3 edition of Preliminary harvest data: Port Graham/English Bay subsistence set net fishery found in the catalog.
Preliminary harvest data: Port Graham/English Bay subsistence set net fishery
by Alaska Dept. of Fish and Game, Division of Subsistence in [Anchorage]
Written in English
Microfiche. Anchorage : University of Alaska Arctic Environmental Information and Data Center, 1982? 1 microfiche : negative ; 11 x 15 cm.
|Statement||by Ronald T. Stanek.|
|Series||Technical paper / Alaska Dept. of Fish and Game, Division of Subsistence, Technical paper (Alaska. Dept. of Fish and Game. Division of Subsistence) ;, no. 29.|
|LC Classifications||Microfiche 84/224|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||84208694|
For Area 2C the GHL was set at 1,, Start Printed Page lb ( mt) net weight, and in Area 3A the GHL was set at 3,, lb (1, mt) net weight. When the Council recommended these GHLs, halibut stocks were considered to be near record high levels of abundance. Perceptions of the Sustainability of Alaska’s Highly Contested Cook Inlet Salmon Fisheries, Society & Natural Resources, , , DOI: /
The bill, which has been making its way through D.C. since , has deep ties to Alaska Marine Conservation Council’s “Graying of the Fleet” project. Conducted between – , the project examined the social, cultural, economic and geographic factors impacting local participation in fisheries in the Bristol Bay and Kodiak Island. United States Environmental Protection Agency Region 10 Sixth Avenue Seattle, WA Alaska Idaho Oregon Washington ©EPA Environmental Assessment for the New Source NPDES Forest Oil Redoubt Shoal Unit Production Oil and Gas Development Project Cook Inlet, Alaska National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Permit No. AK January Prepared by: Science .
On J , the Temporary Subsistence Management Regulations for Public Lands in Alaska were published in the Federal Register (55 FR ). Consistent with Subparts A, B, and C of these regulations, as revised January 8, , (64 FR ), the Departments established a Federal Subsistence Board to administer the Federal. Mussels, and shellfish in general, represent only a small portion (i.e., two to eight percent) of the fish and shellfish subsistence harvest for three of Cook Inlet's native villages (Tyonek, Nanwalek, and Port Graham). Finfish represent 74% to 80% of the harvest (with salmon representing 57% to 97% of the fmfish harvest).
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For household use. Methods include subsistence set nets, commercial set nets and seine, and rod and runs of pink and coho salmon occurred in in streams of the Port Graham subdistrict. English Bay's subsistence harvest was approximately 4, salmon.
percent larger than its harvest. In contrast, the salmon. salmon species, Port Graham has a preliminzy total harvest of 2, while English Bay hx-a preliminary total harvest of 2, for the period May through September.
Red salmon were the most abundantly harvested species in both communities totaling 1, for English Bay and 1, for Port Graham. Reds are. Stanek, Ronald T. Preliminary Harvest Data: Port Graham/English Bay Subsistence Set Net Fishery.
Technical Paper No. Stanek, Ronald T. Natural Resource Harvest at Port Graham and English Bay, An Interim Report. Technical Paper No. Stanek, Ronald T. Patterns of Wild Resource Use in English Bay and Port Graham, Alaska.
Board of Fisheries Proposal Book. Establish and define the Port Graham Section and English Bay Section in the Port Graham Subdistrict. Amend management plan to remove all restrictions and manage the commercial set gillnet fishery to harvest surplus Kasilof. 2 Ronald T. Stanek, Patterns of Wild Resource Use in English Bay and Port Graham, Alaska, (Anchorage, Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Subsistence Technical Paper No.
),Stanek interviewed two elderly men (Joe Tanape and Walter Meganeck) who "described going to hunting camps in the Port Dick, and Windy Bay and. Preliminary Release data set for reporting_agency, may only include preliminary release records.
PGHC Port Graham Hatchery Corporation (AK) PGST Port Gamble S'Klallam Tribe (WA) PLCO Pacific Lumber Company (CA) 7 - Agency Coding March 1, 8 – Fishery Coding 53 11 Set Net.
13 Drift Net. 15 Mixed Net. 20 Seine. The English Bay, Port Graham, and Seldovia canneries obtained their fish either from nearby fish traps or from fishing boats that stayed fairly close to home.
Beginning inhowever, a new cannery was built in Portlock, 12 miles southeast of English Bay, and a larger facility was constructed there in The Day the Water Died: Cultural Impacts of the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill' English Bay, Port.
Data on subsistence harvest patterns for years prior to the spill and after the spill are. (B) Subsistence landings of each species that constituted more than 2% of the annual invertebrate catch from Nanwalek and Port Graham, Alaska, from toand local human population size.
Alaska Department of Fish and Game P.O. Box W. 8th Street Juneau, AK Office Locations. Expert Agency Critique of the Preliminary Final EIS and the Federal Action Necessary on the Proposed Pebble Mine Permit Application. Throughoutexpert agencies informed the. Seafood as local food: Food security and locally caught seafood on Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula Philip A.
Loring, a,b, * S. Craig Gerlach, b and Hannah L. Harrison b. the difficulty of managing an already complex salmon fishery. The subsistence law called for the formation of the Subsistence Section (now Division of Subsistence), which is charged with the development of information related to the subsistence harvest and use of fish and game.
harvest numbers are still well below the 5-year subsistence harvest average () of 17, fish and well below the average of 44, (JTCJTC ). Subdistrict 4A’s harvest trends appear to follow the same trajectory as the Yukon River, with severely. This report was prepared as part of the final report series of the U.S.
Fish and Wildlife Service, Office of Subsistence Management, Fisheries Resource Monitoring Program, as the. ties contributed to more than one third of Cordova’ s fishery revenues, and the market price of PWS herring permits averaged $, Inthe herring pop ulation col.
In response to the purported advantages: (1) agency action nevertheless would be required to record and calculate the data reported on the CRCs, (2) the CRC method may produce a marginal increase in the precision and accuracy of the subsistence halibut harvest estimates, but surveying registered fishers is the same methodology used to estimate.
8/28/ 1/21/ 5/15/ 8/18/ 9/23/ Richard Moonin, Port Graham, (Salomon et al., ) In Checleset where sea otters were first transplanted in the s, we have noticed declines in most shellfish.
We have not been able to harvest urchins, geoduck, clams, scallops, or abalone for the last 10 years and the children have not had an opportunity to have these by: Detailed Berners Bay harvest data is available up to after which the season was closed until (Table 5).
From – cumulative, 32 rural communities in Southeast Alaska applied for draw permits to harvest moose in Berners Bay. Most of the applicants (15, of 17, applicants, about 88%) were residents of the nonrural Juneau area. Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion.
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