Organizations

UAA
Primary
NSF
Funding
ADFG
EPSCoR-ACE

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Upper Cook Inlet Drift and Set Gillnet Permit Usage and Ownership 1980-2014

Number of permits issued (solid) and fished (dashed) for the two Upper Cook Inlet commercial salmon fisheries (drift gillnet and set gillnet), by residency of permit holder (source: Alaska Commercial Fisheries Entry Comission).

For more information, please see the following journal article: Schoen et al. 2017. Fisheries. “Future of Pacific Salmon in the Face of Environmental Change: Lessons from One of the World’s Remaining Productive Salmon Regions.”

Complete

Data and Resources

  • Download

    Download :: Data- Kenai Fisheries Permits 1980-2014

    epscor-fisheries-figure-permit_activity_data.csv (10.7 KB)

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    Download :: Kenai Peninsula Fisheries Permit Ownership and Usage 1980-2014

    Supp Figure S2_Fishing permit ownership.pdf (124 KB)

  • View website

    Website :: Alaska Commercial Fisheries Entry Commission

    https://www.cfec.state.ak.us/

Status: Complete
Type: Data
Data Types: Database, Image
Primary Contacts
Name: Matt Reimer
Title: Assistant Professor of Economics
Email: mreimer2@alaska.edu
Other Contacts
Name: Mark Wipfli
Title: Professor of Freshwater Ecology, UAF
Email: mwipfli@alaska.edu
Name: Erik Schoen
Title: Post-Doctorate Researcher
Email: eschoen@alaska.edu
Primary Organizations
Type
University of Alaska Anchorage
Academic

Funding Organization
Type
National Science Foundation
Federal

Other Organizations
EPSCoR - Alaska Adapting to Changing Environments, Alaska Department of Fish and Game

Regions
Alaska, Kenai Peninsula, Southcentral

Collections
Alaska EPSCoR Southcentral Test Case

Source Portal
Alaska EPSCoR Data Portal

Direct Record Link
http://southcentral.epscor.alaska.edu/catalog/entries/8796-upper-cook-inlet-drift-and-set-gillnet-permit-u