Press releases • May 02, 2018 12:16 BST
An adventure canoeist who was sponsored by Ocean Signal for an epic 2000-mile journey across Alaska has launched a new book about the mission. Writer Adam Weymouth paddled the treacherous Yukon river from Eagle to Emmonak in 2016 to investigate how the decline in King Salmon numbers is impacting the ecosystem, the fishing industry and the natives.
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- Hi-res image - Ocean Signal - Adam Weymouth with the Ocean Signal rescueME PLB1 that he carried during his Alaska journey
- Hi-res image - Ocean Signal - Canoeist and writer Adam Weymouth during his journey down the Yukon River
- Hi-res image - Ocean Signal - Ocean Signal rescueME PLB1, the world's smallest Personal Locator Beacon
Ocean Signal: Safety Expert Ocean Signal Backs Canoeist’s Alaska Mission to Investigate King Salmon Decline
Press releases • Oct 25, 2016 14:22 BST
Ocean Signal-backed writer Adam Weymouth has returned from a dangerous mission to canoe across Alaska to investigate the decline in King Salmon numbers for a new book. The London-based 32-year-old was supplied with Ocean Signal rescueME PLB1 personal locator beacons.