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Award for Outstanding Civil Service: 2006 State Chamber of Commerce A+ Rating for Promoting a Sustainable Business Climate: 2006 Defender of Democracy Award: 2004Passed House! Paul Seaton An Act relating to the response to, and control of, aquatic invasive species and establishing the aquatic invasive species response fund.

Biologists can and do measure genetic diversity between populations, but how much diversity is significant enough to declare a population a separate subspecies?

Before the advent of genetic testing, the subspecies classification was based on physical differences between the individuals of two different populations. Hart Merriam divided the North American brown and grizzly bears into eighty-six subspecies (Troyer, 2005), basing these classifications on small physical differences.

This is a good question and its answer may vary depending on which expert you ask.

The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines a subspecies as “a biological population of a particular geographic region genetically distinguishable from other populations of the same species.” As you can see, this is a subjective definition that is not easy to scientifically measure.

Version: SCS HJR 6(RES)Status: Legis Resolve 9 : 2015-09-01Passed House! Mike Chenault Dedicating the House Judiciary Committee Room of the Alaska State Capitol to the late Representative Max F.

CLASSIFICATION FOOD SENSES FUR CLAWS LOCOMOTION HOME RANGES STRENGTH BODY TEMPERATURE DISEASES DENNING and HIBERNATION REPRODUCTION GROWTH INTELLIGENCE and COMMUNICATION KODIAK BEAR RESEARCH HISTORY OF HUMANS AND KODIAK BEARS KODIAK BEAR MANAGEMENT SUGGESTED READING LITERATURE CITED Is a Kodiak bear different from a grizzly bear or an Alaskan brown bear?

Education: Hueneme High School, Oxnard CA: Graduated 1963 Ventura College: Graduated AA 1965 University of California, Santa Barbara CA: 1966 University of Alaska, Fairbanks: - B. Biology, 1968 - Master of Arts in Teaching the Biological Sciences, 1969 San Diego State College: 1972 - M. Commercial Fisherman: - Cook Inlet Salmon Drift Gillnet for 19 years, 1966 - 1985 - Halibut, 1974 - present - Tanner Crab Cook Inlet, (when it reopens) - Pacific cod with pots, 1992 - 2001 Cook Inlet Keeper Homer Chamber of Commerce Founding Board Member, Alaska Marine Conservation Council Former Member, West Coast Advisory Panel for the National Academy of Sciences Former Member, National Research Council Committee on Individual Fishing Quotas Former Member, North Pacific Fisheries Council Committee on 'Harvest Priority' and 'Full Retention and Full Utilization' Former Member, Cook Inlet Aquaculture Association North Pacific Fisheries Association Service Organizations and Community Involvement: Pratt Museum Homer Foundation KBBI Public Radio Kachemak Bay Conservation Society Kachemak Bay National Research Reserve Community Council Kachemak Bay Rotary Club Kachemak Heritage Land Trust Alaska Marine Conservation Council National Rifle Association Other: Alaska Youth for Environmental Action, 2007 Legislative Award Lowell Thomas Jr.