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forage species caught in trawl net, Alaska
September 23, 2019

Forage species caught in trawl net, Prince William Sound, Alaska

Squid, adult walleye pollock, herring, eulachon, northern smoothtongue, capelin, juvenile walleye pollock, krill, and shrimp are forage species that are caught by a modified-herring trawl in Prince William Sound, Alaska during the Fall Integrated Predator-Prey Survey.

Sending the trawl net overboard, Alaska
September 19, 2019

Sending the trawl overboard, Prince William Sound, Alaska

Caitlin Marsteller (USGS) and April Sturgess (USGS) throw the cod end of the modified herring trawl overboard on the USGS R/V Alaskan Gyre during the Fall Integrated Predator-Prey survey in Prince William Sound, Alaska.

Keychain for USGS outreach activities about bird banding and reporting
September 17, 2019

Keychain for USGS outreach activities about bird banding and reporting

Keychain developed for USGS outreach activities about bird banding and reporting in Yup'ik and English. Yup'ik translation provided by Jakob Sipary, Alaska Native Science and Engineering Program (ANSEP).

Water chemistry measurements on the Alaska Peninsula
September 6, 2019

Hydrologist takes water chemistry measures on the Alaska Peninsula

Laura Hubbard of the USGS Upper Midwest Water Science Center takes water chemistry measures on the Alaska Peninsula as part of research to understand how long influenza viruses remain viable in the environment.  

Pacific walruses jousting with their tusks, Chukchi Sea, Alaska
September 3, 2019

Pacific walruses jousting with their tusks, Chukchi Sea, Alaska

Pacific walruses jousting with their tusks on the eastern shore of the Chukchi Sea (Photo taken during USGS research efforts permitted under US Fish and Wildlife Service Permit No. MA801652-7.)

Pacific walruses hauled out on beach, Alaska
September 3, 2019

Pacific walruses hauled out on beach, Alaska

Pacific walruses resting on the beach of the eastern shore of the Chukchi Sea (Photo taken during USGS research efforts permitted under US Fish and Wildlife Service Permit No. MA801652-7.)

Pacific walruses resting in the water, Chukchi Sea, Alaska
September 3, 2019

Pacific walruses resting in the water, Chukchi Sea, Alaska

Pacific walruses resting in the water on the eastern shore of the Chukchi Sea (Photo taken during USGS research efforts permitted under US Fish and Wildlife Service Permit No. MA801652-7.)

Pacific walruses jousting with their tusks, Alaska
September 3, 2019

Close up of Pacific walruses jousting with their tusks, Chukchi Sea

Pacific walruses jousting with their tusks on the eastern shore of the Chukchi Sea (Photo taken during USGS research efforts permitted under US Fish and Wildlife Service Permit No. MA801652-7.)

Pacific walruses resting on beach, Chukchi Sea, Alaska
September 2, 2019

Pacific walruses resting on beach, Chukchi Sea, Alaska

Pacific walruses resting on the beach of the eastern shore of the Chukchi Sea (Photo taken during USGS research efforts permitted under US Fish and Wildlife Service Permit No. MA801652-7.)

Solitary walrus calf with skin lesions resting on shore of the Chukchi Sea
September 2, 2019

Solitary walrus calf with skin lesions on beach, Chukchi Sea, Alaska

Solitary walrus calf with skin lesions resting on the eastern shore of the Chukchi Sea, Alaska (Photo taken during USGS research efforts permitted under US Fish and Wildlife Service Permit No. MA801652-7.)

Pacific walruses hauled out on beach, Alaska
September 2, 2019

Pacific walruses hauled out on beach, Chukchi Sea, Alaska

Pacific walruses hauled out on the beach of the eastern shore of the Chukchi Sea (Photo taken during USGS research efforts permitted under US Fish and Wildlife Service Permit No. MA801652-7.)

Close up of solitary walrus calf with skin lesions, Alaska
September 2, 2019

Solitary walrus calf with skin lesions on shore, Chukchi Sea, Alaska

Solitary walrus calf with skin lesions resting on the eastern shore of the Chukchi Sea, Alaska (Photo taken during USGS research efforts permitted under US Fish and Wildlife Service Permit No. MA801652-7.)