Local knowledge, customary practices, and harvest of sockeye salmon from the Klawock and Sarkar...

Type
Literature
Publication
Ratner, N.C., P. Brown, J. Rowan, D. Yates, M. Smith, J. Dizard, A. Paige, and M.F.Turek. 2006. Local knowledge, customary practices, and harvest of sockeye salmon from the Klawock and Sarkar Rivers, Prince of Wales Island, Alaska. Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Division of Subsistence Technical
Paper No. 308. Juneau.
Year Published
2006
Description

"This report describes subsistence sockeye salmon harvest and use by the people of Klawock and Craig, Alaska at Klawock River and Sarkar River, Prince of Wales Island. Topics include the historic and contemporary methods of harvest and processing, location of sockeye fisheries, issues of competition, and distribution and exchange of salmon. Traditional Ecological Knowledge was collected through interviews with residents of Klawock and Craig. Observation of fisheries also provided information on which the report is based.”

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