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Alaska Marine Mammal Stranding Results

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Another Dead Gray Whale Discovered in Alaska, This Time Near Cordova

Partial Necropsy performed with help from U.S. Coast Guard
05/21/2019 - Media Release ,
3000x2000 USCG aerial necropsy.jpg Aerial photo of necropsy team examining gray whale.

Marine Mammals of the U.S. North Pacific & Arctic

Identification guide for marine mammals in Alaska and the Arctic
December 10, 2018 -
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Alaska Region Marine Mammal Stranding Network Spring/Summer 2018 Newsletter

Alaska Region Marine Mammal Stranding Network Newsletter
May 13, 2018 - Other Reports ,

Multi-Year Study Seeks to Understand Potential Impact of Tour Vessels on Harbor Seals in Alaska's Disenchantment Bay

Scientists work to identify potential impacts of tour vessels on harbor seal populations in the bay.
April 04, 2018 - Feature Story ,
Harbor seals using glacial ice in Disenchantment Bay, Alaska. Photo by John Jansen, NOAA Fisheries

2017 Alaska Region Stranding Summary

Strandings of cetaceans (whales) and pinnipeds (seals and sea lions) that occurred in Alaskan waters and were reported to NOAA Fisheries, Alaska Region.
January 11, 2018 - Other Reports ,

2017 Copper River Delta Carcass Surveys: Annual Report

NOAA Fisheries Protected Resources Division biologists conducted six survey flights of the shifting sand shoals of the Copper River Delta from May 17 to August 17, 2017. The purpose of the flights was to search for marine mammal carcasses in an area
January 01, 2018 - Other Reports ,

Alaska Region Marine Mammal Stranding Network Fall/Winter 2017 Newsletter

Alaska Region Marine Mammal Stranding Network Newsletter
December 08, 2017 - Other Reports ,

Arctic Marine Mammal Disaster Response Guidelines Technical Memo and Appendices, 2017

NOAA Fisheries guidance for the immediate and effective protection, rescue, rehabilitation of, and the minimization of damage to, fish and wildlife resources and their habitat that are harmed or that may be jeopardized by a discharge.
November 02, 2017 - Technical Memo ,

Stranded Cook Inlet Beluga Whale Calf Safely Transported to the Alaska SeaLife Center for Rehabilitation

Julie Speegle, 907-586-7032 Nancy Deel (Alaska SeaLife Center), 907-224-6375 Seward, AK (October 03, 2017) –The Alaska SeaLife Center (ASLC) received a stranded male beluga whale calf from Cook Inlet on Saturday, September 30. The solitary animal
08/02/2018 - Media Release ,
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Alaska Region Marine Mammal Stranding Network Spring 2017 Newsletter

Alaska Region Marine Mammal Stranding Network Newsletter
May 24, 2017 - Other Reports ,