1 edition of 1993 area management report for the recreational fisheries of northern Cook Inlet found in the catalog.
1993 area management report for the recreational fisheries of northern Cook Inlet
by Alaska Dept. of Fish and Game, Division of Sport Fish in Anchorage
Written in English
|Statement||by Craig Whitmore ... [et al.].|
|Series||Fishery management report -- no.94-6., Fishery management report (Anchorage, Alaska) -- no. 94-6.|
|Contributions||Whitmore, Craig., Alaska. Division of Sport Fish.|
|LC Classifications||SH222.A4 F5 No. 94-6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 228 p. :|
|Number of Pages||228|
“You have folks in Cook Inlet that have hung on for years and they’re trying to get out and go to Area M or Bristol Bay where they can hopefully make a living.” At Kodiak, which had a strong fishery, the value of seine permits value increased for the first time in many years from $30, to $40, Belhabib D, Padilla A, Sumaila UR and Pauly D () On governance in fisheries in Senegal: from top-down control to co-management, p. In: P Nunes, L.E. Svensson and A. Markandya (eds.) Handbook on the Economics and Management of Sustainable Fisheries.
The Years of the North Atlantic Humpback Project in to and the follow-up project, More North Atlantic Humpbacks, in to were international collaborations to monitor humpback whale populations, investigate human-caused deaths, and conduct various other surveys, including research on humpback songs, across many humpback habitats. Location of Special Fisheries in the Cook Inlet Area Special Management Areas in the Upper Cook Inlet (i.e., leaks or ruptures) at any of the onshore pipelines in Cook Inlet (Belmar ). However, a number of failures of the Cook Inlet underwater pipelines have occurred. Pipeline failures have been caused by current-induced.
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Whitmore C, Sweet D. Area management report for recreational fisheries of northern Cook Inlet, Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish. Report No. Each year NOAA Fisheries compiles key fisheries statistics from the previous year into an annual snapshot documenting fishing’s importance to the nation.
Home Page Navigation. Home Page Navigation Block. Laws & Policies. Permits & Forms. Spinal Deformities in Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta Fish Linked to Toxic Mineral Selenium, New Research Shows. incidence of Cook Inlet sockeye in KMA fisheries varies widely. It is inconsistent as to area, annual timing, and between years.” Moreover, the percentage of the Cook Inlet runs incidentally captured in the Kodiak fishery during are well within the ranges suggested by these earlier studies.
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_____, Commercial Fisheries Division, Annual Report, Cook Inlet Area, through editions. Inthe agency began producing separate reports for Cook Inlet's finfish and shellfish; init began producing separate reports for the upper and lower inlet. In four parts, included as part of the Bulletin of the Bureau of Fisheries for the year cited, a detailed statistical analysis of Alaska salmon fisheries by region: Part 1: Bristol Bay and the Alaska Peninsula,pp.
; Part 2: Chignik to Resurrection Bay (including Kodiak and Cook Inlet),pp. ; Part 3: Prince William Sound. (a) The relationship between an index of Cyprinid abundance and an index of walleye abundance (r 2 =, p=0O) and an index of walleye population fecundity versus an index of walleye abundance.
Add specific registration requirements for Cook Inlet Area groundfish fisheries. Clarify possession and landing requirements for the state-managed sablefish fishery in the Cook Inlet Area. Clarify possession and landing requirements for the parallel Pacific cod fishery in the Cook Inlet Area.
SFile Size: 4MB. Finally, exclusive use rights can be applied in recreational fisheries management by closing certain fishing areas to the commercial sector. Exclusive use is the most restrictive means of allocating harvest among sectors, and it is an increasingly common management strategy for mixed-use by: United States.
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Involved with management of commercial and sport fisheries, as well as "management of recreational users" on the Kenai River, he had watched the board process for 20 years. He referred to Cook Inlet and said there was a growing population that wanted to see change, whereas the board process had been directed to protect the status quo.
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For General Reference: () or [email protected]; For Historical Research and Photo Orders: () or [email protected] This area contains Critical Habitat for Cook Inlet belugas, is near the breeding grounds for the local harbor seal population, and serves as an occasional feeding ground for killer whales and harbor porpoises.
Cook Inlet is a large subarctic estuary roughly km ( mi) in. 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.
2 Robert N. DeArmond, "The Cook Inlet Fishing Industry" , p. 6, in DeArmond Research Material file #11, Cook Inlet Fisheries, Box V, Record Gr Cook Inlet Case Records, ss, ASA; Lewis G.
MacDonald, "Chronological History of Salmon Canneries in Central Alaska," in Alaska Fisheries Board and Alaska Department of Fisheries. 10 Fishers’ knowledge and the ecosystem approach to fisheries: applications, experiences and lessons in Latin America Reference Definition Major association Huntington () The concept of scientists using indigenous, or traditional, knowledge in their research has File Size: 3MB.
The collective ha (2-ac) footprint of the well represents a very small fraction of km 2 (7,mi 2) Cook Inlet surface area. Potential damage to the Cook Inlet benthic community will be limited, however, to the actual surface area of the three spud cans (collective total of m 2 (4, ft 2)) that form the “foot” of each.
PROJECTS. The following is a summary of research conducted by SRB&A: NPR-A IAP EIS (Bureau of Land Management) – in contract to EMPSi, SRB&A is responsible for the subsistence, cultural resources, and sociocultural sections of this EIS for the proposed oil and gas leasing of land within the NPR-A on the North Slope of Alaska.
Lower Cook Inlet Area Finfish Management Report. Fishery Management Report No. Fishery Management Report No. Juneau: Alaska Department of Fish and Game. According to an October report by the United States Bureau of Land Management, approximately 65% of Alaska is owned and managed by the U.S.
federal government as public lands, including a multitude of national forests, national parks, and national wildlife statehood: Territory of Alaska.The state of recreational fisheries management in New Zealand states that, depending on the species, New Zealand’s quota aggregation limits 20, 35 or 45 percent of the fish stock (https.The region included the Aleutian Archipelago, southern Bristol Bay, the south shore of the Alaska Peninsula, the Kodiak Archipelago, and southwestern Cook Inlet and nearby islands.
Surveys of sea otters in the area had indicated that numbers declined drastically beginning in the s (Estes et al.,Doroff et al., ).Cited by: 3.