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Yakutat:

see TlingitTlingit
, group of related Native North American tribes, speaking a language that forms a branch of the Nadene linguistic stock (see Native American languages). The 14 divisions of the Tlingit may reflect a former era when they were entirely independent tribes.
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From 1994 to 2002, the eastern Gulf of Alaska region around Yakutat accounted for 31% of statewide scallop landings.
2007), and the Yakutat area was known to have high rockfish abundance.
Correction factors for visibility bias (commonly referred to as Sightability Correction Factors or SCFs, and hereafter referred to as correction factors) that account for the proportion of animals undetected during aerial surveys are known to improve the accuracy of population estimates (Timmerman 1993), particularly for areas with extensive forest cover and variable weather conditions that occur on the Yakutat Foreland.
Summary statistics for habitat characteristics used by and available (random sites) to A) female and B) male moose by season, Yakutat Forelands, Alaska, USA, during 2002-2004.
During September of 1899, the Yakutat Bay region of Alaska, near the Yukon/BC border, was shaken by a series of major earthquakes.
In June 1791, the snips reached their northernmost point at Port Mulgrave, now called Yakutat Bay, in the shadow of Mount Saint Elias, which had first been visited by the English Captain George Dixon in 1787.
GLACIER BEARS ARE round in Alaska, basically from Yakutat to Juneau.
Anthropologists identify indigenous Northwest Coast culture as roughly extending from Cape Mendocino, California, to Yakutat Bay in southeastern Alaska.
The Bank continues to serve its customers in Hoonah and Yakutat through remote services, including on-line banking.
Maintaining open fish passage and avoiding impact to fish in the creek presented just some of the challenges that Ahtna Environmental faced while renovating a fish passage under the Yakutat Highway.
Provide airport marking/striping in Ketchikan, Petersburg, Sitka, Wrangell, and Yakutat.
This first issue includes an update of the Cook Inlet abundance and trend time series through 2012, a synopsis of Alaska beluga whale prey based on stomach content analyses, an ethogram for wild beluga whales based on studies at Eagle Bay, three papers on the Yakutat Bay beluga group, and a novel beluga monitoring project conducted on the Little Susitna River.