Yakutat


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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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Acoustic monitoring and prey association for beluga whale, Delphinapterus leucas, and harbor porpoise, Phocoena phocoena, off two river mouths in Yakutat Bay, Alaska.
Four sites were on the mainland, 1 in Yakutat and 3 in Juneau (Airport, Auke Lake, and Cowee Meadow), and 1 site (Hoonah) was on Chichagof Island.
Community members in the Yakutat Tlingit project aim to accomplish the following with this language restoration program:
Arriving in Yakutat on 8 August, the manager did not find Pribylov there with Polomoshnyi.
The highest abundances in Alaska occur in the western Gulf of Alaska off Kodiak Island, in the eastern Gulf of Alaska off Yakutat, and in the Bering Sea (Kruse et al.
The criteria for patch definition were determined by using the 80th percentile of values from acoustic backscatter data measured aboard the FV Sea Storm during a NMFS GOA trawl survey in 2005 in the same Yakutat area.
Many of these problems are manifest in aerial surveys of moose (Alces alces gigas) in temperate rainforests on the Yakutat Foreland of southeast Alaska, USA where snow conditions that facilitate detecting moose can be intermittent, weather conditions for flying are frequently poor, and forest cover is dense and widespread.
The Yakutat Forelands (1,280 [km.sup.2]) of the Tongass National Forest are located along the southeast coastline of Alaska, USA (Fig.
Guests can choose more glacier viewing, including either the Hubbard Glacier in Yakutat Bay or Glacier Bay National Park.
This fault extends north to the Yakutat region of Alaska, where collisional tectonics (including a subduction zone to the west that generated a M 9.2 earthquake in 1964) again dominates.
But in the Yakutat Forelands, in a patch of land between Glacier Bay and Wrangell-St.