ISER Publication Archive
ID 1803Air and Water Violations in Alaska 2011-2019
Alaskans care about their environment. Whenever we discuss development and conservation proposals, there is always a discussion about whether our water and air are being protected and whether some industries have a good record protecting our air and water. Or not.
ID 1798Long-term benefits to Indigenous communities of extractive industry partnerships: Evaluating the Red Dog Mine
Article Or Book, 9pp.
The study was published online in Resource Policy and will appear in the print edition in June 2020.
ID 1789Hitchhikers on floats to Arctic freshwater: Private aviation and recreation loss from aquatic invasion
Article Or Book, 13pp.
ID 1799Adaptation to climate change in coastal communities: findings from seven sites on four continents
Article Or Book
ID 1771Ocean Acidification and Alaska
Presented to the Board of Fish on October 23, 2019.
ID 1770INSIGHT: Reducing Wildfire Risks and Damages the Smart Way
Article Or Book, 3pp.
Reproduced with permission. Published Oct. 22, 2019. Copyright 2019 The Bureau of National Affairs, Inc. 800-372-1033. For further use, please visit http://www.bna.com/copyright-permission-request/
ID 1772Institutional Change, Transactions Costs and Fisheries Reform: Two Illustrations from New Zealand
ID 1768Long-Term Trends in the Pacific Salmon Industry
Prepared for a symposium on “The Science of Pacific Salmon Conservation: Foundations, Myths, and Emerging Insights” Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society in Reno, Nevada on October 1, 2019.
ID 1762MicroFEWs: A Food–Energy–Water Systems Approach to Renewable Energy Decisions in Islanded Microgrid Communities in Rural Alaska
Article Or Book, 7pp.
ID 1756Aquatic Invasive Species Change Ecosystem Services from the World’s Largest Wild Sockeye Salmon Fisheries in Alaska
Article Or Book
Journal of Ocean and Coastal Economics