Review and Revision of the Alaska Migratory Bird Co-Management Council Subsistence Harvest Survey

Funds under this cooperative agreement award are to be used to review the current Alaska migratory bird subsistence harvest survey design and survey methods; if necessary, develop and test alternate methods and recommend a preferred strategy; scientifically defensible, practicable, and culturally acceptable


survey instrument, process, methods, analyses, and reporting format.

This would involve:
1) identifying and describing important factors regarding cost, bias, accuracy, precision, implementation and use of the current migratory bird subsistence harvest survey; 2) developing and evaluating of alternative approaches and designs for a migratory bird subsistence harvest survey(s); and 3) recommending a preferred alternative that best meets survey objectives.
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Alaska Migratory Bird Co-Management Council

Department of the Interior

Agency: Department of the Interior

Office: Fish and Wildlife Service

Estimated Funding: $675,000

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All qualified members of a Cooperative Ecosystem Studies Unit ( are eligible to apply The successful applicant is expected to have: (i) demonstrated professional experience, expertise, and education in human dimensions and social sciences related to the design and implementation of scientific surveys to assess natural resource questions in Alaska or a similar geographic region; (ii) education and demonstrated ability in analyzing scientific survey data including statistical expertise; (iii) knowledge and understanding of subsistence hunting, sport hunting, and wildlife management in Alaska or a similar geographic region; (iv) knowledge and/or experience working in rural Alaska and with its Native peoples or comparable experience from a similar geographic region; and (v) demonstrated professional experience, expertise, and education in decision analysis and facilitation.

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