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The study of coprolites (desiccated feces) is recognized as a viable method for analyzing parasitism of prehistoric peoples. Eight species of helminth parasites, including nematodes, cestodes, and acanthcephalans, have been recovered from archaeological sites on the Colorado Plateau. The comparative analysis of parasitological findings illustrates the effects of changing subsistence strategies and varying life-style on prehistoric human parasitism. This comparative study is based on the analysis of coprolites recovered from one Archaic hunter-gatherer site and two Anasazi agricultural villages. Hunter-gatherers are represented by coprolites from Dust Devil Cave in south-eastern Utah. Coprolites of prehistoric agriculturalists...
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This feature class describes areas used for subsistence harvesting of wolves in 2009 by surveyed households in Aniak, Alaska. This is a partial representation of areas used for resource harvesting in 2009.
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This feature class describes areas used for subsistence harvesting of moose in 2011 by surveyed households in Anvik, Alaska. This is a partial representation of areas used for resource harvesting in 2011.
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This points feature class describes areas used for subsistence harvesting of sheefish in 2011 by surveyed households in Anvik, Alaska. This is a partial representation of areas used for resource harvesting in 2011.
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This feature class describes areas used for subsistence harvesting of sheefish by surveyed households in Galena, Alaska. This is a partial representation of areas used for resource harvesting.
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This report presents updated information about subsistence uses of fish, wildlife, and plant resources in 5 communities of southcentral Alaska -- Iliamna, Newhalen, Nondalton, Pedro Bay, and Port Alsworth. The Division of Subsistence of the Alaska Department of Fish and Game conducted the study in collaboration with the National Park Service and Stephen R. Braund & Associates. The Pebble Project is a proposed open pit mine located 18 miles to the northwest of Iliamna and 18 miles southwest of Nondalton. The potential development of the mine requires updated baseline information about subsistence harvests and uses. Information was collected through systematic household surveys and mapping interviews. Scoping meetings...
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This report presents updated information about subsistence uses of fish, wildlife, and plant resources in 5 communities of southcentral Alaska -- Iliamna, Newhalen, Nondalton, Pedro Bay, and Port Alsworth. The Division of Subsistence of the Alaska Department of Fish and Game conducted the study in collaboration with the National Park Service and Stephen R. Braund & Associates. The Pebble Project is a proposed open pit mine located 18 miles to the northwest of Iliamna and 18 miles southwest of Nondalton. The potential development of the mine requires updated baseline information about subsistence harvests and uses. Information was collected through systematic household surveys and mapping interviews. Scoping meetings...
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This polygon feature class describes areas used for subsistence harvesting of moose in 2011 by surveyed households in Takotna, Alaska. This is a partial representation of areas used for resource harvesting in 2011.
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This feature class describes areas used for subsistence harvesting of sheefish by surveyed households in Ruby, Alaska. This is a partial representation of areas used for resource harvesting.
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This report presents updated information about subsistence uses of fish, wildlife, and plant resources in 5 communities of southcentral Alaska -- Iliamna, Newhalen, Nondalton, Pedro Bay, and Port Alsworth. The Division of Subsistence of the Alaska Department of Fish and Game conducted the study in collaboration with the National Park Service and Stephen R. Braund & Associates. The Pebble Project is a proposed open pit mine located 18 miles to the northwest of Iliamna and 18 miles southwest of Nondalton. The potential development of the mine requires updated baseline information about subsistence harvests and uses. Information was collected through systematic household surveys and mapping interviews. Scoping meetings...
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This feature class describes areas used for subsistence harvesting of sheefish in 2009 by surveyed households in Red Devil, Alaska. This is a partial representation of areas used for resource harvesting in 2009.
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This feature class describes areas used for subsistence harvesting of beaver in 2009 by surveyed households in Upper Kalskag, Alaska. This is a partial representation of areas used for resource harvesting in 2009.


map background search result map search result map BLM REA YKL 2011 Subsistence Harvest Areas of Wolf in Aniak, Alaska. BLM REA YKL 2011 Subsistence Harvest Areas of Moose in Anvik, Alaska. BLM REA YKL 2011 Subsistence Harvest Areas of Sheefish in Anvik, Alaska. BLM REA YKL 2011 Subsistence Harvest Areas of Sheefish (polygons) in Galena, Alaska. BLM REA YKL 2011 Subsistence Harvest Areas of Brown Bear in Nondalton, Alaska. BLM REA YKL 2011 Subsistence Harvest Areas of Northern Pike in Pedro Bay, Alaska. BLM REA YKL 2011 Subsistence Harvest Areas of Sockeye Salmon in Pedro Bay, Alaska. BLM REA YKL 2011 Subsistence Harvest Areas of Sheefish in Red Devil, Alaska. BLM REA YKL 2011 Subsistence Harvest Areas of Sheefish in Ruby, Alaska. BLM REA YKL 2011 Subsistence Harvest Areas of Moose in Takotna, Alaska. BLM REA YKL 2011 Subsistence Harvest Areas of Beaver in Upper Kalsakg, Alaska. BLM REA YKL 2011 Subsistence Harvest Areas of Sheefish (polygons) in Galena, Alaska. BLM REA YKL 2011 Subsistence Harvest Areas of Sheefish in Anvik, Alaska. BLM REA YKL 2011 Subsistence Harvest Areas of Sheefish in Ruby, Alaska. BLM REA YKL 2011 Subsistence Harvest Areas of Sockeye Salmon in Pedro Bay, Alaska. BLM REA YKL 2011 Subsistence Harvest Areas of Beaver in Upper Kalsakg, Alaska. BLM REA YKL 2011 Subsistence Harvest Areas of Sheefish in Red Devil, Alaska. BLM REA YKL 2011 Subsistence Harvest Areas of Moose in Anvik, Alaska. BLM REA YKL 2011 Subsistence Harvest Areas of Moose in Takotna, Alaska. BLM REA YKL 2011 Subsistence Harvest Areas of Brown Bear in Nondalton, Alaska. BLM REA YKL 2011 Subsistence Harvest Areas of Wolf in Aniak, Alaska.