Endnotes: Eiders

1 Anders Apassingok, Willis Walunga and Edward Tennant, eds. 1985. Sivuqam Nangaghnegha—Siivanllemta Ungipaqellghat/Lore of St. Lawrence Island—Echoes of Our Eskimo Elders, Vol. 1. Bering Strait School District. p. 105.

2 Ann Fienup-Riordan. 2007. Yuungnaqpiallerput—The Way
 We Genuinely Live: Masterworks of Yup’ik Science and Survival. University of Washington Press in association with Anchorage Museum Association and Calista Elders Council. pp. 204-210.

3 “Diomede Island Names, Places and Stories.” Apr. 2, 1980. Kawerak Eskimo Heritage Program, eC.80.004 Tape 34.

4 David Banks, Margaret Williams, John Pearce, Alan Springer, Randy Hagenstein and David Olson, eds. 1999. “Ecoregion-Based Conservation in the Bering Sea.” World Wildlife Fund and The Nature Conservancy based on Bering Sea Experts Workshop in Girdwood, Alaska, March 20-23, 1999. http:// www.worldwildlife.org/beringsea_erbc/main_book.pdf (Accessed May 12, 2011).

5 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. 1999. “Threatened and Endangered Species Factsheet: Spectacled Eider (Somateria fischeri).” http://alaska.fws.gov/media/Speceider_FactSheet.htm (Accessed May 12, 2011).

6 NOAA. 1988. Bering, Chukchi and Beaufort Seas Coastal and Ocean Strategic Assessment Data Atlas. National Ocean Service.

7 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. 2002. “Threatened and Endangered Species Factsheet: Protecting Spectacled Eiders at Sea.” http://alaska.fws.gov/fisheries/endangered/pdf/SPEIatsea. pdf (Accessed May 12, 2011).

8 Samantha Richman and James Lovvorn. 2003. “Effects of Clam Species Dominance on Nutrient and Energy Acquisition by Spectacled Eiders in the Bering Sea.” Marine Ecology Progress Series 261: 283-297.

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