Nunivak Island

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Nu·ni·vak Island

An island of western Alaska in the Bering Sea.
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James Mery, Doyon senior vice president of lands and natural resources, said that the Doyon Nunivak #2 well drilled in 2013 encountered several hundred feet of propane rich, gas saturated sandstone.
THE ROCKY SHORE OF NUNIVAK ISLAND lies 30 miles off the coast of western Alaska in the Bering Sea.
Muskoxen were introduced onto Alaska's Nunivak Island in 1935 and have been hunted by limited permit for many years.
Muskoxen were reintroduced to Alaska in the 1930s, and today wild populations can be found north of the Brooks Range, on the Seward Peninsula, and on Nunivak Island (Jones and Perry, 2013).
His last photographs, taken in the late 1920s, cover the half-dozen distinct groups of Eskimo, as well as the Nunivak, Noatak, Kobuk and Selawik.
Morgan was apparently smitten (118); Before the Storm--Apache, four Natives on horseback highlighted against an ominous sky (135); Cabob de Chelly, Navajo riders filing past towering monuments of stone (158); A Heavy Load--Sioux, a woman wrapped in blankets trudging through snow after gathering firewood (176); Eagle Catcher--Hidatsa, a man holding a bird of prey is himself perched on a precipitous crag (192); The Fisherman--Wishwam, a Chinook man netting salmon in churning rapids (205); and Woman and Child, an infant on Nunivak Island clinging to its mother in a profusion of commingled furs (288).
Matthew and Nunivak islands and in the Aleutians from the Rat Islands south to off Washington State (Pietsch 1993), the record cited here extends the range of Triglops macellus 272 km west in the Aleutian Islands to the Near Islands.
Lawrence Island, and south of Nunivak Island (Fay, 1982; Speckman et al.
In 1995, I served as the Executive Officer of the 110-foot patrol boat Coast Guard Cutter Nunivak.
After determining that the historical range of this species included arctic Russia, the FWS arranged for the capture of 40 muskoxen on Nunivak Island, Alaska, for transport to the Taimyr Peninsula and Wrangel Island in Russia.
The first 25 knitters were all from Mekoryuk, Alaska, located on Nunivak Island.
Karagin and Nunivak are islands in which northern sea?