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Oregon - Washington marine mammal & seabird surveys

Oregon - Washington marine mammal & seabird surveys

information synthesis & hypothesis formulation

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Minerals Management Service, Pacific OCS Region in Washington, DC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Marine mammals -- Pacific Coast (North America) -- Geographical distribution.,
  • Sea birds -- Pacific Coast (North America) -- Geographical distribution.,
  • Sea turtles -- Pacific Coast (North America) -- Geographical distribution.

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    Other titlesOregon - Washington marine mammal and seabird surveys.
    Statementprepared jointly by Enviorsphere Company, Ecological Consulting Inc. ; in association with D. Heinemann, D.G. Chapman ; for Minerals Management Service, Pacific OCS Region.
    SeriesOCS study
    ContributionsBrueggeman, John J., Envirosphere Company., Ecological Consulting, Inc., United States. Minerals Management Service. Pacific OCS Region.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15390343M

    distribution and abundance off Oregon and Washington, Ch. 1 In: J. J. Brueggeman (ed.). Oregon and Washington Marine Mammal and Seabird Surveys. Minerals Management Service Contract Report Coastal Washington Marine Mammal and Bird Geodatabases 2 Table 1. A brief description of the four marine bird and mammal databases and the appropriate citation for understanding how the data were gathered. Data base Title Description Methods Catalog of Washington’s Seabird Colonies The original intent of this effort was to identify the locations.

    Objectives of the study were to review and analyze all available literature and databases concerning marine mammal and seabird diversity, distribution, and abundance in the Oregon-Washington coastal and offshore areas; to conduct field surveys over a month period and to prepare reports summarizing the findings. ground.   In: Oregon and Washington Marine Mammal and Seabird Surveys. OCS Study Final Report prepared for Pacific OCS Region, Minerals ManagementService, U.S. Department of the Interior, Los Angeles, California.

    Oregon-Washington Marine Mammal and Seabird Survey: Information synthesis and hypothesis formulation. U.S. Department of the Interior, OCS Study MMS Calambokidis, J., S. Osmek, and J. L. Laake. Aerial surveys for marine mammals in Washington and British Columbia inside waters. Final Contract Report to National Marine Mammal. We assessed seabird distributions in the central California Current system by compiling and integrating data from all major seabird distributional studies conducted in the region since Studies in the compilation included the Minerals Management Service Aerial Surveys, the Seabird Ecology Study, the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS.


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Los Angeles, Calif.: Pacific OCS Region, Minerals Management Service, U.S. Dept. of the Interior, [] (OCoLC) Oregon-Washington marine mammal and seabird surveys: Responsibility: prepared jointly by Enviorsphere Company, Ecological Consulting Inc. ; in association with D. Heinemann, D.G. Chapman ; for Minerals Management Service, Pacific OCS Region.

Purpose: Objectives of the study were to review and analyze all available literature and databases concerning marine mammal and seabird diversity, distribution, and abundance in the Oregon-Washington coastal and offshore areas, to conduct field surveys over a month period, and to prepare reports summarizing the findings.

Seabird and marine mammal occurrence in Oregon’s nearshore environment has been well-characterized during late spring to summer time periods. Nearshore bird and mammal abundance and distribution differ between spring, summer, and winter seasons; however, few surveys have been conducted during winter months in Oregon - Washington marine mammal & seabird surveys book nearshore waters to.

Above: Map of seabird and marine-mammal survey transect lines (red) over continental shelf and slope waters in California, Oregon, and Washington. Index map shows location of study area and generalized path of the California Current, which moves south along the western coast of North America, from the vicinity of Vancouver Island, Canada, to southern Baja California, Mexico.

Marine birds live in Washington’s intertidal, estuarine, and pelagic environments of the Puget Sound, San Juan Archipelago, Strait of Juan de Fuca, and Washington coast. Some of these birds spend the vast majority of their lives at sea and only come to land to nest -- some even spend the first few years at sea without ever touching land.

Pacific Ocean waters of Oregon and Washington from the coast to approximately 60 nautical miles offshore, April through October METHODOLOGY: Aerial surveys were conducted along 32 pre-established transects designed to systematically sample marine mammal and seabird abundance in all waters of the study area.

Objectives of the study were to review and analyze all available literature and databases concerning marine mammal and seabird diversity, distribution, and abundance in the Oregon-Washington coastal and offshore areas, to conduct field surveys over a month period, and to.

Marine Mammal Protection Act (MMPA of ). We canvassed data providers with spreadsheet or web-based survey forms. The marine bird survey returned information on research and monitoring efforts for 28 parameters across 46 species from 36 entities. The marine mammal survey returned information on.

The Pacific Offshore Continental Shelf marine ecosystems are large and important. The federally managed waters of the Pacific Offshore Continental Shelf stretch from 3 to nautical miles off the coasts of California, Oregon, Washington, Alaska, and Hawaii and support diverse marine life and critical marine habitats for marine birds and mammals.

Oregon State University Marine Mammal Institute Hatfield Marine Science Center SE Marine Science Dr Newport, Oregon Phone: () Fax: () Contact us with your comments and questions.

(Seabird and Mammal Surveys continued on page 2) Seabird and Mammal Surveys Off California, Oregon, and Washington By Jonathan Felis, Josh Adams, and John Takekawa Sound Waves Volume FYIssue No.

March/April Scientists from the U.S. Geological Sur-vey (USGS) Western Ecological Research Center are conducting new seabird and. Pacific Continental Shelf Environmental Assessment (PaCSEA): aerial seabird and marine mammal surveys off northern California, Oregon, and Washington, Series title: BOEM: Series number: Year Published: Language: English: Publisher: Bureau of Ocean Energy Management: Contributing office(s) Western Ecological Research.

COASST Seabird Survey. Coastal Observation and Seabrid Survey Team (COASST) is a project of the University of Washington in partnership with state, tribal and federal agencies, environmental organizations and community groups along the coasts of Oregon, Washington and Alaska.

Data Set Published / External Washington and Oregon - Outer Coasts, Project Completed This data set contains sensitive biological resource data for alcids, diving birds, gulls and terns, passerine birds, pelagic birds, raptors, shorebirds, wading birds, and waterfowl for the Outer Coast of Washington and Oregon.

Vector polygons in this data set represent birds nesting. Data Set Published / External Washington and Oregon - Outer Coasts, Project Completed This data set contains sensitive biological resource data for seals, whales, porpoises, dolphins, sea otters, and sea lions for the Outer Coast of Washington and Oregon.

Vector polygons in this data set represent marine mammal distributions, concentration areas, migratory routes, haul-out. Mammals of the Sea Marine mammals, like land mammals, are warm-blooded, have hair, breathe air, and give birth to live young. Their specialized adaptations for living in the ocean include a streamlined body shape, insulating layer of fat, and the ability to conserve.

The status of harbor porpoise, Phocoena phocoena, is reviewed for stocks in Oregon and Washington waters, and the adjacent transboundary waters of southern British Columbia, Canada, emphasizing the most recent data on their geographic range, population structure, distribution, population size, trends in abundance, and reproductive information is used to determine if the annual.

Oregon and Washington Marine Mammal and Seabird Surveys. ^ a b Forney, Karin A.; Barlow, Jay (). "Seasonal Patterns in the Abundance and Distribution of California Cetaceans, –". By Amanda Holdman, M.S.

Student Marine renewable energy is developing at great speeds all around the world. Inthe Northwest Marine Renewable Energy Center (NMREC) chose Newport, Oregon as the future site of first utility-scale, grid-connected wave energy test site in the United States – The Pacific Marine Energy Center (PMEC).

The development of Continue reading An .The beached bird survey, in which CoastWatch partners with COASST (Coastal Observation and Seabird Survey Team, based at the University of Washington). This involves monthly surveys, using a formal protocol that produces genuine scientific data. Marine debris monitoring, using a protocol developed by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric.