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Synonyms for Aleutian

a member of the people inhabiting the Aleutian Islands and southwestern Alaska

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THE STORY: The American public was kept unaware of the battle for Alaska's Aleutian Islands, largely because of government censorship after the Japanese took control of two islands in 1942.
The 500-ft Noble Discoverer, contracted by Shell to drill exploration wells in the remote Chukchi Sea off northwestern Alaska, drifted in windy conditions to within 100 yards of shore in an Aleutian bay, Coast Guard Petty Officer Sara Francis said.
Dead seabirds without visible external injuries have been found in natural depressions similar to those on Kiska at Bogoslof Island, Aleutian Islands, Alaska, (J.
Recently, 2 mink farmers with vascular disease and microangiopathy, similar to conditions in mink with Aleutian disease, were found to have AMDV-specific antibodies and were AMDV DNA positive, suggesting a potential relationship between AMDV and human symptoms (12).
MMS estimates that substantial amounts of natural gas could exist in the North Aleutian Basin, although the estimates range widely and the upper ranges are highly uncertain.
The ironically named Near Islands at the western point of Alaska's Aleutian archipelago are some of the most remote lands in the far-flung Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge.
It was discovered by the Oscar Dyson, a US research ship conducting an acoustic survey in the Aleutian Islands.
Carolyn Kurle was investigating the devastating impact of introduced rats on islands in the Aleutian Archipelago off the west coast of Alaska.
Trained in the use of skis and specializing in mountain warfare, the First Special Service Force saw action in the Aleutian Islands, the Italian Campaign and the invasion of Southern France.
It's one of the dew works to analyze and illustrate Aleut art and artifacts, weaving a cultural history with fresh insights on Aleutian heritage and adding new rare photos and analysis of contemporary Aleut artists and prehistory.
In June of 1942, Japanese military forces attacked the US military base at Dutch Harbor Alaska and invaded the Aleutian Islands of Attu and Kiska, after which the US initiated the 15-month campaign to force the Japanese out of the Aleutians.
6, the semi-submersible vessel Mighty Servant 3 developed a list and sank off Angola shortly after offloading the drilling platform Aleutian Key.
The Bering Sea is located--of the Aleutian Islands.
The program is providing a $40,000 grant to three landowners whose bottomland pastures are used as a staging area by an estimated 100,000-120,000 Aleutian Canada geese.
Fair is an extensive examination of the venerable artistic traditions of twentieth century Alaska Natives, including Tlingit, Aleutian Islanders, Pacific Eskimo, Athabaskan, Yup'ik and Inupiaq artists.