EPSCoR - Alaska Adapting to Changing Environments

EPSCoR - Alaska Adapting to Changing Environments

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Access as used in Magdanz Paper "The Persistence of Subsistence: Wild Food Harvests in Rural Alaska, 1983-2013"

This data was made as part of the Alaska Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR) Northern Test Case. This data was collected to examine how human population size, percent indigenous, economy, urban/rural, and access influence subsistence harvests over time. For 354 survey projects in 179 small- and medium-sized communities for which the Division of Subsistence has comparable survey data from 1983 to 2013, we find that mean harvests per person are not associated with time alone. Mean harvests are associated with time for communities in the remote rural parts of the state, and they are slowly declining. In the rest of the sample of communities, harvests are not associated with time (i.e. there is no significant change over time).

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    Website :: Magdanz et al. 2016

    http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2779464

Status: Complete
Type: Data
Data Types: Database, GIS
Primary Contact
Schmidt, Jen
Email: jischmidt0@gmail.com
Primary Agency
EPSCoR - Alaska Adapting to Changing Environments
Type
Academic

Funding Agency
EPSCoR - Alaska Adapting to Changing Environments
Type
Academic

Other Agencies
National Science Foundation

ISO Topics
health, society

Geo-keywords
Alaska

Direct Record Link
http://northern.epscor.alaska.edu/catalogs/11745-access-as-used-in-magdanz-paper-the-persistenc
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