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  • The Search Area

    Blogpost by jessmil - July 19, 2006 at 8:40
    The following posting is from Carroll, who is onboard in the Bering Sea...

    This afternoon we entered the southern part of our search zone for humpback whales, in the area northwest of St. Matthew and southwest of St. Lawrence. It’s less than 200 mi... Read more >
  • Where have all the whales gone?

    Blogpost by jessmil - July 19, 2006 at 8:12

    The following posting is from Adam, who is onboard in the Bering Sea...

    Another unusual day on the Bering sea. Then again they've all been pretty unusual so far, so that makes it normal I suppose. We came to the stunning conclusion last night th... Read more >

  • Thinking like an ocean

    Blogpost by nicole - July 18, 2006 at 4:52

    The following posting is from Carroll, who is onboard in the Bering Sea...

    Sitting fogged in at St. Matthew this morning gave me some time to reflect, for the first time in days, on what we’ve seen here so far and what it might mean. In a famous essa... Read more >

  • Some thoughts from a sea captain

    Blogpost by nicole - July 18, 2006 at 4:45
    The following posting is from Captain Bob Pedro, who is onboard in the Bering Sea...

    I’m sitting in my chair and thinking. Thinking about how we set anchor last night in calm protected waters with a patchy low fog embracing the peaks of St. Matthew I... Read more >
  • Cocooned in fog

    Blogpost by nicole - July 18, 2006 at 4:36

    The following posting is from Adam, who is onboard in the Bering Sea...

    There is virtually no wind now and the fog has left us for the time being. We have a low swell so it's a very comfortable ride.

    The day started off with us cocooned in fog. It's... Read more >

  • St. Matthew Island

    Blogpost by nicole - July 17, 2006 at 7:04

    The following posting is from Carroll, who is onboard in the Bering Sea...

    After a 25-hour transit from St. Paul, we reached St. Matthew Island. We won’t put into port here, because there is no port. No airport. No roads. No town. No people… e... Read more >

  • On the way to St. Mathew's Island

    Blogpost by nicole - July 17, 2006 at 6:45

    The following posting is from Adam, who is onboard in the Bering Sea...

    We are now about half a day north of St Paul. It’s a comfortable ride as the swell and breeze are coming from behind us gently helping us along at about 8 knots on our way to St ... Read more >

  • Changes

    Blogpost by nicole - July 17, 2006 at 6:22

    The following posting is from Carroll, who is onboard in the Bering Sea...

    Today was a day of transitions. We spent today getting a little down time, preparing for departures and arrivals, plotting the next leg of the trip, and watching the fog roll ... Read more >

  • The results of fishing father and father out ...

    Blogpost by nicole - July 14, 2006 at 3:21

    The following posting is from Adam, who is onboard in the Bering Sea...

    We've been here for a few days now, getting to know the people and the place and sounding out what people think of an ecosystem management based fishery. So far it's clear that i... Read more >

  • Four days and four thousand miles from home...

    Blogpost by nicole - July 13, 2006 at 4:20

    The following posting is from Carroll, who is onboard in the Bering Sea...

    Two days flying from Washington D.C. Two days adjusting to the rhythm and routine of ship life. Four days and four thousand miles from home. And I’m finally ready to write my ... Read more >

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