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This page allows you to search all of the reports and publications published in the scientific and technical reporting series by ADF&G's Commercial Fisheries, Sport Fish, and Subsistence divisions. There are three approaches you can use for searching these publications - The first two search through data fields in our publications database and the third will search through the text of the PDF documents themselves. Each method offers distinct advantages - roll the cursor over each search type to find out more!
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This page allows you to search all of the reports and publications published in the scientific and technical reporting series by ADF&G's Commercial Fisheries, Sport Fish, and Subsistence divisions. There are three approaches you can use for searching these publications - The first two search through data fields in our publications database and the third will search through the text of the PDF documents themselves. Each method offers distinct advantages - roll the cursor over each search type to find out more!
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This research combines Ahtna environmental knowledge with data from the biological and social sciences to document changes in the upper Copper River salmon fishery. Information in this report covers the period from 1989 to 2004. Ahtna elders have observed that over time, fisheries management and competition from other users have adversely affected the productivity of subsistence harvests. The Ahtna attribute effects on salmon spawning in the headwaters of the Copper River to environmental pollution and interception by commercial and recreational fishers. Since 1889, when the commercial fishing industry began, historical reports document various effects on Copper River salmon stocks and subsistence harvests. The...


    map background search result map search result map Ahtna knowledge of long-term changes in salmon runs in the Upper Copper River drainage, Alaska Ahtna knowledge of long-term changes in salmon runs in the Upper Copper River drainage, Alaska