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Ever wonder how many people visit Denali National Park & Preserve each year, what costs did the National Park Service occur mounting rescues in 2010, or what land is owned by whom? The following are helpful links that can answer all those questions and so much more:

National Park Service

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Bureau of Land Management

Alaska Case Reporting Enterprise System
Spatial Data Management System Land & Resources Map Interface
Conveyance Documents
Master Title Plats
Survey Plats
ANCSA 17(b) Easement Maps

Alaska Department of Fish & Game

Game Species Harvest Statistics
Fishery Statistics

Alaska Department of Natural Resources

Annual Fire Statistics
Division of Oil and Gas Publications
Recorder's Office Search
Prince William Sound Visitation Impact Report (1,200 kb PDF)

U.S. Forest Service

Tongass National Forest 2010 Expenditures Report (60 kb PDF)
Tongass National Forest Intensive Karst Study Project (1,100 kb PDF)
Timber Resource Statistics of South-Center Alaska (798 kb PDF)
Data Survey and Sampling Procedures to Quantify Recreation Use of National Forests in Alaska (2,800 kb PDF)

U.S. Geological Survey

Alaska State Minerals Report
Streamflow Statistics
Scientific Publications Topics Page

To find out more about other Alaska statistics including census, economic, and educational data browse the official state website... here.




 
A hiker using trekking poles and wearing a large pack works his way through tussocks and thick vegetation. Did You Know?
Without trails, but thick with alders and other vegetation, tussocks, wildlife, biting insects, terrain, pack weight, water availability, altitude, and even scenery and wildflowers, the Alaskan landscape may reduce backcountry hikers to only traveling five miles per day. Plan accordingly!