Distribution and abundance of marine birds and mammals wintering in the Kodiak area of Alaska
Douglas J. Forsell, Patrick J. Gould, Coastal Ecosystems Project, Biological Services Program (U.S.), Environmental Studies Program (U.S.)
Coastal Ecosystems Project, Office of Biological Services, Fish and Wildlife Service, U.S. Dept. of the Interior, 1981 - Nature - 72 pages
Forty-four species of seabirds and ten species of marine mammals were observed during the winter 1979-80 in the Kodiak Archipelago.
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abundance of marine aerial surveys Afognak Islands Alaskan Continental Shelf Alitak associated islets birds observed Black Scoters Chiniak Bay CM H coastal surveys Common Murres continental shelf Cormorants Crested Auklets Density indices density of seabirds distribution and abundance eastern Sitkalidak Strait Ending March 1976 Environmental Assessment estimate February-March 1980 flocks and areas Glaucous-winged Gull Goldeneye Gould Grebes Gulf of Alaska King Eider kittiwakes Kodiak Archipelago Kodiak area Kodiak Island Kodiak National Wildlife lagoons large numbers Location of major LOONS major flocks marine birds Merganser Murrelets NOAA Northwest Kodiak November and February offshore Oldsquaws Principal Investigators puddle ducks Reports of Principal rH CM rH rH sea ducks Shearwater shelfbreak Shelikof Strait shipboard surveys small plane surveys study area surveys Table Table 9 Total Birds transects Trinity Islands Tufted Puffins U.S. Dept Ugak Uganik Bay Unld Uyak Bay White-winged Scoter winter in Kodiak