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relationship between the central Arctic caribou herd and the Trans-Alaska Pipeline
D. R. Carruthers
|Statement||prepared for Alyeska Pipeline Service Company by D.R. Carruthers, R.D. Jakimchuk and S.H. Ferguson.|
|Contributions||Jakimchuk, R. D., Ferguson, S. H., Alyeska Pipeline Service Company., Renewable Resources Consulting Services.|
|LC Classifications||QL737.U55 C348 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 207 leaves,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||207|
|LC Control Number||85110801|
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Request PDF | Northern Alaska Oil Fields and Caribou | Caribou (Rangifer tarandus) are a prominent factor in regulating and managing oil and gas exploration and development in. Central Arctic Caribou Herd early summer (1 Jun – 15 Jul) range in northern Alaska, USA, based on a % minimum convex polygon of caribou collar locations, – Effects of the Trans-Alaska pipeline on the distribution and movements of caribou.
Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Division of Game, Federal Aid Final Report 1 June JuneFederal Aid in Wildlife Restoration Job R, Juneau. Manage. Cameron, R.D., and K.R. Whitten. Influence of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline corridor on the local distribution of caribou. in Proceedings of the Second International Reindeer/Caribou Symposium, Sept.Roros, Norway, Part B.
Reimers, E. Gaare, and S. Skjenneberg, eds. Tron&eim: Direktoratet for. Caribou in Alaska primarily are managed by the Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADFG).
ADFG follows Skoog () in differentiating herds according to their use of, and fidelity to, traditional calving grounds. Based on these criteria, four herds (Fig.
1) are recognized in arctic Alaska: the Western Arctic Herd, the Teshekpuk Lake Herd, the Central Arctic Herd, and the Porcupine Herd.
Western Arctic Caribou Herd (WACH) Working Group Meeting Decem pm - pm with some animals traveling as far east as the trans-Alaska pipeline in some years. By fall, the herd is more dispersed than at any other time of year. Recognizing that education is a relationship between the Working Group, state.
The annual migration of the Porcupine Caribou Herd is an important biological phenomenon that is central to the maintenance of dynamic environmental relationships in the transboundary western Arctic (northeastern Alaska and northern Yukon).
In this dissertation, I argue that far from being a purely natural or unchanging biological process, the herd’s migration has an historical Author: Jonathan Luedee. The rationale for this conclusion is presented below. The portion of the corridor extending east of Prince Creek Field and connecting to the Trans Alaska Pipeline System (TAPS) would be encountered by Central Arctic Herd caribou moving to and from winter ranges.
The expansion of the Central Arctic herd has been attributed by biologists to a retreat of predators, mainly wolves and grizzly bears, which. The wilderness location of the station led to wonderful stories by scientists and staff about interactions with arctic animals such as caribou, grizzly bear, and lake trout; these exciting stories are included throughout the book.
Toolik Field Station. This research station is located at 68° 38’N, ° 43’W, at an elevation of m. contributed to an increase of approximately % in the Central Arctic caribou herd between and (Tables 1, 2, and 3). These population parameters were similar insuggesting that the CAH has been stable or has increased since July Harvest increased in RY00, but was still well below sustained yield (herd).
Most. PROJECTS. The following is a summary of research conducted by SRB&A: NPR-A IAP EIS (Bureau of Land Management) – in contract to EMPSi, SRB&A is responsible for the subsistence, cultural resources, and sociocultural sections of this EIS for the proposed oil and gas leasing of land within the NPR-A on the North Slope of Alaska.
The Modern Adventurer's Travel Guide: How to Do Alaska in 10 Days. by Lisa Maloney; Just across the street is the pipeline viewing station, where you can get an up close look at the Trans Alaska Pipeline System, which delivers oil from Prudhoe Bay to Valdez. If you haven't had quite enough yet, book a peaceful late afternoon float along the.
Northcott, P. In press. Impact of the Upper Salmon Hydroelectric Development on the Grey River caribou herd. In McGill Subarctic Research Papers. Vol. McGill Uni- versity Centre for Northern Studies, Montreal.
Roby, D. Behavioral Patterns of Barren-Ground Caribou of the Central Arctic Herd Adjacent to the Trans-Alaska Oil Pipeline. To the north is the Arctic Ocean and to the south is Porcupine River.
The refuge extends east to west more than miles ( kilometers) from the Trans-Alaska pipeline corridor to Canada, and almost miles north to south from the Beaufort Sea to the Yukon Flats National Wildlife Refuge.
It supports both Arctic and alpine tundra. The Alaska Railroad supports construction of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline by receiving shipped pipe and storing it on railroad land in Valdez, Seward and Fairbanks.
The railroad also hauled pipe from Valdez and Seward to Fairbanks, where it was then trucked to the North Slope. The railroad workforce increased to more than 1, between and Coming into the Country is an unforgettable account of Alaska and is a rich tapestry of vivid characters, observed landscapes, and descriptive narrative, in three principal segments that deal, respectively, with a total wilderness, with urban Alaska, and /5().
News/Business. News. Skip to main content. This banner text can have have markup. All for Oil, Oil for One. Alyeska operates the Trans-Alaska pipeline and supervises oil extraction on the North Slope. But the Western Arctic caribou herd that migrates across the reserve.
“The Arctic system is trending away from its 20th century state and into an unprecedented state, with implications not only within but beyond the Arctic,” said Jason Box of the GUES, lead author of the study.
“Because the Arctic atmosphere is warming faster than the rest of the world, weather patterns across Europe, North America, and. Oil was discovered in Prudhoe Bay in the North Slope of Alaska inand sincecrude oil has been flowing through the Trans-Alaska Pipeline from there to the Port of Valdez.
While this industrial footprint has steadily expanded east and west, key protected areas like the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, the Teshekpuk Lake Special Area. Northern Gas Pipelines, (Alaska Gas Pipeline, Denali - The Alaska Gas Pipeline, Mackenzie Valley Gas Pipeline, Alaska Highway Gas Pipeline, Northern Route Gas Pipeline, Arctic Gas, LNG, GTL) is your public service, objective, unbiased 1-stop-shop for Arctic gas pipeline projects and people, informal and rich with new information, updated 30 times weekly and best.
In a massive effort of money and manpower, the road was built in only five months during as a supply road to support the Trans-Alaska Pipeline construction. The mile pipeline. Arctic Dreams: Imagination and Desire in a Northern Landscape Lopez Barry. Year: Language: Please login to your account first; Need help.
Please read our short guide how to send a book to Kindle. Save for later caribou polar bear seal cape muskoxen ships whale bering walrus islands maps. Mailing Address CounterPunch PO Box Petrolia, CA Telephone 1() The Arctic caribou herd, numbering approximatelyanimals and the largest herd in North America/ encompasses the project area within its range.
Caribou use the Asikpak, Kivalina, Wulik and Omikviorok River drainages, and probably the Singoalik River drainage, for winter range. Alaska's natural splendors are overwhelming.
From the snow-covered peak of Mount McKinley to the volcanic islands of the Aleutian chain, from the expansive treeless tundra of the North Slope to the tall spruce and deep fjords of Southeast, the nature of Alaska is wild, vast, and magnificent.
Humans are diminutive by comparison, and their architecture equally so. Guide to the Walter Parker papers circa Collection number: HMC Creator: Parker, Walter B. Title: Walter Parker papers. Dates: circa Volume of collection: 37 cubic feet and GB.
Language of materials: Materials in this collection are in English. Collection summary: Papers of an Alaskan resources and transportation. The compromise was the Trans-Alaska Pipeline Authorization Act (P.L.87 Stat.43 U.S.C. et seq.), signed Novem It specified among its many provisions that oil shipped through the pipeline could be exported only under certain restrictions.
It was built in to be a supply route for the Trans-Alaska Pipeline and the Prudhoe Bay oil fields. From Livengood, Alaska, a tiny settlement about.
What are the negative consequences of drilling in ANWR. -area to be drilled only acres, or.5% of the entire ANWR area. -the USGS estimates as many as 16 billion barrels of recoverable oil would be present, with the current technology the area taken up by one derrick would be less than half the size of one at Prudhoe Bay, and could extract.
A HERD OF CARIBOU make their way across the frozen tundra. We are now in the midst of the herd. Thousands of caribou move past us, the ground shakes with the force of their numbers.
INSIDE THE BRUSH, meters away, a group of Gwich’in HUNTERS solemnly watch the numberless herd. Veterans and rookies alike are enraptured by the sight. EXT./INT. What was coming next was the giant Prudhoe Bay oil discovery on Alaska’s North Slope, the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act, the building of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline, the Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act and the major environmental legislation of the ls.
The Arctic regions may be defined in physical terms (astronomical [north of the Arctic Circle, latitude 66° 30′ N], climatic [above the 10 °C (50 °F) July isotherm], or vegetational [above the northern limit of the tree line]) or in human. Schamel, D., and D. Tracy.
Polyandry, replacement clutches, and site tenacity in the Red Phalarope (Phalaropus fulicarius) at Barrow, Alaska. Bird-Bandi ng Schideler, R. Impacts of human developments and land use on caribou: A literature review. Volume II. Impacts of soil and gas development on the Central Arctic herd.
94 Like many arctic species, caribou (Rangifer tarandus) population numbers are highly variable, and the causes of these “boom and crash” cycles are not well-understood. The Central Arctic Herd calves closer to the existing oil fields, and is about % the size of the PCH.
The PCH has shown a sustained decline from its peak in The size of the Central Arctic herd peaked at ab in and fell to 50, infish and game officials said. Surveys suggest the herd dwindled to ab caribou this year. The wood that was used for architecture and cultural objects, did not grow locally.
Its main source was from driftwood of tree trunks from the boreal forest which were carried by North American and Siberian rivers. Around ADearly pioneer Thule people left the northern coast of Alaska to occupy the Canadian Central Arctic (Chap.
Trump’s plans amount to a big problem ecologically and in terms of the future of a people. After all, the Prudhoe Bay oil fields and the Trans-Alaska Pipeline system cause about oil and toxic chemical spills annually on the North Slope, and the Arctic is melting.
The Prudhoe Bay oil spill in leaked an estima gallons of oil. Short and long term recovery of plant communities following intensive grazing by caribou (Rangifer tarandus) and muskoxen (Ovibos moschatus) were examined in the Low Arctic of Nunavut, Canada.
Animals stranded on small islands resulted in intensively grazed the plant communities, creating natural grazing "experiments." Field work was conducted during July.
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When the Trans-Alaska Pipeline System began operations in and royalties flowed into state coffers, an early mission of the state was to provide affordable energy.Since completion of the trans-Alaska oil pipeline nearly 25 years ago, Alaska has been supplying a significant portion of this nation's domestic oil production.
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