Economic and Social Sciences Research
The primary mission of the Economic and Social Sciences Research Program is to provide economic and sociocultural information that will assist NMFS in meeting its stewardship responsibilities. Those responsibilities are in part identified by the Federal regulatory analyses requirements.
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Recent Publications, Poster Presentations, Reports & Activities
- Utilizing oral histories to understand the social networks of Oregon fishermen in Alaska.
PACKAGE-WARD, C., and A. HIMES-CORNELL.
2014. Utilizing oral histories to understand the social networks of Oregon fishermen in Alaska. Hum. Organ. 73:277-288.
- Assessing climate change vulnerability in Alaska's fishing communities.
HIMES-CORNELL, A., and S. KASPERSKI.
2015. Assessing climate change vulnerability in Alaska's fishing communities. Fish. Res. 162:1-11.
- FishSET Spatial Economics Toolbox for Fisheries
By: ALAN HAYNIE
Conference: Alaska Marine Science Symposium, Anchorage, AK, Jan 2014
(2014 poster, .pdf, 4.57 MB) Online.
- Climate Change and Fisher Behavior in the Bering Sea Pollock Trawl and Pacific Cod Longline Fisheries
By: ALAN HAYNIE, LISA PFEIFFER
Conference: Alaska Marine Science Symposium, Anchorage, AK, Jan 2013
(2013 poster, .pdf, 1.2 MB) Online.
Gulf of Alaska Trawl Fishery Social Survey: Preliminary Results
A Unified Framework to Estimate Fish and Crab Prices
Examining the Flow of Revenues from North Pacific Fisheries
Assessing the Economic Impacts of 2011 Steller Sea Lion Protective Measures in the Aleutian Islands
- Division Research Reports and Activities
See the publications and poster databases for additional listings.