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Subsistence harvests in six Kodiak Island borough communities, 1986

James A. Fall

Subsistence harvests in six Kodiak Island borough communities, 1986

by James A. Fall

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Published by Division of Subsistence, Alaska Dept. of Fish and Game in Juneau, Alaska .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Alaska,
  • Kodiak Island
    • Subjects:
    • Koniagmiut Eskimos -- Economic conditions -- Statistics.,
    • Aleuts -- Economic conditions -- Statistics.,
    • Subsistence economy -- Alaska -- Kodiak Island -- Statistics.,
    • Wild foods -- Alaska -- Kodiak Island -- Statistics.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby James A. Fall and Robert J. Walker.
      SeriesTechnical paper ;, no. 193, Technical paper (Alaska. Dept. of Fish and Game. Division of Subsistence) ;, no. 193.
      ContributionsWalker, Robert J.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE99.E7 F26 1993
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvi, 96 p. :
      Number of Pages96
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1238963M
      LC Control Number94620229

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      Between and , grassroots co-management initiatives for subsistence uses of wildlife emerged from three of Alaska's six subsistence resource regions. Initiatives from the northwest Arctic, Interior, and Western regions ranged from requests for the delegation of management authority from the State Board of Game and federal government to village governments, to proposals for the   The State of Alaska has taken the Obama administration to court one last time. State attorneys filed a lawsuit against outgoing Department of the Interior Secretary Sally Jewell and U.S. Fish and Wildlife and National Park Service leaders Jan. 13, contending new regulations limiting predator control on federal wildlife refuge lands unlawfully step on state management ://

      Document the importance of customary and traditional uses of migratory birds by Alaska rural communities so that subsistence uses will be protected and conducted in a sustainable manner; Document subsistence harvest trends and track changes in harvests; Assist the USFWS in the evaluation of spring-summer migratory bird harvest regulations; and Bristol Bay Area Communities, Populations, and Subsistence Harvest Bristol Bay Area Community /year of AKF&G survey Aleknagik Clark's Point Dillingham Egegik Ekwok Igiugig Iliamna King Salmon Kokhanok Koliganek Levelock Manokotak Naknek New Stuyahok Newhalen Nondalton ?Dockey=


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Subsistence harvests in six Kodiak Island borough communities, 1986 by James A. Fall Download PDF EPUB FB2

SUBSISTENCE HARVESTS IN SIX KODIAK ISLAND BOROUGH COMMUNITIES, James A. Fall and Robert J. Walker Technical Paper No. This research was parially supported by ANILCA Federal Aid funds, administered through the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Anchorage, Alaska, SG-l-6, SG-l-7, SG, and SG-l-9 Division of Subsistence Alaska Department Papers/tppdf.

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Juneau, AK. Subsistence harvests and trade of Pacific herring spawn on Macrocystis kelp in Hydaburg, Buy Physical Book Learn about institutional subscriptions.

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of Fish and Game [] Subsistence use of the southern Alaska Peninsula caribou herd by James A. Subsistence Harvests by Six Kodiak Island Borough Communities. Technical Paper No. Fall, James, Lisa B. Hutchinson-Scarbrough, and Philippa A. Coiley. Forthcoming. Fish and Wildlife Harvest and Use in Five Alaska Peninsula Communities, Subsistence Uses in Chignik Bay, Chignik Lagoon, Chignik Lake, Ivanof Bay, and   PATTERNS OF HARVEST AND USE OF MOUNTAIN GOATS ON KODIAK ISLAND, GMU 8 by Liz Williams Technical Paper No.

Prepared by: Division of Subsistence The remote communities largely follow a subsistence way of life, with a mixed economy based on cash income and harvest of wild resources (hereafter subsistence communities).

Subsistence harvests in Alaska amount to million edible kilograms per year including fish (53%), land and marine mammals (23% and 14%, respectively), plants (4%   Participants in the Kodiak Management Area subsistence salmon fishery must obtain a permit from the Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADF&G), record their harvests on the permit, and return the permit to ADF&G at the end of the season.

In the area generally along the Kodiak Island’s road system, harvest limits are 25   increased subsistence harvests, their stock strengths have also undergone notable changes. In summer ofthe estimated CPUE for six-year-olds ( year class) from the Prudhoe Bay coastal monitoring studies was an un-precedented fish/net/24 hr (Fig.

That fall, the year class entered the fall subsistence fishery, causing a   commercial harvests, Kodiak Island communities, household harvest surveys,– Within the Kodiak Area is the Kodiak Island Borough which includes 11 incorporated places and census designated pla ces (CDPs), and a “balance” that TO THE CURRENT SUBSISTENCE REGULATION BOOK FOR COMPLETEREGULATIONS.

/fisheriesboard/pdfs//crab/    Subsistence Harvests in Six Kodiak Communities, Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Division of Subsistence, Technical Paper No. Location: ADF&G (Juneau) Graham, Frances Kelso. Plant Lore of an Alaska Island.

Anchorage: Alaska Northwest Publishing The Ahtna experienced sharp reductions in salmon returning to the Copper River as their subsistence harvests plummeted f in to 5, in pushing them to the edge of starvation (Simeone and Valentine 23). Salmon From Kodiak: An History of the Salmon Fishery of Kodiak Island, Alaska.

Alaska Historical   Only Sitka and Kodiak received designations as mixed subsistence-cash economies, while the other six were designated "cash-market" economies. In these communities, the large majority of residents who hunt and fish do not do so for subsistence but for commercial, sport or "personal use" (i.e., limited fishing for food -primarily by non-Natives)   KODIAK/ALEUTIANS SUBSISTENCE REGIONAL ADVISORY COUNCIL PUBLIC MEETING Febru Borough Assembly Hall Kodiak, Alaska VOLUME II COUNCIL MEMBERS PRESENT: Mark Olsen, Chairman Vincent M.

Tutiakoff Gilda M. Shellikoff Randy Christensen Ivan Lukin Thomas L. Everitt Alfred B. Cratty, Jr. P R O C E E D I N G S CHAIRMAN OLSEN: Good :// It defined as rural (and therefore eligible for subsistence) those areas that were "outside of the road-connected area of a borough, municipality, or other community with a population of 7, or more, as determined by the Alaska Department of Community and Regional Affairs."   Kodiak/Aleutians Subsistence Regional Advisory Council These minutes will be formally considered by the Kodiak/Aleutians Subsistence Regional Advisory Council at its winter meeting, and any corrections or notations will be incorporated in the minutes of that ://   Subsistence harvests in six Kodiak Island borough communities, Juneau, AK: Department of Fish and Game, Division of Subsistence.

Book review essay: The subsistence economy of the Han, Athabaskan people of the Upper Yukon River. In Dana,   Kodiak Island, which is about miles long and up to 67 miles wide, is the largest island in the group and the second largest island (after Hawaii) in the United States.

The city of Kodiak sits near the island's northeastern tip. Like its neighbors, Kodiak Island The proposed project would bring undersea fiber optic cable from Kodiak to Unalaska, stopping in six communities, and spanning approximately miles.

“Our general plan is to bring an undersea fiber optic cable out to Unalaska that would hook into our existing undersea fiber optic infrastructure in Kodiak,” said Dan Boyette, vice president ?page=54?page=. Request PDF | Hunter-Gatherers and Fishing Rights in Alaska and Siberia: Contemporary Governmentality, Subsistence, and Sustainable Enterprises |   Most chinook subsistence harvests occur in the Kuskokwim (53% for ), Yukon (30%), and Bristol Bay (9%) areas (Fall, ; Fall et al., ).

Subsistence harvests averaged chinook salmon inbut had fallen to 74 by (Fig. 7).+patterns+of+fish+and+wildlife+harvests+in.Based on these results, in most, but not all regions, available data on subsistence harvests in Arctic North America cannot support analysis of changes in harvest over ://