Common seal

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COMMON SEAL, A seal used by a corporation. See Corporation.

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Persistent decline in abundance of harbor seals Phoca vitulina richardsi over three decades in Aialik Bay, an Alaskan tidewater glacial fiord.
2008 Evaluating quantitative fatty acid signature analysis (QFASA) using harbour seals Phoca vitulina richardsi in captive feeding studies.
Abundance, movements and feeding habits of harbor seals, Phoca vitulina, at Netarts and Tillamook Bays, Oregon.
1979 Remarks: Prey/Stomach 178[degrees]56'W contents--Eumetopias jubatus 3 Ocean Cape, Yakutat, AK 59[degrees]30'N, Early Summer 1981 Remarks: Prey/Stomach 139[degrees]50'W contents--3 Phoca vitulina richardii, seals well macerated, decapitated 4 Yakutat Bay, AK 59[degrees]24'N, Summer 1997 Remarks: Attempts at 140[degrees]00'W independent verification unsuccessful 5 Yakutat Bay, AK 59[degrees]24'N, Summer 1997 Remarks: Attempts at 140[degrees]00'W independent verification unsuccessful 6 14 miles off Yakutat, AK 59[degrees]24'N, 6 Sept.
Population status and condition of the harbor seal, Phoca vitulina richardsi, in the waters of the state of Washington: 1975-1980.
Agonistic behavior and dominance relationships in the harbor seal, Phoca vitulina.
Major decline in number of harbor seals, Phoca vitulina richardsi, on Tugidak Island, Gulf of Alaska.
5 hours for each of 7 or 8 flight-days per year) each August since 1992, looking for harbor seals, Phoca vitulina, in the Kodiak vicinity.
Haulout patterns and diet of harbor seals Phoca vitulina, in Coos County, Oregon.
Persistence thresholds for phocine distemper virus infection in harbour seal Phoca vitulina metapopulations.
Habitat loss due to oil and gas development was assumed by DNR to be limited to temporary displacement of harbor seals, Phoca vitulina, and sea otters, Enhydra lutris, from haulouts and nearshore foraging areas during construction of pipelines and transport facilities in Cook Inlet (DNR (7)).
In the winter, harbor seals, Phoca vitulina, visit the Bight, to at least New Jersey, and may find prey around reef habitats near their haul out, resting places.