AKDT

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AKDTAlaska Daylight Time
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15, 2013, 11:56 AKDT), available at http://www.legis.state.ak.us/basis/ get_documents.asp?session=28&docid=3643 ("The value of the kelp forest is not yet fully understood, but it is known that kelp forests are a nursery for many fin fish including salmon and rock fish.").
Average sea level pressure (contours, interval 2 hPa) and 2-m temperature ([degrees]C; shaded) from Polar WRF 21 -h forecasts (1300 AKDT) for (a) the first seven flights (4-11 Sep 2014) and (b) the next seven flights (13-21 Sep 2014).
Temperatures are 21 -h forecasts valid at 1300 AKDT, near the center times of ARISE flights.
Most surveys occurred between 1100 and 1700 h Alaska day-light time (AKDT = GMT - 8) to coincide with the time of day when maximal numbers of seals haul out and bask on the ice (Burns and Harbo, 1972; Smith, 1975; Finley, 1979; Smith and Hammill, 1981).
In three years, densities increased somewhat until 1200 or 1300 h AKDT and then gradually decreased through the afternoon.