Currently, 3 stocks of harbor porpoise are recognized in Alaska: 1) the Southeast Alaska stock--occurring from Dixon Entrance (54[degrees]30'N; 134[degrees]00'W) to Cape Suckling (60[degrees]00'N; 144[degrees]00'W), 2) the Gulf of Alaska stock--occurring from Cape Suckling to Unimak
Pass, and 3) the Bering Sea stock--occurring throughout the Aleutian Islands and all waters north of Unimak
Pass (Allen and Angliss, 2012).
On April 8 in Anchorage at the Alaska Zoo Gateway Hall, the topic is Killer Whale Predation on Gray Whales in the Unimak
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Shore-based studies of migratory patterns have been conducted at Unimak
Pass, Alaska (lat.
Seabird colonies, marine birds and mammals of the Unimak
Pass area: abundance, habitat use and vulnerability.
One of the most destructive tsunamis of the past century resulted from a great earthquake centered near Unimak
Island in Alaska's Prince William Sound on April 1, 1946.
The new track led through Unimak
Pass in the Aleutians into the Bering Sea, passing north of the Aleutian chain and reaching the Soviet Union near Ust'-Kamchatsk.
The Civil Liberties Act of 1988 includes the following provisions: an apology for the evacuation, relocation, and internment of such citizens and permanent resident aliens; a provision for a public education fund to educate citizens about the internment; a call for restitution to interned Japanese Americans; a call for restitution to Aleut residents of the Pribil of Islands and the Aleutian Islands west of Unimak
Island for injustices suffered while those Aleut residents were under U.
The survey area extends on the north side of the Aleutian island chain from Unimak
Pass in the east (165[degrees]W) to Stalemate Bank in the west (170[degrees]E); on the south side of this archipelago, the survey extends from Samalga Pass (170[degrees]E) to Stalemate Bank in the west.
False Pass, located on the eastern side of Unimak
Island on Isanotski Strait in the Aleutian Islands, 646 air miles southwest of Anchorage, is an important refueling stop for Gulf of Alaska, Bristol Bay, and Bering Sea fishing fleets.
In 2011, FWS denied the State of Alaska's proposal to kill wolves on Unimak
Island Wilderness within the Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge.
Island east along the Alaska Peninsula to Ugashik Bay, the 1941 Bristol Bay survey was divided into two areas--in-shore and offshore.