Cook Inlet

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Cook Inlet

An inlet of the Gulf of Alaska in southern Alaska west of the Kenai Peninsula. It is a major fishing ground for salmon and herring and has the largest tidal bore in the United States.

Cook Inlet

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(Placename) an inlet of the Pacific on the coast of S Alaska: part of the Gulf of Alaska

Cook′ In′let


n.
an inlet of the Gulf of Alaska. 150 mi. (240 km) long.
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Abundance of belugas, Delphinapterus leucas, in Cook Inlet, Alaska, 1994-2000.
Mr O'Connor resides in Perth, Australia and the Company is delighted that he has accepted the position with Buccaneer and believes his knowledge and experience of corporate finance and governance will be invaluable to the Company as it moves towards developing its assets within the Cook Inlet, Alaska.
Of note is an ABM article posted on our website June 28 titled "Significant Natural Gas Resources Remain to Be Discovered in Cook Inlet, Alaska."
Major activist organizations include: The Center for Marine Conservation, which sponsors a National Beach Cleanup Day every year; the Surfrider Foundation; the Cousteau Society; the American Oceans Campaign, which was founded by actor and ocean activist Ted Danson; Coast Alliance; SeaWeb; and the Waterkeepers, which is made up of more than 40 boat-based operatives who work to protect rivers, bays and estuaries from coastal Georgia to Cook Inlet, Alaska. Robert F.
A DECADE AGO I WATCHED A DEAD BELUGA whale, adult male 14 feet long, deconstruct on a beach in Cook Inlet, Alaska. I accepted the scene as a process of nature, and was intrigued by the passage of time and the parade of scavengers, including bears, that reduced a giant among animals to scattered bones and a grease slick.
Jutting steeply out of the waters of Cook Inlet, Alaska's Mount St.
In "The Status of Beluga Whales, Delphinapterus leucas, in Cook Inlet, Alaska, and Surrounding Waters: Part I (Shelden and Hobbs, 2015), seven papers were published in the first of two volumes dedicated to beluga whale research in Alaska, with a focus on the endangered Cook Inlet population.
Mr Wilson resides in London, England and the Company is delighted that he has accepted the position with Buccaneer and believes his ongoing support of the business and his depth of experience in the oil and gas sector will be of great benefit to the Company as it moves towards developing its assets within the Cook Inlet, Alaska.
Seasonal movements of 14 belugas in Cook Inlet, Alaska, were monitored by satellite telemetry between July and March in 2000-03.
Dr Stein resides in Perth, Australia and the Company is delighted that he has accepted the position with Buccaneer and believes his knowledge and experience in the international oil and gas industry will be invaluable to the Company as it moves towards developing its assets within the Cook Inlet, Alaska.