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John A Kruse Professor Emeritus of Public Policy, Program Director Institute of Social and Economic Research, University of Alaska Anchorage 3211 Providence Drive, Anchorage, Alaska 99508 Role in Project Dr. Kruse will serve as the project Principal Investigator and as a collaborating senior investigator in the marine mammal hunting and social outcomes components of the project. Professional Preparation Ph. D., Social Psychology, Economics, Survey Research, University of Michigan, 1975 Master of Regional Planning, Natural Resources, University of Michigan, 1975 B.A., Biology, Environmental Studies, Williams College, 1972 Appointments 1997-present 1994- 1997 1985- 1997
1979- 1984 1975- 1979 1973- 1975
Professor Emeritus and Program Director, Institute of Social and Economic Research, University of Alaska Anchorage Director, Institute of Social and Economic Research Professor of Public Policy, Institute of Social and Economic Research; joint appointment in the School of Public Affairs, University of Alaska Anchorage Associate Professor of Public Policy, Institute of Social and Economic Research; joint appointment in the School of Business and Public Affairs, University of Alaska Anchorage Associate Professor of Survey Research, Institute of Social and Economic Research, University of Alaska Assistant Professor of Survey Research, Institute of Social and Economic Research, University of Alaska Assistant Study Director, Institute for Social Research, The University of Michigan
Publications (i) Kruse, J.A., White, R.G., Epstein, H.E., Archie, B., Berman, M.D., Braund, S.R., Chapin III, F.S., Charlie Sr., J., Daniel, C.J., Eamer, J., Flanders, N., Griffith, B., Haley, S., Huskey, L., Joseph, B., Klein, D.R., Kofinas, G.P., Martin, S.M., Murphy, S.M., Nebesky, W., Nicolson, C., Peter, K., Russell, D.E., Tetlichi, J., Tussing, A., Walker, M.D., Young, O.R., 2004. Sustainability of Arctic Communities: An Interdisciplinary Collaboration of Researchers and Local Knowledge Holders. Ecosystems 7:815-828. Andersen, T., Kruse, J., Poppel, B. 2002. Survey of Living Conditions in the Arctic, Arctic – Journal of the Arctic Institute of North America, Vol. 55, No. 3. University of Calgary. Kruse, Jack. 1991. Alaska Iñupiat Subsistence and Wage Employment Patterns: Understanding Individual Choice, Human Organization, 50(4):317-326. Kruse, Jack .1986. Subsistence and the North Slope Iñupiat: The Effects of Energy Development, Chapter in Contemporary Alaskan Native Economies, Steve Langdon (ed.), University Press of America. Braund, Stephen R., John Kruse, Frank Andrews. 1985. A Social Indicators System for OCS Impact Monitoring, Technical Report No. 116, Minerals Management Service. Publications (ii) Kruse, John, Judith Kleinfeld, Robert Travis. 1982. Energy Development on Alaska's North Slope: Effects on the Iñupiat Population. Human Organization, Vol. 41, No. 2, 1982, pp. 97 106.
Kofinas, G., Billy Archie, S. Braund, Johnny Charlie, Sr., J. Eamer, Sarah James, J. Kruse, C. Nicolson, Joe Tetlichi. 2002. Community Contributions to Ecological Monitoring: Knowledge Co-Production in the US-Canada Arctic Borderlands. In: The Earth is Faster Now: Indigenous Observations of Arctic Environmental Change. Igor Krupnik and Dyanna Jolly, Eds. Arctic Research Consortium of the United States in cooperation with the Arctic Studies Center, Smithsonian Institution. Nicloson CR, Starfield AM, Kofinas GP, Kruse JA. 2002. Ten heuristics for interdisciplinary modeling projects. Ecosystems 5:376-84. Kruse, Jack, Dave Klein, Steve Braund, Lisa Moorehead, and Bill Simeone. 1998. CoManagement of Natural Resources: A Comparison of Two Caribou Management Systems. Human Organization, 57(4):447-458. Kruse, Jack. 1984. The Iñupiat and Development: How Do They Mix? Chapter 7 in United States Arctic Interests: The 1980s and 1990s. W. Westermeyer and K. Shusterish, editors. Springer Verlag Synergistic Activities (1) Survey of Living Conditions in the Arctic. Dr. Kruse has directed the U.S. component of this project. He established the Alaska Native Management Board to direct the project. Board members come from Iñupiat regional and statewide organizations. He facilitated the international questionnaire development, maintains the project website, and has taken a lead role in the analysis phase. See www.arcticlivingconditions.org (2) Traditional Knowledge and Native Foods. Dr. Kruse collaborated with Patricia Cochran to assist Alaska Native communities to address concerns about the safety of Native foods. Funded by the Environmental Protection Agency. See www.nativeknowledge.org (3) Arctic System Science & SEARCH. Dr. Kruse chaired the Arctic System Science Committee for the Arctic Research Consortium of the United States for six years and currently chairs the Responding to Change Panel for Search. See www.arcus.org (4) Sustainability of Arctic Communities Project. Served as PI for a collaboration of 23 researchers and five Native communities in Alaska and Canada to model potential community changes resulting from a combination of climate change, resource development, tourism, and changes in government spending. See www.taiga.net/sustain (5) Facilitated discussions between Native, state, and federal representatives on management alternatives for the Western Arctic Caribou Herd. Supported by the Man and the Biosphere Program, the National Science Foundation, and the Alaska Department of Fish and Game. Collaborators Abryutina, Larissa, Andersen, Thomas, Andreev, Oleg, Archie, Billie, Beach, Hugh, Berman, Matthew, Braund, Stephen , Chapin III, F.S. , Charlie Sr., J. , Cochran, Patricia, Daniel, Collin, Eamer, Joan, Epstein, Howard , Flanders, Nicolas , Griffith, Brad, Haley, Sharman , Huskey, Lee, Joseph, Bernice , Klein, Dave , Kofinas, Gary , Kruse, Jack, Lewis, Dave, Martin, Stephanie, Murphy, Steve, Nebesky, Will , Nergaard, Jens-Ivar, Nicolson, Craig, Poppel, Birger, Russell, Don, Tetlichi, Joe, Tussing, Arlong , Walker, Marilyn , White, Robert, Young, Oran Graduate and Post-graduate Advisor : Marquis, Stewart, Crowfoot, James, Kalter, Neil, Marans, Robert, Richardson, Curtis – all University of Michigan and likely retired. Thesis Advisor and Post-graduate Sponsor : Martin, Stephanie (University of Texas); Hanna, Virgene (University of Michigan). No other students.
John L. Bengtson, Director National Marine Mam m al Laboratory Alaska Fisheries Science Center, National Marine Fisheries Service, NOAA 7600 Sand Point W ay NE, Seattle, W A 98115 U.S.A. Professional preparation Cornell Univ., Shoals Marine Lab, ME Carthage College, Kenosha, W I Univ. of Alaska, Fairbanks, AK Univ. of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN Univ. of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN British Antarctic Survey, Cam bridge, UK
Marine science Biology W ildlife ecology Ecology Ecology Marine ecology
College credits (1973) B.A. with honors (1975) Graduate credits (1975) M.S. (1980) Ph.D. (1981) Post-doctoral (1981-1983)
Director, National Marine Mam m al Laboratory, Alaska Fish. Sci. Ctr., Seattle, W A Affiliate Assoc. Professor, Coll. of Ocean Sciences, Univ. of W ashington, Seattle, W A Acting Chief, Marine Mam m al Division, National Marine Fisheries Service, W ash., D.C. Leader, Polar Ecosystem s Program , National Marine Mam m al Laboratory, Seattle W A W ildlife Biologist, National Marine Mam m al Laboratory, Seattle, W A Research Associate, National Research Council, W ashington, D.C. Scientific Consultant, U.S. Marine Mam m al Com m ission, W ashington, D.C. Research Assistant, Dept. Ecology and Behavioral Biology, Univ. Minnesota, MN Visiting Staff Scientist, Los Alam os Scientific Laboratory, Los Alam os, NM Research Fellow, Alaska Coop. W ildlife Research Unit, Univ. Alaska, AK
Publications (i) Bengtson, J.L., A.V. Phillips, E.A. Mathews, and M.A. Sim pkins. In press. Com paring harbor seal survey m ethods in glacial fjords. Fishery Bulletin. Bengtson, J.L., L.M. Hiruki-Raring, M.A. Sim pkins, and P.L. Boveng. 2005. Ringed and bearded seal densities in the eastern Chukchi Sea, 1999-2000. Polar Biology 28:833-845. Sim pkins, M.A., L.M. Hiruki-Raring, G. Sheffield, J.M. Grebm eier, and J.L. Bengtson. 2003. Habitat selection by ice-associated pinnipeds near St. Lawrence Island, Alaska in March 2001. Polar Biology 26:577-586. Boveng, P.L., J.L. Bengtson, D.E. W ithrow, J.C. Cesarone, M.A. Sim pkins, K.J. Frost and J.J. Burns. 2003. The abundance of harbor seals in the Gulf of Alaska. Marine Mam m al Science 19:111-127. Ackley, S.F., J.L. Bengtson, P.L. Boveng, M. Castellini, K.L. Daly, S. Jacobs, G.L. Kooym an, J.L. Laake, L. Quetin, R. Ross, D.B. Siniff, B.S. Stewart, I. Stirling, J. Torres, and P.K. Yochem . 2003. A top-down, m ultidisciplinary study of the structure and function of the pack-ice ecosystem in the eastern Ross Sea, Antarctica. Polar Record 39:219-230. Publications (ii) Bengtson, J.L. and M.F. Cam eron. 2004. Seasonal haulout patterns of crabeater seals (Lobodon carcinophaga). Polar Biology 27:000-000. Hooker, S.K., I.L. Boyd, M. Jessopp, O. Cox, J. Blackwell, P.L. Boveng, and J.L. Bengtson. 2002. Monitoring the prey-field of m arine predators: Com bining digital im aging with datalogging tags. Marine Mam m al Science 18:680-697. Boveng, P.L., L.M. Hiruki, M.K. Schwartz, and J.L. Bengtson. 1998. Population growth of Antarctic fur seals: lim itation by a top predator, the leopard seal? Ecology, 79:2863-2877. Boveng, P.L. and J.L. Bengtson. 1997. Crabeater seal cohort variation: dem ographic signal or statistical noise? Pp. 241-247 In B. Battaglia, J. Valencia, and D.W .H. W alton (eds.), Antarctic Com m unities. VI SCAR Biology Sym posium . Cam bridge University Press.
Testa, J.W ., G. Oehlert, D.G. Ainley, J.L. Bengtson, D.B. Siniff, R.M. Laws, and D. Rounsevell. 1991. Tem poral variability in Antarctic m arine ecosystem s: periodic fluctuations in phocid seal populations. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci., 48:631-639. Synergistic activities 2004-present 1999-2004
Co-Convenor, U.S./Russia Marine Mam m al W orking Group, an inter-governm ental collaboration to prom ote cooperative scientific research Chief Scientist, U.S. Antarctic Pack Ice Seals (APIS)Program , a m ulti-disciplinary project to evaluate the interactions am ong apex predators, prim ary and secondary producers, hydrography, and sea ice in the eastern Ross Sea, Antarctica. Convenor, SCAR Group of Specialists on Seals (m em ber since 1983). Mem ber, Harbor Seal Co-Managem ent Com m ittee of the National Marine Fisheries Service and the Alaska Native Harbor Seal Com m ission Chairm an, International Steering Com m ittee for the Antarctic Pack Ice Seals (APIS) Program Mem ber, U.S. Delegation to CAFF (Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna), W orking Group of the Arctic Council Convenor, W orking Group for the CCAMLR Ecosystem Monitoring Program Mem ber, U.S. Delegation to CCAMLR (Convention for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources)
Collaborators and other affiliations (i)
Recent collaborators: Steve Ackley, Clarkson Univ., Potsdam , NY; Marthan Bester, Univ. of Pretoria, Pretoria, South Africa; A.S. Blix, Departm ent of Arctic Biology, Trom sø, Norway; Ian Boyd, British Antarctic Survey, Cam bridge, United Kingdom ; Michael Cam eron, Univ. of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN; Kendra Daly, Univ. of South Florida, St. Petersburg, FL; Chris Fox, Pacific Marine Environm ental Laboratory, NOAA, Newport, OR; Stan Jacobs, Lam ont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Palisades, NY; Jerry Kooym an, Scripps Institute of Oceanography, La Jolla, CA; Beth Mathews, Univ. of Alaska, Juneau; Joachim Ploetz, Alfred-W egener Inst. for Polar Research, Brem erhaven, GE; Lori Quakenbush, Alaska Departm ent of Fish and Gam e, Fairbanks, AK; Langdon Quetin, Univ. of California, Santa Barbara, CA; Robin Ross, Univ. of California, Santa Barbara, CA; Mike Sim pkins, Marine Mam m al Com m ission, W ashington, D.C.; Donald Siniff, Univ. of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN; Robert Sm all, Alaska Departm ent of Fish and Gam e, Juneau, AK; Colin Southwell, Australian Antarctic Division, Kingston, Australia; Brent Stewart, Hubbs-Sea W orld Research Institute, San Diego, CA; Jose Torres, Univ. of South Florida, St. Petersburg, FL.
(ii) Graduate advisor:
M.S.: Prof. Donald B. Siniff, University of Minnesota Ph.D.: Prof. Donald B. Siniff, University of Minnesota
(iii) Postdoctoral students:
Dr. Robert Russell, National Research Council Fellow (1995-1998) Dr. Michael Sim pkins, National Research Council Fellow (2000-2004)
Robert A. Montgom ery, M.S., Univ. of W ashington (2003-2005)
MATTHEW D. BERMAN Professor of Economics Institute of Social and Economic Research University of Alaska Anchorage 3211 Providence Drive Anchorage, Alaska 99508 Phone: 907-786-5426 e-mail: [email protected] PROFESSIONAL PREPARATION B.A., Magna Cum Laude in Economics, Harvard College, 1972. M.A., M. Phil., Economics, Yale University, 1974. Ph.D., Economics, Yale University, 1977. Dissertation Title: Short-run Price Determination. Rockefeller Foundation Post-Doctoral Fellow in Environmental Affairs, Trustees for Alaska, Anchorage, AK, 1978-79. APPOINTMENTS 1998-Present: Professor of economics, Institute of Social and Economic Research, University of Alaska Anchorage 1986-1998: Associate Professor of economics, Institute of Social and Economic Research 1981-1986: Assistant Professor of economics, Institute of Social and Economic Research 1977-1981: Assistant Professor of Public Affairs, Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs, University of Texas, Austin, Texas 1976-1977: Research Assistant, Department of Economics, Yale University, New Haven, CT 1975-1976: Research Assistant, Institution for Social and Policy Studies, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut 1974-1975: Teaching Assistant, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut FIVE MOST RELEVANT PUBLICATIONS Berman, M. Nicolson, C., Kofinas, G., Martin, S. 2004. "Adaptation and Sustainability in a Small Arctic Community: Results of an Agent-Based Simulation Model," Arctic, 57(4): 401-414. Berman, M., Kofinas, G. 2004. "Hunting for Models: Rational Choice and Grounded Approaches to Analyzing Climate Effects on Subsistence Hunting in an Arctic Community," Ecological Economics, 49(1): 31-46. Kruse, J.A., White, R.G., Epstein, H.E., Berman, M.D and others. "Modeling Sustainability of Arctic Communities: An Interdisciplinary Collaboration of Researchers and Local Knowledge Holders," Ecosystems (2004) 7: 815-828. Huskey L., Berman, M., Hill, A. 2004. "Leaving Home, Returning Home: Migration as a Labor Market Choice for Alaska Natives," Annals of Regional Science, 38(1): 75-92. Berman, M., and Kim, H.J. 1999. "Endogenous On-site Time in the Recreation Demand Model," Land Economics, 75(4): 603-619. OTHER PUBLICATIONS Berman, M., Fenaughty, A. 2005. "Technology and Managed Care: Patient Benefits of Telemedicine in a Rural Health Care Network," Health Economics 14(6): 559-573. Berman, M. 2002. "Alcohol Control Policies and American Indian Communities," in Alcohol Use Among American Indians: Multiple Perspectives on a Complex Problem, .in P.D. Mail, S.
Heurtin-Roberts, S.E. Martin, and J. Howard, eds. National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, Research Monograph No. 37. Bethesda, MD: National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, pp. 87-110. Berman, M., and Hull, T. 2001. "Alcohol Control by Referendum in Northern Native Communities: the Alaska Local Option Law," Arctic, 54(1):77-83. Berman, M. Hull, T., May, P. 2000. "Alcohol Control and Injury Death in Alaska Native Communities: Wet, Damp, and Dry Under Alaska's Local Option Law," Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 61(1): 311-319. Berman, M., Haley, S., Kim, H.J. 1997. "Estimating Net Benefits of Reallocation: Discrete Choice Models of Sport and Commercial Fishing," Marine Resource Economics, 12(4): 307-27. SYNERGISTIC ACTIVITIES Study of Environmental Arctic Change (SEARCH): coordinated development of human dimensions research for the Implementation Plan, co-chairs Understanding Change science panel. Worked with Alaska Federation of Natives Youth and Elders Conference and Sobriety Movement to interpret research on alcohol control. Collaborated with Jack Kruse and others on web-based integrated assessment modeling of effects of climate change and development on arctic communities: http://www.taiga.net/sustain. Served on the Second International Conference on Arctic Research Planning (ICARP) II Working Group 10: Rapid Change, Resilience and Vulnerability. Board member and past president, International Association for Energy Economics, Alaska Chapter. PH.D. ADVISOR AND RECENT COLLABORATORS Ph. D. advisor: James Tobin, Yale University (deceased). No post-doctoral scholars and three post-graduate scholars sponsored in the past five years: Stephanie Martin (U. Alaska Anchorage), Tobias Schwoerer (Simon Fraser U.), Gaku Ishimura (U. British Columbia). Recent collaborators and co-editors: Konstantin Klokov (St. Petersburg State U, Russia); Bruce Forbes, (U Lapland, Finland); David Douglas (US Geological Survey); Gennady Belchansky (Russian Acad. Sciences); Leonid Kolpaschikov, Extreme North Agric. Res Inst., Russia; U. Rashid Sumaila, Ed Gregr, Gaku Ishimura (U. British Columbia); Lee Huskey, Stephanie Martin, Alexandra Hill, Teresa Hull, Jack Kruse, Sharman Haley, Arlon Tussing, Wayne Edwards, Lance Howe, Brad Tuck, Mary Killorin (U Alaska Anchorage); Gary Kofinas, Robert White, F.Stuart Chapin III, Brad Griffith, David Klein, Marilyn Walker, Bernice Joseph, Jerry McBeath, Jonathan Rosenberg (U Alaska Fairbanks); Don Russell, Joan Eamer (Canadian Wildlife Service); William Nebesky, Andrea Fenaughty (Alaska Div. of Public Health); George Conway, Nicolle Mode, Diana Bensyl, Jan Manwaring, Katherine Moran (Nat. Inst. of Occ. Safety and Health); Nick Flanders, Oran Young (Dartmouth College); Craig Nicolson (U Mass. Amherst), Howard Epstein (U Virginia), Billie Archie (Inuvialuit Hunters & Trappers Committee), Colin Daniel (ESSA Technologies Ltd.), Steve Murphy (Alaska Biological Research), Steve Braund (SRBA), Joe Tetlichi (Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation), Johnny Charlie Sr. (Ft. McPherson), Kias Peter (Arctic Village); Jack Hicks (Nunavut Arctic College); Rober Harcharek (North Slope Borough).
Stephen G. Colt Assistant Professor of Economics Institute of Social and Economic Research, University of Alaska Anchorage 3211 Providence Drive, Anchorage, Alaska 99508 Role in the Project Dr. Colt will lead the tourism component of the project. Professional Preparation Williams College, Economics with Environmental Studies concentration, summa cum laude, B.A., 1981 M.I.T., Economics, Ph.D., 1999. Appointments University of Alaska Anchorage: Dept of Economics, Associate Prof (2004-), Assistant Prof (19982004); Environmental Studies Progam, Director (1998- ); Institute of Social and Economic Research, Visiting Assistant Prof (1987-1991), Research Economist (1992-1998)
M.I.T., Dept of Economics, Teaching Fellow (1986-1987) Harvard, Kennedy School of Government, Research Assistant (1984) Five Most Relevant Publications Colt,S., Pretes, M. 2005 “Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act.” Encyclopedia of the Arctic. M. Nuttall, ed. New York: Routledge. Colt, S. 2005. “Alaska Natives and the ‘New Harpoon’: Economic Performance of the ANCSA Regional Corporations.” Journal of Land, Resources, and Environmental Law 25 (winter), pp. 155-181. Colt, S., & Huntington, H. (2003). Oceans, watersheds, and humans: facts, myths and realities. Chapter 12 in The Status of Alaska’s Oceans and Watersheds 2002. Anchorage: Exxon Valdez Trustee Council. Colt, S., Martin, S., Mieren, J., & Tomeo, M. (2002). Recreation and tourism in south-central Alaska: patterns and prospects. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-551. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 78 p. http://www.fs.fed.us/pnw/pubs/gtr551/ Colt, S., Griffin, J., and Knapp, G. (2002). Incremental cost assessment of proposed project. Appendix A of Project Brief: Conservation and Sustainable Use of Wild Salmonid Diversity in Kamchatka, Russia. New York: United Nations Global Environment Facility / UNDP. Selected Other Publications Chaney, R, Colt, S., Johnson, R., Weiss, C. (2004). Galena electric power: A situational analysis. (Draft) Prepared for U.S. Department of Energy, National Energy Technology Laboratory. DE-AM26-99FT40575. Colt, S. (2003). Fiscal and economic impacts of Homer town square proposed development alternatives. Prepared for Kachemak Heritage Land Trust. Anchorage: Institute of Social and Economic Research http://www.iser.uaa.alaska.edu/Publications/homer_townsquare_report.doc Colt, S. (2001) The economic importance of healthy Alaska ecosystems. Anchorage: Institute of Social and Economic Research. http://www.iser.uaa.alaska.edu/Publications/healthy_ecosystems.pdf
Colt, S. (1994). “Alaska Native regional corporations” in Native America in the Twentieth Century, An Encyclopedia. New York: Garland. Colt, S. (1991) Financial performance of native regional corporations. Alaska Review of Social and Economic Conditions 28(2): 1-10 Knapp, G., and Colt, S. (1986). The Alaska economy: where we are and how we got here. University of Alaska Magazine (June). Synergistic Activities • • • • • •
Recent courses taught: development economics, natural resources, envir. econ. & policy, intro to envir. studies, senior seminar in envir. studies, microeconomic. principles, comparative political economy. Founding director, UAA undergraduate environmental studies program (1998 – present) Developer (using NSF-CCLI) and co-director, Alaska Earth Systems Field School (2000 – present) UAA Center for Community Engagement and Learning, advisory board (2000 – present) Public Service – answer inquiries and make numerous public presentations on energy/nature tourism/environment Board of Directors and Vice Chair, Alaska Natural History Association (1999-2005).
Collaborators and other Affiliations Recent Collaborators: Robert Chaney (SAIC Corp., Anchorage AK) Virginia Fay (consulting economist, Anchorage AK) Henry Huntington (consulting scientist, Eagle River, AK) Ronald Johnson (U of Alaska Fairbanks) Gunnar Knapp (U of Alaska Anchorage, ISER) Richard Weiss (U of Alaska Fairbanks) Advisors: Peter Temin (MIT), Michael Kremer (Harvard) Postgraduate students: none
Gerard Duhaime Professor Chaire de recherche du Canada sur la condition autochtone comparée Centre interuniversitaire d'études et de recherches autochtones (CIÉRA) Pavillon Charles-De Koninck Université Laval Québec, QC, CANADA G1K 7P4 Role in the Project Dr. Duhaime will serve as a collaborating senior investigator in the social outcomes component of the project. Professional Preparation Ph.D. Sociologie (sociologie économique), Université Laval, 1987. M.A. Science politique, Université Laval, 1982 B.Sc. Université de Montréal, 1980. Science politique (analyse politique), Publications (i) Duhaime, G., N. Bernard et A. Caron (à paraître). Mining on Aboriginal Lands. In Beavon, D. and C. Voyageur. Hidden in Plain Sight. University of Toronto Press. Duhaime, G. (à paraître), Données existantes et méthodes innovatrices pour l’étude de la condition autochtone. Organisation des Nations Unies, Département des affaires économiques et sociales, Forum permanent sur les questions indigènes. Duhaime, G., N. Bernard, P. Fréchette, M.-A. Maillé, A. Morin & A. Caron (à paraître). The mining industry and the social stakes of development in the Arctic. In Rasmussen, R.O. & L. Riabova (ed.). Consequences of Industrial Development in the Arctic. Duhaime, G., N. Bernard et R. Comtois (à paraître). Inventory of Abandoned Mining Exploration Sites in Nunavik. The Canadian Geographer/Le géographe canadien. Myers, H., S. Powell et G. Duhaime 2005. Setting the Table for Food Security : Policy Impacts in Nunavut. Canadian Journal of Native Studies, XXIV(2), 425-445. Duhaime, G., P. Usher, E. Searles, H. Myers et P. Fréchette, 2004. Social Cohesion and Living Conditions in the Canadian Arctic : From Theory to Measurement. Social Indicators Journal, 66, 295-317. Publications (ii) Duhaime, G., A. Godmaire, et N. Bernard 2004. La sécurité alimentaire durable. Un cadre conceptuel applicable à l’Arctique, in : L. Bouthillier, G. Debailleul, L. Doucet et L. Guay (dir.), Les enjeux et les défis du développement durable : connaître, décider, agir, Chaire UNESCO-Université Laval sur le développement durable, Presses de l’Université Laval, 135-172. Duhaime, G., et al. 2004 Economic Systems, in : Arctic Human Development Report, Arctic Council., in O. Young et N. Einarsson (dir.), Arctic Human Development Report, Reykjavik, Arctic Council, 69-84. Duhaime, G. et M. Chabot 2004. The Impacts of Dietary Changes Among the Inuit of Nunavik (Canada): A Socioeconomic Assessment of Possible Public Health
Recommendations Dealing with Food Contamination. Risk Analysis, 24(4), 10071118. Duhaime, G 2003. Présentation. La sécurité alimentaire. Numéro thématique, Les Cahiers de droit, 44(4), 569-572. Duhaime, G. 2004. Circumpolar Socio-Economic Comparisons. A Tool for Better Governance. In Northern Research Forum. Northern Veche. Veliky Novgorod, NRF: 175-178. Synergistic Activities (1) 2003 Membre du Comité de planification de l’Année polaire internationale 2007-2008 mandaté par le International Council for Science (ICSU). (2) 2003 Membre du Comité international de rédaction du Rapport sur le développement humain dans l’Arctique, et auteur principal du chapitre sur l’Économie de l’Arctique circumpolaire. (3) 2002 Département de sociologie, Université Laval. Professeur titulaire, et titulaire de la Chaire de recherche du Canada sur la condition autochtone comparée. (4) 1999 Fondateur et premier titulaire de la Chaire Louis-Edmond-Hamelin de recherche sociale nordique. (5) 1999-2001 Membre de la Commission du Nunavik. (6) 1998 Président de l’International Arctic Social Sciences Association (IASSA) (19982001). Membre ex-officio du Conseil d’administration (2001-2004) et représentant au Conseil de l’Arctique (2001-2003). Collaborators Abryutina, Larissa, Andersen, Thomas, Andreev, Oleg, Beach, Hugh, Kruse, Jack, Lewis, Dave, Martin, Stephanie, Nergaard, Jens-Ivar, Poppel, Birger, Myers, Heather, Morin, Alexandre, Bernard, Nick, Godmaire, Anne, Einarsson, N., Young, Oran, Usher, Peter, Searles, E., Comtois, Robert, Caulfield, Richard, Graduate and Post-graduate Advisor(s): Dr Jean-Jacques Simard, Dept Sociology, Université Laval. Thesis Advisor and Post-graduate Sponsor Marcelle Chabot (M.A., Regional Development); Lyse Simard (M.Sc., Business Administration-managment); Andrée Caron (M.A. sociology)
Sharman Haley PROFESSIONAL PREPARATION Radcliffe College, Harvard University University of California, Berkeley
Social Studies Economics
B.A. 1974 Ph.D. 1994
APPOINTMENTS 2001-Present: Associate professor, Institute of Social and Economic Research (ISER), University of Alaska Anchorage. 10/2000-4/2001: Visiting associate professor, Energy Policy and Planning Program, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. 1994-2000: Assistant professor, Institute of Social and Economic Research, University of Alaska Anchorage
FIVE MOST RELEVANT PUBLICATIONS "Arctic Environments and Resource Governance,” Chapter 7 of the Arctic Human Development Report," with Rick Caulfield, et al. Akureyri: Stefansson Arctic Institute, 2004. http://www.svs.is/AHDR/AHDR%20chapters/AHDR_chp%207.pdf Michael Baffrey, Sharman Haley, Henry Huntington, et al., “Social and Economic Effects of Oil and Gas Activities in the Arctic”, Chapter 3 in Assessment of Potential Effects of Oil and Gas Activities in the Arctic, a report of the Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme of the Arctic Council, forthcoming 2007. Sharman Haley, “Institutional Assets for Negotiating the Terms of Development: Indigenous Collective Action and Oil in Ecuador and Alaska,” Economic Development and Cultural Change, vol. 53 no. 1, October 2004, pp. 191-213. Kruse, J.A., White, R.G., Epstein, H.E., Archie, B., Berman, M.D., Braund, S.R., Chapin III, F.S., Charlie Sr., J., Daniel, C.J., Eamer, J., Flanders, N., Griffith, B., Haley, S., Huskey, L., James, S., Joseph, B., Klein, D., Kofinas, G.P., Martin, S., Murphy, S.M., Nebesky, W., Nicolson, C., Peter, K., Russell, D.E., Tetlichi, J., Tussing, A., Walker, M.D., Young, O.R. "Assessing the Sustainability of Arctic Communities: An Interdisciplinary Collaboration of Researchers and Local Knowledge Holders," Ecosystems, October 2004, http://www.springerlink.com/app/home/contribution.asp?wasp=524c8mqwwgcqyguq9evl&re ferrer=parent&backto=issue,7,11;journal,1,49;linkingpublicationresults,1:101552,1. Sharman Haley, “Sustainable Development and Oil: Lessons from the Ecuadorian Amazon,” Cultural Survival Quarterly, fall 2002.
SELECTED OTHER PUBLICATIONS “Effective Local Institutions for Collective Action in Arctic Communities: Workshop Summary,” with David Natcher, Gary Kofinas and Walt Parker, Northern Review, #25/26 (Summer/Winter 2005) pp 259-273. http://www.iser.uaa.alaska.edu/Home/ResearchAreas/EffectiveAction/default.htm Sharman Haley, et al. Evaluation of the Alaska Native Health Board Sanitation Facility Operation and Maintenance Program: Final Report on Phase III Projects and the Program Overall, volumes I and II, prepared for Alaska Native Health Board and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Wastewater Management, September, 2000. http://www.iser.uaa.alaska.edu/projects/ruralsan/ruralsan.htm
Sharman Haley, “Evaluation of the ANHB Sanitation Facility O&M Program, Phase II,” in Fifth Annual Research and Development Conference on Rural Sanitation: Proceedings, Alaska Water and Wastewater Management Association, April 2000. Arlon R. Tussing. and Sharman Haley, “Drainage Pierces ANWR in Study Scenario,” in Oil and Gas Journal, July 5, 1999. Matthew Berman, Sharman Haley and Hong Jin Kim, “Estimating Net Benefits of Reallocation: Discrete Choice Models of Sport and Commercial Fishing”, Marine Resource Economics, 12(4): 307-327, 1997.
SYNERGISTIC ACTIVITIES My research is integrated in my teaching of research methods and advising of MPA students in their final projects; I also developed and taught two special topics courses: “Alaska Native Self-Governance and Intergovernmental Relations” (Spring 1999) and “Race, Class and Culture in Public Policy” (Spring 2000). Organizer for the Effective Local Institutions for Collective Action in Arctic Communities Workshop, June 21, 2003, in Anchorage Alaska; funding by the National Science Foundation; this workshop included practitioners and community leaders as well as researchers. Session organizer for the Effective Local Institutions for Collective Action in Arctic Communities panel at the Fifth International Congress of Arctic Social Sciences Conference, May 21, 2004. Delivered three guest lectures based on my research to high school government classes at Nuiqsut, Alaska, December 2004.
COLLABORATORS AND OTHER AFFILIATIONS Recent collaborators and co-editors: Matt Berman, ISER, University of Alaska Anchorage Rick Caulfield, Rural College, University of Alaska Fairbanks Steve Colt, ISER, University of Alaska Anchorage Scott Goldsmith, Director, ISER, University of Alaska Anchorage Bogdan Hoanca, CBPP, University of Alaska Anchorage Henry Huntington, Huntington Consulting, Eagle River, Alaska Gary Kofinas, Institute of Arctic Biology, University of Alaska Fairbanks Jack Kruse et al. (see full list above), ISER, University of Alaska Anchorage David Natcher, Anthropology, University of Alaska Anchorage Amy Lovecraft, Political Science, University of Alaska Fairbanks Walter Parker, Arctic Council, Anchorage Alaska Brian Saylor, Director, Institute for Circumpolar Health Studies, University of Alaska Anchorage Graduate Advisors: Bronwyn Hall, University of California Berkeley John Quigley, University of California Berkeley
Jahn Petter Johnsen Norwegian College of Fishery Science 9037 Tromsø, Norway e-mail: [email protected] Telephone: +47 77646784 Role in the Project Dr. Johnsen will serve as a collaborating senior scientist in the fisheries component of the project. Professional Preparation 2003 Dr. Scient. (PhD) in fisheries Science, Norwegian College of fisheries Science University of Tromsø, Norway 1989 M.Sc. in fisheries Science, Norwegian College of fisheries Science University of Tromsø, Norway Appointments 2006
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Associate professor Norwegian College of fisheries Science University of Tromsø, Norway, and adjunct senior researcher (20%) at Centre for Rural Research, Trondheim, Norway. July-Dec. Visiting researcher at Coast under stress project, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada Senior researcher at Centre for Rural Research, Trondheim, Norway Research Fellow and PhD-student, Norwegian College of Fishery Science, University of Tromsø. Consultant, Finnmark Development Agency Civil Servant, executive officer, Møre & Romsdal County Administration, Royal Norwegian Ministry of Fisheries, and Norwegian Agency of Development Aid, NORAD Research Assistant, Norwegian College of Fishery Science Training Co-ordinator, Mara Fisheries Development Centre, Tanzania Fisher/employee in the fish processing industry, partly in combination with education.
Publications (i) Murray, G.D., B.Neis, and J.P.Johnsen. 2006. Lessons Learned from Reconstructing Interactions between Local Ecological Knowledge, Fisheries Science and Fisheries Management in the Commercial Fisheries of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. Human Ecology, Published Online. Johnsen, J. P 2005. The evolution of the “harvest machinery”: why capture capacity has continued to expand in Norwegian fisheries, Marine Policy vol. 29, 6: 481-493 Johnsen, J.P. 2004. Latour, natur,og havforskere - hvordan podusere natur? Sosiologi i dag 2004, nr 2:47-67. Johnsen, J.P. 2002. Fiskeren fra veidemann til advokat, in Almås, Reidar, Marit. S. Haugen and Jahn Petter Johnsen (red.): Bygdeforskning gjennom 20 år. Tapir akademisk forlag, Trondheim, pp. 91-108.
Johnsen, J.P. 1998. Recruitment of fishermen in the late modernity, i Duhaime, Gèrard, Rasmus Ole Rasmussen og Robert Comtois (eds.)Sustainable Development in the Nort", Quebec City: Gètic, Universitè Laval. Pp. 161-172. Publications (ii) Johnsen, J.P. 2004.Fiskeren som forsvant? Avfolking, overbefolking og endringsprosesser i norsk fiskerinæring i et aktør-nettverk-perspektiv. Trondheim: Tapir akademisk forlag. 332 s. (Published Phd thesis). Jacobsen, E., R. Almås og J.P. Johnsen (red.) 2004. Den politiserte maten. Oslo: Abstrakt forlag. Almås, R., M.S. Haugen og J.P.Johnsen (red.) 2002. Bygdeforskning gjennom 20 år. Trondheim:Tapir akademisk forlag. Husmo, Marit og J.P. Johnsen (red.): Fra bygd og fjord til kafébord? Trondheim: Tapir Akademisk forlag. Synergistic Activities ”How objects become manageable – The cyborg fish and the management of cod in Canada, Norway and the European Union.” Although natural resources have been exploited since the beginning of humanity, modern resource management is a recent phenomenon. The huge variety in type of resources, adaptations, knowledge systems, institutions, and practices in natural resources exploitation have made it difficult to get the harvest of common property or free-for-all-resources under political and managerial control. The fish as well as the fishers were for all practical purposes unmanageable. From the late 1960s, when it became apparent that important fisheries resources were about to be overexploited, the process to transform fish, people and technologies so as to make them manageable was intensified. The outcome of this process, of which the cyborg fish is a metaphor, is a complex and heterogeneous network linking together nature, society, technology, science, markets, and policy in new ways. The robo fishers, killing machines, cyborg fish and other creatures are calculated by different methods, metered out in a variety of units, and used for the regulation of a wide range of processes and at different stages of such processes. These cyborgs link together a wide range of practices, be they scientific, political, cultural, or technological. They are constituted by and constitute resource management, the Fishing Leviathan. Project manager: Jahn Petter Johnsen Funding: Norwegian Research Council. partners: Centre for Rural Research, Norwegian College of Fisheries Science, Norwegian Institute of Fisheries and Aquaculture, Memorial University of Newfoundland. Graduate Advisors: Professor Petter Holm, supervisor on PhD-thesis. Funding by Norwegian Research Council.
Anna Karlsdóttir University of Roskilde, Dept. of Geography and International Development Studies Building 02, P.O. Box 260, DK-4000 Roskilde Phone +45-4674 2827, Fax +45-4674 3031, E-mail [email protected] Role in the Project Ms. Karlsdóttir will serve as a collaborating senior scientist on the tourism and fisheries components of the project Professional Preparation 1997-present PhD studies in geography at the Roskilde University, including CASS PhD course in Quebec Canada, Greenland, Faroe Islands, Shetland Islands and Alaska, PhD exchange at the University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada 1996 Graduation from Candidate studies in public administration and in geography . 1988 Graduation from Menntaskólinn við Hamrahlíð, Reykjavík. 1989-1991 Basic education in social science (samfundsvidenskabelig basisuddannelse) at Roskilde University, Denmark. Appointments 2002-present Associate professor in human geography and tourism studies, department of geography and geology, University of Iceland 2000 Teaching part time at the University of Iceland, at the Faculty of Science, Department of Geology and Geography 2000 Professor of environmental planning, Agricultural University Hvanneyri, Iceland 1996-1997 Research Assistant at the North Atlantic regional studies in Roskilde University. Publications (i) Karlsdottir, Anna (2000): “Managerial transformations in seafood organisations in Atlantic Canada and in Iceland – An empirical approach”, Arbejdspapir nr.153. Publikationer fra Geografi. Institut for Geografi og International Udviklingstudier, Roskilde Universitetscenter. Eliassen.S, Friis.P, Hansen.P, Karlsdóttir.A, Odgaard. M (1998): “Konkurrencebetingelser & Regional udvikling i nordisk perspektiv”, in Nordisk Sämhällsgeografisk tidsskrift, nov.1998,nr.27, 87-106. (Text in Danish only) (Conditions of competition and regional development) Eliasen, Søren, Peter Friis, Povl A. Hansen, Anna Karlsdottir, Mads Odgaard og Tomas Vedsmand (1998): “Læreprocesser og regional udvikling”. Workingpaper no 140, from Institut for Geografi og Internationale Udviklingsstudier, Roskilde (Text in Danish only) (Learning processes and regional development) Karlsdottir, Anna (1998): ”New strategic competencies in fish export organizations: Some emphasis on understanding the phenomenon in the case of vertically organised fish export firms in Iceland and in Atlantic Canada”. In: Duhaime,Rasmussen and Comtois (eds). Sustainable Development in the North – Local Initiatives as Megaprojects. Circumpolar Arctic Social Sciences Ph.D. Network. Proceedings of the Second Conference. Quebec: Getic, Université Laval. Publications (ii)
Christiansen.A.H, Jacobsen.K.N, Karlsdottir.A (1996): ”Her & Der – Et studie af højtkvalificeret fjernarbejde- ” Arbejdspapir nr.126. Publikationer fra Institut for Geografi og Internationale Udviklingsstudier. Roskilde Universitetscenter. Other listed publications in the other draft sent to Jack – has to be pasted here.
Synergistic Activities 2005
Appointed by the Ministry of fisheries to a consultative committee assessing women´s increased participation in boards in fishery and seafood companies. Responsible for coordination and processing of survey research among Passengers on Cruise Ships in Icelandic destinations summer 2004 in collaboration with Cruise Iceland Project participation in Women’s participation in decision making in Arctic fisheries resource management Coordinating organiser and a member of the advisory Board for CAES (Circumpolar PhD Network in Arctic Environmental Studies) for the planning of a PhD course in tourism studies, offered in Iceland in 2003. Practical leader for Fifth Circumpolar Arctic Environmental PhD studies network PhD course Tourism in the Arctic – Environmental and Cultural perspectives, held in West Iceland, 9-23 August 2003. Member of the steering board of the Icelandic Culture House in Copenhagen, appointed by the governing committee of the Icelandic Parliament.
Graduate Advisors: Lars Fuglsang – professor Roskilde University (Administration) Rasmus Ole Rasmussen – Associate Professor, Roskilde University.
January 2006 GUNNAR KNAPP Professor of Economics Institute of Social and Economic Research University of Alaska Anchorage 3211 Providence Drive Anchorage, Alaska 99508 Phone: 907-786-7717 e-mail: [email protected] ROLE IN THE PROJECT Dr. Knapp will co-lead the fisheries component of the project. PROFESSIONAL PREPARATION B.A., Magna Cum Laude in Economics, Yale College, 1975. Ph.D., Economics, Yale University, 1977. Dissertation Title: The Supply of Timber from NonIndustrial Private Forests APPOINTMENTS 1992-Present: Professor of economics, Institute of Social and Economic Research, University of Alaska Anchorage 1986-1992: Associate Professor of economics, Institute of Social and Economic Research 1981-1986: Assistant Professor of economics, Institute of Social and Economic Research 1980-1981: Research Associate, Resources for the Future, Washington, D.C. 1977-1978: Teaching Assistant, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut FIVE MOST RELEVANT PUBLICATIONS Knapp, Gunnar, Patricia Livingston and Al Tyler. 1999. Human Effects of Climate-Related Changes in Alaska Commercial Fisheries, in Gunter Weller and Patricia A. Anderson, eds., Assessing the Consequences of Climate Change for Alaska and the Bering Sea Region: Proceedings of a Workshop at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, October 29-30, 1998. University of Alaska Fairbanks, Center for Global Change and Arctic System Research. Bjørndal, Trond., Gunnar Knapp and Audun Lem. 2003. Salmon.A Study of Global Supply and Demand. FAO/GLOBEFISH Research Programme, Vol. 73. Rome, FAO. 151 pages. Knapp, Gunnar. 2001. The Wild Salmon Industry: Five Predictions for the Future. Fisheries Economics Newsletter No. 51, May 2001. Edinburgh, UK, Sea Fish Industry Authority, Economics and Statistics Department. Knapp, Gunnar and Terry Johnson. Changing Markets for Alaska Roe Herring, in Herring: Expectations for A New Millennium. Proceedings of Symposium, February 23-26, 2000, Anchorage, Alaska. Fritz Funk, et al. eds. University of Alaska Sea Grant College Program, AK-SG-01-04, 2001. Knapp, Gunnar. 2004. Projections of Future Bristol Bay Salmon Prices, for Alaska Commercial Fisheries Entry Commission, October 2004. Available at www.iser.uaa.alaska.edu/iser/people/knapp.
OTHER PUBLICATIONS Knapp, Gunnar. 1999. Alaska Salmon Ranching: An Economic Review of the Alaska Salmon Hatchery Programme,. in Bari Howell, Erlend Moksness and Terje Svåsand (eds.), Stock Enhancement and Sea Ranching . London, Blackwell Science, Fishing News Books. Knapp, Gunnar and Daniel Huppert. 2001. Technology and Property Rights in Fisheries Management, in Terry L. Anderson and Peter J. Hill, eds., The Technology of Property Rights. Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, Inc., Lanham, Maryland. Knapp, Gunnar. 1997. Initial Effects of the Alaska Halibut IFQ Program: Survey Comments of Alaska Fishermen. Marine Resource Economics, Volume 12, No. 3.
Knapp, Gunnar, Paul Peyton and Craig Wiese. 1993. The Japanese Salmon Market: An Introduction for Alaskans. Report prepared for Alaska Department of Commerce and Economic Development. Knapp, Gunnar. 2000. “The Population of the Circumpolar North,” in Mark Nuttall and Terry V. Callaghan (eds), The Arctic: Environment, People, Policy. Harwood Academic Publishers.
Synergistic Activities • • • •
Co-PI (with four University of Washington-based investigators) on an NSF-funded “Dynamics of Coupled Natural and Human Systems” project on “Biocomplexity and Fisheries Sustainability,” responsible for developing an agent-based economic model for the Bristol Bay salmon fishery. Completing, together with Jim Anderson and Cathy Roheim, major economic study of the North American Salmon Industry, to be published by WWF/TRAFFIC North America, Summer 2006. Monitoring markets for Alaska pollock and Pacific cod under a cooperative agreement with the North Pacific Fishery Management Council. Beginning (summer 2006) a Sea Grant funded analysis of economic values and impacts of Alaska commercial, sport and subsistence fisheries.
Collaborators & Other Affiliations Recent collaborators: Anderson, James L. (University of Rhode Island); Bjørndal, Trond (Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration, Centre for Fisheries Economics, Bergen); Gislason, Gordon (G.S. Gislason & Associates, Vancouver, British Columbia); Hartley, Marcus (Northern Economics, Anchorage, Alaska); Hill, Alexandra (University of Alaska Anchorage); Huppert, Dan (University of Washington); King, Jonathan (Northern Economics, Anchorage, Alaska); Lem, Audun (FAO Rome); Roheim, Cathy (University of Rhode Island); Schelle, Kurt (Alaska Commercial Fisheries Entry Commission, Juneau); Sylvia, Gil (Oregon State University), Townsend, Ralph (University of Maine),
Graduate advisors: Dr. Robert Evenson Yale University, Deparment of Economics Dr. Brian Wright University of California Berkeley, Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics Dr. Kim Peck Formerly with Yale University Department of Economics
Graduate students: Erin Harrington, University of Alaska Fairbanks (Masters student, 2005).
Rasmus Rasmussen Associate Professor University of Roskilde, Dept. of Geography and International Development Studies Building 02, P.O. Box 260, DK-4000 Roskilde Phone +45-46742137, Fax +45-46743031, E-mail [email protected] Role in Project Dr. Rasmussen will serve as a collaborating senior investigator in the marine mammal hunting, fisheries, tourism, resource development, modeling, and social outcomes components of the project. Professional Preparation 1976: PhD in Economic Geography, University of Copenhagen 1973: M.Sc. in Economic Geography, University of Copenhagen 1968-1973: BA University of Copenhagen Appointments 1990-: Associate Professor, Geography, Roskilde University 2003-: Senior Consultant, Greenland Home Rule, Min. of Fisheries and Hunting 1999-2003: Nordic Professor, University of Lapland, Finland 1994-1995: Visiting Professor, McGill University, Quebec, Canada 1990-1991: Senior Consultant, Greenland Home Rule 1988-1990: System Manager, Statistics Greenland 1987-1989: System Manager, ImaQ-data, Greenland 1987-1988: Senior Consultant, Greenland Home Rule, Dept. of Education, 1987: Senior Consultant, DANIDA, Tanzanian 1976-1987: Associate Professor, Geography, Roskilde University 1973-1976: Assistant Professor, Geography, University of Copenhagen Publications (i) Rasmussen, R. O. (2005). Small, medium and large scale strategies: cases of social response and change in Greenland. In: Socio-Economic Research on Management Systems of Living Resources: Strategies, Recommendations and Examples. Greenland Home Rule, Nuuk: Inussuk - Arctic Research Journal. Rasmussen, R. O. (2005). Socio-økonomisk Analyse af Fangererhvervet i Grønland. (Socio-economic Analysis of Hunters and Fishermen in Greenland). Roskilde: Grønlands Hjemmestyre - Direktoratet for Fangst og Fiskeri og NORS Forskningsrapport - Nordatlantiske Regionalstudier, Roskilde Universitetscenter. (Greenland Home Rule, Min. of Hunting and Fishing, NORS Research Report ). Hamilton, L.C. Brown, B.C. Rasmussen, R.O., 2003: West Greenland's cod-to-shrimp transition: local dimensions of climatic change. Arctic, v. 56, no. 3, Sept. 2003, p. 271-282, ill., maps Rasmussen, Rasmus Ole and Koroleva, Natalia E. Eds. 2003: Social and Environmental Impacts in the North: Methods in Socio-Economic and Environmental Consequences of Mining and Energy Production in the Arctic and Sub-Arctic. NATO Science Series IV: Earth and Environmental Sciences, Vol. 31. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht Rasmussen, Rasmus Ole (2000): Formal economy, renewable resources and structural changes in West Greenland. In: Études/Inuit/Studies, 2000, 24(1): 48-78
Publications (ii) Rasmussen, R. O. (2004). Socio-economic consequences of large scale resource development; cases of mining in Greenland: Circumpolar Arctic Social Sciences Ph.D. Network. Proceedings of the Eight Conference. I Beyond Boom and Bust in the Circumpolar North (s. 101-131). Prince George, B.C., Canada: UNBC Press. Rasmussen, Rasmus Ole, 2003: Evaluation of socio-economic consequences of mining and energy production in the Arctic and Sub-Arctic. In: Dynamics of Socio-Economic Processes in Northern Regions, Vol. III. Kola Science Center, Russian Academy of Sciences.
Rasmussen, Rasmus Ole (2002): Food Consumption Patterns and Local Markets in the Arctic. In Gérard Duhaime (ed): Sustainable Food Security in the Arctic: State of Knowledge. CCI Press and GÉTIC, Occasional Publication Series No. 52. Rasmussen, Rasmus Ole (2001): Local, Regional and International markets for fish in Greenland. in: Richard A. Caulfield and Mie Kojima ed: Northern Communities and the Global Economy. Proceedings of the Fifth CASS Field Course, Alaska 2000. Department of Alaska Native & Rural Development, College of Rural Alaska, University of Alaska Fairbanks Rasmussen, Rasmus Ole (2000) The Sheep-Farming Kujataamiut of South Greenland. In: Milton M. R. Freeman (ed): Endangerede peoples of The Arctic - Struggles to Survive and Thrive. The Greenwood Press, Westport, Connecticut - London. Synergistic Activities 1: Settlement development in the Arctic: A key research field is focusing on the Changes in settlement structure in the Arctic, where, on one hand, the urbanization of the settlement structure has been highly influenced by the modernization processes for centuries. On the other hand, the traditional resource usage, and especially the specific relation between the formal, the informal and the subsistence sector, plays an important role for the settlement structure. The research activities are presently directed towards both the use of renewable resources as the consequences of mineral- and energy production in the Arctic. 2: Sustainable Development: A second research field is focusing on the development of the concept of sustainable development, and especially its implementation in practical action. Four cases are scrutinizing different aspects of the concept. Research in relation to the Resource structure and structural changes in sheep farming in Greenland is focusing on the interrelations between the environmental, economic and social sides of the concept. Research in relation to Development in the North Atlantic fisheries is focusing on the institutional changes in relation to a highly fluctuating resource. Research in relation to mineral and energy production is focusing on the social and environmental impact of resource exploitation. And research in relation to Conditions for food security in the Arctic is focusing on the relation between internal/local development and external/global conditions. 3: Localized knowledge systems: A third research field is related to the geographical aspects of the development of knowledge systems, where a key concept is Localized Learning. The scrutinizing of the concept is based on two cases. The first case relates to Business development, vocational training and local community development, with a focus on the relation between the local knowledge and the induced vocational training system in the Arctic. The second case relates to the Internet, distance education, and local community, with a focus on the dissemination and involvement of the local agenda in an open communication system.
Collaborators Lawrence C. Hamilton, Richard A. Caulfield, Heather Myers, Gérard Duhaime, Nick Bernard, Daniela Tomassini, Gorm Winther, Jess Adolphsen, Tom Greiffenberg, Birger Poppel, Per Lyster, Klaus Georg Hansen, Jógvan Mørkøre, Sámal Trondur Johansen, Jahn Petter Johnsen, Johnny Leo Jernsletten, Eystein Markussen, Associate Professor, Jan Åge Riseth, Anna Karlsdottir, Niels Einarsson, Joan Larsen, Gunilla Johansen, Birgitta Åhman, Hugh Beach, Bruce Forbes, Paula Kankanpää, Päivi Soppela, Kari Strand, Elena Kokorev, Natalia E. Koroleva, Larissa Riabova, Vladimir Didyk, Elena Nikiforova, Alexey Cherenkov, Olga Sumina Graduate and Post-graduate Advisor : Sofus Christiansen, Professor Emeritus, Department of Geography, University of Copenhagen Thesis Advisor and Post-graduate Sponsor : Søren Eliasen, Anna Karlsdottir, Klaus Georg Hansen, Samal Johansen, Daniela Tomassini During the last 10 years Dr. Rasmussen has been arranger or co-arranger of 12 PhD-courses in the two programs, CASS – Circumpolar Arctic Social Science, and CAES – Circumpolar Arctic Environmental Studies, with a total of 192 PhD-students from 18 different countries. Graduate Students: During the last 5 years supervised 34 graduate students