Survey Data of Community-Based Environmental and Species Observations from the Bering Sea Sub-Network, 2008-2009
The Bering Sea Sub-Network (BSSN) is comprised of a set of coastal communities representing six indigenous cultures: three in the Russian Federation and three in the United States. The objective of BSSN is to develop a framework that will enable residents in remote Arctic communities to systematically document physical and social changes occurring in their region. In 2008 and 2009, approximately 300 hunters and fishermen participated in a pilot project of harvest surveys covering species caught, species health, and intended use; changing climate and environmental conditions; location and travel information; and a review of harvest conditions.
This data set contains survey data from the pilot phase of BSSN.
The following example shows how to cite the use of this data set in a publication. For more information, see our Use and Copyright Web page.
Gofman, V., L. Alessa, A. Kliskey, and P. Cochran. 2011. Survey Data of Community-Based Environmental and Species Observations from the Bering Sea Sub-Network, 2008-2009. [indicate subset used]. Boulder, Colorado USA: National Snow and Ice Data Center. http://dx.doi.org/10.7265/N5Z31WK5.