Title: Documentary Film on Subsistence Use of Herring, Herring Spawn, and Resources in the Nearshore Ecosystem in PWS
Project Year and Number: 1998: 98274
Other Fiscal Years and Numbers for this Project: None
Principal Investigator (PI): Gary Kompkoff
Assisting Personnel: None
Research Location: Prince William Sound
Restoration Category: General Restoration
Abstract: This project will produce a 28-minute film on the subsistence use of herring, herring spawn, and nearshore ecosystem resources in Prince William Sound. Historically, the nearshore ecosystem produced critical resources for subsistence users including herring spawn, octopus, clams, mussels, sea otters, harlequin ducks, and chitons. In the harbor seal documentary (Project /214) Tatitlek residents discussed their view of the relationship between the oil spill, Pacific herring populations, harbor seal populations, and their ability to pursue subsistence. This film will expand on this discussion by documenting all facets of herring and nearshore ecosystem resource use including the ecological and biological knowledge people use to harvest those resources.
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Funding Detail For: 1998
Quarterly Project Tasks For: 1998
Annual Report: 1998: Not Applicable
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Publications from this Project: None Available