In September of 2013 we returned to several of the villages and discussed the results of our research and the decision-making exercises. We put together posters, slides and a handout which can be downloaded below.

Click here to download the handout we took out to each village. It discusses our project and some of the results.

Individual student projects can be found under the community specific tabs here.

We made several posters about our project. The first poster presents information about local cultural norms and subsistence practices.

The second poster discusses contemporary Yup'ik subsistence and the ethnographic methods used in our project.

The third poster provides information about the specific purposes for our research, what the different phases of our project were, and highlights results of the decision making exercises.

The fourth poster is the same as the third, except it is written in Russian.

Click here to download the handout that was distributed to each community in Kamchatka.

You can download a copy of each poster:
Poster 1: Salmon Harvests in Arctic Communities: Local Institutions, Risk, and Resilience

Poster 2: Contemporary Yup’ik Subsistence

Poster 3: Traditional Subsistence, Cooperation, and Sharing in Arctic Environments

Poster 4: Traditional Subsistence, Cooperation, and Sharing in Arctic Environments (Russian)