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SCS: Bearded Seal (Erignathus barbatus)
Arctic Ocean, as well as the Bering and Okhotsk Seas, being found as far south as Hokkaido and, ... changes in water flow and the transport of nutrients through the Bering Strait, and also the loss of ice habitat caused by such ... between bearded seals and commercial fisheries, particularly in the central Bering Sea for species such as clams, tanner crabs and large snails ...

SCS: Spotted Seal (Phoca largha)
Route is also a cause for concern. Commercial fishing of spotted seal prey in the Bering Sea, particularly pollock and herring, may be causing problems by reducing food availability, a problem ... were known to be killing about 2,000 spotted seals each year, mostly in the Bering Strait and Yukon-Kuskokwim regions. Photo: Lew Consiglieri, National Marine Mammal Laboratory There is no longer ... More from this site

SeaWinds on ADEOS-II Images and Movies
Siberia & North Africa Greenland & Alaska Europe, China and Japan Australia & North America Indonesia & Bering Strait South Africa & South America Central America & South Asia SigBrw Standard Regions Antarctic ... 2003.100-297(2.3MB) Indonesia & Bering Strait Indonesia (SeaWinds sweh data) Bering Strait (SeaWinds sweh data) Indonesia (SeaWinds swev data) Bering Strait (SeaWinds swev data) Gif 2003.101- ...

SeaWinds on QuikSCAT Images and Movies
Greenland & Alaska Europe, China and Japan Ross & Weddell Seas Australia & North America Indonesia & Bering Strait South Africa & South America Central America & South Asia SigBrw Icebergs B10A & A22B ... -365(1MB) 2007.001-099(1MB) Indonesia & Bering Strait Indonesia (QSCAT queh data) Bering Strait (QSCAT queh data) Indonesia (QSCAT quev data) Bering Strait (QSCAT quev data) Gif 1999.201-365(3MB ... More from this site

EcoFuture (TM) Population and Sustainability - Reference Material
We are all immigrants. Even Native American Indians migrated here, almost certainly over the Bering Strait. In more general terms, the human species has always been a migratory species. We have ...

Mammoths, the prehistoric elephants
Mammuthus meridionalis went over Bering Strait to north america about 1.8 million years ago, (the wooly Mammoth went over much ...

Alaska during a time when the Bering strait was a land bridge. They have never lived in Africa. It is estimated that tigers ...

Pearsall Collection - Database - Image Gallery
Area: - Select - Arctic Arctic (?) Arctic (Alaska) Arctic (Alaska, Bering Strait) Arctic (Alaska, Nunivak Island) Arctic (Alaska, St. Lawrence Island) Arctic (Aleutian Islands) Arctic (Bering Strait, Alaska) Arctic (Canada Coronation Gulf) Arctic (Canada) Arctic (Canada ...

The International Grid - 8 July 1995 - No. 1985 Weekly 1.70 - New Scientist, GLOBAL POWER: The electric hypergrid - Transmission - Technical Articles - Index - Library - GENI - Global Energy Network Institute
Siberia to North America through a submarine power line. The Bering Strait, which separates Russia and Alaska is only 85 kilometres wide and 50 metres deep, ... ' work into engineering, geological and environmental studies," says George Koumal, chairman of the Interhemispheric Bering Strait Tunnel Group, which wants to combine the power link with a railway tunnel. Now ...

GENI Executive Summary, Fall-Winter, 1991 - Winnipeg International Workshop, Canada - Newsletters - Newsletters - Library - Index - Global Energy Network Institute - GENI is the highest priority objective of the World Game (R. Buckminster Fuller).
US and USSR across the Bering Strait. There are plentiful hydropower and two large tidal sites in Siberia and Alaska which can ... More from this site

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