Norton Sound

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Norton Sound,

inlet of the Bering Sea, c.150 mi (240 km) long and 125 mi (200 km) across at its widest point, W Alaska, S of the Seward Peninsula. Norton Bay is its northeast arm. Nome is on the north shore and the Yukon River flows into the sound from the south. It is navigable from May to October.
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The Norton Sound Health Corporation also sees a significant amount of colon, lung and breast cancers, and DeAngelis expects the new MRI system to help diagnose and monitor treatment of those diseases.
Siu (pronounced see-you) Alaska Corporation is the for-profit arm of the Norton Sound Economic Development Corporation and makes distributions back to this CDQ.
On September 19, staff members of Norton Sound Regional Hospital in Nome reported two additional suspected trichinellosis cases from the same community, in the adult aunt (patient D) and uncle (patient E) of patient A.
Using a Leupold spotting scope to size up the grizzly, Eric figured there would be a good chance the boar would follow a deep drainage that dumped into the Norton Sound.
He makes Graham Norton sound like a monk on a vow of silence.
Swanson was born at a fish camp in the community of Shaktoolik, which is a coastal village located near the Norton Sound in the Bering Sea in Alaska.
Critical habitat for the spectacled eider includes areas on the YukonKuskokwim Delta (Y-K Delta), Norton Sound, Ledyard Bay, and Bering Sea between St.
Given the distribution of sightings observed during the three years of survey effort, this assumption seemed reasonable, except for the northern portion of Norton Sound, where beluga whales were not observed (Fig.
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A patient record from the Norton Sound Health Corporation hospital in Nome, Alaska?
Glory Remembered is a thorough and comprehensive study of the history, function, typology, and decoration of the carved and bentwood headgear from the Aleutian Islands, the Kodiak area, the Alaska Peninsula, and Norton Sound. Originally conceived as a facsimile reprint of the 1930 Ivanov paper on the headgear and their designs, the project benefits immeasurably from the reproductions of early drawings, sixty-six added black & whites of known hats and details, and thirty color illustrations of extant examples, as well as the current view by Black, in which she provides recent archaeological, ethnographic, and linguistic information about the types of headgear and their distribution.