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Aleutian Islands,

chain of islands in the North Pacific Ocean.
Aleutian disease - plasma cell disorder of minks with characteristics similar to multiple myeloma.
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Abstract--In the Aleutian Islands, patterns of distribution and abundance of Pacific ocean perch (Sebastes alutus) are influenced by oceanographic processes and biogenic structures.
The objective of this study was to analyze the distribution of rockfish species across two large ecosystems: the Gulf of Alaska and the Aleutian Islands.
Canadian interest in the Aleutian Islands and defense of its West Coast increased after an errant Japanese submarine shelled an isolated wireless station and lighthouse at Estevan Point on Vancouver Island, 20 June 1942 -- the only time during the war that enemy shells fell on Canadian soil.
The Aleutian Islands have a 2008 estimated population of 7,140.
radius trawl closures were also implemented around all rookeries in the Bering Sea and Aleutian Islands area.
Under this invitation to bid (ITB), ADF&G will contract for the harvest and purchase of Aleutian Islands golden king crab between August 10, 2015 and December 31, 2015, to meet the Aleutian Islands golden king crab test-fishery goal for the crab observer and research programs.
When this happens, waves as high as 40 to 50 feet will thrash the Aleutian Islands.
THE STORY: The American public was kept unaware of the battle for Alaska's Aleutian Islands, largely because of government censorship after the Japanese took control of two islands in 1942.
Akutan's weather includes wind and salt spray characteristic of the Aleutian Islands.
One of the drill ships that Royal Dutch Shell plans to use in a controversial Arctic drilling programme slipped off its moorings and drifted to the edge of shore in Alaska's Aleutian islands, a US Coast Guard representative said.
This history begins with the Russian period (1749-1866) and the planting of foxes on Aleutian Islands.
There are 41 historically active volcanoes in Alaska, including 24 in the Aleutian Islands (Miller et al.