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NOAA Fisheries Fines French Cruise Company for Harassment of Fur Seals near Alaska’s Pribilof Islands

Agency is working with cruise company to improve compliance with U.S. marine mammal laws
03/21/2019 - Media Release ,
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2018 Northern Fur Seal Pup Production and Adult Male Counts on the Pribilof Islands, Alaska

Northern fur seal pup and adult male counts.
November 08, 2018 - Assessments ,

Partnerships in Alaska: Models Explore the Decline of Bering Sea Fur Seals

The following is the first feature in a multi-part series about NOAA Fisheries Partnerships in Alaska. NOAA Fisheries is strengthening relationships and building partnerships with the commercial fishing industry, environmental community, academia and
October 31, 2018 - Feature Story ,
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Review Draft - Regulatory Impact Review - Revision to Regulatory Requirements for the Subsistence Taking of Northern Fur Seals on St. Paul and St. George Island, Alaska

Evaluation of the costs and benefits of a revision to the northern fur seal subsistence use regulations.
June 19, 2018 - NEPA ,

Pinniped Entanglement in Marine Debris

Marine debris adversely impacts at least 260 marine species, including marine mammals, sea turtles, and seabirds.

Alaska Fisheries Science Center Northern Fur Seal Photo Archive

Aerial photographs of rookeries are particularly useful in fur seal research because they show the distribution of animals much more visibly and accurately than ground-level photos. In order to standardize specific locations within a particular rookery,
May 09, 2018 - Database ,

The Subsistence Harvest of Northern Fur Seals On St. George Island in 2017

Subsistence Harvest Report for the 2017 Season: September 15 to November 30, 2017
April 26, 2018 - Other Reports ,

Northern Fur Seal Subsistence Harvest Estimates and Reports

The tribal governments of St. George and St. Paul manage, monitor and report their subsistence marine mammal harvests with their co-management partners at NOAA Fisheries.

Co-Management of Marine Mammals in Alaska

Alaska Natives have a long history of self-regulation, based on the need to ensure a sustainable take of marine mammals for food and handicrafts. Co-management promotes full and equal participation by Alaska Natives in decisions affecting the subsistence