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This handbook helps you to prepare and maintain your home and property for a range of natural disasters and extreme weather conditions, to prepare for an evacuation, and to recover after returning home.
This manual highlights types of injuries and health risks associated with boat maintenance and repair, and describes preventative measures and best practices to keep workers safe, including the use of personal protective equipment, doing a hazard analysis, and using material safety data sheets.
Helps fishermen learn strategies for distributing seafood, locating customers, packaging and shipping, and basic business planning. Download PDF or order a paper copy.
This publication answers questions about getting into the Alaska seaweed mariculture industry as a farmer or supporting business, describing a few hurdles to overcome, steps to take to get a permit, and how to set up and tend longlines seeded with kelp.
This publication answers frequently asked questions by the public about marine mammal remains found on Alaska beaches. The printable PDF simplifies the complex Endangered Species Act that has varied application depending on Native and non-Native Alaskan status, mammal species, and geographic location.
Researchers see China markets as a promising opportunity for sales of Alaska salmon. They interviewed consumers in major cities in China and found that buying seafood from pristine Alaska waters in a sustainable fishery is appealing to residents there, who are gaining disposable income.
Alaska residents, NGOs, tribes, city officials, developers, and lawyers have a convenient information source in this publication, covering the history and status of Alaska water laws. Issues about who has rights to Alaska waters involve public lands, subsistence, commercial fishing, mining, and the Clean Water Act, among others.
This publication presents the most current information about marine fishes in the US Arctic, where ice and other conditions have changed. Included are descriptions of 109 fish species, 20 of which were not previously known to be in the Arctic.
Illustrated children's book on Alaska king salmon migration and life cycle. Grades 5-7.
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