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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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Halibut fishing regions are as follows: Southeast (2C), the Gulf of Alaska (3A/B), Bering Sea and Aleutian Islands (4 A/B/C/D and the Community Development Quota).
Abstract--In the Aleutian Islands, patterns of distribution and abundance of Pacific ocean perch (Sebastes alutus) are influenced by oceanographic processes and biogenic structures.
A tsunami wave of roughly 19 centimeters (7.5 inches) was measured at Amchitka Island, in the Aleutian Islands chain, though lesser heights were recorded at other islands, said National Tsunami Warning Center oceanographer Bo Bahng.
Japanese troops occupied two Aleutian islands -- Kiska and Attu, just a few hundred miles from Umnak.
Key words: Aleutian Islands, diet, eastern Bering Sea, fecundity, growth, Hemilepidotus jordani, life history, Yellow Irish Lord
Most of them are located in the Aleutian Islands and on the Alaska Peninsula.
A massive earthquake of magnitude 7.8 shaked the North Pacific, between the Aleutian islands of Alaska and the Russian peninsula of Kamchatka, the Geophysical Institute of the United States said, quoted by world agencies.
The Alaska Volcano Observatory (AVO) issued its highest level of alert for aviation after reports surfaced about a brief eruption of Bogoslof volcano in the Aleutian Islands of Alaska. The volcano erupted Tuesday forming an ash cloud that rose to 34,000 feet, pilots reported.
Meanwhile, two groups made it to North America by ship: the first taking a direct route straight across the Pacific, the second by island-hopping along the Aleutian islands to Alaska.
Here Sarah answers five questions: What was the special appeal of the kayak journey along the Aleutian Islands? The journey happened by default, really.
Caption: American and Canadian troops serving with the First Special Service Force (FSSF) on Kiska (Aleutian Islands), 1943.
To the best of my knowledge, there is only 1 recorded instance of Arctic Ground Squirrels as a food item of Bald Eagles: Based on an analysis of nest contents, Murie (1940) reported Bald Eagles on Kavalga Island (Aleutian Islands), Alaska consuming Arctic Ground Squirrels that were introduced to provide a food source for an exploited population of Arctic Fox (Vulpes lagopus).