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Harbor Seal Research Results

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Harbor Seals in Iliamna Lake, Alaska

NOAA Fisheries conducted a status review of eastern North Pacific harbor seals in Iliamna Lake, Alaska under the Endangered Species Act in 2016 and found that the species did not warrant listing. All harbor seals are protected under the Marine Mammal…

Seal Pups Make Tracks: New Satellite-Tagging Study Expands Knowledge of the Lives of Glacial Harbor Seals

For the first time, scientists are satellite-tracking seal pups this…
July 21, 2016 - Feature Story ,
Glacial Harbor Seals

Integrating Local Traditional Knowledge and Subsistence Use Patterns with Aerial Surveys to Improve Scientific and Local Understanding of the Iliamna Lake Seals

This project was designed to gather and synthesize information about the…
June 01, 2016 - Peer-Reviewed Research ,

Scientific Evaluation of the Distinctness of Harbor Seals (Phoca vitulina) in Iliamna Lake

Review of relevant background information about harbor seal biology and…
February 01, 2016 - Other Reports ,

Natural and Human Effects on Harbor Seal Abundance and Spatial Distribution in an Alaskan Glacial Fjord

Research into harbor seal population and behavior as a result of human and…
May 14, 2014 - Peer-Reviewed Research ,

Harbor Seals in Tidewater Glacial Fiords in Alaska and Responses to Cruise Ships

Presentation for the advance notice of proposed rulemaking 2013 public…
April 23, 2013 - Other Reports ,

Iliamna Lake Freshwater Seal Study: Characterizing Local Use Patterns, Local Traditional Knowledge, and Seal Population Ecology

Helen Chythlook, Courtenay Gomez, and Jennifer Burns with assistance from…
January 01, 2011 - Other Reports ,

Freshwater Harbor Seals of Lake Iliamna, Alaska – Do They Pup and Over-Winter in the Lake?

2011 Alaska Marine Science Symposium poster
January 01, 2011 - Peer-Reviewed Research ,

Reaction of Harbor Seals to Cruise Ships

A study on the effects of ship disturbances on harbor seals in Alaska.
January 01, 2010 - Peer-Reviewed Research ,