of Eldorado Gold for every 6.5 common shares of AFCAN.
issue one warrant for every 6.5 AFCAN warrants outstanding.
AFCAN owns an 85% interest in the Tanjianshan Good Project
subject to approval by AFCAN shareholders and regulatory
Indeed, comments by USFWS representatives Hunt and Afcan (both of whom are local Yup'ik residents) help put elders' statements into perspective.
Afcan agreed with Hunt that the traditional admonition "the more we hunt, the more will return" needs reinterpretation to continue to supply useful guidance in southwestern Alaska today: "The use of firearms when the population of the Yup'iks in the Y-K Delta was about 10 000 was not too bad, until the human population suddenly rose to 15 000 in the 1980s and...automatic guns for hunting became popular....
Afcan added that he has escorted elders to visit research camps to gain a better understanding of what is taking place: "They didn't have anything to complain about once they were physically there witnessing all the activities and communicating directly with the camp leaders.
Both Hunt and Afcan pointed out that none of those chosen by their communities to be interviewed for this study were people listed in USFWS files as having visited field camps.