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- "Dutch Harbor, Alaska Remains Top Fishing Port." Alaska Report.com. July 17, 2008. (July 18, 2008) http://alaskareport.com/news78/x61463_dutch_harbor.htm
- "EPIRBs: You Bet Your Life." BoatSafe.com. (July 16, 2008)http://boatsafe.com/nauticalknowhow/epirb.htm
- "Commercial Fishing Fatalities in Alaska." Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. September 1997. (July 14, 2008)http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/97163_58.html
- "Crab Fisheries in Alaska." Alaska Division of Commercial Fisheries. (July 14, 2008)http://www.cf.adfg.state.ak.us/geninfo/shellfsh/crabs/crabhome.php
- "Fishing in Alaska Becoming Less Deadly." Associated Press. March 30, 2008. (July 30, 2008) http://www.theworldlink.com/articles/2008/03/30/news/doc47edec1822797650380827.txt
- Interview with Corey Arnold (www.coreyfishes.com) on July 23, 2008. Corey has worked as a deckhand on crab boats in Alaska for the past six seasons.