4 edition of A report on the sea-otter banks of Alaska. found in the catalog.
|Contributions||Hooper, Calvin L. [from old catalog]|
|LC Classifications||SH364 .U5 1897|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||35|
|LC Control Number||08022404|
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“A fishing trip to Sea Otter Sound is, by far, the number one thing on my list of things I want to do. Why? Fishing is excellent and we can choose what to fish for. The location is quiet and peaceful. The lodge is comfortable and very relaxing. The food is great. But most of all it’s the on: P.O. Box , Craig, , Alaska. The Resolution states “BE IT RESOLVED that the Alaska State Legislature urges the United States.. to review current data and scientific evidence relating to sea otter abundance and the DETRIMENTAL EFFECTS of sea otters in Southeast Alaska and, after reviewing the evidence, waive the requirements of 16 U.S.C. to allow the taking of sea.
The northern sea otter subspecies (E. lutris kenyoni), is found in the Aleutian Islands, Southern Alaska, British Columbia, and Washington. Within Alaska, there are 3 stocks. The Southeast stock can be found in the coastal waters of Southeast Alaska. The South central population spans from west of Glacier Bay to the eastern edge of Cook Inlet. Disclaimer: ITIS taxonomy is based on the latest scientific consensus available, and is provided as a general reference source for interested parties. However, it is not a legal authority for statutory or regulatory purposes. While every effort has been made to provide the most reliable and up-to-date information available, ultimate legal requirements with respect to species are contained in Biological classification: Species.
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A report on the sea-otter banks of Alaska Range and habits of the sea otter--its decrease under American rule, and some of the causes--importance of the sea otter to the natives of Alaska inhabiting the Aleutian islands--proposed regulations for [Calvin Leighton Hooper; United States.
Revenue-Cutter Service.]. Alaska Department of Fish and Game P.O. Box W. 8th Street Juneau, AK Office Locations. A Treasury Department report inone of the first government documents to focus exclusively on the sea otter, noted the decline in the otter fur trade and its impact on native Aleutian hunters.
As it warned, “Under present conditions the sea otter is becoming extinct, and, as many of the hunting schooners are manned by white hunters from.
In southeast Alaska, sea otter numbers have nearly doubled since the early s, which has led to calls from commercial shellfish fisheries and the state of Alaska to manage sea otters in important fishing areas. In Alaska there are three stocks of northern sea otters—the Southwest stock, the Southcentral stock, and the Southeast stock.
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Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, Book/Printed Material A report on the sea-otter banks of Alaska. Also available in digital form. A Treasury Department report inone of the first government documents to focus exclusively on the sea otter, noted the decline in the otter fur trade and its impact on native Aleutian hunters.
As it warned, “Under present conditions the sea otter is becoming extinct, and, as many of the hunting schooners are manned by white hunters from Author: Ross Coen.
On July 30 th, Representative Don Young (R. – Alaska) introduced H.R. a bill that threatens to reauthorize the sea otter fur trade for segments of the Alaskan sea otter range. Though cleverly authored as if the bill were aimed at improving the native people’s ability to practice their cultural traditions, Mr.
Young’s public. In coastal Alaska, a bacterial infection has caused adult sea otter die-offs in record numbers. Meanwhile, researchers have seen a steep increase in the number of orphaned pups over the last.
A sea otter floats in Kachemak Bay, Alaska, in this July 1, file photo. Alaska state senator Bert Stedman, R-Sitka, is proposing a bounty on sea otters, the cuddly little marine mammals often.Sea Otter Impacts on Commercial Fisheries in Southeast Alaska McDowell Group, Inc.
• Page 1 Executive Summary Purpose The purpose of this report is toestimate the economic loss to Southeast Alaska commercial fisheries due to growing sea otter predation.
The sea cucumber, geoduck, red sea urchin, and Dungeness crab fisheries are examined.“A Report on the Sea-Otter Banks of Alaska.” Washington, DC: GPO. Hrdlička, Aleš The Aleutian and Commander Islands and Their Inhabitants.
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