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North Slope subsistence study
|Statement||submitted to U.S. Department of the Interior, Minerals Management Service, Alaska OCS Region ; prepared by Stephen R. Braund & Associates with Institute of Social and Economic Research, University of Alaska Anchorage.|
|Series||OCS study, Technical report ;, no. 133, Technical report (Alaska OCS Social and Economic Studies Program (U.S.)) ;, no. 133.|
|Contributions||United States. Minerals Management Service. Alaska OCS Region., Alaska OCS Social and Economic Studies Program (U.S.), Stephen R. Braund & Associates., University of Alaska Anchorage. Institute of Social and Economic Research.|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 93/02158 (H)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 81, 34 p. :|
|Number of Pages||81|
|LC Control Number||89602627|
The North Slope Borough has made a commitment to develop information about the region’s subsistence harvest and to share some of this information with the public, state and federal government and private industry. Most recently the North Slope Borough has released the Qaaktugvik (Kaktovik) Subsistence Harvest Report () as part of the. Get this from a library! Subsistence and the North Slope Inupiat: the effects of energy development. [John A Kruse; University of Alaska Anchorage. .
division of subsistence brittany retherford college road Fairbanks, Ak, [email protected] () In collaboration with Native village of point lay Native village of wainwright City of wainwright North slope borough wildlife department This study funded by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Office of Subsistence. The boundaries of the North Slope Borough (NSB) encomp square miles, stretching from the foothills of Alaska's Brooks Range to the coastline of the Arctic Ocean. NSB is a subdivision of the state of Alaska and provides the local government structure (similar to a county in other states). There are eight communities in this region: Anaktuvuk Pass, .
This means that reductions in wage employment opportunities lead to increased subsistence activity. For the North Slope, this implies that Prudhoe oil depletion will result in an increase in the use of subsistence natural resources. The second part of this study turns from the individual behavior to firm : William E. Nebesky. Nuiqsut Caribou Subsistence Monitoring Project: Years 1 through 10 () Final Report This Year 10 report presents the 10th year of data for the Nuiqsut Caribou Monitoring Project based on research conducted by Stephen R. Braund & Associates (SRB&A) under contract to ConocoPhillips Alaska, Inc. (COP).
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INTRODUCTION The North Slope Subsistence Study, sponsored by the Minerals Management Service (MMS), is a three year study of Barrow and Wainwright residents' subsistence harvests. The major focus of the study is to collect harvest and location data for species used in these communities in a manner that accurately represents total community Size: 3MB.
Get this from a library. North Slope subsistence study. Wainwright, [Stephen R Braund; United States. Minerals Management Service. Alaska OCS Region.; Stephen R. Braund & Associates.; University of Alaska Anchorage.
Institute of Social and Economic Research.;] -- This study of subsistence hunting and fishing by Inupiat people of the Wainwright area in. The North Slope Subsistcnce Study, sponsored by the hlincrals Management Service (MMS), is a threc year study of Barrow and Wainwright residents' subsistence harvests.
The major focus of the -study is to collect harvest and location data. North Slope Subsistence Study Barrow OCS Study MMS Social and Economic Studies ment of the Interior,r,rlQ•• ~ Minerals Management Service Alaska Outer Continental Shelf Region I '~.1 i I.
nomic and social roles played by the subsistence activities of the North Slope Inupiat. * Why Study Subsistence. Current Inupiat subsistence activities have for some years been a subject of consider able debate at state, national, and international levels.
The present round of. the course of this study and thus allow for increased local participation in local fish studies, stock management and planning efforts. Citation: Pedersen, S. and A. Linn, Jr. North Slope (Kaktovik) subsistence fish harvest assessment. Fish and Wildlife Service, Office of Subsistence Management.
Evaluation of Subsistence Harvest data from the North Slope Borough Census for Eight North Slope Villages: for the Calendar Year North Slope Borough Department of Wildlife Management, Barrow, Alaska.
Hepa, R., H.K. Brower, and D. Bates. 72 rows The North Slope Science Catalog facilitates the discovery, distribution and. Get this from a library. North Slope subsistence study: Barrow, final technical report. [United States. Minerals Management Service.
Alaska OCS Region.; Alaska OCS Social and Economic Studies Program (U.S.); Stephen R. Braund & Associates.; University of Alaska Anchorage. Institute of Social and Economic Research.;]. proposal regarding Unit 23 caribou under Old Business. Review of the new North Slope Subsistence Regional Advisory Council Charter was also added to the agenda.
Arctic Landscape Conservation Cooperative was removed from the agenda since they were no longer able to participate in the meeting.
Study of food chain pathways – environment to humans - Fish. This study, which is part of a larger food chain pathway project, includes analysis of the contaminant levels of freshwater and marine fish on the North Slope. Fish species sampled were arctic cod, arctic char, pink salmon, and fourhorn sculpin.
Subsistence Regional Advisory Council Meeting 1 Agenda NORTH SLOPE SUBSISTENCE REGIONAL ADVISORY COUNCIL North Slope Borough Savaat Center Barrow, Alaska August 20–21, a.m.
– p.m. AGENDA *Asterisk identiﬁ es action item. Get this from a library. North Slope subsistence study: Barrow, [United States. Minerals Management Service. Alaska OCS Region.; Alaska OCS Social and Economic Studies Program (U.S.); Stephen R.
Braund & Associates.; University of Alaska Anchorage. Institute of Social and Economic Research.;]. NORTH SLOPE Subsistence Regional Advisory Council Carl Johnson Sunset behind bowhead whale bones and umiaq frames in Barrow. Meeting Materials February 26–27, Fisheries Resource Monitoring Program – North Slope Region project reports North Slope Borough, Department of Wildlife Management Special Action Updates (if any) Office of Subsistence Management a.
General Update b. Fisheries Program Updates. NORTH SLOPE AND NORTHWEST ARCTIC SUBSISTENCE REGIONAL ADVISORY COUNCIL JOINT MEETING EGAN CONVENTION CENTER, ANCHORAGE, ALASKA October 18–19,A.M. - P.M. MINUTES. Members Present: North Slope Council. Harry J. Brower Jr., Barrow, Chair Rosemary Ahtuangaruak, Barrow Ray Koonuk, Point Hope Lee Kayotuk.
Economic Study of Subsistence Impacts The objective of this study was to better understand the economic impacts of development on subsistence uses and activities. It describes costs that individuals and families incur to continue subsistence. Research related to North Slope subsistence hunted animals indicates that: Levels of contaminants are generally low on the North Slope, and most are lower than other areas in the Arctic The health benefits of eating North Slope subsistence foods are recognized to outweigh the risks of being exposed to low levels of contaminants.
Get this from a library. North Slope subsistence study: Wainwright, and [United States. Minerals Management Service. Alaska OCS Region.; Stephen R. Braund & Associates.; University of Alaska Anchorage. Institute of Social and Economic Research.;].
The NSB-DWM worked to assess contaminant levels from global pollution sources in North Slope wildlife used for subsistence foods. We also looked at nutrient levels of bowhead whales especially.
We learned more about how contaminants and nutrient related chemicals tell us about our food web, environment, and the animals we use. Our studies help provide the factual documentation of the subsistence needs of North Slope Borough (NSB) residents.
With industrial activity expanding into new areas, arctic warming trends already affecting the marine and land environments, and some special interest groups trying to further regulate subsistence hunting.NORTH SLOPE SUBSISTENCE REGIONAL ADVISORY COUNCIL Meeting Minutes Febru Inupiat Heritage Center Barrow, Alaska Call to Order Meeting called to order by Secretary Lee Kayotuk via teleconference.
Roll Call and Establish Quorum Council members present: Robert Shears, Roy Nageak, Lloyd Leavitt, Lee Kayotuk (via.The Nuiqsut Environmental Information Website (NEIW) is a collaborative effort between ConocoPhillips Alaska Inc. (CPAI), the Bureau of Land management (BLM) and the North Slope Science Initiative (NSSI).
This website makes available environmental reports and maps that describe development and environmental conditions in the vicinity of the.