2 edition of Northern Gulf of Alaska petroleum development scenarios, sociocultural impacts found in the catalog.
by Bureau of Land Management, Alaska Outer Shelf Office in [Anchorage]
Written in English
|Statement||prepared for Bureau of Land Management, Alaska Outer Continental Shelf Office ; [prepared by Marsha Erwin Bennett, Susan D. Heasley, Susan Huey]|
|Series||Technical report - Alaska OCS Socioeconomic Studies Program -- no. 36|
|Contributions||Heasley, Susan D., Huey, Susan, Alaska Outer Continental Shelf Office|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 297 p. :|
|Number of Pages||297|
Lauren Bettino, Natural Resource Conservation (Wildlife Focus) Hank Moylan, Natural Resource Conservation (Wildlife Focus) Victoria Stukas, Animal Science Deemed “the sacred place where life begins” by Alaska’s native Gwich’in people (Cultural Survival, ), the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR) possesses massive environmental and cultural importance. LH: Alaska is a special, unique place, with great stretches of wilderness and relatively pristine areas. It’s important to keep it that way, through responsible development. If our approach is successful, Alaska’s coasts will be protected in certain, sensitive areas and these will be .
development of the individual petroleum systems, burial history, and thermal evolution, as well as migration, accumulation, and preservation of hydrocarbons. The geologically complex Northern Alaska petroleum province evolved through the tectonic stages of passive margin, rift, foreland basin, and foreland fold and thrust belt. spatial and temporal ecological variability in the northern gulf of alaska: what have we learned since the exxon valdez oil spill? Edited by Donna Robertson Aderhold, Daniel Esler, Ron A. Heintz, Russell R. Hopcroft, Mandy R. Lindeberg, W. Scott Pegau.
The story of the Alaska Pipeline begins in when ARCO announced the discovery of an oil field in Prudhoe Bay in northern Alaska. This proved to be North America’s largest oil field, more. The northern Alaska petroleum province extends approximately km ( mi) from the Canadian to the Russ ian borde r and to 60 0 km (– 8 mi).
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Contract no. AACTPages: TR Man-Made Environmental Impacts of the Beaufort Sea Petroleum Development Scenarios. Alaska Consultants, Inc. (A10/PB ) 8/ TR Transportation Impact of the Beaufort Sea Petroleum Development Scenarios.
Northern Economics studies related to offshore and onshore petroleum development. These E&D scenarios are the basis for projecting the level of manpower requirements (direct oil and gas employment) and the level of industry investment or Size: KB.
Lower Cook Inlet petroleum development scenarios: Economic and demographic analysis (Technical report - Alaska OCS Socioeconomic Studies Program) Unknown Binding – Sociocultural impacts book 1, by Ted Lane (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
The Amazon Book Review Author interviews, book reviews, editors' picks, and more. Author: Ted Lane. History of North Alaska Petroleum development History of Northern Alaska Petroleum Development. In the early s, as petroleum production from the Lower 48 states entered a decline, a new discovery of oil at Prudhoe Bay on the North Slope of Alaska offered the U.S.
the promise of a significant new source of competitive domestic supply on a world class scale. Cultural Resources Evaluation of the Northern Gulf of Mexico Continental Shelf, 3 Vols.
MU Beaufort Sea Petroleum Development Scenarios for the State--Federal and Federal Outer Continental Shelf. A final report for the U.S.
Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management Alaska OCS Region, Anchorage, AK under Contract No. AA More than fish species have been found in Alaska waters, 72 and Alaska’s industrial fisheries in the Gulf of Alaska and Bering Sea are among the most productive and valuable in the world, with an estimated average of $ billion of total economic activity in – (in – dollars).
73, 74 Climate effects on Alaska’s. United States. Bureau of Land Management: Alaska: federal land withdrawals and reservations. (Washington U.S. Dept.
of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, ) (page images at HathiTrust) United States. Bureau of Land Management: Alaska National Petroleum Reserve, oil and gas leasing and development: environmental impact statement.
Assessment of Undiscovered Petroleum Resources of the Arctic Alaska Petroleum Province. Scientific Investigations Report – belts on the south and southwest to the northern margin of the Alaska rift shoulder (Houseknecht and Bird, ) on the Author: David W.
Houseknecht, Kenneth J. Bird, Christopher P. Garrity. Proposed oil drilling off Alaska coast prompts studies of environmental impact oil in northern Alaska for more than three decades, pumping crude from. A Case Study on Petroleum Development in Alaska Introduction At the far northwest corner of the North America continent, separated from the Lower states by Canada’s western provinces, Alaska is by far the largest state in the union, with a varied and spectacular land mass more than twice the.
Environmental Impact of Oil Development Northern Alaska i Byj Luna B. Leopold — / '. The Conservation Imperative The last really large area of wilderness in the United States is the' Brooks Range and the Arctic Coastal Plain which stretches from that range to the.
What We Are Studying. The Gulf of Alaska Project tests three main hypotheses about the survival and recruitment of five focal groundfish species, (walleye pollock, Pacific cod, Pacific ocean perch, sablefish and arrowtooth flounder), and the gauntlet they face as they move from offshore spawning areas to nearshore nursery areas during their first year of life.
Gulf of Alaska Project. likes. The Gulf of Alaska Project is funded by the North Pacific Research Board. This $ million project focuses on the challenges that commercially important Followers: convenient, and sustainable way to transport oil out of Northern Alaska.
Before production was started in the early s, a team of scientists traveled to Alaska to document the probable effects of the pipeline on the environment. It is reported that in the spring of a high official of one of the oil companies was flying over the area of oil development in the vicinity of Prudhoe Bay.
He is quoted as saying "If the American people could see what we are doing to their land here, they would want to abolish the use of the reciprocating engine."The last really large area of wilderness in the United States is the Author: Luna Bergere Leopold.
Environmental impact assessment for Alaska’s oil and gas activities released The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) has released a Final Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) analyzing the possible environmental impacts of oil and gas development in the federal submerged lands of Cook Inlet, off Alaska’s southcentral coast.
coastal plain is now expanding incrementally westward into the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska, eastward toward the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, and south toward the foothills of the Brooks Range (see Figure 1). Northern Alaska’s environment and culture have already been significantly affected by oil infrastructure and Size: KB.
This article documents 24 years of social science research on sociocultural and psychosocial impacts of the Exxon Valdez oil spill (EVOS) on the community of Cordova, Alaska. This study began in August and officially ended in —making it the longest Cited by: Nanushuk and Torok Formations, Alaska North Slope, and Summary of Resource Potential of the National Petroleum Reserve in Alaska, Figure 1.
Map of Northern Alaska showing boundaries of the six assessment units (AUs) in the National Petroleum Reserve in Alaska (NPR-A) and adjacent areas. Assessment units include State by: 1.
Oil and Gas Technical Report: Planning for Oil and Gas Activities in the National Petroleum Reserve–Alaska | 5 • Impacts to subsistence uses and resources • Infrastructure development, including roads, pipelines, gravel islands, and air travel • Permitting coordination issues and a lack of multi-agency comprehensive planning.the beginning of large-scale petroleum development in Alaska.
Other development forces within the state are beginning to take shape. The Federal government remains intent on developing the potentially oil-rich outer continental shelf, and it may move toward development of Naval Petroleum Reserve No.
4 (Pet 4).We compared hydrocarbons in water, suspended particulate matter (SPM), and riparian sediment collected from coastal watersheds along the Yakataga foreland with corresponding hydrocarbons in Gulf of Alaska benthic sediments.
This comparison allows an evaluation of hydrocarbon contributions to marine sediments from natural oil seeps, coal and organic matter (e.g., kerogen) associated with.