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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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Golden king crab are caught in the waters surrounding the Aleutian Islands.
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.
Henceforth we refer to the Aleutian Islands and southeast Alaska as "regions," islands or place name locations within regions as "locations," study areas within locations as "sites," and sample points within sites as "quadrats.
The von Bertalanffy growth models fitted to length-at-age data, however, indicate that male and female Yellow Irish Lords in the Aleutian Islands grew more slowly than those in the eastern Bering Sea.
While only 4,300 people live within 62 miles of the volcano, there is a lot of air traffic that crosses the Aleutian Islands - a chain of volcanic islands in the Bering Sea, belonging to both the U.
Murie's (1940) observation of Bald Eagles on a single island in the Aleutian Islands, Alaska, consuming--but not necessarily killing--Arctic Ground Squirrels is the only other record of this interaction, suggesting that these encounters may be rare or localized.
This is the memoir of Nick Golodoff, a native of Attu, in the Aleutian Islands.
At age 19 he joined the US Army and served honorably for 2 1/2 years in the Aleutian Islands of Alaska during World War II.
This is a relatively unknown story of how Spain supported its own Lewis & Clark expedition from Santa Fe to San Francisco, how the Chinese push for sea otter pelts caused conflicts between not just Russian and Chinese empires, but natives of the Aleutian Islands, and how different forces and their political interactions governed how America was explored and settled.
In his second novel, both a war story and a love story, he looks at one of the forgotten theaters of World War II: the Aleutian Islands.