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Melting the Ice Curtain, Pt. 1 of Dutch Harbor, this represents a significant improvement in relations," said University of Alaska professor Gunnar Knapp in 1988. Planning an expeditionOn a cloudy day in February 1989, a dog sled bearing red nylon webbing emblazoned with...
Kings may drive news, but sockeyes drive Inlet economy

...percent of gross earnings in Alaska's fisheries, according to a presentation to the borough by fisheries economist Gunnar Knapp.Sport fishing, by contrast is harder to quantify and economic studies come with questions about methodology. An...
Juneau Empire Story Archive

...Some of the Wild West ways of our fisheries just are not going to be economically viable,'' said Anchorage economist Gunnar Knapp. ``There's not going to be room for fisheries where one of the games is running over somebody's net.'' The...
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...Ferry Way. Course is 18 weeks or 450 hours long. Details and to register: 586-5718. Export Council Meeting with Gunnar Knapp, UAA Institute of Social & Economic Research, 8 a.m., Mayor's conference room. Topic: "Fish Farming & the...
Study: Salmon industry needs restructuring

...the harvests," the report said. Former Alaska Lt. Gov. Fran Ulmer and University of Alaska Anchorage economist Gunnar Knapp, a world salmon authority, authored the study. Ulmer and Knapp work for UAA's Institute of Social and Economic...
Fishing group wants support

...future with a glut in farm-raised salmon expected to drive down prices for several years, said fisheries economist Gunnar Knapp of the University of Alaska Anchorage. Farm-raised salmon account for more than half of the 1.8 million tons of...
Bering Sea crab quotas bring big job losses

...of jobs plummeted under crab rationalization but the value of a boat's catch skyrocketed. UAA economics professor Gunnar Knapp researched the changes since the fishery rationalized or moved to a quota-based fishery as opposed to the traditional...

...perfect example of a company using its donations strategically, for the benefit of the overall health of its industry."Gunnar Knapp, a fisheries professor at the Institute of Social and Economic Research at the University of Alaska Anchorage, noted...
Fancy Tokyo hotel joins Alaska seafood promotion

...Alaska seafood. ``There are several fisheries where a very large portion of the product goes to Japan,'' said Gunnar Knapp of the Alaska Institute for Social and Economic Research. Those include frozen sockeye salmon, salmon roe, herring...
Slumping dollar helps exporters

...Development. South Korea is a primary importer of ammonia and urea from the Agrium fertilizer plant at Kenai, he said. Gunnar Knapp, an economist at the University of Alaska Anchorage, said while the yen has shown a dramatic rise over the past few...


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