Title: Documentary Film on the Oil Spill Impacts on Subsistence Use of Intertidal Resources
Project Year and Number: 2000: 00481
Other Fiscal Years and Numbers for this Project: 2001: 01481
Principal Investigator (PI): Gail Evanoff, Chenega Bay IRA Council
Assisting Personnel: Paul Panamarioff
Research Location: Prince William Sound
Restoration Category: General Restoration
Abstract: This project will produce a 27 minute documentary film on the impacts of the oil spill on the subsistence use of intertidal resources, including mussels, clams, chitons, and octopus, by residents of two predominantly Alaska Native communities: Chenega Bay in Prince William Sound and Ouzinkie on Kodiak Island. This project will build on two previous subsistence documentaries (projects 96214 and 98274) and will focus on the use of resources in the intertidal, the area hardest hit by oil, and broaden the discussion by bringing in the perspective of the residents of Chenega Bay, the first community directly in the path of the spilled oil, and Ouzinkie, the first Kodiak-area community to see the oil arrive. The documentary will compare the impact the spill has had on the use of intertidal resources in each community as well as the ongoing EVOS restoration efforts to help residents mitigate these impacts.
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Funding Detail For: 2000
Quarterly Project Tasks For: 2000
Annual Report: 2000: Not Available
Final Report: See Project 473
Publications from this Project: None Available
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