Assessment of gray whale feeding grounds and sea floor interaction in the northeastern Bering Sea

@inproceedings{Nelson1983AssessmentOG,
  title={Assessment of gray whale feeding grounds and sea floor interaction in the northeastern Bering Sea},
  author={C. Nelson and K. Johnson and J. Barber},
  year={1983}
}
A dense ampeliscid amphipod community in Chirikov Basin and around St. Lawrence Island in the northeastern Bering Sea has been outlined by summarizing biological studies, analyzing bioturbation in sediment samples, and examining sea floor photos and videotapes. The amphipod population is associated with a homogeneous, relict fine-grained sand body 0.10-1.5 m thick that was deposited during the marine transgression over the Bering land bridge 8,000-10,000 yr B.P. Modern current and water mass… Expand
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