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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...

A Closed-Loop Simulation Model For In-season Management of Kuskokwim River Chinook Salmon, Tailored for a Value of Information Analysis and informed by Data Spanning 1984-2016

Ben Staton
In-season harvest management in large-scale subsistence fisheries for Pacific salmon is often conducted in the face of poor information (both quality and quantity). Before deciding which information sources to invest in generating or improving, it is prudent to first evaluate which will provide the greatest gains in management performance, and in which cases. We created a closed-loop simulation model to evaluate the Value of Information of various data sources for decision-making regarding in-season harvest management...

Alaska Board of Fisheries Members and Regions

Steve Langdon & Jeanette Clark
The following is a table listing all of the people who served on the Alaska Board of Fisheries Members from 1975-2017. The Board consists of seven members serving three-year terms and its main role is to conserve and develop the fishery resources of the state. Members are appointed by the governor, and then then must be approved by the legislature. The board provides a local forum for regional opinions on fish and game issues, facilitates...

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...

A Closed-Loop Simulation Model For In-season Management of Kuskokwim River Chinook Salmon, Tailored for a Value of Information Analysis and informed by Data Spanning 1984-2016

Ben Staton
In-season harvest management in large-scale subsistence fisheries for Pacific salmon is often conducted in the face of poor information (both quality and quantity). Before deciding which information sources to invest in generating or improving, it is prudent to first evaluate which will provide the greatest gains in management performance, and in which cases. We created a closed-loop simulation model to evaluate the Value of Information of various data sources for decision-making regarding in-season harvest management...

Annual salmon hatchery releases from the Hatchery Release Report Form, Alaska, 1952-2017

Alaska Department Of Fish, Madeline Jovanovich & Emily O'Dean
The data was taken from the Hatchery Release Report on the Alaska Department of Fish and Game website (https://mtalab.adfg.alaska.gov/CWT/reports/hatcheryrelease.aspx) on 04-04-2018. The data file HR002286.csv includes the annual salmon hatchery release data from 1952-2017 in Alaska. This dataset includes the total release count from different release agencies throughout the state. The file lists information about coded wire tag and Alaskan non-coded wire tag groups released since 1968. While there is information about non-Alaskan coded wire...

Coho salmon brood tables, northeast Pacific, 1967-2015

Stephanie Freund & Jeanette Clark
Brood tables, also called run reconstructions, utilize annual estimates of the total run (commercial catch plus escapement), and samples of ages, to estimate the number of recruits per age class. These data are useful for salmon biologists to understand salmon productivity and salmon life histories. These data can come in a number of different formats, but generally follow the pattern of: rows for each brood year, and columns for the estimated number of fish in...

Chinook salmon brood tables, northeast Pacific, 1976-2015

Jeanette Clark & Stephanie Freund
Brood tables, also called run reconstructions, utilize annual estimates of the total run (commercial catch plus escapement), and samples of ages, to estimate the number of recruits per age class. These data are useful for salmon biologists to understand salmon productivity and salmon life histories. These data can come in a number of different formats, but generally follow the pattern of: rows for each brood year, and columns for the estimated number of fish in...

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

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...

Commercial salmon harvest data: gross earnings and number of fish, Alaska, 1975-2016

Alaska Department Of Fish
This dataset contains annual commercial salmon harvest information from fisheries in Alaska from 1975-2016, provided by the Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADF&G). Included are the number of fish caught by salmon species, the number of people and permits issued, and the number of fish processors used, and vessels used. Three files are included with differing geographic resolutions, which from coarse to fine consist of spatial resolutions: commercial fishing area, commercial fishing district, and...

Daily salmon escapement counts from the OceanAK database, Alaska, 1921-2017

Alaska Department Of Fish
The number of mature salmon migrating from the marine environment to freshwater streams is defined as escapement. Escapement data are the enumeration of these migrating fish as they pass upstream, and are a widely used index of spawning salmon abundance. These data are important for fisheries management, since most salmon harvest occurs in freshwater rivers during this migration. Escapement data are collected in a variety of ways. Stationary projects utilize observers stationed along freshwater corridors...

Community Database Online, Road and Ferry Connectivity of Alaska Communities

Community Alaska Department Of Commerce
There is a high level of diversity of connectedness among Alaskan communities. Unlike the contiguous United States, a substantial number of Alaskan communities are not on the road system. When examining demographic, economic, or other sociocultural trends in Alaskan communities, knowing whether the community is on the road or ferry system is an important factor to consider. This dataset indicates whether communities in Alaska are accessible by the Alaska Marine Highway (ferry) and if they...

Estimated Values for Permanent Permits in Alaska's Limited Fisheries 1978-2017

Alaska Department Of Fish
The Commercial Fisheries Entry Commision (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. To ensure effective management of commercial fisheries, all vessels used for commercial fishing or related activities must be licensed by the CFEC. This includes fishing vessels, tenders, packers,...

Ruinous Monument': Transporting Objects in Herbert's Persepolis

Nedda Mehdizadeh
As part of his journey to Persia in 1626, travel writer Sir Thomas Herbert visits the ruins of the ancient political center of the Persian Empire, Persepolis. Rather than narrating the customs, dress, or histories of the inhabitants as he does elsewhere in his travelogue, A Relation of Some Yeares Travaile, Herbert gives a detailed account of the size, structure, and material of the palace. He sifts through the stones of the rubble and imagines...

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Powers of the Hoard: Further Notes on Material Agency

Jane Bennett
There exists a rich metaphysical tradition in the West that engages stuff—animal, vegetable, and mineral—as lively intensity, as vital force. Take, for example, Spinoza’s belief that every body (person, fly, stone) comes with a conatus or impetus to seek alliances that enhance its vitality; or Diderot’s materialist depiction of the universe as a spiderweb of vibrating threads; or Thoreau’s account of The Wild within human and nonhuman nature; or Lucretius’s physics of atoms that swerve,...

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PISCO: Physical Oceanography: moored temperature data: Strawberry Hill North 15m, Oregon, USA (SHN15X)

& Jack Barth
This metadata record describes moored seawater temperature data collected at Strawberry Hill North 15m, Oregon, USA, by PISCO. Measurements were collected using a HOBO U22 Water Temp Pro V2 (Onset Computer Corp. U22-001) beginning 2014-07-23. The instrument depth was 004 meters, in an overall water depth of 15 meters (both relative to Mean Sea Level, MSL). The sampling interval was 2.0 minutes.

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PISCO: Physical Oceanography: moored temperature data: Strawberry Hill North 15m, Oregon, USA (SHN15X)

& Jack Barth
This metadata record describes moored seawater temperature data collected at Strawberry Hill North 15m, Oregon, USA, by PISCO. Measurements were collected using a HOBO U22 Water Temp Pro V2 (Onset Computer Corp. U22-001) beginning 2014-07-23. The instrument depth was 001 meters, in an overall water depth of 15 meters (both relative to Mean Sea Level, MSL). The sampling interval was 2.0 minutes.

PISCO: Physical Oceanography: moored temperature data: Strawberry Hill North 15m, Oregon, USA (SHN15X)

& Jack Barth
This metadata record describes moored seawater temperature data collected at Strawberry Hill North 15m, Oregon, USA, by PISCO. Measurements were collected using a Onset Tidbit V2 Temp Data Logger (Onset Computer Corp. UTBI-001) beginning 2014-06-10. The instrument depth was 004 meters, in an overall water depth of 15 meters (both relative to Mean Sea Level, MSL). The sampling interval was 2.0 minutes.

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PISCO: Physical Oceanography: moored temperature data: Strawberry Hill North 15m, Oregon, USA (SHN15X)

& Jack Barth
This metadata record describes moored seawater temperature data collected at Strawberry Hill North 15m, Oregon, USA, by PISCO. Measurements were collected using a Onset Tidbit V2 Temp Data Logger (Onset Computer Corp. UTBI-001) beginning 2014-06-10. The instrument depth was 009 meters, in an overall water depth of 15 meters (both relative to Mean Sea Level, MSL). The sampling interval was 2.0 minutes.

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