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Kerlin, Madel

This report presents the results of a project to identify and understand changes in nonsalmon subsistence patterns in the Aniak River drainage during 2001-2003. Data were collected through key respondent interviews and household surveys in Aniak and Chuathbaluk. Key respondent interviews were conducted with 5 individuals in Aniak in 2002, and documented local knowledge related to critical habitats, life histories, and seasonal movements of nonsalmon species, along with changes in the quality and abundance of fish over time in the drainage. Household surveys on nonsalmon harvests were completed with most (80-90%) Aniak and Chuathbaluk households in 2002 and 2003, resulting in baseline subsistence harvest estimates...
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