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National Seafloor Mapping and Benthic Habitat Studies


Marine Geology of Benthic Biohabitats in Glacier Bay, Alaska

Glacier Bay Habitat References

Carlson, P.R., T.R. Bruns, G.R. Cochrane, K.R. Evans , P.N. Hooge, and S.J. Taggart, 1998. Marine geology of benthic biohabitats in Glacier Bay, Alaska: 10th Western Groundfish Conference, Asilomar, Calif. Program and Abstracts, p. 46.

Cochrane, Guy R., Carlson, P. R., Boyle, M. E., Gabel, G. L., and Hooge, P. N., 2000, Cruise report, M/V Tamnik cruise T-1-98-GB: physical characteristics of Dungeness crab and halibut habitats in Whidbey Passage, Alaska, August 19 through September 1, 1998, Glacier Bay, Alaska: USGS Open-File Report 00-032.

Cochrane, G.R., Carlson, P.R., Denny, J.F., Boyle, M.E., Taggart, S.J., and Hooge, P.N., 1998. Cruise report of M/V Quillback Q-1-97-GB: Physical characteristics of Dungeness crab and halibut habitats, October 15-30, 1997, Glacier Bay, AK. USGS Open File Report 98-791.

O'Clair, C.E., J.L. Freese, R.P. Stone, T.C. Shirley, E.H. Seder, S.J. Taggart, and G.H. Kruse, 1995. Nearshore Distribution and abundance of Dungeness Crabs in Glacier Bay National Park, Alaska: in Proceedings of the Third Glacier Bay Science Symposium, 1993, published by National Park Service. 310 pp.

Other information:

Carlson, P.R., Hooge, P., Cochrane, G., Stevenson, A., Dartnell, P., and Lee, K., 2002. Multibeam Bathymetry and Selected Perspective Views of Main Part of Glacier Bay, Alaska. USGS Open-File Report 02-391.


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