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Marine Policy, ISSN 0308-597X, 11/2018, Volume 97, pp. 101 - 108
Bringing western science and policy together with Traditional Knowledge and values from indigenous communities for ocean planning is lacking and a framework is... 
Ocean governance, policy | Alaska | Ocean planning | Bering Strait | Indigenous values, inclusion and participation | MANAGEMENT | GOVERNANCE | TRADITIONAL KNOWLEDGE | PEOPLES | INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS | SYSTEMS | SEAL | ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES | AREAS | Indigenous peoples
Journal Article
Marine Policy, ISSN 0308-597X, 01/2015, Volume 51, pp. 119 - 127
Commercial vessel traffic through the Bering Strait is increasing. This region has high biological and cultural significance, to which commercial shipping... 
Mitigation | Seabirds | Subsistence | Vessel traffic | Marine mammals | Bering Strait | Bering strait | WHALE | SEAS | SHIPS | CHUKCHI | GEAR | STRATEGIES | INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS | SOUND | ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES | AREAS | Environmental associations | Archaeology | Laws, regulations and rules | Emissions (Pollution) | Transportation | Cetacea | Food supply | Oil spills | Traffic flow | Straits | Ships | Vessels | Risk | Lanes | Shipping
Journal Article
by Abernethy, R and Ackerman, Steven A and Adler, R and Albanil Encarnación, Adelina and Aldeco, Laura S and Alfaro, Eric J and Aliaga-Nestares, Vannia and Allan, Richard P and Allan, Rob and Alves, Lincoln M and Amador, Jorge A and Anderson, John and Aneassen, L. M and Argüez, Anthony and Armitage, C and Arndt, Derek S and Avalos, Grinia and Azorin-Molina, César and Báez, Julián and Bardin, M. Yu and Barichivich, Jonathan and Baringer, Molly O and Barreira, Sana and Baxter, Stephen and Beck, H. E and Becker, Aneas and Bedka, Kristopher M and Behe, Carolina and Bell, Gerald D and Bellouin, Nicolas and Belmont, M and Benedetti, Angela and Bernhard, G. H and Berrisford, Paul and Berry, David I and Bhatt, U. S and Bissolli, Peter and Bjerke, J and Blake, Eric S and Blenkinsop, Stephen and Blunden, Jessica and Bolmgren, K and Bosilovich, Michael G and Boucher, Olivier and Bouchon, Marilú and Box, J. E and Boyer, Tim and Braathen, Geir O and Bromwich, David H and Brown, R and Buehler, S and Bulygina, Olga N and Burgess, D and Calderón, Blanca and Camargo, Suzana J and Campbell, Ethan C and Campbell, Jayaka D and Cappelen, J and Carrea, Laura and Carter, Brendan R and Castro, Anabel and Chambers, Don P and Cheng, Lijing and Christiansen, Hanne H and Christy, John R and Chung, E. S and Clem, Kyle R and Coelho, Caio A.S and Coldewey-Egbers, Melanie and Colwell, Steve and Cooper, Owen R and Copland, L and Costanza, Carol and Covey, Curt and Coy, Lawrence and Cronin, T and Crouch, Jake and Cruzado, Luis and Daniel, Raychelle and Davis, Sean M and Davletshin, S. G and De Eyto, Elvira and De Jeu, Richard A.M and De La Cour, Jacqueline L and De Laat, Jos and De Gasperi, Curtis L and Degenstein, Doug and Deline, P and Demircan, Mesut and Derksen, C and Dewitte, Boris and Dhurmea, R and Di Girolamo, Larry and Diamond, Howard J and Dickerson, C and Dlugokencky, Ed J and Dohan, Kathleen and Dokulil, Martin T and Dolman, A. Johannes and Domingues, Catia M and ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, ISSN 0003-0007, 08/2018, Volume 99, Issue 8, pp. Si - S310
In 2017, the dominant greenhouse gases released into Earth's atmosphere-carbon dioxide, methane, and nitrous oxide-reached new record highs. The annual global... 
Atmospheric Science
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Marine Mammal Science, ISSN 0824-0469, 01/2003, Volume 19, Issue 1, pp. 128 - 140
We documented the progression and timing of the annual molt of harbor seals on Tugidak Island, Alaska, from 1997 to 1999. In all years the timing of molting... 
molting | Alaska | population estimates | harbor seal | age‐sex classes | Phoca vitulina richardsi | Age-sex classes | Population estimates | Molting | Harbor seal | GROENLANDICA | age-sex classes | BEHAVIOR | PHOCA-VITULINA | COMMON SEALS | PUPS | ZOOLOGY | METABOLISM | MARINE & FRESHWATER BIOLOGY | MIROUNGA-ANGUSTIROSTRIS | CONSTRAINTS | PELAGE | CYCLE
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by Abernethy, R and Ackerman, Steven A and Adler, R and Albanil Encarnación, Adelina and Aldeco, Laura S and Alfaro, Eric J and Aliaga-Nestares, Vannia and Allan, Richard P and Allan, Rob and Alves, Lincoln M and Amador, Jorge A and Anderson, John and Aneassen, L. M and Argüez, Anthony and Armitage, C and Arndt, Derek S and Avalos, Grinia and Azorin-Molina, César and Báez, Julián and Bardin, M. Yu and Barichivich, Jonathan and Baringer, Molly O and Barreira, Sana and Baxter, Stephen and Beck, H. E and Becker, Aneas and Bedka, Kristopher M and Behe, Carolina and Bell, Gerald D and Bellouin, Nicolas and Belmont, M and Benedetti, Angela and Bernhard, G. H and Berrisford, Paul and Berry, David I and Bhatt, U. S and Bissolli, Peter and Bjerke, J and Blake, Eric S and Blenkinsop, Stephen and Blunden, Jessica and Bolmgren, K and Bosilovich, Michael G and Boucher, Olivier and Bouchon, Marilú and Box, J. E and Boyer, Tim and Braathen, Geir O and Bromwich, David H and Brown, R and Buehler, S and Bulygina, Olga N and Burgess, D and Calderón, Blanca and Camargo, Suzana J and Campbell, Ethan C and Campbell, Jayaka D and Cappelen, J and Carrea, Laura and Carter, Brendan R and Castro, Anabel and Chambers, Don P and Cheng, Lijing and Christiansen, Hanne H and Christy, John R and Chung, E. S and Clem, Kyle R and Coelho, Caio A.S and Coldewey-Egbers, Melanie and Colwell, Steve and Cooper, Owen R and Copland, L and Costanza, Carol and Covey, Curt and Coy, Lawrence and Cronin, T and Crouch, Jake and Cruzado, Luis and Daniel, Raychelle and Davis, Sean M and Davletshin, S. G and De Eyto, Elvira and De Jeu, Richard A.M and De La Cour, Jacqueline L and De Laat, Jos and De Gasperi, Curtis L and Degenstein, Doug and Deline, P and Demircan, Mesut and Derksen, C and Dewitte, Boris and Dhurmea, R and Di Girolamo, Larry and Diamond, Howard J and Dickerson, C and Dlugokencky, Ed J and Dohan, Kathleen and Dokulil, Martin T and Dolman, A. Johannes and Domingues, Catia M and ...
08/2018, Volume 99, Issue 8 Special Supplement
In 2017, the dominant greenhouse gases released into Earth's atmosphere-carbon dioxide, methane, and nitrous oxide-reached new record highs. The annual global... 
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