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Matthew Dickerson: Sockeye in the Wood River system: Abundance, resilience, diversity; Part 1

A TALL ALASKAN male sockeye salmon attempts to swim up a shallow Alaskan stream to spawn. Photo courtesy of Matthew Dickerson

For five days and nights I resided in a shoreline cabin partway up the Wood River system in Alaska’s Wood-Tikchik State Park. Officially, I was serving as artist-in-residence for Alaska State Parks and had come to spend a week in the state’s largest park trying to represent it in prose and photography.

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