That October, surviving Attu
residents and descendants met in Anchorage for a reunion.
, belonging to three length groups, to metal toxicity and its accumulation in the fish.
Aorichthyes aor and Wallago attu
were significantly different from all other fishes (P<0.
was lightly defended, and seizing it first would put U.
Bent (1932:231) presented anecdotal information on apparent low densities of Evermann's Rock Ptarmigan on Attu
Island and speculated the low numbers were the result of persistent hunting by the inhabitants of Chichagof Village or the presence of blue foxes (Arctic Fox = Vulpes lagopus), which he reported to be very common (supported by Murie 1959).
Changes in saturated fatty acid (SFA), monounsaturated fatty acids (MUFA) and polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA) were observed in oil of Wallago attu
fish throughout the refrigerated storage are presented in Table1.
In conjunction with the Battle of Midway, the Japanese attacked Alaska, bombing the American base at Dutch Harbor and occupying Kiska and Attu
8, 1945, Tatsuguchi was assigned to Northern 5216 Detachment North Sea Defense Hospital and sent off to Attu
Island with other army surgeons.
They trained in the desert and expected to be shipped to Africa, but instead both were sent to the freezing battle of Attu
Palko--was lost after takeoff from Attu
Island, Alaska, headed for the Kurile Islands, Japan.
The world war II attack on Attu
in the Aleutian Islands would have been easier if logistics planners had anticipated the effects of weather and terrain.
The Americans were on their way to do battle with members of the Japanese 301st Independent Infantry Battalion who had attacked Attu
Island in early June 1942, overwhelmed its inhabitants, and forced them into slave labor camps in Japan.