Division of Wildlife Conservation (DWC) Publication Details

Long-term monitoring and the importance of glacial habitat to harbor seals in Alaska

  • Reference: Schmale, C. 2009. Long-term monitoring and the importance of glacial habitat to harbor seals in Alaska. Division of Wildlife Conservation, Federal Aid Interim Performance Report 1 July 2008–30 June 2009, Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration Project 2.0, Juneau.
  • Audiences: Scientist, Wildlife Manager
  • Authors: Christine Alaine Schmale
  • Funding Sources: FWS-SWG, FWS-WR
  • Grants:
  • GMUs or Areas:
  • Keywords: harbor seal, Phoca vitulina, habitat, monitoring, vital rates, diet, population trend, molting, pupping, Tugidak Island
  • Link: http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/static/home/library/pdfs/wildlife/research_pdfs/harbor_seals_2008_2009.pdf (PDF)
  • Partners: Federal Aid-Wildlife Restoration Program, Alaska Department of Fish and Game
  • Primary Authors: Christine Alaine Schmale
  • Programs: Marine Mammals
  • Project Numbers: 2.0, T-11-1
  • Publication Types: Marine Mammals Scientific Publication, Grant Report
  • Regions: Region II - Southcentral Alaska, Statewide
  • Species: Harbor Seal
  • Species Categories: Mammals, Marine Mammals
  • Title: Long-term monitoring and the importance of glacial habitat to harbor seals in Alaska
  • Topics: Distribution and Movements (including Migration), Population Abundance and Trends (Survey Inventory), Population Composition and Demographics, Physiology, Vital Rates, Diet
  • Year: 2009

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