Kachemak Bay


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Kachemak Bay,

one of the world's most important biological marine sites, located in Alaska.
Kachemak Bay virus - member of the Bunyaviridae family which infects arthropods and vertebrate hosts.
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The area to be surveyed is in the lower Cook Inlet, west of Kachemak Bay.
Kenai Peninsula College, Homer: Sponsored by the Kachemak Bay Campus-Kenai Peninsula College/UAA, this highly acclaimed, nationally-recognized conference features workshops, craft talks, public readings, and panel presentations in literary fiction, poetry, nonfiction.
We love taking a boat or water taxi from Homer 20 minutes to Tutka Bay, at the western end of the Kachemak Bay State Park to camp at the Sea Star Cove cabin, The cabin is nestled on the hill above the beach in mossy trees, with a fire ring and covered porch overlooking Cook Inlet and the est of Tutka Bay.
Catriona Reynolds, Clinic Manager of the Kachemak Bay Family Planning Clinic in Homer, Alaska, attributes the 12-percentage point drop in uninsured visits there to the staff's efforts to both enroll clients in marketplace coverage and educate them about using their insurance.
Because it was difficult to access most sites in winter, on-ground assessment was limited to the mouths of the Beluga, Kasilof, and Kenai Rivers and portions of Kachemak Bay near Homer (Fig.
During two surveys in Kachemak Bay, Alaska, strings of 16-20 sablefish, Korean hair crab, shrimp, and Kodiak wooden lair pots were set at depths ranging between 62 and 390 meters.
Alaska Maritime Refuge staff and an intern collect more than 60 of the carcasses from the beaches of Kachemak Bay in south-central Alaska.
nest on islands in Kachemak Bay? Ann, no news of recovery arrived, but
To further investigate serologic evidence and necropsy findings, we looked for morbilliviral nucleic acid in nasal swabs archived from live otters and in tissue (brain, lung, lymph node) from 9 stranded carcasses from Kachemak Bay (southcentral stock, Figure 1, panel A) examined during 2005-2008.
Abookire AA and Norcross BL: Depth and substrate as determinants of distribution of juvenile flathead sole (Hippoglossoides elassodon) and rock sole (Pleuronectes bilineatus), in Kachemak Bay, Alaska.