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Catalog Record: Fall 2020 Subsistence Fishery Monitoring on the Colville River
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Fall 2020 Subsistence Fishery Monitoring on the Colville River

The fall harvest of Arctic Cisco (Coregonus autumnalis), or qaaktaq in Iñupiaq, on the Colville River has been monitored since the mid-1980s in response to concerns that increasing oil and gas development would affect the migrations and feeding behavior of arctic Cisco. This is the 35th year of industry-sponsored harvest monitoring effort of the Colville River fall fishery harvest.

The 2020 fishery began on 15 October, soon after ice conditions became safe for travel. Total fishing effort in 2020 was 1,130.9 adjusted net-days and was evenly distributed among the three primary fishing areas (Upper Niġliq fishing area, Nanuk fishing area, and Niġliq Delta fishing area).

Complete
2020-10-15
2021-01-01

Data and Resources

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    2020 Colville River Fall Fishery.pdf (5.7 MB)

Status: Complete
Start Date: 2020/10/15
Type: Report
End Date: 2021/01/01
Data Types: Report
Primary Contacts
Name: CPAI Environmental Studies Coordinator
Email: n1798@conocophillips.com
Other Contacts
Name: Caitlin Forster
Email: cforster@abrinc.com
Name: John C. Seigle
Email: jseigle@abrinc.com
Primary Organizations
Type
ABR, Inc.
Industry/Consultants

Funding Organization
Type
ConocoPhillips
Industry/Consultants

Regions
North Slope

Collections
ConocoPhillips Environmental Studies

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