5 edition of Oceanography of the Bering Sea, with emphasis on renewable resources found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||International Symposium for Bering Sea Study, Hakodate, Japan, 31 January-4 February 1972 ; edited by D. W. Hood and E. J. Kelley ; cosponsored by Faculty of Fisheries, Hokkaido University ... [and] Institute of Marine Science, University of Alaska ....|
|Series||Occasional publication - Institute of Marine Science, University of Alaska ; no. 2|
|Contributions||Hood, D. W. 1918- ed., Kelley, E. J. 1936- ed., Hokkaidō Daigaku, Sapporo, Japan. Suisangakubu, Hakodate., University of Alaska (College). Institute of Marine Science.|
|LC Classifications||GC841 .I57 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 623 p. :|
|Number of Pages||623|
|LC Control Number||74196952|
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Kelley (editors). Institute of Marine Sciences of the University of Alaska, Fairbanks, Alaska,pp., U.S. $ Our Bering Sea research efforts continue, bolstered by the mass of data resources we have accumulated over many years.
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General Circulation. The circulation in the Bering Sea basin is often described as a cyclonic gyre, with the southward flowing Kamchatka Current forming the western boundary current and the northward flowing Bering Slope Current forming the eastern boundary ation in the Bering Sea is strongly influenced by the Alaskan Stream, which enters the Bering Sea through the many passes in.
found in S Bering Strait and N Inner regions The highest large zooplankton abundance is found in S Bering Strait. The highest small zooplankton abundance is found in N Inner region. Surface flow generally northward at ~ cm s-1 over northern Bering Sea.
Current speeds increase around St. Lawrence I. and the Bering Strait. The Bering Sea Project research took place on the eastern Bering Sea shelf between the Aleutian Islands and St.
Lawrence Island. The Bering Sea is an extraordinarily productive marine ecosystem. The Bering Sea region supplies food resources for the commercial fishing industry, as well as for more than 30 Alaska Native communities, millions of.
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The stimulus for Processes and Resources of the Eastern Bering Sea Shelf (PROBES) was a mutual U.S.-Japan scientific concern about the ability of the Bering Sea to support the huge annual catch.
Book review Full text access Oceanography of the Bering Sea with emphasis on renewable resources: edited by D. W. Hood and E. J. Kelley, Occasional publication number 2, Institute of Marine Science, University of Alaska, + xii pp Page Download PDF.The physical oceanography of the Bering Sea: A summary of physical, chemical, and biological characteristics, and a synopsis of research on the Bering Sea.
Phyllis J. Stabeno, 1 James D. Schumacher, 1 and Kiyotaka Ohtani 2 1 NOAA, Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory, Sand Point Way NE, Seattle, Washington The ice‐edge region of the southeast Bering Sea was studied in terms of the hydrographic regime, phytoplankton biomass, and primary productivity during the springs of through The results showed that a phytoplankton bloom occurs at the ice edge just as the spring ice‐decay period begins, and that this accounts for a significant Cited by: