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ADA PUBLICATIONS STATEMENT _ The Alaska Department of Fish and Game operates all of its public programs and activities free from discrimination on the basis of sex, color, race, religion, national origin, age, marital status, pregnancy, parenthood, or disability. For information on alternative formats available for this and other department publications,(More)
The Alaska Department of Fish and Game operates all of its public programs and activities free from discrimination on the basis of sex, color, race, religion, national origin, age, marital status, pregnancy, parenthood, or disability. For information on alternative formats available for this and other depafiment publications, please contact the department(More)
USeS Of wild fish, game, and plant resources in 1992. Interviews were conducted with 104 randomly selected households, a sample of 51 percent, using a standardized data gathering instrument. ln addition to resource harvest and use information, data on demography and aspects of the monetary sector of the local economy were also collected. The first chapter(More)
If you believe you have been discriminated against in any program, activity, or facility, or if you desire further information please write ABSTRACT This report summarizes the harvest and use of moose, caribou, black bear, and brown bear for the 12-month period April 1998 through March 1999 in select communities along the middle Yukon and Koyukuk rivers.(More)
This report presents findings from a research project to estimate the subsistence harvests of caribou, moose, and brown bear by residents of 12 communities of the northern Alaska Peninsula in two Association and the Division of Subsistence of the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, with partial funding provided by the United States Fish and Wildlife(More)
This report documents the harvests of moose, caribou, black bear, and brown bear for the year April 1997-March 1998 in IO communities along the middle Yukon and Koyukuk rivers in Alaska. The report presents information on the harvest, use, and sharing of big game resources, including the number of animals harvested and the sex, location, and month of(More)