This section speaks to the human environment and conditions of the Cook Inlet drainages – that is the land status, infrastructure, cultural resources, and recreational uses of the study area. Research reported here has been assembled from 2004-2008, with some sections including data gathered through 2010. Download individual chapters from the link at the right, either in summary or complete form, or explore individual chapters below.
Status of private and public lands and surface waters
Existing and proposed land, water and air transportation facilities and services
Existing services and facilities
Demographics, economy, infrastructure and history of the Lake and Peninsula Borough, Bristol Bay Borough and the Dillingham Census Area
Prehistory, ethnography and history
Scenic quality of the landscape
Outdoor recreational resources and activities with estimated economic contributions to the study area