This commission was one of many created during the late 19th and early 20th centuries to solve problems with dwindling commercial natural resources such as timber, fisheries, and northern fur seals, Callorhinus
ursinus, (Jordan, 1922; Olson, 1971) and provides a classic example from the Progressive Era (Hays, 1959).
Food of the Pacific white-sided dolphin, Lagenorhynchus obliquidens, Dali's porpoise, Phocoenoides dalli, and northern fur seal, Callorhinus
ursinus, off California and Washington.
groenlandica (harp seals), Callorhinus
ursinus (northern fur seals), Mirounga angustirostris (northern elephant seals), Zalophus californianus (California sea lions), Eumetopias jubatus (steller sea lions), and Otaria flavescens (South American sea lions) (9-13).
at least if the parent is Callorhinus
ursinus, the northern fur seal.
22) A review of the NMFS POP database, which included the NMML pelagic fur seal, Callorhinus
ursinus, program data, yielded 167 harbor porpoise (50 sightings total) north of 50[degrees] N, 135[degrees] W from 1958 to 1968, none of which occurred in Cook Inlet (Fig.
What portion of the geographic range of northern fur seals, Callorhinus
ursinus, in the Bering Sea should be protected from the direct effects of fishing during their breeding season?
In 1887, she left for the Pacific, sounding and dredging along her route; and in 1890, she was sent to Bering Sea to investigate the fur seal, Callorhinus
Northern fur seals, Callorhinus
ursinus, range throughout the North Pacific and overlap in distribution with the commercial fisheries off Alaska.
Northern fur seal, Callorhinus
ursinus, eastern Pacific population (Pribilof Islands, Alaska, and San Miguel Island, California).