Behavior and Ecology of the Northern Fur Seal
R.L. Gentry 1998 Princeton University Press 408 pages

This book contains very detailed information about the ecology and behavior of Callorhinus ursinus, the northern fur seal. Information provided in this book is based on the long-term study of northern fur seals on several islands in the Bering Sea (e.g., Pribilof Islands, Bogoslof Island, St. Matthew Island, etc.). Information is provided on population behavior, male and female interaction, mating, reproduction, and foraging habits. Several figures accompany the 408-page text.

ISBN 0691033455
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Topics: Earth surface:Sedimentary Geology:Stratigraphy, Biosphere:Ecology, Solid Earth:Petrology:Igneous Rocks , Solid Earth