Chukchi Sea Subsistence Monitoring
These studies provide long-term monitoring data to assess and mitigate potential direct and indirect (downstream) effects on offshore subsistence hunting and sharing network practices in the vicinity of the Chukchi Sea. Study results will identify whether subsistence hunting in the Chukchi Sea displays significant variation over time and whether such variation can be attributed to offshore oil and gas industrial activities, climate change, or other factors. Study results are used to identify conflicts pertaining to competing temporal and spatial uses.
This Program is composed of three individual projects which are also represented in Catalog: Study of Sharing Networks to Assess the Vulnerabilities of Local Communities to Oil and Gas Development Impacts in Arctic Alaska (AK-05-04a) COMIDA: Impact Monitoring for Offshore Subsistence Hunting (AK-08-04) Aggregate Effects Research and Environmental Mitigation Monitoring of Oil Industry Operations in the Vicinity of Nuiqsut (AK-08-09)
Publications: SRB&A. 1993. North Slope Subsistence Study Wainwright, 1988 and 1989. Prepared by Stephen R. Braund and Associates. USDOI, BOEM, OCS Alaska Region.
SRB&A. 2009. Synthesis: Three Decades of Research on Socioeconomic Effects related to Offshore Petroleum Development in Coastal Alaska. TR 2009-006.
Data and Resources
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Removed link BOEM Aggregate Effects and Environmental Mitigation Monitoring of Oil Industry Operations Near Nuiqsut Project Document
Removed link BOEM Impact Monitoring for Offshore Subsistence Hunting Project Document
Removed link BOEM Sharing Networks of Arctic Communities and Vulerability ot Oil and Gas Development Project Document