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The use of moose and other wild resources in the Tyonek and Upper Yentna areas

James A. Fall

The use of moose and other wild resources in the Tyonek and Upper Yentna areas

a background report

by James A. Fall

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Published by Alaska Dept. of Fish and Game, Division of Subsistence in Anchorage, Alaska .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby James A. Fall, Daniel J. Foster, Ronald T. Stanek.
SeriesTechnical paper / Alaska Dept. of Fish and Game, Division of Subsistence ;, no. 74, Technical paper (Alaska. Dept. of Fish and Game. Division of Subsistence) ;, no. 74.
ContributionsFoster, Daniel J., Stanek, Ronald T.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMicrofiche 84/2029 (S)
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationv, 44 p.
Number of Pages44
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2958212M
LC Control Number84201560

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The use of moose and other wild resources in the Tyonek and Upper Yentna areas by James A. Fall Download PDF EPUB FB2

THE USE OF MOOSE ANTI OTHER WILD RESOURCES IN THE TYONEK AND UPPER YENTNA AREAS: A BACKROUND REPORT James A. Fall/Daniel J. Foster/Ronald T.

Stanek Technical Paper Number 74 Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Subsistence Anchorage. THE USE OF MOOSE AND OTHER WILD RESOURCES IN THE TYONEK AND UPPER YENTNA AREAS A BACKGROUND REPORT by James A.

Fall, Resource Specialist III Dan Foster, Fish and Game Technician III Ronald T. Stanek, Resource Specialist II Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Subsistence Raspberry Road Anchorage, Alaska March The Use of Moose and Other Wild Resources in the Tyonek and Upper Yentna Area: A Background Report.

Technical Paper No. Fall, James A., Dan J. Foster, and Ronald T. Stanek. The Use of Fish and Wildlife Resources in Tyonek, Alaska. Technical Paper No. Kari, Priscilla Russell. Land Use and Economy of Lime Village. "Some children like cats. Some children like dogs. I like moose." Young, red-headed Molly declaration is somewhat of an understatement, as her bedroom contains a Moose - "Next 3 Miles" sign, a moose clock, moose slippers, moose bookends bracketing a shelf of moose books (including "Moose or Mooses?") and even a cactus resembling moose antlers!5/5(11).

Tyonek and Upper Yentna areas A background report: Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Division of Subsistence, Technical Pa44 p. Fall, J.A.,The use of fish and wildlife resources in Tyonek, Alaska: Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Division of Subsistence, Technical Paperp.

Foster, D.J.,The utilization of king salmon and the annual round of resource uses in Author: K.J. Lemke, B.A. May, A.M. Vanderpool. The book is about a girl who befriends three moose that come to live in her familys house.

They eventually return home and then the story focuses on their attempts to stay in touch. This story reminds me of listening to a child make up and tell their own story: Cute when you witness and hear it, not so great when you have to read it/5.

Swanson River field is located about 45 mi (72 km) southwest of Anchorage (Figure 1) in what is now known as the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge (formerly the Kenai National Moose Range).The field operates in an area of small lakes, wetlands, and rivers in rolling hill country dominated by alder, white spruce, and birch with average elevations ranging from to ft (61 to 91 m) above sea.

The moose (North America) or elk (Eurasia), Alces alces, is a member of the New World deer subfamily and is the largest and heaviest extant species in the deer adult male moose have distinctive broad, palmate ("open-hand shaped") antlers; most other members of the deer family have antlers with a dendritic ("twig-like") typically inhabit boreal forests and Class: Mammalia.

Public sightings of moose The maps at right depict the frequency of moose sightings reported to the NYS DEC each year since Note that these data likely include multiple sightings of the same moose by different people as moose are charismatic.

If you spot a moose. An Economic Analysis of Moose, Sheep, Bear, and Waterfowl Hunting in the Susitna Basin C. Riparian Ecosystems: Resource Values and Conflicts with Emphasis in the Matanuska-Susitna Borough D. The Use of Moose and other Wild Resources in the Tyonek and Upper Yentna Areas A Background Report.

However, the gas operators in that area are permitted to dispose of coproduced water at the surface. Other targets for coalbed methane development in the Upper Cook Inlet are in the Tyonek area where the coal beds in the Tyonek are as much as 50 ft (15 m) thick occurring at.

on patterns of wild resource use by residents of the portion of the Matanuska-Susitna Borough in Game Management Units 14B and 16A (called the Middle Susitna Basin in the report). Trail Maps and Guides special, consequential or other damages suffered by the user or any other person or entity whether from use of the product, any failure thereof or otherwise, and in no event will the State of Alaska’s liability to you or anyone else exceed the fee paid for the product.

cultural, and historic resources for the use. WILD RESOURCE USE IN NORTHWAY, ALASKA Martha F. Case Technical Paper No. Requests since by Northway and other Upper A record of land use areas and resources utilized there helps to establish a baseline for this priority.

Seasonal harvest data from a. Yentna are important waterways for salmon, and the land along these streams provides black bear habitat, moose winter range and timber for local use.

There is a concentration of mining claims along the Kahiltna River where it joins the Yentna. The numerous lakes north of the Yentna.

Other names denote important seasonal hunting and fishing areas. Across from present-day Anchorage, the mouth of Fish Creek was called K’eyghashutnu, meaning “Fish Harvest Creek." (The name for Fish Creek itself, K’enakatnu, from which “Knik” originates, cannot be. This page is a free service to help people find mining claims for sale or lease in Alaska.

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Fish and Game Harvest and Use in the Middle Susitna Basin: The Results of a Survey of Residents of the Road-Connected Areas of Game Management Units 14B and 16A, Technical Paper No. Fall, James A., Lee Stratton, and Robert J. Walker. moose. Try to scout one by hiking on the designated Moose Viewing Trail on the Gunflint or by exploring any number of hiking trails in the region.

Head up to Chik-Wauk Museum and Nature Center for a chance to not only view a moose on one of the nature center’s trails but also learn about moose and other wild creatures from a master naturalist.

Inthe Alaska Department of Fish and Game conducted a mark-recapture project and estimated the escapement of Chinook salmon to the Susitna River drainage atfish greater than millimeters ( inches) in length. This is the only drainage-wide Chinook salmon escapement estimate for the Susitna River.

Marine Protected Areas; Controlled Use Areas; Ecosystems. The Ecosystems; The Changing Landscape; Habitat Permits; Restoration & Enhancement. Lake and Stream Restoration; Fish Passage Improvement Program; Wildlife Habitat Enhancement; Landowner Assistance; Guides and Resources; Regulations. Fishing.

Sport Fishing Regulations; Commercial Fishing Regulations.A University of Alaska Fairbanks-led research team has developed a way to use satellite images to determine the amount of methane being released from northern lakes, a.The Nowitna River, or Novi as locals refer to it, is a non-glacial Class I river with a short bit of Class II river flowing north of the Kuskokwim Mountains and is a National Wild and Scenic River.

Much of its length is within the Nowitna National Wildlife Refuge, and for over miles, this tea-colored river slowly flows out of the Susulatna.