3 edition of Influence of the Yukon River on the Bering Sea found in the catalog.
Influence of the Yukon River on the Bering Sea
1986 by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va .
Written in English
|Statement||K. Dean and C.P. McRoy|
|Series||NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-177310|
|Contributions||McRoy, C. Peter, 1941-, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration|
|The Physical Object|
Another river seemed to flow from this vast country and empty into the Bering Sea near the old Russian town of St. Michael, located on the western coast of Alaska. The Russians called this the Kwikpak River. In , the Kwikpak and Youcon were found to be one and the same, and were renamed the Yukon River as we know it today. The Yukon River is an important source of freshwater, sediments, and solutes to the Bering Sea [Lisitsyn, ]. The Yukon River is unique among the Arctic Great Rivers in that it runs east to west through a predominantly discontinuous permafrost watershed that encompasses nearly 30% of Alaska's land area (, km 2) [Brabets et al., Cited by: Petrof says that at its mouth it discharges into the Bering Sea a greater volume of water than the Mississippi. Several large navigable rivers, notably the Koyukuk and Tanana, flow into the Yukon, but many of the smaller streams, running into the Bering Sea and the Arctic Ocean, are shallow, and available only for small craft, a circumstance.
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Get this from a library. Influence of the Yukon River on the Bering Sea: annual progress report. [Kenneson G Dean; C Peter McRoy; University of Alaska Fairbanks.; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. Get this from a library.
Influence of the Yukon River on the Bering Sea: (semi-annual progress report). [Kenneson G Dean; C Peter McRoy; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.].
Page - Suddenly the walrus shot up beside me, threw itself onto the edge of the kayak, took hold farther over the deck with one fore-flipper, and as it tried to upset me aimed a blow at the kayak with its tusks. I held on as tightly as possible, so as not to be upset into the water, and struck at the animal's head with the paddle as hard as I could.
The Bering Sea (Russian: Бе́рингово мо́ре, tr. Béringovo móre) is a marginal sea of the Pacific forms, along with the Bering Strait, the divide between the two largest landmasses on Earth: Eurasia and The Americas.
It comprises a deep water basin, which then rises through a narrow slope into the shallower water above the continental nates: 58°0′N °0′W / °N. Yukon rare plant information sheet for Bering Sea Dock (Rumex beringensis).
Rare plant information sheets provide information on the conservation status, distribution, and distinguishing features of vascular plants on the Conservation Data Centre track and watch lists.
Yukon definition, a river flowing NW and then SW from NW Canada through Alaska to the Bering Sea. About miles ( km) long. See more. The Yukon River draws into its mouth the largest migration of chinook, chum, and coho salmon stocks in the world.
For the chinook, or kings, the river offers passage from the Bering Sea to spawning streams across Alaska and Yukon Territory all the way to British Columbia. Among the effects documented are a step-like increase of nearly 2°C in air temperature (S.A.
Bowling, Geophysical Institute, University of Alaska Fairbanks, personal communication, ), an approximate 5% reduction in sea-ice extent (Niebauer ), and a decrease in sea-ice thickness (Wadhams ). the Pacific Ocean and the Bering Sea.
•Beyond the Alaska Peninsula and bordering the Bering Sea, extensive coastal plains are found with numerous lakes and meandering streams.
•The Yukon River has formed a large delta with many old lobes that form a vast plain connecting small, elevated tracts. •In the north permafrost melting in.
Abstract  Arctic and subarctic watersheds are undergoing climate warming, permafrost thawing, and thermokarst formation resulting in quantitative shifts in surface water –groundwater interaction at the basin scale. Groundwater currently comprises almost one Influence of the Yukon River on the Bering Sea book of Yukon River water discharged to the Bering Sea and contributes 5–10% of the dissolved organic carbon (DOC) and nitrogen.
Presented here is a book of hand-drawn maps of the Yukon and Stewart Rivers in Canada and Alaska. The maps were made between and by Ralph W. Newcomb, who worked for many Influence of the Yukon River on the Bering Sea book as a pilot guide on these rivers.
Originally part of a loose-leaf notebook, the maps show hazards on the rivers, including swift currents, eddies, mud bars, and sharp bends. The Yukon river begins at the Tagish Lake on the northern British Columbia border.
It ends at the Norton Sound on the Bering Sea. The Last Giant of Beringia: The Mystery of the Bering Land Bridge - Kindle edition by O'Neill, Dan.
Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Last Giant of Beringia: The Mystery of /5(12). The Yukon River empties into the Bering Sea and the Pacific Watershed includes the Alsek and Tatshenshini Rivers.
Asked in Explorers and Expeditions, Polar Exploration What places were named. Anadromous least cisco were distributed in the Yukon River and its tributaries up to 1, km from the sea, whereas anadromous Bering cisco were present in the Yukon River main stem as far. Rearing juvenile Yukon River Chinook salmon and other Bering Sea species were also distributed more northerly in warmer years, potentially affecting their early marine ecology and food web dynamics.
Segundo Llorente Villa, S.J. (Novem – Janu ) was a Spanish Jesuit, philosopher and author who spent 40 years as a missionary among the Yup'ik in the most remote parts ofhe won a seat in the 2nd Alaska State Legislature as a write-in candidate, becoming the state’s first Catholic priest elected to office, as well as one of two write-in candidates.
Influence of the Yukon River on the Bering Sea (semi-annual progress report) / by: Dean, Kenneson G. Published: () Ancient writing and its influence / by: Ullman, B.Published: (). Journal or Book Title: American Fisheries Society Symposium.
Volume/Issue: Page Number(s): Year Published: The most abundant salmon of the Yukon River is chum salmon Oncorhynchus keta, which make annual spawning runs from the Bering Sea up the Yukon River, traversing more than river miles across Alaska into Yukon.
Alaska Native History and Cultures Timeline - 1 - and before Russian Semeon Dezhnev sails through Bering Strait and lands in the Diomede Islands. Russians in Siberia are aware of trade between Alaska, Chukchi, and Asiatic Eskimos. Russians M.S. Gvozdev and Ivan Fedorov in the Sv.
Gabriel venture north from the Kamchatka Size: KB. Located in southwest Alaska and flowing out of the Ahklun Mountains to the Bering Sea, the North Fork of the Goodnews River is an ideal family and/or friends, 5 day float trip of 60 miles on an easy river that is choked with fish in the summer on: Deeper understandings of hydrologic changes require a watershed-scale perspective.
Future studies should incorporate multiple case studies from other locations throughout the same watershed, for example, Yukon First Nation or Alaska Native communities from the headwaters to the mouth of the Yukon River where it drains into the Bering Sea.
miles up the Yukon River (only miles overland from Bering Sea to Paimiut, across the great bend in the lower Yukon), and more than miles inland in northwest Alaska: the area of the upper Noatak and upper Colville.
Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download it as a free PDF. Alaska salmon and other marine and freshwater fish have been critical to the survival of the people and wildlife in the Arctic-Yukon-Kuskokwim (AYK) region (Figure ) for thousands of.
Then the river brought the Gold Rush stampeders into the country, transforming it forever. Well-heeled newcomers journeyed by steamer to the Yukon River’s mouth on the Bering Sea, then upriver to Dawson City. The vast majority, however, struggled over the Chilkoot Pass and braved the rapids downstream in makeshift boats and rafts.
Inhe began a month trip to the interior of Alaska during which time he had contact with native groups along the Yukon River and near the Bering Sea. Upon his return to Victoria inhe was appointed the archbishop of the diocese of Oregon City, Oregon, where he remained until he was returned to Vancouver Island in The Land of Nome: A narrative sketch of the rush to our Bering Sea gold-fields, the country, its mines and its people, and the history of a great conspiracy (), by Lanier McKee (Gutenberg ebook) Filed under: Sitka (Alaska) -- History.
The most abundant salmon of the Yukon River is chum salmon Oncorhynchus keta, which make annual spawning runs from the Bering Sea up the Yukon River, traversing more than river miles across Alaska into Yukon Territory in Canada. The diagrams for July and August tell you is that high pressure systems developing over the YK Flats create a wind coming from the north- northeast.
This may not show up along the coast, and may be blown over by lows coming from the south across the Bering Sea. However, looking at King Salmon they show a similar wind pattern for July and August. Socioeconomic Effects of Declining Salmon Runs on the Yukon River.
Edited by Caroline L. Brown. and Anna Godduhn. Contributors: Caroline L. Brown, Anna Godduhn, Hiroko Ikuta, Brittany Retherford, Alida Trainor, Seth J. Wilson, and David Koster. Yukon River smokehouses should be filled this summer with oil-rich strips of king salmon, long used by Alaskans as a high-energy food to get through the long winters, but they're mostly empty.
Technical Report: Monitoring seabird populations in areas of oil and gas development on the Alaskan continental shelf: Foraging distribution and feeding ecology of seabirds at the Diomede Islands, bering strait. Final report. The most obvious legacy is on a map, where Russian names mark point after point, from the Pribilof Islands in the Bering Sea to Baranof Island in southeast Alaska to all the streets, cities Author: Fen Montaigne.
The future of Yukon River Chinook salmon in a warming world: Kathrine Howard: - Seabirds: Unabated mass mortality of marine birds in the Northeast Pacific: Julia Parish: - Seabirds: Changes in late winter distribution of Spectacled eiders in response to sea ice retreat in the Bering Sea: Kate Martin: - Location: Anchorage, AK, USA.
- Capital is Whitehorse. See more ideas about Yukon territory, Yukon canada and Yukon river pins. Sediment is primarily delivered to the Chukchi Sea by the discharge of local rivers, coastal erosion, and the Bering Strait inflow, and redistributed on the shelf by bottom erosion and redeposition (e.g., Darby et al.,Viscosi-Shirley et al., ).Sea ice also plays an important role in sediment transport from the Siberian and North American margins (Darby,Darby et al., ).Cited by:  The Yukon River flows approximately km from northwestern Canada through Alaska, USA, draining approximatelykm 2.
It is critically important to the Bering Sea, contributing most of its freshwater runoff, dissolved solutes, and sediment load [Lisitsysn, ].Cited by: The Yukon River is almost 2, miles long, flowing through Canada and Alaska to the Bering Sea. Setting out to explore one of the most ruggedly beautiful and remote regions of North America, Adam Weymouth journeyed by canoe on a four-month odyssey through this untrammelled wilderness, encountering the people who have lived there for generations.
Yukon River salmon fisheries management includes obligations under an international treaty with Canada. In andthe United States did not meet the Yukon River Chinook salmon escapement goals established with Canada by the Yukon River Agreement.
A February satellite image shows sea ice in the northern Bering Sea between Chukotka in Russia and Western Alaska. Pronounced ice retreat in the Bering Sea as well as the Beaufort and Chukchi seas this spring is driving a faster than usual Arctic melt.
The Yukon’s geographical features are similar to those of interior Alaska, with snowcapped mountains and abundant wildlife. Spiritual awakening in this neighboring land paralleled that of the activity in Alaska. In practically the whole world was awakened by discovery of gold along the Yukon River.ARCTIC-YUKON-KUSKOKWIM SUSTAINABLE SALMON INITIATIVE BERING SEA FISHERMEN’S ASSOCIATION W.
15TH AVENUE ANCHORAGE, AK () HOW WE WILL DO IT We plan to collect data on the abundance of post-emergent fry and fingerlings at four sites along the Chena River, upstream of the flood control dam, where rearing juveniles are most.Nitrogen deficiency in a well oxygenated cold bottom water over the Bering Sea Shelf: Influence of sedimentary denitrification.
Continental Shelf Res., Hung, C.-C., Guo, L., Roberts, K. A. and Santschi, P.H. Upper ocean carbon export fluxes determined by Th and sediment traps in the Gulf of Mexico.