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  • Jennifer Johnson MPH, Desirae Roehl, +110 authors Larry Adams
  • 2011
Through adaptation, negative health effects can be prevented. the village of Point Hope enjoys one of the finest locations in Alaska for the harvest of subsistence resources, including fish, marine mammals, birds and caribou. This amazing place has allowed the Inupiat of Point Hope to flourish for centuries, and it is one of the oldest continuously occupied(More)
This report presents information on the caribou hunting areas, and caribou harvest levels for three study years (1981-83) by residents of the northeast Alaska community of Kaktovik. Based on compilation of detailed individual interviews with active caribou hunting households in the community, the general caribou hunting range was determined to cover about(More)
This study focuses on the spatial dimensions of land use associated with the procurement of wild resources by residents of Kaktovik, Alaska. Land use mapping with members of 21 households produced 33 map biographies, 15 community map biographies, and 3 summary maps covering the time span from about 1923 to 1983. Additionally, 188 place names of significance(More)
This report presents information on caribou hunting by Kaktovik residents during the 1983-84 regulatory year. Specific areas of investigation include location of the harvest sites, timing of harvest, level of harvest, sex composition of the harvest, transportation methods used to access harvest sites, identification of harvest work grows, and reasons why(More)
The impact of age-related resistance on the regulation of population dynamics of adult Trichuris suis was investigated in an experimental pig model. Helminth-naïve pigs varying in age from five weeks to four years were infected with T. suis to determine susceptibility to infection. Sows had a significantly lower establishment of adult T. suis worms compared(More)
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