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Marine Conservation and Sustainability of the Sea of Okhotsk in the Russian Far East: An Overview of Cumulative Impacts, Compiled Public Data, and a Proposal for a UNESCO World Heritage Site

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Affiliations: 1: EWHALE Lab, Institute of Arctic Biology, Biology and Wildlife Department, University of Alaska-Fairbanks, Alaska, U.S.A. I am grateful to Reinhold Messner who set the stage for shoestring budget expeditions into wilderness regions worldwide, an alternative and efficient assessment concept that allowed me to experience the status quo of the Russian Far East, the Pacific Rim, and elsewhere first-hand for over 15 years. I owe much of the information to discussions with and experiences of visionary experts, my kind friends, supporters and colleagues in Russia. There are just too many to name them all-Thanks. I am further grateful to Sophia and Julia Linke, Lisa Strecker, Eva Bruenning, Aerin Jacob, Bodil Bluhm (COML), Victoria Wadley (CAML), ArcOD members, students from the EWHALE Laboratory and the University of Alaska-Fairbanks (UAF), Antony Diamond, Dov Lank and Fred Cooke (CWE-SFU), BW/ IAB-UAF, and others who provided their time and many helpful discussions, support, feedback, reviews and comments. This is EWHALE Laboratory publication No. 36.

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