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Satellite-tagging of spotted seals (Phoca largha) at Kasegaluk Lagoon, Alaska, 1992-1993

Satellite-tagging of spotted seals (Phoca largha) at Kasegaluk Lagoon, Alaska, 1992-1993

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Published by The Service in [Anchorage, Alaska? .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Phoca largha -- Alaska -- Kasegaluk Lagoon -- Observations.,
  • Seals (Animals) -- Alaska -- Kasegaluk Lagoon -- Observations.,
  • Artificial satellites in surveying -- Alaska -- Kasegaluk Lagoon.

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    Other titlesSatellite tagging of spotted seals (phoca largha) at Kasegaluk Lagoon, Alaska, 1992-1993
    Statementprincipal investigator, Lloyd F. Lowry ... [et al.] ; report submitted by Alaska Department of Fish and Game ; submitted to U.S. Department of the Interior, Minerals Management Service.
    SeriesOCS study
    ContributionsLowry, Lloyd F., Alaska. Dept. of Fish and Game, United States. Minerals Management Service
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationiii, 23 p.
    Number of Pages23
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22232986M

    Department of Fish and Game, Natural Resources, Office of the Governor, Division of Governmental Coordination, Mariculture Development and Aquatic Farm Act by Alaska (Book) A review of the Department of Fish and Game, July 1, June 30, by Alaska (Book). Based on satellite tagging studies, spotted seals migrate south from the Chukchi Sea in October and pass through the Bering Strait in November and overwinter in .

    Feb 04,  · Spotted seals live on ice floes and nearby waters in the north Pacific region, from Canada and Alaska to Russia, Japan, Korea and China, with a global population in . There's fishing, kayaking, hiking, unbelievable waterfalls, abundant wildlife (not to brag but we were able to kayak next to a handful of spotted seals, eeeek!!), and the list goes on and on. We will for sure be back to visit Kat and Donnie! I've been all over Alaska and Whale Island is now definitely one of my favorite places in the state.5/5(5).

    Feb 09,  · Uzbek five-ball, Storm Ciara and Tolkien battle: Sunday's best photos Spotted seals swim in a water tank at the Asahiyama zoo in Asahikawa, northern Japan Photograph: Yasuyoshi Chiba/AFP via Getty. Research focuses on natural history and ecology of seals and beluga whales in Alaska including distribution, movements and diving behavior (satellite tagging) of spotted seals, harbor seals, bearded seals and belugas; trophic interactions of ice-associated seals; abundance and trends of marine mammal populations; habitat use and diet of harbor.


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Satellite-tagging of spotted seals (Phoca largha) at Kasegaluk Lagoon, Alaska, 1992-1993 Download PDF EPUB FB2

Add tags for "Satellite-tagging of spotted seals (Phoca largha) at Kasegaluk Lagoon, Alaska, ". Be the first. Satellite-tagging of spotted seals (Phoca largha) at Kasegaluk Lagoon, Alaska, PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATORS.

Lloyd F. Lowry and Kathryn J. Frost, Alaska Department of Fish and Game, College Road, Fairbanks, AK Randall Davis, Texas A&M University, Department of Marine Biology, Galveston, TX Robert Satellite-tagging of spotted seals book. Title: Satellite-tagging of spotted seals (Phoca largha) at Kasegaluk Lagoon, Alaska, Topics: Distribution and Movements (including Migration), Population Abundance and Trends (Survey Inventory), Research, Resource Development, Technique Development (e.g., population survey, breakaway snares), Tracks or Tracking, Population Composition and Demographics, Dive.

Based on the proportions of seals instrumented with satellite tags in separate studies, we estimate that 69, (42%) of spotted seals and 6, (21%) of ribbon seals that.

Satellite-tagging of spotted seals (Phoca largha) at Kasegaluk Lagoon, Alaska, / By Lloyd F Lowry, National Marine Mammal Laboratory (U.S.). Alaska Fisheries Science Center, North Slope Borough (Alaska). Jul 20,  · Movements of spotted seals (Phoca largha) in the Sea of Okhotsk according to satellite tagging data.

Abstract. For the first time, satellite tagging of spotted seals (Phoca largha) has been performed in three regions of the Sea of Okhotsk: Chkalov Island in Sakhalin Bay, Ptichy Island, and the Bolshaya River mouth on the western coast of forabetterchicago.com: M.

Solov’eva, D. Glazov, D. Kuznetsova, V. Rozhnov. The spotted seal gets its name from its coat pattern, which is usually a light-colored background with dark spots.

Spotted seals are widely distributed on the continental shelf of the Beaufort, Chukchi, southeastern East Siberian, Bering, and Okhotsk Seas; south through the Sea of Japan; and into the northern Yellow Sea.

Spotted seals (Phoca largha, Pallis ) belong to the order Carnivora in the pinniped family Phocidae. They occur primarily in seasonally ice-covered seas of the North Pacific Ocean.

Most spotted seals use sea ice during the breeding season (Burns, ).Author: Kathryn J. Frost, John J. Burns. Spotted seals are annually monogamous instead of polygynous, which is unusual among seals.

Mating pairs form when females are ready to bear a pup from the mating of the previous year. The pair stays together until the pup is weaned and the female mates again. The spotted seal is of the family, Phocidae, or "true seals".

Compared to other true seals, they are intermediate in size, with mature adults of both sexes generally weighing between and pounds (81 to kg) and measuring to ft ( to meters), roughly the same size as a harbor seal or ribbon forabetterchicago.com: Phocidae.

ferences exist between harbor and spotted seals. Unlike the well-studied harbor seal, the biology of spotted seals is not well described (Quakenbush ). Most of the information available has come from studies conducted in the Bering Sea ice front where pupping, breeding and molting all.

For the first time, satellite tagging of spotted seals (Phoca largha) has been performed in three regions of the Sea of Okhotsk: Chkalov Island in Sakhalin Bay, Ptichy Island, and the Bolshaya. Drones, satellite tagging will help monitor harbour seals in Saint John. The Atlantic Coastal Action Program (ACAP) Saint John has launched a harbour seal monitoring program that could include using drones and satellite tagging to find out more about the mammals and their activities in the area.

Spotted seals may get to be pounds, but males and females average to pounds. Length of grown seals is between and feet. Newborn pups weigh 18 to 26 pounds (8 to 12 kg) and average about 33 inches (84 cm) long. Mar 01,  · The harbor seal (Phoca vitulina) and spotted seal (Phoca largha) are the main seal species around Hokkaido, Japan.

While some investigations have been conducted on the ecology and morphology of these two species, there is a lack of genetic information. We studied variation in mitochondrial cytochrome b sequences in the two species. Fifteen haplotypes were observed in 39 harbor seals Cited by: The first batch of 24 spotted seals, rescued during a police crackdown on illegal hunting, were released into the waters of the Bohai Sea in Dalian City, Liaoning Province, on Thursday.

This SAR deals only with spotted seals that occur in the Bering, Chukchi, and Beaufort seas. Satellite tagging studies showed that seals tagged in the northeastern Chukchi Sea moved south in October and passed through the Bering Strait in November.

Seals overwintered in the Bering Sea along the ice edge and made east-west movements along the. The Book with Seven Seals (Das Buch mit sieben Siegeln) is an oratorio in German by the Austrian composer Franz Schmidt, on themes from the biblical Book of Revelation of Saint John.

It was completed in and first presented in in forabetterchicago.com: Book of Revelation. Spotted Seal Skull - Spotted seals, also called largha seals, are named for their spotted pelts.

This species feeds on various schooling fishes, flounder, squid and crustaceans. The spotted seal is gregarious, sometimes herding together in groups numbering into the thousands.

At one time scientists believed this species and the harbor seal to. Little is known of their winter distribution and migration routes, although satellite tagging studies on a small number of animals in Alaska have been completed.

These studies indicate that spotted seals migrate south from the Chukchi Sea utilizing haul outs in both Russia and Alaska and overwinter in the Bering Sea along the ice edge (Lowry et Author: Stock Definition and Geographic Range.

Spotted seals gather in late spring-summer among the ice remnants, sometimes on land when ice is unavailable, to moult. There is a large variation in the colour of the adult spotted seal coat but generally it is silvery-grey with dark grey on the back and covered with brown to black spots.In our spotted seal studies, the highest DDT concentration (1, ng/g lipid wt) was found in a young female aged 2–3 months.

It should be noted that the HCH concentration in blubber of spotted seals from the western Sea of Japan is the highest when compared to all the pinnipeds species from the northern Pacific Ocean. Author: Alexey M. Trukhin, Margarita D.

Boyarova.Seals that rely on sea ice off Alaska's northwest coast have been dying at uncommon rates, and U.S. federal marine mammal biologists Thursday declared an 'unusual mortality event.'.