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NOAA Fisheries scientists conducting their annual trawl survey of the southern Bering Sea ecosystem survey found unprecedented conditions of warm ocean temperatures and significant changes... [Read More]
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The World War II shipwreckage of the destroyer USS Abner Read's stern has been found 75 years later about 290 feet below the Bering Sea... [Read More]
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Dozens of lives were lost when the USS Abner Read struck a Japanese mine in the Bering Sea in 1943. [Read More]
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The USS Abner Read, a destroyer with more than 300 men aboard, was sailing near an island of the US territory of Alaska 75 years... [Read More]
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Scientists have discovered part of a World War II U.S. Navy destroyer in Alaska's Aleutian Islands. The stern from the USS Abner Read was found... [Read More]
For almost 75 years, the stern of the destroyer USS Abner Read lay somewhere below the dark surface of the Bering Sea off the Aleutian... [Read More]
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Scientists they have discovered part of a ship that was blown off a U.S. Navy destroyer during World War II in Alaska's Aleutian Islands. Researchers... [Read More]
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Nearly 75 years later, scientists using multi-beam sonar have discovered the stern about 290 feet below the Bering Sea. [Read More]
Sea bird die-offs in the past have been associated with warm ocean temperatures. Tracy Sinclare looks at a possible link to this year's die-off in... [Read More]
Scientists work to pinpoint the cause of more than 1,400 seabird deaths in the Bering Sea since May. [Read More]
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