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Subsistence resource harvest patterns
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Minerals Management Service, Alaska Outer Continental Shelf Region in Anchorage, Alaska
Written in English
|Statement||submitted to U.S. Department of the Interior, Minerals Management Service, Alaska OCS Region [by] Impact Assessment, Inc.|
|Series||OCS study, Special report ;, no. 9, Special report (United States. Minerals Management Service) ;, no. 9.|
|Contributions||Impact Assessment, Inc., United States. Minerals Management Service. Alaska OCS Region. Social and Economic Studies Unit.|
|LC Classifications||E99.E7 S84 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
|LC Control Number||91600783|
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Subsistence Harvests and Uses of Wild Resources in Chistochina, Alaska, By Malla Kukkonen and Garrett Zimpelman November Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Subsistence Final Report to the Wrangell-St.
Elias National Park and Preserve, National Park Service to fulfill obligations under agreements H8W and J8W Subsistence Harvest Assessment, contingent upon submission of information to OSM staff and their review and approval • Description of temporal changes in subsistence harvest patterns and resource availability of broad whitefish, Arctic cisco and burbot in the Niglik River.
Fisheries Resource Monitoring Program Review - Northern. A Subsistence Pattern – alternatively known as a subsistence strategy – is the means by which a society satisfies its basic needs for survival.
This encompasses the attainment of nutrition, water, and shelter. The five broad categories of subsistence patterns are foraging, horticulture, pastoralism, agriculture, and industrial food production. Nomadic (move with seasons and resource availability) 2.
Currently occupy marginal environments (desert, arctic, tropical) 3. Small size of local groups (less than members, limited by carrying capacity) 4.
Populations stabilize. • Document temporal changes in harvest patterns, resource availability and abundance of Broad Whitefish in the t ributaries o f Smith Bay and Lake Tusikvoak; including application to Federal subsistence management, such as identifying critical habitat, refining range maps and.
If you know what the subsistence base is, it is possible to predict many of the other basic cultural patterns. There is a surprisingly high positive correlation between the type of economy and such things as population sizes and densities, social and political systems, scale of warfare, and complexity of science, mathematics, and technology.
The research also found differences in subsistence use patterns compared to previous years' studies, such as harvest levels, harvest composition, and diversity of resources used, although. The distinction between commercial and subsistence resource harvesting, as it is commonly used in the Northwest and Alaska, can be important for modern resource management and for understanding Author: Jennifer Sepez.
The subsistence harvest of food is an important part of life in Alaska, particularly in rural areas of Alaska, which includes 20% of the state's population. In (the last year for which a statewide analysis of subsistence harvesting was done) rural Alaskans acquired 35% of their required daily calories from subsistence hunting and fishing.
Since the establishment of the federal subsistence management program inthe SRC has also been making recommendations on proposals for hunting and fishing regulations (e.g., harvest limits, seasons, and customary and traditional use determinations) affecting Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve directly to the federal.
Alaska Subsistence Bird Harvest, – Data Book Alaska Migratory Bird Co-Management Council snow goose is an important subsistence resource in Alaska. Increasing snow goose populations Communities with similar harvest patterns are grouped in subregions. Harvests reported by surveyed.
Subsistence harvest surveys were conducted in Kaktovik inand Caribou harvest surveys were com- pleted in, and The caribou harvest over this period was relatively constant, with a spike ina year in which no bowheads were landed in Kaktovik (Galginaitis et al~. Nome's total subsistence harvest was calculated as % of the harvests in smaller communities in the census area (from the ratio of its average subsistence salmon harvest for to the average salmon harvest of the smaller communities).
Estimating Rural Alaska Harvests for and The book presents the diagnosing wild species harvest procedure as a universal approach that integrates seven thematic perspectives to harvest systems: resource dynamics, costs and benefits, management, governance, knowledge, spatiality, and legacies.
Forthcoming. Subsistence Resource Harvest in Kaktovik, Alaska, Technical Paper No. Robert Schroeder, David B. Andersen, and Grant Hildreth. Subsistence Use Area Mapping in Ten Kotzebue Sound Communities. Technical Paper No. Sherrod, George K. The Harvest and Use of Marine Mammals in Fifteen Eskimo Communities.
Intensive Agriculture. Intensive agriculture is the primary subsistence pattern of large-scale, populous societies. It results in much more food being produced per acre compared to other subsistence patterns.
Beginning about 5, years ago, the development of intensive farming methods became necessary as the human population grew in some major. Indigenous subsistence harvest of most birds has occurred in Alaska for millennia (Wolfe et al.
Shorebirds are likely a fraction of the subsistence bird harvest in Alaska (~, birds per year), but some shorebird species that are harvested are imperiled (Paige and WolfeAlaska Shorebird GroupL.
Naves personal Author: Liliana C Naves, Jacqueline M Keating, T Lee Tibbitts, Daniel R Ruthrauff. The subsistence harvest from this stock on the Pribilof Islands is governed by regulations found in 50 CFR partsubpart F, published under the authority of the Fur Seal Act (FSA), 16 U.S.C.et seq.
Pursuant to 50 CFR (b), every three years NMFS must publish in the Federal Register a summary of the Pribilovians' fur seal harvest.
Chythlook, Molly and James A. Fall. Forthcoming. Subsistence Harvests and Uses in Levelock, Southwest Alaska. Technical Paper No. Coffing, Michael W. Kwethluk Subsistence: Contemporary Land Use Patterns, Wild Resource Harvest and Use, and the Subsistence Economy of a Lower Kuskokwim River Area Community.
Technical Paper No. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service or we) is establishing spring/summer migratory bird subsistence harvest regulations in Alaska for the subsistence season.
This rule establishes regulations that prescribe frameworks, or outer limits, for .• The estimated subsistence harvest halibut forpounds net weight. • Of this total, 77% was harvested with setline (stationary) gear (longline or skate) and 23% was harvested with hand-operated gear (handline or rod and reel).
• The largest subsistence harvests occurred in Southeast Alaska (Halibut Regulatory Area 2C), at.