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Data on Alaskan Population demographics ranging from 1940 to 2015

United States Census Bureau, Juliet Bachtel, John Randazzo & Erika Gavenus
These data comprise Census records relating to the Alaskan people's population demographics for the State of Alaskan Salmon and People (SASAP) Project. Decennial census data were originally extracted from IPUMS National Historic Geographic Information Systems website: https://data2.nhgis.org/main (Citation: Steven Manson, Jonathan Schroeder, David Van Riper, and Steven Ruggles. IPUMS National Historical Geographic Information System: Version 12.0 [Database]. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota. 2017. http://doi.org/10.18128/D050.V12.0). A number of relevant tables of basic demographics on age and race,...

Well Log Tracking System (WELTS)

Support Services Division Alaska Department Of Natural Resources
The Well Log Tracking System (WELTS) contains lithologic information submitted to the Division of Mining, Land and Water, Alaska Hydrologic Survey by water well contractors as required per Alaska State Statute 41.08.020(b4) authority delegated to the Alaska Hydrologic Survey per Department Order 115, require of water well contractors, the filing with it of basic water and aquifer data normally obtained, including but not limited to well location, estimated elevation, well driller's logs, pumping tests and...

Lithology per SASAP region and Hydrolic Unit (HUC8) boundaries for Alaskan watersheds

Jared Kibele & Rachel Carlson
This dataset was created to identify the dominant rock type of each SASAP region and each HUC8 watershed of Alaska. The Global Lithology Map (GliM) from the University of Hamburg (Hartmann, Jörg; Moosdorf, Nils (2012): Global Lithological Map Database v1.0 (gridded to 0.5° spatial resolution). PANGAEA, https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.788537, License: Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported) was combined with the "sasap_regions.zip" shapefile (located here: https://knb.ecoinformatics.org/#view/urn:uuid:2c1c26fc-bfb9-4b6a-8d4a-0be8e61c4deb) to create "Lithology_shp_regions.zip", a shapefile that contains measurements of the area covered by...

Data on Alaskan Population demographics ranging from 1940 to 2015

United States Census Bureau, Juliet Bachtel & John Randazzo
These data comprise Census records relating to the Alaskan people's population demographics for the State of Alaskan Salmon and People (SASAP) Project. Decennial census data were originally extracted from IPUMS National Historic Geographic Information Systems website: https://data2.nhgis.org/main(Citation: Steven Manson, Jonathan Schroeder, David Van Riper, and Steven Ruggles. IPUMS National Historical Geographic Information System: Version 12.0 [Database]. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota. 2017. http://doi.org/10.18128/D050.V12.0). A number of relevant tables of basic demographics on age and race, household...

Commercial loans data, Alaska

Alaska Department Of Commerce, Community, And Economic Development; Division Of Economic Development
This dataset includes Alaska commercial loan data from 1976-2016. These data were used for the State of Alaska Salmon and People (SASAP) project to examine fisheries related loans. The goal of the commercial fishing loan program is to provide long-term, low interest loans to improve the quality of Alaska seafood products. The program is operated by the Alaska Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development; Division of Economic Development. The loans promote development of resident...

Alaska Sport Fishing Licenses, 1993-2016

Alaska Department Of Fish
This dataset contains information about sport fishing licenses issued by the Alaska Department of Fish and Game from 1993-2016. A sport fishing license is mandatory for any resident over the age of 18 or nonresident over the age of 16 participating in sport or personal fishing activities in fresh or marine waters. Licenses are valid from the date of purchase through December 31st of the year of purchase. Data is collected via the application process...

Percent landcover per SASAP region and Hydrolic Unit (HUC8) boundary for Alaskan watersheds

Jared Kibele & Rachel Carlson
This dataset was created to assess the percentages of various landcovers in each SASAP region and each HUC8 watershed of Alaska (forest/shrub/barren/wetland). The 2010 National Land Cover Dataset ( "2005 North American Land Cover at 250 m spatial resolution. Produced by Natural Resources Canada/Canadian Center for Remote Sensing (NRCan/CCRS), United States Geological Survey (USGS); Insituto Nacional de Estadística y Geografía (INEGI), Comisión Nacional para el Conocimiento y Uso de la Biodiversidad (CONABIO) and Comisión Nacional...

Area burned by fire per SASAP region and Hydrolic Unit (HUC8) boundary for Alaskan watersheds

Jared Kibele & Rachel Carlson
This dataset was created to assess the area burned in each SASAP region and each HUC8 watershed of Alaska. Twenty rasters with annual fire data from 1992 to 2011 were aggregated to create a binary index of 0 (not burned) and 1 (burned) pixels, producing a geospatial dataset of total land area burned over 20 years in Alaska. The original source of the rasters is "Lindgren, Michael, T. Kurkowski, A. Springsteen. Fire History - Area...

Summary data of subsistence salmon catch from in-season fish camp surveys, Lower Kuskokwim River, Alaska, 2009-2016

Orutsararmiut Traditional Native Council
The Kuskokwim inseason subsistence catch monitoring project, a partnership between the Orutsararmiut Traditional Native Council (OTNC) and the Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADF&G), seeks to provide local input from subsistence fisherman on salmon management during the fishing season (Fishery Management Report No. 16-06). Salmon are a highly important resource to residents of the Kuskokwim river drainage, and account for the majority of all wild resources consumed for subsistence in this watershed. The subsistence...

Elevation per SASAP region and Hydrolic Unit (HUC8) boundary for Alaskan watersheds

Jared Kibele & Rachel Carlson
This dataset was created to assess regions and watersheds of Alaska for mean elevation, minimum elevation, maximum elevation, median elevation, standard deviation of elevation, range of elevation and coefficient of variation of elevation in each SASAP region and each HUC8 watershed of Alaska. Three DEM's were mosaicked to make an Alaska-wide tiff. These include separate files for Alaska, the Yukon, and British Columbia. They were combined with the "sasap_regions.zip" shapefile (located here: https://knb.ecoinformatics.org/#view/urn:uuid:2c1c26fc-bfb9-4b6a-8d4a-0be8e61c4deb) to create...

Slope per SASAP region and Hydrolic Unit (HUC8) boundary for Alaskan watersheds

Jared Kibele & Rachel Carlson
This dataset was created to assess regions and watersheds of Alaska for mean slope, minimum slope, maximum slope, median slope, standard deviation of slope, range of slope and coefficient of variation of slope in each SASAP region and each HUC8 watershed of Alaska. Three DEM's were mosaicked to make an Alaska-wide tiff. These include separate files for Alaska, the Yukon, and British Columbia. They were combined with the "sasap_regions.zip" shapefile (located here: https://knb.ecoinformatics.org/#view/urn:uuid:2c1c26fc-bfb9-4b6a-8d4a-0be8e61c4deb) to create...

Daily summaries of stream temperature at sites in Alaska, U.S. Geological Survey (USGS)

United States Geological Survey
Stream temperature is an important parameter to ecology, climate, and hydrology studies in Alaska. The United States Geological Survey (USGS) takes continuous stream temperature measurements at various sites around the state as part of the National Water Information Service (NWIS). Here the daily min, mean, and max temperature data (degrees C) at 116 stations across Alaska are included. Data are provided in site-level files, with an additional file describing site and station information. USGS generated...

In-situ stream temperature monitoring, central Alaska, 2008-2017

Inventory National Park Service
The National Park Service (NPS) has collected stream temperature data at 23 sites throughout the Central Alaska Network (CAKN). Sampling for each site occurred between 2008 and 2017 and the majority of the sites are ongoing monitoring sites. This dataset is part of a larger project to collect a comprehensive statewide inventory of current and historic continuous monitoring locations for stream and lake temperature. These data were provided by the National Park Service for archival...

In-situ stream temperature monitoring, southwest Alaska

Inventory National Park Service
Stream temperature is an important parameter to ecology, climate, and hydrology studies in Alaska. The National Park Service (NPS) has collected hourly stream temperature (C) data throughout southwest Alaska. Sampling for each site occurred at some point between 2006 to 2017; each sampling site has at least 1 year of data and at most 10 years. Most of the stream temperature monitoring sites are ongoing; however, some sites are missing data from 2015-2016 due to...

Statewide Sport Fish Harvest Survey for effort, catch, and harvest estimates, Alaska, 1996-2016

Alaska Department Of Fish
The Sport Fish Division of the Alaska Department of Fish and Game conducts an annual mail survey to estimate sport fish harvest and catch by fisheries, areas, regions in which the fish were caught, and species. Obtaining these data provides decision-makers with the information needed to maintain, protect, and improve recreational fisheries.The survey was first implemented in 1977, capturing harvest only metrics, but was expanded to include harvest plus fish caught and released in 1990....

Alaska Federal Subsistence Board Proposals 2000-2015

Taylor Brelsford, Steve Langdon & Jeanette Clark
The Federal Subsistence Board (FSB) is the decision-making body that oversees the Federal Subsistence Management Program. Board members include the regional directors of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, National Park Service, Bureau of Land Management, Bureau of Indian Affairs, the U.S. Forest Service, in addition to three public members appointed by the Secretaries of the Interior and Agriculture. Two of these public members represent rural subsistence users and one is the Federal Subsistence Board...

Commercial Crew Member Data from CFEC Permits, 2012-2017

Alaska Department Of Fish
The Commercial Fisheries Entry Commission (CFEC) is an independent, autonomous agency of the State of Alaska which regulates entry into Alaska's commercial fisheries. The CFEC is committed to promoting conservation and sustained-yield management of Alaska's unique fishery resources and boosting economic stability among fishermen and their dependents. The CFEC is responsible for leasing all commercial fishing permits including permits for limited-entry fisheries. Limited-entry fisheries include all state salmon fisheries, most herring fisheries, and various other...

Fish habitat permits for work in anadromous streams in Alaska, 2008-2018

Megan Marie & Jeanette Clark
This dataset contains a list of all the Fish Habitat Permits and permit amendments issued under The Anadromous Fish Act (AS 16.05.871- .901) for authority for work in anadromous streams from July 1, 2008 through Jun 30, 2018. The Anadromous Fish Act (AS 16.05.871- .901) requires that an individual or government agency provide notification and obtain permitted approval from the Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADFG) before conducting activities that may alter or affect...

In-situ stream temperature monitoring at fish weirs, Alaska, 2008-2015

United States Fish And Wildlife Service
US Fish and Wildlife Service Office of Subsistence Management (USFWS OSM) has collected twice hourly aquatic stream temperature (C) data at sites sites associated with fish weirs around Alaska. Sampling for each site occurred at some point between 2008 to 2015, but not all sites logged data for every year in the study period. Each sampling site has at least 352 days of data and at most 7.4 years. Some of the stream temperature monitoring...

Commercial Fisheries Entry Commission Basic Information Table, 1975-2016

Alaska Department Of Fish
The Commercial Fisheries Entry Commission (CFEC) is an independent, autonomous agency of the State of Alaska which regulates entry into Alaska's commercial fisheries. The CFEC is committed to promoting conservation and sustained-yield management of Alaska's unique fishery resources and boosting economic stability among fishermen and their dependents. The CFEC is responsible for leasing all commercial fishing permits including permits for limited-entry fisheries. Limited-entry fisheries include all state salmon fisheries, most herring fisheries, and various other...

National Park Service, Southeast Alaska Network, In-situ stream temperature monitoring of the Indian River, Salmon River, and Taiya River, 2010-2016

Christopher Sergeant
This dataset includes data on hourly water temperature (C) for the Indian River (Sitka), Salmon River (Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve), and Taiya River (Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park). These data were collected each year from 2010 to 2016, ranging from early spring/summer through the end of fall. Stream temperature can be an indicator of aquatic and terrestrial ecosystem health and one of twelve priority Vital Signs in the National Park Service’s Southeast...

North Pacific Fisheries Management Council and advisory panel members, 1976-2018, Alaska

Nicole Kimball, Taylor Brelsford, Steve Langdon, Jeanette Clark & Sharis Ochs
The following are tables listing all of the people who served on the North Pacific Fishery Management Council and Advisory Panel from Alaska from 1976-2018. The Council is composed of 15 members; 11 voting and 4 non-voting. Seven of the voting members are appointed by the Secretary of Commerce upon the recommendation of the governors of Alaska and Washington. The governors must submit three names for each vacancy occurring on the Council and may indicate...

Hydrologic Unit (HUC8) Boundaries for Alaskan Watersheds

Jared Kibele
The United States is divided and sub-divided into successively smaller hydrologic units which are classified into four levels: regions, sub-regions, accounting units, and cataloging units. The hydrologic units are arranged or nested within each other, from the largest geographic area (regions) to the smallest geographic area (cataloging units). Each hydrologic unit is identified by a unique hydrologic unit code (HUC) consisting of two to eight digits based on the four levels of classification in the...

Subsistence harvest information by region, community, resource, and year, 1964-2015

Alaska Department Of Fish
Subsistence uses of wild resources are defined as 'noncommercial, customary and traditional uses' for a variety of purposes. These include: direct personal or family consumption as food, shelter, fuel, clothing, tools, or transportation, for the making and selling of handicraft articles out of nonedible by-products of fish and wildlife resources taken for personal or family consumption, and for the customary trade, barter, or sharing for personal or family consumption. Under subsistence statute in Alaska, the...

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