4 edition of Alaska harbor seal (Phoca vitulina) contaminants found in the catalog.
Alaska harbor seal (Phoca vitulina) contaminants
by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Technology Administration, National Institute of Standards and Technology in Gaithersburg, MD
Written in English
|Statement||Rebecca S. Papa, Paul R. Becker|
|Series||NISTIR -- 6211|
|Contributions||Becker, Paul R, National Institute of Standards and Technology (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 249 p.|
|Number of Pages||249|
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Organized in as a nonprofit tribal consortium comprised of Alaska Native communities within the harbor seal habitat range. The overall goal of the commission is to strengthen and increase the role of Alaska Natives in resource management and decisions affecting the harbor seals and their uses.
The Commission helps foster this through our co-management agreement for Location: E Northern Lights Blvd SteAnchorage,AK. Harbor Seals can dive a quarter-mile below the surface and stay ther efor nearly an hour while hunting for their favorite treat, young halibut.
In Alaska, they live in coastal waters from the Kuskokwim region through the Aleutians and along the coasts of the Gulf of Alaska into Canada. Juveniles move greater distances, but almost all harbor seals stay within a miles of known locations or birth places.
SIZE: Harbor seal. The primary purpose of this agreement is to set forth an operational structure for the conservation and management of harbor seals in Alaska between the Alaska Native Harbor Seal Commission and the National Marine Fisheries Service (otherwise referred to as.
Harbor seals play a crucial role in the culture and diet of Alaska Natives; the annual subsistence harvest of harbor seals in Alaska is about1, to 2, animals, with fewer seals harvested in recent years.
The harbor seal's ability to damage or remove salmon from gillnets has caused conflicts between seals and commercial fishers in Alaska. The harbor (or harbour) seal (Phoca vitulina), also known as the common seal, is a true seal found along temperate and Arctic marine coastlines of the Northern most widely distributed species of pinniped (walruses, eared seals, and true seals), they are found in coastal waters of the northern Atlantic, Pacific Oceans, Baltic and North Seas.
This data layer represents the 12 uniquely identified stocks of harbor seals found in Alaskan waters. Stocks were identified by NMFS and their co-management partners, the Alaska Native Harbor Seal Commission, in based largely on genetic structure. Given the genetic samples were not obtained continuously throughout the range, a total evidence approach was used to consider additional.
Alaska Harbor Seal Aerial Survey Units Status: Completed Abstract: Aerial surveys of coastal Alaska are the primary method for estimating abundance of harbor seals. A particular challenge associated with aerial surveys of harbor seals is maintaining consistent spatial representation of haulout locations.
In some cases, seals aggregate into a. Harbor seals are one of the most populous seals along Alaska's shores. Harbor seals are artful swimmers, extremely well adapted to the ocean. They can often be seen resting on rocky tidal areas, or on floating icebergs. They are curious animals and their distinctly round head and big eyes are often seen popping out of the water.
Alaska Native Harbor Seal Commission Executive Director and Principal Investigator Monica Riedel Project Coordinator Joni Bryant Aleut Marine Mammal Commission Executive Director Peggy Osterback 1 Primary Author.
Robert J. Wolfe and Associates for the Alaska Native Harbor Seal Commission. Alaska Harbor Seal Haul-out Locations Publication Date: Abstract: Aerial surveys of coastal Alaska are the primary method for estimating abundance of harbor seals.
A particular challenge associated with aerial surveys of harbor seals is maintaining consistent spatial representation of haul-out locations (waypoints). Harbor seals are also known as “hair seals” by some locals, and they are what brought the first white settlers to Alaska in the s.
Russians established a massive fur trade based on the pelts of harbor seals and nearly wiped them out completely, but since the Marine Mammal Protection Act, their numbers have rebounded and are now estimated at betweenAlaska harbor seal (Phoca vitulina) contaminants a review with annotated bibliography (SuDoc C ) [Rebecca S.
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Alaska Harbor Seal Stocks Data Set Published / External Polar Ecosystems Program Project In Work This data layer represents the 12 uniquely identified stocks of harbor seals found in Alaskan waters.
Stocks were identified by NMFS and their co-management partners, the Alaska Native Harbor Seal Commission, in based largely on genetic structure. Harbor seal numbers have declined significantly in Alaska, particularly in the Aleutians.
Many of Alaska’s marine mammals have been in trouble in recent years. Recent declines of Steller sea lions, northern sea otters and northern fur seals are well documented in the Bering Sea and Aleutian Islands.
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likes 31 were here. GOT SEAL OIL? Permits For Research All harbor seal capture, handling, and research was conducted under Marine Mammal Protection Act (MMPA) permit numbers and issued to the Alaska Department of Fish & Game and MMPA permit number issued to the National Marine Mammal Laboratory by National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)-Protected .