SRB&A specializes in sociocultural, subsistence, and cultural resource research, including:

  • analysis and documentation of subsistence use patterns and harvests;
  • short and long-term subsistence mapping studies;
  • documentation of traditional knowledge in rural communities;
  • research on the effects of development on subsistence, including subsistence impact monitoring;
  • research on the economic valuation of subsistence;
  • preparation of documents under Section 810 of Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act (ANILCA);
  •  cultural resource research, consultation, and surveys under the Alaska Historic Preservation Act (AHPA), Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA), and the Archaeological Resources Protection Act (ARPA);
  • documentation of cultural landscapes;
  • determinations of eligibility of cultural resources for the National Register of Historic Places;
  • archaeological monitoring; and
  • National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) document preparation focusing on cultural resources, subsistence, and traditional knowledge.