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The Importance of Moose, Caribou, Deer and Small Game in the Diets of Alaskans
Ingestion of Lead from Spent Ammunition: Implications for Wildlife and Humans
With a statewide human population of about 677,000 (2006-2007 estimate) and at least 84,000 licensed resident hunters, many Alaskans rely on wild game for a significant part of their total diet. Even within Anchorage, the largest city with 283,000 residents, many families consume wild-taken fish (primarily salmon and halibut) and game (Moose, Caribou, deer) even if they did not harvest these resources themselves. We demonstrate through information from hunter harvest reports and subsistencedoi:10.4080/ilsa.2009.0312 fatcat:t2k7emcwvfap7kan3apsvhkude