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|Statement||by Raymond D. Cameron and Kenneth R. Whitten.|
|Series||Special report - [Joint State/Federal Fish & Wildlife Advisory Team] ; no. 8|
|Contributions||Whitten, Kenneth R., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||QL737.U55 C34|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||i, 10,  p. ;|
|Number of Pages||34|
|LC Control Number||77623589|
Download Second interim report on the effects of the Trans-Alaska pipeline on caribou movements
These initial effects of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline on local distribution and group composition of caribou were described in a second paper which is given in Appendix II of this report.
Aerial surveys continued on a regular basis in to detect any major changes in seasonal movements and sex and age composition of the Size: 1MB. Cameron, R. and K. Whitten. First interim report on the effects of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline on caribou movements.
Joint State/Federal Fish and Wildlife Advisory Team Spec. Rep. and Second interim report on the effects of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline on caribou movements. Joint State/. Second interim report on the effects of the Trans-Alaska pipeline on caribou movements.
[Raymond D Cameron; Kenneth R Whitten] -- field studies of caribou on Alaska's North Slope, to determine possible impacts of the Trans-Alaska pipeline. THIRD INTERIM REPORT OF THE EFFECTS OF THE TRANS-ALASKA PIPELINE ON CARIBOU MOVEMENTS BY: Raymond D. Cameron and Kenneth R. Whitten Special Report Number SPONSORED BY THE.
U.S. Department of the Interior State of Alaska. Alaska Pipeline Office Pipeline Coordinator's Office. Alaska Department of Fish and Game*. the Trans-Alaska Pipeline (TAP), and the potential conflicts between caribou and the TAP/haul road complex have been described previously (Cameron and Whittenb; Cameron et al.
These, and other reports, also provided interim findings on herd identity, productivity,File Size: 1MB. The Trans-Alaska Pipeline: Lessons for the Keystone XL Pipeline Debate above-ground pipeline “will interfere with the natural and migratory movements of wildlife, primarily caribou and moose.
After the discovery of oil in Prudhoe Bay, Alaska, it didnt take long for environmentalists to cry gloom and doom and for the media to hype those claims. From caribou dying to earthquakes to all hell breaking loose, there was no shortage of catastrophic predictions though the Alaska pipeline now boasts great success roughly 30 years later.
Construction on the pipeline began. Since the completion of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline System inthe government of the state of Alaska has been reliant on taxes paid by oil producers and shippers. Prior toAlaska's personal income tax rate was percent—the highest in the United States.
But no one seems to deny that the biggest oversight in the project was the ocean link between Valdez, the Trans-Alaska pipeline's marine terminal in southern Alaska, and the lower 48 states.
Caribou along the Trans-Alaska pipeline in the Arctic, North Slope, Alaska. Federal regulators say the mile pipeline is corroded and poses a severe public safety and environmental risk.
Alyeska Pipeline construction progress report (Color/Sound/16mm). Alyeska is a consortium of companies that own the Trans Alaska Pipeline System (TAPS) The report gives a good overview of the.
The calving grounds of the Central Arctic Herd were surveyed systematically by helicopter in Juneand periodic surveys along the West Sak Road were conducted by light tru. The trans Alaska pipeline [Allen, Lawrence J] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The trans Alaska pipeline Comment Report abuse. See all reviews from the United States Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life/5(2). Assessment of Effects of an Oil Pipeline on Caribou, Rangifer tarandus granti, Use of Riparian Habitats in Arctic Alaska, Seasonal movements of caribou.
Yes, the Alaska Pipeline effected the migrating caribou now make it a point to hang around the pipeline while giving birth and also in the winter due to the pipeline providing a warmth that they didn't have before.
The Trans Alaska Pipeline had a very positive effect on the caribou. the operation of the Trans Alaska Pipeline System, by Alyeska Pipeline Service Company. (caribou, moose, etc.) across the pipeline right-of-way. Approximately animal crossings are incorporated into TAPS, including: placed into effect in accordance with the Prince William.
Environmental Impact Analysis: the Example of the Proposed Trans-Alaska Pipeline By David A. Brew ABSTRACT The environmental impact analysis made as required by the National Environmental Policy Act of for the proposed trans-Alaska pipeline included consideration of the (1) tech nologically complex and geographically extensive proposedCited by: 2.
Spring and fall movements of Nelchina caribou in relation to the Trans-Canada Pipeline by D. R Carruthers (Book) A report on the second on-site visit to the Trans Alaska Oil Pipeline System by Arctic Environmental Council (Book).
Assessment of Effects of an Oil Pipeline on Caribou, Rangifer tarandus granti, Use of Riparian Habitats in Arctic Alaska, – L Y NN E.
N O EL 1. Inthe Trans Alaska Pipeline System (TAPS) owners produced a comprehensive analysis of the impacts associated with the renewal of the TAPS rights-of-way.
The resulting report, Environmental Report for the Trans Alaska Pipeline System Right-of-Way Renewal, described the physical, biological, and socio-economic impacts of right-of-way. The Trans Alaska Pipeline System was designed and constructed to move oil from the North Slope of Alaska to the northern most ice-free port in Valdez, Alaska.
The Trans Alaska Pipeline System is protected by three separate leak detection systems that are monitored at the Operations Control Center in Anchorage. Some miles of the mile. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.
SPRING AND MOVEMENTS OF NELCHINA CARIBOU IN RELATION TO THE TRANS-ALASKA PIPELINE Prepared for Alyeska Pipeline Service Company by D.R. Carruthers, R.D. Jakirnchuk and c. Linkswiler Renewable Resources Consulting Services Ltd.
March Environmental Impact Statement for an extension of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline System federal right-of-way. Central Arctic Herd near Prudhoe Bay on Alaska’s North Slope. 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, = Herd Census* 19, 27, 31, *Most recent survey taken in File Size: KB.
: What Happened To Fairbanks?: The Effects Of The Trans-alaska Oil Pipeline On The Community Of Fairbanks, Alaska (Social Impact Assessment) (): Mim Cited by: 9-Nov 2 Fig. Example of a winter range map for porcupine caribou in eastern Alaska and western Yukon Territory (Journey North Caribou,as obtained by the Porcupine Caribou Management Board of the Canadian Yukon).
Note the location of the Trans Alaska Pipeline. References. InPresident George H.W. Bush said of the trans-Alaska oil pipeline, "The caribou love it. They rub against it and they have babies. They rub against it. Issue: Caribou and Petroleum Development in Arctic Alaska1 R. CAMERON* Key words: caribou, tral Arctic region, other reports on caribou behavior, nutri- tional requirements, and theoretical considerations regarding and the Trans-Alaska Pipeline (TAP).
The Central Arctic caribou Rangifer tarandus granti herd (CAH) ranges on Alaska's Arctic Slope in the vicinity of the Trans- Alaska Pipeline Corridor and Prudhoe Bay Oilfield. In the CAH was. the facts. trans alaska pipeline system the facts the facts.
cover image courtesy of David Predeger the facts. (caribou, moose, etc.) across the pipeline right-of-way. Approximately animal crossings are incorporated into TAPS, including: placed into effect in File Size: KB. THE TRANS ALASKA PIPELINE: The Beginning [Volume I] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
THE TRANS ALASKA PIPELINE: The Beginning [Volume I]Manufacturer: Scribe Publishing Corp, Seattle, Washington. The Trans-Alaska Pipeline System (TAPS) is an oil transportation system spanning Alaska, including the trans-Alaska crude-oil pipeline, 11 pump stations, several hundred miles of feeder pipelines, and the Valdez Marine Terminal.
TAPS is one of the world's largest pipeline y: Alaska, United States. CARIBOl' DISTRWCTIO:\ NEAR PIPELINE study. This report deals with changes in lati tudinal position, group size, and composition of Caribou along the Trans-Alaska Pipeline haul road during summer and fall These data are compared with similar values obtained through concurrent aerial survey of a larger area.
The Trans-Alaska Pipeline stretches miles across Alaska from Prudhoe Bay to Valdez, Alaska. Betsy Haines, Alyeska Pipeline's Vice President of.
Request PDF | Quantifying barrier effects of roads and seismic lines on movements of female woodland caribou in Northeast Alberta | Linear developments such as roads, seismic lines, and pipeline. © Alyeska Pipeline Service Company.
All Rights Reserved. Site Map | Contact | Contact. There was a time when the Trans-Alaska pipeline was considered to be one of the most important pieces of infrastructure in the nation.
Over 35 years it Author: Christopher Helman. At the time of this project, the United States depended on the Trans-Alaska pipeline to deliver 17 percent of its domestic oil production.
Revenues from oil production and transportation also provided about 80 percent of the Alaska Government's revenue. The Trans Alaska Oil Pipeline stretches nearly miles from the Arctic Ocean to the Valdez bay in southcentral Alaska. Its construction was an amazing engineering feat, crossing mountain ranges, rivers, and vast regions of permafrost and tundra.
In the treeless high Arctic, it's a prominent feature of the landscape. J -- A couple years ago NOAA Incident Operations Coordinator Doug Helton visited the southern end of the mile-long Trans Alaska Pipeline in Valdez, Alaska.
As the northernmost port that remains free of ice, the Valdez Marine Terminal is where crude oil from the North Slope oil fields is loaded on tankers destined for refineries on the west coast of the.
The mile-long Trans-Alaska Pipeline System is completed. The Alaskan pipeline, built to help slake America's insatiable thirst for oil, was designed to move oil from the fertile fields.Assessment of effects of an oil pipeline on Caribou, Rangifer tarandus granti, use of riparian habitats in arctic Alaska, – Canadian Field-Naturalist (3): – Elevated oil ﬁeld pipelines may alter Caribou (Rangifer tarandus granti) movements and delay or prevent access to insect relief habitat.The Timeline of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline.
— The largest oil strike in the U.S. was discovered underneath Prudhoe Bay. — Construction of the Trans-Alaskan Pipeline began J — The first oil left Prudhoe Bay through the mile pipeline in route to Valdez.