This page and related links are primarily for internal use. If you are not a Aquatic & Fishery Sciences staff or student, please refer to the Publications databases or contact the Webmaster, Marcus Duke, firstname.lastname@example.org, 206-543-4678.
What Is in the Archives?
The University of Washington School of Aquatic & Fishery Sciences retains over 70 years of research records in its Archives: technical reports, reprints, maps, slides, film, data (e.g., from log books, field notes [especially for Alaska salmon research] to microfilm to scale samples).
How Is the Archives Organized?
The school archives comprises two rooms located in the Fisheries Science building, 1122 Boat Street, Box 355020, Seattle, WA 98195 (southwest campus): Room 217A contains the bulk of records; room 217B contains records pertaining to the Alaska Salmon Program and the High Seas Salmon Program (see below).
The image map below will aid in searching for record type and location. Clicking on any of the boxes with letters in them will take you to a table that describes the holdings briefly and, when available, provides links to database compilations.
What About Alaska Salmon Program/High-Seas Salmon Program Records?
In late 1999, Alaska Salmon Program personnel started developing a computerized database of Alaska salmon research records stored in room 217B. For further information on program holdings, please contact Ray Hilborn, email@example.com, 206-543-3587. For further information on High-Seas Salmon Program records, contact Kate Myers, firstname.lastname@example.org, 206-543-1101.
Archives Records Locations: Clickable Map
The following map is provided to assist Fisheries personnel in finding specific records in the School Archives. Clicking on any letter in the below diagram (but not words) will open a new window with specific information on the record type. When available, online and downloadable listings of record contents are provided.
Initially, to familiarize yourself with the overall layout, I recommend you open the Categories page, noting category code and description (columns 1 and 2) and then finding the corresponding code location on the image map on this page.
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Once familiar with the archives schematic, you may find it more useful to go first to the Categories page to look up the record type and match the category code with the corresponding code indicated below to determine record location.