Division of Wildlife Conservation (DWC) Publication Details

Detecting population structure in bearded and ringed seals: Current understanding and future challenges

  • Reference: Lang, A., L. Quakenbush, H. Ziel, K. Robertson, M. Lauf, and P. Boveng. 2017. Detecting population structure in bearded and ringed seals: Current understanding and future challenges [abstract]. Page 353 [In] J. Lee, and E. Yasumiishi, editor. Abstracts of the 2017 Alaska Marine Science Symposium, 23-27 January 2017, Anchorage, Alaska.
  • Audiences: Wildlife Manager
  • Authors: Peter L. Boveng, Aimee Lang, Morgane Lauf, Lori T. Quakenbush, Kelly Robertson, Heather Ziel
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  • Keywords: ringed seal, Pusa hispida, bearded seal, Erignathus barbatus, climate change, habitat, spatial genetic structure
  • Link: https://www.alaskamarinescience.org/s/2017_AMSS_AbstractBook.pdf#page=353 (Offsite)
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  • Primary Authors: Aimee Lang
  • Programs: Marine Mammals
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  • Publication Types: Abstract/Poster/Presentation (Scientific)
  • Regions: Region V - Arctic and Western Alaska
  • Species: Bearded Seal, Ringed Seal
  • Species Categories: Endangered or Threatened Species (Federal), Mammals, Marine Mammals
  • Title: Detecting population structure in bearded and ringed seals: Current understanding and future challenges
  • Topics: Endangered or Threatened Species (Federal), Genetics, Habitat, Distribution and Movements (including Migration), Research, Climate Change
  • Year: 2017

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