Bristol Bay
First Order Stations

King Salmon Airport

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The Bristol Bay region includes most of the northern side of the Alaska Peninsula, the west coast south of the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta, and the inland area roughly to the point where the Alaska Range bends around more strongly to the east.

The ocean in Bristol Bay is shallow, and seasonal sea ice here reaches its southernmost extent off the Alaska coast.
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OBSERVING STATIONS - Period of record given in parenthesis, which denotes start and end year of operation. Data may not be complete throughout the period, however, and may include significant data gaps. Boldface type indicates stations currently operating.
ALEKNAGIK (1958 - 73) EGEGIK (1971 - 73) MOSQUITO POINT (1950 - 51)
BROOKS LAKE (1951 - 72) ILIAMNA AIRPT (1920 - present) NAKNEK (1917 - 55)
BROOKS RIVER (1967 - 90) INTRICATE BAY (1959 - present) PILOT POINT (1939 - 45)
CAPE NEWENHAM (1953 - 84) KOKHANOK BAY (1955 - 59) PORT ALSWORTH (1960 - present)
DILLINGHAM 17 NW (1981 - 83) LAKE ALEKNAGIK (1950 - 54) PORT HEIDEN (1942 - 88)
DILLINGHAM ARPT (1919 - 2001) LAKE NERKA (1952 - 65) TANALIAN POINT (1940 - 59)