Marie Lowe

Associate Professor of Public Policy
Economics and Public Policy
Institute of Social and Economic Research
Associate Professor Marie Lowe

Working Papers

Marie Lowe and Linda Leask. Understanding Alaska Water Rights Institute of Social and Economic Research ()

Journal Articles

Marie Lowe. Aleut Ethnography in Transition: In Memory of Dorothy Jones Arctic Anthropology ()
Marie Lowe. Cultural Consensus on Salmon Fisheries and Ecology in the Copper River, Alaska Arctic (2015)
Marie Lowe. Localized Practices and Globalized Futures: Challenges for Alaska Coastal Community Youth Maritime Studies (2015)
Marie Lowe. Arctic observing network social indicators and northern commercial fisheries Polar Geography (2011)
Jack Kruse, Marie Lowe, Sharman Haley, Ginny Fay, Larry Hamilton, and Matthew Berman. Arctic observing network social indicators project: overview Polar Geography (2011)
Marie Lowe. Contemporary Rural-Urban Migration in Alaska Alaska Journal of Anthropology (2010)
Marie Lowe. Crab Rationalization and Potential Community Impacts of Vertical Integration in Alaska’s Fisheries Enclosing the Fisheries: People, Places, and Power (2008)
Marie Lowe and Meghan Wilson. Land tenure and salmon habitat management in Alaska’s Copper River Watershed Polar Geography (2007)

Books

Marie Lowe. Enclosing the Fisheries: People, Places, Power Enclosing the Fisheries: People, Places, and Power. Bethesda: American Fisheries Association (2008)
Gunnar Knapp, Marie Lowe, and Aleutians Borough. Economic and Social Impacts of BSAI Crab Rationalization on the Communities of King Cove, Akutan and False Pass Institute of Social and Economic Research, University of Alaska Anchorage (2007)