a cruise to the Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary while the vessel was docked in Port Angeles. Stark is a 1990 Port Angeles High School graduate. (Rob Ollikainen/Peninsula Daily News)

Capt. Jesse Stark, commanding officer of the NOAA ship Bell M. Shimada, reviews charts in preparation for a cruise to the Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary while the vessel was docked in Port Angeles. Stark is a 1990 Port Angeles High School graduate. (Rob Ollikainen/Peninsula Daily News)

Trawling for data: NOAA research ship surveys salmon, other ocean fish

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