The ringed seal, Phoca hispida, of the Canadian western arctic

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Dept. of Fisheries and Oceans, 1987 - Nature - 81 pages
Describes the biology and population ecology of the ringed seal, Phoca hispida, based on over 8,000 specimens and other data gathered in the Amundsen Gulf and southeastern Beaufort Sea.

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Materials and Methods
5
The Breeding Habitat
15
Reproduction
27
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