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Coastal ecosystem responses to influences from land and sea, coastal and ocean science

Changes in both the ocean and coastal ecosystems may have negative effects on sea otter populations in the coastal Northwest and Alaska. A study underway will examine these factors and the overall health of sea otter populations.

by Bodkin, James L.
U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet 2010-3099
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Ecology, Mammals, Marine ecosystems, Wildlife, Coastal zones
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British Columbia, Alaska, Washington
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