- Title Pages
- 1 People, Pinnipeds, and Sea Otters of the Northeast Pacific
- 2 A History of Paleoecological Research on Sea Otters and Pinnipeds of the Eastern Pacific Rim
- 3 The Historical Ecology of Walrus Exploitation in the North Pacific
- 4 Neoglacial Sea Ice and Life History Flexibility in Ringed and Fur Seals
- 5 A 4500–Year Time-Series of Otariid Abundance on Sanak Island, Western Gulf of Alaska
- 6 An Analysis of Seal, Sea Lion, and Sea Otter Consumption Patterns on Sanak Island, Alaska
- 7 Toward a Historical Ecology of Pinniped and Sea Otter Hunting Traditions on the Coast of Southern British Columbia
- 8 Native American Use of Seals, Sea Lions, and Sea Otters in Estuaries of Northern Oregon and Southern Washington
- 9 Why Were Northern Fur Seals Spared in Northern California? A Cultural and Archaeological Explanation
- 10 Holocene Monterey Bay Fur Seals
- 11 Toward a Prehistory of the Southern Sea Otter (Enhydro lutris nereis)
- 12 Resilience and Reorganization
- 13 Perspectives from the Past
- Human Impacts on Seals, Sea Lions, and Sea Otters
- University of California Press
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