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Kodiak Perceptions of Climate Change survey

Kodiak Perceptions of Climate Change survey

The SEALibrary was set up to make sure that studies of our area and the archipelago are available to local people. Meg du Bray, a doctoral student in Sociocultural Anthropology (Culture, Health, and Environment Lab), Arizona State University is in town through June 30th working on perceptions of water https://shesc.asu.edu/research/projects/global-ethnohydrology-study . However, she can send…

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2013 RURAL DETERMINATION REVIEW REGIONAL ADVISORY COUNCIL ACTION SUMMARIES

2013 RURAL DETERMINATION REVIEW REGIONAL ADVISORY COUNCIL ACTION SUMMARIES

New posting– 2013 RURAL DETERMINATION REVIEW REGIONAL ADVISORY COUNCIL ACTION SUMMARIES

http://sealibrary.wordpress.com/2014/03/18/2013-rural-determination-review-regional-advisory-council-action-summaries/

Additional selections on rural determination (eligibility under ANILCA title VIII to consumptive use of federal lands and waters) have also been posted at our sister site–
http://sealibrary.wo…

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2013 Subsistence Rural Determination transcripts available

2013 Subsistence Rural Determination transcripts available

http://sealibrary.wordpress.com/2014/03/03/transcript-2013sep24-rural-hearing/ Transcript of Kodiak Federal Subsistence Board Rural Determination Hearing Public Comment, September 24, 2013

http://sealibrary.wordpress.com/2014/03/03/transcript-2013sept25-kodiak-rac-rural/ Transcript Kodiak/Aleutians Federal Subsistence Regional Advisory Council Meeting, 25 September 2013

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STK Quarterly Newsletters

STK Quarterly Newsletters

All newsletter documents are pdf files.  Please note, 4th quarter newsletters are the Sun’aq Tribe’s Annual Report to the Membership and are located in “Reports.”

2013

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STK Council Meeting Minutes

STK Council Meeting Minutes

All Council Meeting Minute documents are links to pdf files

2013

2012

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M. Pamela Bumsted, Ph.D.
Environmental Project Manager
Sun'aq Tribe of Kodiak

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