James L Bodkin; Brenda Elizabeth Ballachey; Daniel Esler; Thomas A Dean; Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Trustee Council.; et al
|注意：||Additional authors: Brenda E. Ballachey, Daniel Esler and Thomas A. Dean.
Authors affiliated with: U.S. Geological Survey, Alaska Science Center; Centre for Wildlife Ecology, Simon Fraser University (Delta, B.C.); Coastal Resources Associates.
"Restoration project 030423."
|描述：||x, 91 p. : ill., 2 maps ; 28 cm.|
|详述：||This item was harvested from the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Trustee Council web site: http://www.evostc.state.ak.us/Store/Final_Reports/500.pdf in September 2006 for the Alaska State Publications Program; remote access available via StaticURL.|
|其他题名：||Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Restoration Project final report|
|责任：||James L. Bodkin ... [et al.].|
This study estimated and compared sea otter populations over time between oiled and unoiled areas in Prince William Sound, collected age at death data from sea otter carcasses found on beaches in the western portion of the Sound, and measured and compared hydrocarbon levels in blood samples from sea otters in oiled and unoiled areas of the Sound. Green sea urchin abundance and class size was looked at as a measure of sea otter recovery. Harlequin duck populations were tracked to determine the rate of recovery since the Exxon Valdez oil spill, and captive populations at the Alaska SeaLife Center were studied to determine behavioral and CYP1A responses to oil exposure.
- Sea otter -- Effect of oil spills on -- Alaska -- Prince William Sound.
- Sea otter -- Alaska -- Prince William Sound -- Mortality.
- Green sea urchin -- Alaska -- Prince William Sound.
- Sea urchin populations -- Alaska -- Prince William Sound.
- Harlequin duck -- Effect of oil spills on -- Alaska -- Prince William Sound.
- Harlequin duck -- Marking -- Alaska -- Prince William Sound.
- Bird populations -- Alaska -- Prince William Sound.
- Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons -- Physiological effect.
- Oil spills and wildlife -- Alaska -- Prince William Sound.