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Fur-seal, sea otter, and salmon fisheries

acts of Congress, President"s proclamations, regulations governing U.S. vessels, acts of Parliament, orders in council, pertaining to the fur-seal fisheries in Bering Sea and north Pacific Ocean, sea otter regulations, laws as to salmon fisheries in Alaska.

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Published by G.P.O. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bering Sea Tribunal of Arbitration.,
  • Bering Sea Tribunal of Arbitration.,
  • Bering Sea controversy.,
  • Sealing -- Bering Sea.,
  • Sea-otters.,
  • Salmon fisheries -- Law and legislation.,
  • Béring, Affaire des pêcheries de.,
  • Phoques -- Chasse -- Béring, Mer de.,
  • Loutres de mer.,
  • Saumon -- Pêche commerciale -- Législation.,
  • Great Britain -- Law and legislation.,
  • United States -- Law and legislation.,
  • Grande-Bretagne -- Législation.,
  • États-Unis -- Législation.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 15155, CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 15155
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 microfiche (43 fr.).
    Number of Pages43
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23705930M
    ISBN 100665151551

    Northern fur seal, Eastern Pacific. Start Printed Page AK Peninsula/Aleutian Islands salmon set gillnet 2: Harbor porpoise, Bering Sea. Northern sea otter, Southwest AK. Steller sea lion, Western U.S. AK Prince William Sound salmon drift gillnet: Dall's porpoise, AK. Harbor porpoise, GOA. 1 Harbor seal, GOA. Northern fur seal. Sea otter and Sea lion See more» Sea mink. The sea mink (Neovison macrodon) is a recently extinct species of mink that lived on the eastern coast of North America in the family Mustelidae, the largest family in the order Carnivora. New!!: Sea otter and Sea mink See more» Sea otter (disambiguation) The sea otter (Enhydra lutris) is a.

      In , when the International Fur Seal Treaty banning the hunt was signed between Japan, Russia, the U.S., and Britain (representing Canada), fewer than 2, sea otters remained in the world.   Fur seal, sea otter, and beaver pelts were the basis of economic activity in Alaska for more than years after The first Americans arriving in Alaska after entered into the fur trade, established a small steamboat trading system along the Yukon River from its mouth to Fort Reliance, near present-day Dawson, and began exploration for gold.

    Fur-seal, sea otter, and salmon fisheries acts of Congress, President's proclamations, regulations governing U.S. vessels, acts of Parliament, orders in council, pertaining to the fur-seal fisheries in Bering Sea and north Pacific Ocean, sea otter regulations, laws as to salmon fisheries in Alaska. marizes various Law of the Sea issues_ Other available translations are Re­ ports on Fur Seal, Sea Lion, and Sea Otter Conservation and Harvesting, a report on the Conference on the Ef­ ficient Organization of Fur Seal Con­ servation in Moscow, January (Referativnai Informatsiia, Series No.1, Issue No.6); Achievements of.


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Fur-seal, sea otter, and salmon fisheries Paperback – January 1, by United States. Laws United States. Revenue-Cutter Service statutes etc Great Britain. Laws statutes etc (Author) See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Author: United States. Laws United States. Revenue-Cutter Service statutes etc Great Britain. Laws statutes etc. Download RIS citations. TY - BOOK TI - Fur-seal, sea otter, and salmon fisheries acts of Congress, President's proclamations, regulations governing U.S.

vessels, acts of Parliament, orders in council, pertaining to the fur-seal fisheries in Bering Sea and north Pacific Ocean, sea otter regulations, laws as to salmon fisheries in Alaska.

Fur-seal, sea otter, and salmon fisheries Item Preview remove-circle Bering Sea controversy, Salmon fisheries, Sea otter, Sealing Publisher Washington, Govt.

print. off. Collection This book is available with additional data at Biodiversity Heritage Library. Pages: Northern fur seals are members of the "eared Fur-seal family (Otariidae).

They spend most of the sea otter in the ocean. Weaned pups typically spend nearly 2 years away before returning to their breeding colonies. Northern fur seals primarily use open ocean for foraging and rocky beaches for resting, molting, and reproduction.

Get this from a library. Fur-seal, sea otter, and salmon fisheries: acts of Congress, President's proclamations, regulations governing U.S. vessels, acts of Parliament, orders in council, pertaining to the fur-seal fisheries in Bering Sea and north Pacific Ocean, sea otter regulations, laws as to salmon fisheries in Alaska.

A report on the sea-otter banks sea otter Alaska. Contributor Names Book/Printed Material Notes on pre-historic remains in the Aleutian islands Fur-seal, sea otter, and salmon fisheries.

Full text of "The Fur-seal and Other Fisheries of Alaska: Investigation of the Fur-seal and Other Fisheries of See other formats. Location: Pribilof Islands Timing: June - October Funding: NOAA Project: On the Pribilof Islands, counts of adult male fur seals and estimates of pup production will be conducted to assess status and trends of the Eastern Pacific seals will also be tagged and observed during June-October to determine demographic mechanisms underlying ongoing population declines.

The coastal regions where sea otters occur have now largely adapted to capitalize on sea otters (sea otters have become a draw for tourism in the former abalone fishery stronghold of Morro Bay, for example), and changes in shellfish fisheries have moderated the intensity of the conflicts associated with sea otter range by: 8.

Seals, fur seals, sea lions and sea otters all belong to the same order Carnivora under the class Mammalia. Confusion often arises over the classification of the fur seal. They are not "true seals," as they have visible ears like the sea lion and in fact belong to the same family.

Fur seals are placed here in a separate chapter.5/5(1). A fundamental problem of the Bering Sea salmon fishery, like almost all salmon fisheries, is known as the gauntlet problem. It occurs because different species and stocks tend to mix in the ocean and because salmon migrate from the high seas back to their natal streams in highly aggregated and linear fashions.

Collection of links to additional northern sea otter resources. Alaska Department of Fish and Game P.O. Box W. 8th Street Juneau, AK Alaska Department of Fish and Game P.O. Box W.

8th Street Juneau, AK Office Locations. By the time sea otters were given protection under the North Pacific Fur Seal Treaty offewer than 2, otters remained in 13 colonies. Sea Otter Reintroductions “For many years sea otters were considered extinct,” wrote McCracken. One scientist of the late s, Henry Elliott, searched for them throughout sea otter country.

-The Atlantic Salmon Chapter 3. The Plight of the Sea Turtles -Leatherback -Green Turtle -Kemp's Ridley -Olive Ridley -Hawksbill -Loggerhead -Flatback Chapter 4.

Missing Marine Birds -The Labrador Duck -The Great Auk PART II. Killing the Marine Animals Chapter 5. Steller's Legacy -The Last of the Sea Cows -The Sea Otter -The Northern Fur Seal. Tune into our LIVE Sea Otter Cam for your daily dose of sea otter cuteness. Report a Stranded Otter If you come across a sea otter you think is sick, injured or abandoned, please give it space and call The Marine Mammal Center’s stranding hotline at () XIV.

FUR-SEAL FISHERIES (Historic Information) Enwrapped in constant summer sea mists, which concealed them almost absolutely from chance observation, the breeding grounds of the Alaskan fur-seal wee finally discovered by a patient and persistent fur-hunter, Gerassim Pribilof, inafter whom the group of four islands is named.

The sea otter (Enhydra lutris) is a marine mammal native to the coasts of the northern and eastern North Pacific sea otters typically weigh between 14 and 45 kg (31 and 99 lb), making them the heaviest members of the weasel family, but among the smallest marine most marine mammals, the sea otter's primary form of insulation is an Class: Mammalia.

Northern fur seal diet is well known from stomach content and fecal material analysis throughout their range in the Bering Sea and North Pacific Ocean.

Fur seals eat a wide variety of small schooling fishes and squids. Diet composition varies between the six major breeding islands and changes during their annual migration. The Fur Seal Treaty of (abrogated in ) protected sea otters in international waters, but was not applicable to most sea otter habitats and failed to terminate all legal sea otter harvests.

Between and only the State of California was consistently engaged in sea otter conservation, based on a state by: 3. resource available to both the fishery and the fur seal. In this paper we assess and clarify possible rela­ tionships between fur seals and fisheries in the Bering Sea.

The event most prominent in focus­ ing concern on fur seal-fisheries interactions was the failure of the Pribilof Islands'fur seal herd to recover as predicted from large female.The Council reviewed a discussion paper synthesizing information about the northern fur seal in Alaska.

The paper, requested by the Council in Junesummarized historical and current population and management of northern fur seals in Alaska, feeding habits, winter movements, vital rate studies, habitat concerns, and conservation and management concerns.For an unknown reason, the Steller sea lion population in Alaska has declined by 80% over the past three decades.

Inthe National Research Council began a study to assess the many hypotheses proposed to explain the sea lion decline including insufficient food due to fishing or the late s climate/regime shift, a disease epidemic, pollution, illegal shooting, subsistence .