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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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Nature holds sway on Hokkaido, the least developed of Japan's four main islands, and takes center stage while cruising the Aleutian Chain and down the glacier-studded Alaskan coastline to Vancouver.
Today the company serves about 15,000 accounts in 25 communities and its coverage area includes Nome and Fort Yukon, the Aleutian Chain and many spots between.
Akutan's project is especially exciting as it involves exploration for a geothermal energy source and the opportunity to help the Aleutian Chain community become energy independent.
When it comes to easily accessing clean-up sites, Eklutna and Eielson are a piece of cake compared to the Pribilof Islands and sites along the Aleutian Chain, Folcik says.
Alaska's commercial fishing fleet faces some of the most rugged weather in the world, often battling up to 60-knot winds and 30-foot waves in the waters of the Aleutian chain.
Akutan, an island in the Aleutian Chain, is one of the five top U.
to the new Alaska city of Adak, two-thirds of the way out the Aleutian Chain.
For example, we transport a lot of construction equipment and materials to remote ports on the Aleutian chain.
Amid the grandeur of Alaska's Aleutian Chain lies a place of timeless beauty--Unalaska
The company monitors more than 500 public water systems statewide and provides process-control and discharge-permit monitoring for more than 50 wastewater treatment facilities from the North Slope out to the Aleutian Chain.
2 billion groundfish industry and many Alaska coastal communities received a similar wake-up call when a federal judge closed traditional fishing grounds from Prince William Sound to the end of the Aleutian Chain to protect the endangered Steller sea lion.