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ID: 1472
Next steps toward an Arctic human dimensions observing system
Matthew Berman
March 2011
Polar Geography, 34 (1-2), Special Issue: Social Indicators for Observing Arctic Change (March-June 2011): 123-141.
ID: 1392
A Simple, Effective Project Selection System for the Alaska Ocean Observing System
Steve Colt, Ginny Fay, M. McCammon
February 2011
Steve Colt, G. Fay, M. McCammon, 2011. "A Simple, Effective Project Selection System for the Alaska Ocean Observing System," Marine Technology Society Journal 45(1) (Jan/Feb 2011): 68-74
ID: 1420
Strengthening Institutions for Stakeholder Involvement and Ecosystem-based Management in the U.S. Arctic Offshore
Sharman Haley, with L. Chartier, G. Gray, C. Meek, J. Powell, A. Rosenberg, and J. Rosenberg
2011
Sharman Haley, with L. Chartier, G. Gray, C. Meek, J. Powell, A. Rosenberg, and J. Rosenberg, "Strengthening Institutions for Stakeholder Involvement and Ecosystem-based Management in the U.S. Arctic Offshore," Chapter 6.6 in North by 2020: Perspectives on a Changing North, eds. Amy Lovecraft and Hajo Eicken. University of Alaska Press, 2011.
ID: 1419
Coastal and offshore oil and gas development: Balancing interests and reducing risks through collaboration and information exchange
Sharman Haley and Hajo Eicken, eds
2011
Sharman Haley and Hajo Eicken, eds. "Coastal and offshore oil and gas development: Balancing interests and reducing risks through collaboration and information exchange," Section 9 in North by 2020: Perspectives on a Changing North, eds. Amy Lovecraft and Hajo Eicken; University of Alaska Press, 2011.
ID: 1418
Observing Trends and Assessing Data for Arctic Mining
Sharman Haley, Nick Szymoniak, Matthew Klick, Tobias Schwoerer, and Andrew Crow
2011
Sharman Haley, Nick Szymoniak, Matthew Klick, Tobias Schwoerer, and Andrew Crow, "Observing Trends and Assessing Data for Arctic Mining," in Polar Geography, 34 (1-2) 37-61, 2011.
ID: 1402
Indigenous Social Adaptations in Northern Alaska as a Measure of Resilience
Stephanie Martin
2011
Stephanie Martin. In press 2011. "Indigenous Social Adaptations in Northern Alaska as a Measure of Resilience," Ecology and Society.
ID: 1371
Arctic observing network social indicators and northern commercial fisheries
Marie Lowe
2011
18 pp.
Found in Polar Geography 34 (1-2): 87-105.
Full citation: Lowe, Marie E. 2011. Arctic observing network social indicators and northern commercial fisheries. Polar Geography 34 (1-2): 87-105.
ID: 1445
The Political Economics of United States Marine Aquaculture
Gunnar Knapp
October 2010
prepared for the proceedings of the UJNR Scientific Symposium, The Present and Future of the Aquaculture Industry, Kagoshima, Japan, October 26, 2010.
ID: 1443
Voluntary Approaches to Transitioning from Competitive Fisheries to Rights-Based Management: Bringing the Field into the Lab
Gunnar Knapp and James Murphy
April 2010
in Agricultural and Resource Economics Review 39/2 (April 2010) 245-261.
ID: 1310
Defining Universal Service Funds: Are they accelerators or anachronisms?
Heather E. Hudson
March 2010
6 pp.
Article appears in Intermedia, March 2010, Volume 38, Issue 1
ID: 1601
In-State Gas Demand Study
Northern Economics, Inc.; Institute of Social and Economic Research, UAA; SAIC.
January 2010
283 pp.
Northern Economics, Inc.; Institute of Social and Economic Research, UAA; SAIC. In-State Gas Demand Study. Prepared for TransCanada Alaska Company, LLC. January 2010
ID: 1442
How will climate change alter fishery governance? Insights from seven international case studies
Gunnar Knapp, Alistair McIlgorm, Susan Hanna, Pascal Le Floc'H, Frank Millerd and Minling Pan
January 2010
in Marine Policy 34 (January 2010) 170-177.
ID: 1311
Data Survey and Sampling Procedures to Quantify Recreation Use of National Forests in Alaska
Ginny Fay, Steve Colt, and Eric M. White
January 2010
65 pp.
This article appears in United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, General Technical Report, PNW-GTR-808, January 2010
ID: 1444
The Future of Aquaculture: Insights from Economic Theory
Gunnar Knapp
2010
in Le Francois, Nathalie, Malcolm Jobling, Chris Carter, and Pierre Blier, eds., Finfish Aquaculture: Species Selection for Diversification. CAB International. 2010.
ID: 1405
Who moves and why: stylized facts about Inupiat migration in Alaska
Stephanie Martin
2010
Stephanie Martin. 2010. "Who moves and why: stylized facts about Inupiat migration in Alaska," in Lee Huskey and Chris Southcott (eds), Migration in the Circumpolar North: New Concepts and Patterns. Thunder Bay: Northern Studies Press.
ID: 1404
Demographic change, economic conditions, and subsistence salmon harvests in Alaska's Arctic Yukon Kuskokwim Region
Lance Howe and Stephanie Martin
2010
Lance Howe and Stephanie Martin. 2010. "Demographic change, economic conditions, and subsistence salmon harvests in Alaska's Arctic Yukon Kuskokwim Region." Pages 433-46, in C. C. Krueger and C.E. Zimmerman, editors. Pacific Salmon, Ecology and Management of Western Alaska's Populations. American Fisheries Society, Symposium 70, Bethesda, MD.
ID: 1403
Resilience of Athabascan subsistence systems to interior Alaska's changing climate
Gary P. Kofinas, F. Stuart Chapin, III, Shauna B. Burn-Silver, Jennifer I. Schmidt, Nancy L. Fresco, Knut Kielland, Stephanie Martin, Anna Springsteen, T. Scott Rupp
2010
Gary P. Kofinas, F. Stuart Chapin, III, Shauna B. Burn-Silver, Jennifer I. Schmidt, Nancy L. Fresco, Knut Kielland, Stephanie Martin, Anna Springsteen, T. Scott Rupp. 2010. "Resilience of Athabascan subsistence systems to interior Alaska's changing climate" in Canadian Journal of Forestry, 40: 1347-1359.
ID: 1393
Long-term changes in resource conditions on backcountry campsites in Prince William Sound, Alaska USA
Steve Colt, P. Twardock, C. Monz, M. Smith
2010
P. Twardock, C. Monz, M. Smith, S. Colt, 2010. "Long-term changes in resource conditions on backcountry campsites in Prince William Sound, Alaska USA," Northwest Science 84(3): 223-232.
ID: 1372
Contemporary Rural-Urban Migration in Alaska
Marie Lowe
2010
17 pp.
Alaska Journal of Anthropology. 8(2):71-88.
Full citation: Lowe, Marie E. 2010. Contemporary Rural-Urban Migration in Alaska. Alaska Journal of Anthropology. 8(2):71-88.
ID: 1378
Petroleum and the Alaska Economy
Scott Goldsmith with Jack Kruse and Eric Larson
May 2009
Scott Goldsmith, "Petroleum and the Alaska Economy," with Jack Kruse and Eric Larson, in Synthesis: Three Decades of Research on Socioeconomic Effects Related to Offshore Petroleum Development in Coastal Alaska, edited by Stephen R. Braund and Jack Kruse, U S Department of Interior, Minerals Management Service, MMS OCS Study Number 2009-006, May 2009.
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