Gulf of Alaska


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Noun1.Gulf of Alaska - a gulf of the Pacific Ocean between the Alaska Peninsula and the Alexander Archipelago
Pacific, Pacific Ocean - the largest ocean in the world
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Elias National Park and Preserve, Kenai Fjords National Park, and Katmai National Park and Preserve along the Gulf of Alaska, and Bering Land Bridge National Preserve and Cape Krusenstem National Monument by the shore of the more northern Chukchi Sea--to remove marine debris from their most sullied beaches.
For the last 300 years, Slims River flowed out to the Bering Sea, and the smaller Kaskawulsh River flowed to the Gulf of Alaska.
Halibut fishing regions are as follows: Southeast (2C), the Gulf of Alaska (3A/B), Bering Sea and Aleutian Islands (4 A/B/C/D and the Community Development Quota).
The Gulf of Alaska Pollock fishery is set at 257,872 metric tons, a 30% increase from the 2015 quota and within the safe harvest level determined by federal fishery scientists.
An octopus management complex, with its own annual catch limits and overfishing limits was created by the North Pacific Fishery Management Council in 2011 in both the Bering Sea and Gulf of Alaska regions.
From a zoogeographic perspective, the likelihood that an unrecognized population of Kamchatka Flounder occurs off the west coast of North America south of the Gulf of Alaska would be remote.
The programme combines a seven-day Gulf of Alaska cruise with land tours ranging from three to nine nights.
With winds reported at up to 60 miles an hour and Gulf of Alaska seas of up to 35 ft, responders were unable to keep the ship from grounding, said Coast Guard Commander Shane Montoya, the leader of the incident command team.
With winds reported at up to 60 miles (100 km) an hour and Gulf of Alaska seas of up to 35 feet (11 m), responders were unable to keep the ship from grounding, the Coast Guard said.
Middleton Island, which lies almost due south of Cordova in the Gulf of Alaska, is 70 miles from the mainland.
THE US Coast Guard said a Japanese vessel set adrift by last year's tsunami has been sunk in the Gulf of Alaska, ending its long, lonely voyage across the Pacific Ocean.