Climatic atlas of the outer continental shelf waters and coastal regions of Alaska
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Climatic atlas of the outer continental shelf waters and coastal regions of Alaska by William A. Brower

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Published by AEIDC, University of Alaska in Anchorage .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Alaska Outer Continental Shelf Environmental Assessment Program.,
  • Coasts -- Alaska -- Maps.,
  • Alaska, Gulf of (Alaska) -- Climate -- Maps.,
  • Alaska -- Climate -- Maps.,
  • Beaufort Sea -- Climate -- Maps.,
  • Bering Sea -- Climate -- Maps.,
  • Chukchi Sea -- Climate -- Maps.

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Edition Notes

StatementNCC, William A. Brower, Jr., Henry F. Diaz, Anton S. Prechtel ; AEIDC, Harold W. Searby, James L. Wise ; Arctic Environmental Information and Data Center, University of Alaska, Anchorage, Alaska, National Climatic Center, Environmental Data Service, Asheville, North Carolina, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. --
SeriesAEIDC publication -- B-77
ContributionsSearby, Harold W., Wise, James L., Alaska Outer Continental Shelf Environmental Assessment Program., National Climatic Center., Alaska. University. Arctic Environmental Information and Data Center
Classifications
LC ClassificationsG1532.C6C8 B7 1977, G1532C8 B7 1977
The Physical Object
Pagination3 v. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21383648M

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STATE OF DEEP CORAL ECOSYSTEMS IN THE ALASKA REGION: GULF OF ALASKA, BERING SEA AND THE ALEUTIAN ISLANDS Robert P. Stone and S. Kalei Shotwell I. INTRODUCTION Alaska is the largest state in the U. S. and contains more than 70% of the nation’s continental shelf habitat. The state km of tidal shoreline. Brower, W. A., Jr., Climatic Atlas of the Outer Continental Shelf Waters and Coastal Regions of Alaska, , Superintendent of Documents (6/78) Director of Naval Oceanography and Meteorology, U.S. Navy Marine Climatic Atlas of the World. North Pacific Ocean (Vol. 2), , Superintendent of Documents (7/78). Alaska, which spans 20° of Latitude and 50° of Longitude, has one of the longest, most diverse, and irregularly-shaped coastlines of all major political units on earth (1).It has a general coastline of 10, kilometers and a tidal shoreline of 54, kilometers (United States Coast Pilot the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers () reported the same general length for Alaska but . National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration: Climatic atlas of the outer continental shelf waters, and coastal regions of Alaska / (Anchorage: Arctic Environmental Information and Data Center, University of Alaska ; Asheville, N. C.: National Climatic Center, Environmental Data Service, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.