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Record #164727:

What's up? The transformation of upstream-downstream relationships on Alaska's Kuskokwim River / Syma A. Ebbin.

Title: What's up? The transformation of upstream-downstream relationships on Alaska's Kuskokwim River / Syma A. Ebbin.
Author(s): Ebbin, Syma A.
Date: 2002.
In: Polar Geography. (2002.), Vol. 26(2) (2002)
Abstract: Utlization of natural resources on Kuskokwim River has created series of dynamic and interconnected upstream-downstream problems. Increased salmon harvests, primarily in lower river, have impacted subsistence fisheries. Record high salmon catches and salmon prices in 1988 allowed fishermen to capitalize boats and gear, facilitating their ability to travel upriver to hunt moose. Changes reconfigured upstream-downstream relationships, altered fit of institutions to natural systems, led to new types of resource conflicts, created institutional challenges, and provide insights into institutional design.
Notes:

Polar Geography. Vol. 26(2) :147-166 (2002).

Keywords: 63 -- Renewable resources.
639.21 -- Fisheries, fresh-water.
639.1 -- Hunting, shooting and trapping.
502 -- Environmental issues.
556.51/.54 -- Rivers and streams: Kuskokwim.
N -- Renewable resources.
(*49) -- Alaska.
(*493) -- Alaska, interior.
SPRI record no.: 164727

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