The Port of Homer and Homer Small Boat Harbor are regional facilities serving and supporting the northern Gulf of Alaska, Prince William Sound, Cook Inlet, and Kachemak Bay and are also a place of refuge for Gulf of Alaska, Cook Inlet, and Kennedy Entrance marine traffic in event of severe weather or machinery malfunctions.
What does NGOA stand for?
NGOA stands for Northern Gulf of Alaska
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- Nagoya, Japan - Komaki (Airport Code)
- National Gas Outlet
- Never Grow Old (Cranberries song)
- Niet Gouvernementele Organisatie (Dutch: Non-Governmental Organization)
- Non Gazetted Officer
- Non-Governmental Organization
- National Gallery of Art
- Needs Gaps and Opportunities Assessments (health services and policy research; Ottowa, Ontario, Canada)
- Newspaper Guild of America (trade union)
- Next Generation Optical Access (networks)
- Non-Governmental Organization Affairs Bureau (Bangladesh)
- Non-Governmental Organization Coalition (child rights; Lesotho)
- Northern Gynaecological Oncology Centre
- Northwest Georgia Oncology Centers (Marietta, GA)
- Non Governmental Organizations Coordinating Council (Zambia)
- Non-Governmental Organisation Coalition for the Environment
- Non-Governmental Organization Committee on the Rights of the Child (Phnom Penh, Cambodia)
- Non-Governmental Organization for Development
- Next Generation Optical Fiber
- New Generation of Hard Techno
Samples in periodicals archive:
Abstract--Two sympatric populations of "transient" (mammal-eating) killer whales were photo-identified over 27 years (1984-2010) in Prince William Sound and Kenai Fjords, coastal waters of the northern Gulf of Alaska (GOA).
Long-Term Ecological Change in the Northern Gulf of Alaska
Annual cycle of zooplankton abundance, biomass and production on the northern Gulf of Alaska shelf, October 1997 through October 2000.
Another noticeable division was between species centered in southeastern Alaska and those found in the northern Gulf of Alaska and Aleutian Islands.
Eight of the nine samples collected in the area in 2003 had the GAT1 haplotype, which was first identified in transient killer whales from the northern Gulf of Alaska area in or near Kenai Fjords and Prince William Sound.
We captured mostly age-1 Pacific sandfish in July; mean size of age-1 fish in our study (75 mm FL) was similar to the size of age-1 fish captured in the northern Gulf of Alaska (71 mm FL; Paul et al.
Lipid content and energy density of forage fishes from the northern Gulf of Alaska.