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An autosomal recessive [MIM 208200] form of arthrogryposis described in Alaskan Eskimos who, due to the early onset of impaired movement and joint contractures, waddle like ducks
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Kuskokwim,

town in Alaska.
Kuskokwim disease - joint stiffness and ankylosis observed in Yupik Eskimos.
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A new letter of delegation could incorporate the KRITFC consultation requirements and ensure that the Refuge and KRITFC are actively engaged in management for Kuskokwim salmon every season rather than only during a conservation or subsistence crisis.
The Yukon Delta NWR is located in western Alaska and encompasses the delta formed by the Yukon and Kuskokwim Rivers which empty into the Bering Sea (Fig.
After first attending the former Kuskokwim Community
Displays of regional and individual differences in carving styles represented by masks from the Yukon, Kuskokwim, and Coastal regions are at the heart of the exhibition.
The surveys included most of the shoreline from the Kuskokwim Delta north to Kotzebue Sound.
Those who feel squeamish viewing photographs of a seal being skinned or a milk-white beluga whale being dragged ashore will be made less so by his respectful account of the life of the Yup'ik Eskimo of southwest Alaska's Yukon Kuskokwim Delta.
And all Alaska Native Corporations benefit from mining activity through shareholder hiring programs, 7(i) ($250 million in 2017) and 7(j) royalty sharing payments, and through partnerships, such as those between Red Dog Operations and NANA Regional Corporation; Trilogy Metals and NANA; and Donlin Gold, Calista Corporation, and The Kuskokwim Corporation, to name a few.
Lawrence Island, the Kuskokwim Shoals, Kamishak Bay, and three sites along the Alaska Peninsula.
Our study suggests that longer-crested males could contribute more to reproductive success because they have greater capacity to meet the social and physiological costs," said Hector Douglas, assistant professor of biology at the Kuskokwim Campus in Bethel.
The 3-year case-control study matched each of 204 children in the remote Yukon Kuskokwim Delta of Alaska who were hospitalized with the infection with one or more control subjects in the same region.
In the north, the Yukon River flows into the Yukon Delta along the Bering Sea, and in the south, the Kuskokwim River drains the Killbuck Mountains.