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READINGS (prior to presentation)
QUESTIONS POSED BY GALE TO CONSIDER DURING HER PRESENTATION
(1) How big is the Yukon River Drainage?
(2) What are the three major Yukon River fisheries managers and what do they have to do with each other? What is meant by “dual management?”
(3) What are five reasons why the Yukon River fisheries management is so complex?
(4) What roles does subsistence have to play in management priorities?
(5) What did the Yukon River Salmon Act of 2000 mandate?
(6) What does the North Pacific Fishery Management Council have to do with the Yukon River?
(7) What does “co-management” mean?
(8) What is the “up-river / down-river tension?”
(9) How might the CDQs influence river management?
(10) How does the Yukon River Drainage Subsistence Salmon Fishery Management Protocol drive management?
TAKE-AWAYS (After class points)
(1) The Yukon River is one of the most complex fisheries management systems in the world
(2) The Yukon River Salmon Act of 2000 states that the responsible management entity for the U.S. side is the Alaska Department of Fish and Game and that the Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) has management responsibility on the Canadian side
(3) The ADF&G and the USFWS have dual management responsibilities for subsistence
(4) Subsistence has priority under both state and federal regulations
There will be other take-aways later.
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