Alaska has natural resources of many kinds—fish and wildlife; oil and gas and metal deposits; thousands of lakes and rivers; and scenic beauty and wilderness areas, to name some. ISER researchers study many facets of the state’s natural resources—and forces that affect those resources—including commercial, subsistence, and sport fisheries; land and wildlife management issues; health of ecosystems; threats from invasive species; and people’s response to environmental change and risk.

Below you’ll find completed publications. Names of and contact information for ISER researchers who study the spectrum of issues related to natural resources are in the adjacent box.

Matthew Reimer, assistant professor of economics:

Jennifer Schmidt, assistant professor of natural resource management and policy:

Toby Schwörer, senior research professional:

Bob Loeffler, visiting professor of public policy:

Kevin Berry, assistant professor of economics:

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