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Catalog Record: NPR-A Key Subsistence Fish Species (2006-2010)
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Organizations

NSB
Primary
MJM
ADFG
ABR
BLM
ADNR

NPR-A Key Subsistence Fish Species (2006-2010)

Survey the fish community within drainages of NPRA with emphasis on Teshekpuk Lake, Chipp River, Dease Inlet, Meade River. This study incorporated habitat surveys of overwintering and spawning areas, net surveys, and harvest information for fish species used for subsistence within the NPR-A area of the North Slope. This work was a continuation of the previous study (General Ecology and Natural History of Important Subsistence Fish Species (2003-2008)) and also included documentation of the cultural importance of fisheries within the NPR-A to people using these resources.

Complete
1990-01-01
2010-12-31

Data and Resources

  • View website

    Website :: NSB Website

    http://www.north-slope.org/departments/wildlife-management/studies-and-research-projects/fish/important-subsistence-fish-species#generalecolandnathistory

Status: Complete
Start Date: 1990/01/01
Type: Project
End Date: 2010/12/31
Primary Contacts
Name: Craig George
Email: Craig.George@north-slope.org
Primary Organizations
Type
North Slope Borough
Local

Other Organizations
MJM Research, ABR, Inc., Alaska Department of Natural Resources, US Bureau of Land Management, Alaska Department of Fish and Game

Regions
North Slope

Direct Record Link
http://catalog.northslopescience.org/catalog/entries/3543-npr-a-key-subsistence-fish-species-2006-2010
Direct Full Map Link
http://catalog.northslopescience.org/catalog/entries/3543-npr-a-key-subsistence-fish-species-2006-2010/map