2 edition of review of regional economic models for Alaska fisheries found in the catalog.
review of regional economic models for Alaska fisheries
Chang K. Seung
by Alaska Fisheries Science Center, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration in Seattle, Wash
Written in English
|Statement||Chang K. Seung and Edward C. Waters.|
|Series||AFSC processed report -- 2005-01.|
|Contributions||Waters, Edward C., Alaska Fisheries Science Center (U.S.), Pacific Fishery Management Council (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 119 p. :|
|Number of Pages||119|
Downloadable (with restrictions)! This study used computable general equilibrium (CGE) models to investigate the economic effects of three exogenous shocks to Alaska fisheries: (1) reduction in pollock allowable catch (TAC); (2) increase in fuel price; and (3) reduction in demand for seafood. Two different model versions, 'Keynesian' and 'neoclassical', were used to estimate impacts on. Downloadable (with restrictions)! Fishery managers are often provided with economic impact multipliers calculated using input-output (IO) or social accounting matrix (SAM) models. However, these multipliers measure total economic impacts and do not provide the fishery managers with the details underlying how and along what paths these total economic impacts are generated and transmitted.
The Alaska region is made up of 5 distinct ecosystems: the Gulf of Alaska (GOA), the Aleutian Islands (AI), the Eastern Bering Sea (EBS), the Beaufort Sea, and the Chukchi Sea (Alaskan Arctic). These support extensive high-value commercial fisheries, indigenous community’s subsistence uses, oil and gas development, and many other economic and. Geographic concentration of the Atlantic sea scallop fishery. Review of Regional Studies Wallmo, Kristy, and Rosemary Kosaka. Using choice models to inform large marine protected area design. Marine Policy He, Xi, and John Field (eds.), Aaron Mamula, Susan Sogard, William Watson, Nick Wegner, and Mary.
Statistical modelling of marine, inland, and total fish production of the country for the period of to was carried out using 'Local linear trend model' (LLTM), which belongs to the. Paul Johnson, "Conducting a Double Oral Auction in a High School Computer Lab: A Pilot Study", Gulf Coast Economics Association Conference, October Paul Johnson, "Alternative Measures of Distance in Gravity Models", Southern Economic Association Annual Meeting, November
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Alaska's coastal communities depend on healthy marine resources to support commercial and recreational fisheries, tourism, and the Alaskan way of life.
Our mission at NOAA Fisheries Alaska Regional Office is the science-based stewardship of Alaska’s marine resources and their habitats in the Gulf of Alaska, eastern Bering Sea, and Arctic oceans.
Current research projects include regional economic impact models, behavioral models of fishing operations, estimating the impact from climate change on fisheries and fishing communities, indicators of economic performance, and non-market valuation of living marine resources.
Economic Status Reports for Alaska Groundfish and Crab Fisheries. Abstract. InAndrews and Rossi reviewed input-output (IO)studies of U.S. fisheries. Since then, many more fisheries studies have appeared using IO and other types of regional economic models, such as Fishery Economic Assessment Models, Social Accounting Matrices, and Computable General Equilibrium : Chang K.
Seung and Edward C. Waters. Alaska Board of Fisheries proposal book information for the Alaska Department of Fish and Game. and review the guideline harvest level. Alaska Department of Fish and Game: Amend plan to prioritize the need to harvest all surplus salmon stocks and to maximize economic yield and the overall benefits from salmon stocks managed under the plan.
Alaska Department of Fish and Game P.O. Box W. 8th Street Juneau, AK Office Locations. BACKGROUND. With over 3 million lakes, 12, rivers, 6, miles of coastline, miles of estimated tidal shoreline, Alaska is one of the most bountiful fishing regions in the world, producing a wide variety of seafood.
With a coastline longer than all other states combined, Alaska is the only state to have a coast on three different seas: Arctic Ocean, Pacific Ocean and the Bering Sea. Alaska fisheries policy: economics, resources, and management. [Fairbanks] Institute of Social, Economic and Government Research, University of Alaska  (OCoLC) The Significant National Economic Impact of Alaska’s Seafood Industry Feeding the World and Alaska’s Economy with Sustainable Fisheries Nationally, the Alaska seafood industry creates an estima FTE jobs, $ billion in annual labor income, $ billion in economic output.
Alaska Region Fisheries • Up to and throughout most of the 19th century, the principle use of Alaska region fisheries was subsistence. In addition to salmon, herring, smelt, and halibut, subsistence users harvested marine mammals and seabirds. • During the late s, commercial fisheries developed for salmon, halibut, and cod.
Currently, the research topics being addressed cooperatively by program staff and scientists at the University of Washington, the University of Alaska, and the University of California, Davis include regional economic impact models, behavioral models of fishing operations, indicators of economic performance, and the non-market valuation of.
Alaska Fisheries Technical Report Number Abundance and Run Timing of Adult Pacific Salmon in the East Fork Andreafsky River, Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska, Jan Conitz. February Anchorage Physical Address.
7th Avenue, Suite Anchorage, AK Toll-Free: () within Alaska Phone: () Fax: () The Alaska region is made up of 5 distinct ecosystems: the Gulf of Alaska, the Aleutian Islands, the East Bering Sea, the Beaufort Sea, and the Chukchi Sea. These support extensive high value commercial fisheries, indigenous communities subsistence uses, oil and gas development, and many other economic and cultural uses.
Fisheries Team Report 3 Process Overview The Fisheries team is one of eight teams in Phase 2 of Strategic Pathways. Phase 2 began in early October when the teams met for the first time. During that first meeting, Session 1, there was a thorough orientation to the overall effort, and the charge, scope, and goal were refined.
Most. Fishes of Alaska is the only comprehensive guide to the marine and freshwater fishes of Alaska. Coverage extends out to the mile limit and down to the abyssal plains of the Arctic Ocean, Bering Sea, Gulf of Alaska, and North Pacific Ocean with accounts of species in families and 36 orders.
The SAFE report contains a review of the latest scientific analyses and estimates of each species' biomass and other biological parameters, as well as summaries of the available information on the GOA ecosystem and the economic condition of the groundfish fisheries off Alaska.
Get this from a library. An overview of Alaska's fisheries: catch and economic importance of the resources, participants in the fisheries, revenues generated, and expenditures on management. [Gordon H Kruse; Alaska.
Division of Commercial Fisheries.] -- An overview of Alaska's commercial, subsistence and sport fisheries to facilitate effective fishery resource fiscal planning by the Alaska.
Fisheries of the Exclusive Economic Zone Off Alaska; Revisions to the Annual Harvest Specifications Process for the Groundfish Fisheries of the Gulf of Alaska and the Bering Sea and Aleutian Islands Management Area This leaves only a short time to evaluate the survey data and update fishery models, obtain peer review of this work, receive.
Fisheries management has in the past relied on stock assessment models to set catch allowances or maximum sustainable yields, which do not include habitat data (Hart and Grabowski, ). In the traditional single-species stock assessment, catch, abundance, and life history data are used to construct models that are used to establish allowable.
SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT OF ALASKA'S FISHERIES 1 Stephen T. Grabacki, INTRODUCTION The living marine resources in the ocean off Alaska are truly of world-class proportions. Demersal and pelagic, marine and anadromous, finfish and shellfish -- Alaska's resources are known around the world for their abundance and diversity.
The annual report detailing national and regional economic impacts of U.S. fisheries totaled $ billion in value in with Alaska as usual producing more than the rest of the nation combined.
Alaska produced 58 percent of all landings and for the 20th straight year brought in the highest volume, according to the Fisheries of the.ANNUAL REPORT ALASKA FISHERIES BOARD AND ALASKA DEPARTMENT OF FISHERIES Report No 2 Paperback – January 1, Customer Reviews: Be the first to write a review; Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #17, in Books (See Top Author: Alaska Dept Fisheries.Commercial Fishing.
Commercial fishing in Alaska is worth over $ billion annually, counting only the "ex-vessel" value of the fish itself, as paid at the -added processing in AK takes this number to $ billion, and including indirect and induced economic output brings the annual total to .