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|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 ; [principal authors, Stephen R. Braund ... et al.].|
|Series||OCS study, Technical report ;, no. 136, Technical report (Alaska OCS Social and Economic Studies Program (U.S.)) ;, no. 136.|
|Contributions||Braund, Stephen R., United States. Minerals Management Service. Alaska OCS Region., Stephen R. Braund & Associates., University of Alaska Anchorage. Institute of Social and Economic Research.|
|LC Classifications||HC108.W24 N67 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 92, 28 p. :|
|Number of Pages||92|
|LC Control Number||90602424|
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North Slope Subsistence Study: Barrowand Report prepared for the Minerals Management Service Alaska OCS Region, U.S. Department of Interior, MMS OCS Study Braund, S.R. & Associates. Impacts and benefits of oil and gas development to Barrow, Nuiqsut, Wainwright and Atqasuk harvesters.
Report prepared for the. 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 northwest Alaska, on the.
The North Slope Borough. Additional Physical Format: Online version: North Slope subsistence study. Anchorage, Alaska: The Region,  (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource.
The North Slope Borough supported the school with a $3 million addition to the district general fund, in addition to an expected $, from the state (based on student enrollment). 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. subsistence within the NPR-A area of the North Slope. This work was a continuation of the previous study (see above) and also included documentation of the cultural importance of fisheries within the NPR-A to people using these resources.
This map shows the migration route of the BCB stock of bowhead whales that are hunted for subsistence on the North Slope. The Alaska Eskimo whaling communities and hunting areas are identified in red.
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sweeping changes in the social and economic life of the North Slope Inupiat. To determine the extent of these changes, this report examines current patterns of subsistence activity on the North Slope and compares these to observed patterns in nearby regions which have not experienced such intense exposure to outside influences.
The North Slope Science Catalog facilitates the discovery, distribution and preservation of scientific data and information products. These products assist agencies, organizations, and the public in evaluating the effects of past, ongoing, and anticipated development activities and environmental change on the North Slope.
North Slope Subsistence Study Barrow, OCS Studv MMS 91 ": Social and Economic Studies ••.c!u.s. Department of the Interior,r,rlQ Minerals Management Service Alaska Outer Continental Shelf Region.
Pat Petrivelli, Interagency Staff Committee, Subsistence Branch Chief Bureau of Indian Affairs Stacey Fritz, Anthropologist, Bureau of Land Management, Arctic Field Office, Fairbanks Bernadette Adams, North Slope Borough, Utqiagvik Felipe Farley, North Slope Borough Law Dept., Utqiagvik Roy M. Nageak, Sr., Utqiagvik.
Jobe Chakuchin, NPS, Subsistence support for regional office, Anchorage Hannah Atkinson, Anthropologist, NPS, Kotzebue Mark Burch, Area Management Biologist, ADF&G, Palmer Jill Klein, Special Assistant to the Commissioner, ADF&G Brian Person, Biologist, North Slope Borough, Department of Wildlife Management, Utqiagvik.
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. 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. 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, Atqasuk, Barrow, Kaktovik, Nuiqsut. 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. Inthe United States Geologic Survey completed a study of mineralization tracts (USGS OFR ) across the United States.
In the North Slope Borough, more than mineralization tracts were mapped for deposits that might host gold, silver, copper, zinc, lead or rare earth elements (widely used in modern electronic devices). USGS OFR 13 and 11 of the North Slope Council book.
James Nageak seconded. The motion carried with three votes for and one against. Justification: The Council supported the proposal because subsistence is a way of life. There are concerns about having to use a drawing permit. 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, Kaktovik.
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. 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.;]. NORTH SLOPE FEDERAL SUBSISTENCE REGIONAL ADVISORY COUNCIL PUBLIC MEETING Inupiat Heritage Center Barrow, Alaska Februarya.m. COUNCIL MEMBERS PRESENT: Harry K.
Brower, Jr. Chair Rosemary Ahtuangaruak (via. Alaska Natives of the North Slope, subsistence is a connection to the land and the way the Iñupiat passed down traditional knowledge through generations. It is not only a way of life, but also the joy of living from the gifts that the Creator provides.
V ILLAGE A REAS OF I. 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. Inthe North Slope Borough created the North Slope Higher Education Center, a cooperative effort between the North Slope Borough and the University of Alaska Fairbanks. The North Slope Higher Education Center’s Board and the North Slope Borough Assembly changed the institution’s name to Arctic Sivunmun Iḷisaġvik College in to.
Willow, a significant new oil discovery on Alaska’s North Slope, will be the first development in the northeast portion of the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska (NPR-A).
This discovery is one that will drive economic prosperity in Alaska, help meet U.S. energy demand with fuels, and maintain environmental responsibility standards that ensure we all have a bright energy future. NORTH SLOPE FISH SURVEY NPR : North Slope Fish Survey: MJM Research: Fish: Colville : Harvest Estimate and Associated Information for the Colville River Fall Fishery: MJM Research: Fish, Subsistence: Breakup Alpine : Alpine Facilities Spring Breakup Monitoring Alpine.
Over the past 15 years, high quality marine mammal tissue and fluid samples collected by subsistence hunters in the North Slope region of Alaska have been archived by the North Slope Borough (NSB).
Staff from both the NSB’s Department of Wildlife Management and the NWFSC have selected a subset of the samples for analyses of petroleum-related compounds to establish baseline concentrations in.
North Slope Science Initiative – Fostering Science. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): ABSTRACT. The arctic cisco (Coregonus autumnalis), known regionally by its Inupiat name qaaqtaq, is the principal target of fall subsistence and commercial fisheries that operate in the Colville River along the Alaskan Beaufort Sea.
Our conceptual model of the fisheries is based on more than two decades of continuous. Data Set Published / External EFS (Environmental and Fisheries Sciences) Division Project In Work Over the past 15 years, high quality marine mammal tissue and fluid samples collected by subsistence hunters in the North Slope region of Alaska have been archived by the North Slope Borough (NSB).
Staff from both the NSB’s Department of Wildlife Management and the NWFSC have. A balancing act. Increasingly accessible resources in the Arctic region have caught the imagination of potential developers.
For instance, exploration geologists believe the North Slope of Alaska and the seas around it hold some of the largest remaining deposits of oil, gas, and coal in the United States. Alaska North Slope. Acknowledgments This edition supercedes North Korea.' A Country Study, published in The authors wish to acknowledge their use of portions of that edition in the preparation of the current book.
The North Slope Subsistence Regional Advisory Council requested the new rules this year for the central North Slope, citing concern about the declining Western Arctic Herd, which was once Alaska. North Slope communities spoke out against the road repeatedly -- on local, state and federal levels -- citing a disruption in the caribou migration and an overall blow to their subsistence.
Division of Subsistence Fairbanks May ABSTRACT This report presents information on the caribou hunting areas, and caribou harvest levels for three study years () by residents of the northeast Alaska community of Kaktovik.
On the Alaskan side of the north slope. Alaska Boards of Fisheries and Game, Proposed Regulatory Changes Governing Subsistence Use of Fish and Game Resources, Advisory Committee Bylaws and Regional Resource Councils, to be Considered in Anchorage, Alaska, from March 24 Through Mac.
March Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Annual Report No. 11 (for ). Alaska Department of Fish and. Herman Ahsoak is a whaling captain and subsistence hunter in Utqiagvik. He is a member of the Inupiaq, whose people have lived on the North Slope for thousands of years.
Credit: Sabrina Shankman. Subsistence and the North Slope Inupiat: the effects of energy development. based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study.
The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied.ConocoPhillips white paper on cumulative effects as stipulated in the North Slope Borough Ordinance Serial No.generally known as Greater Moose’s - Tooth Two (GMT2).
The Oil Search study will take results, lessons learned, and methods developed, especially new quantitative and qualitative approaches, from.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 activities at desired levels in the Village of Nuiqsut.