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Seward Peninsula, Prudhoe Bay, reindeer, north coast, oil production
A few specialized activities dominate the regionís commercial economy, including fishing in the waters off southwestern Alaska, logging activities, reindeer herding on the Seward Peninsula, and extensive oil and gas exploration along Prudhoe Bay, located on the north coast along the Arctic Ocean. Alaskaís North Slope provides one-fifth of all U.S. oil production, ranking second in yield after Texas.
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