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Impacts of Seismic Trails, Camp Trails and Ice Roads on Tundra Vegetation in the Northeast NPR-A

US Bureau of Land Management (BLM) - The results demonstrate how vegetation type and trail type influence the level of impacts, and how recovery progresses over time. The study will compare impacts to the tundra and tundra vegetation recovery to sites elsewhere on the North Slope. Soils (active layer) and vegetation measurements. Measured active layer at 61 plots, 1999-2005 (every 3 years), and 46 of those were monitored...
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Moose Health Assessment, Survival, and Productivity

Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADFG) - Captured, collared and collected samples from moose. Analyzed blood and fecal samples for disease, contaminants, and parasites. Radio-tracking to evaluate survival, productivity, twinning rate, mortality.
2018-08-09 15:08:37 -0800
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Fish Habitat Management & Monitoring Related to Oil and Gas Exploration in the NPRA

US Bureau of Land Management (BLM) - Develops fish habitat management guidelines & industry monitoring requirements for area-specific exploration; conducts on-site monitoring evaluations (ROP effectiveness monitoring); collects additional aquatic habitat data in winter.
2018-08-09 15:08:46 -0800
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Workshop to Review Studies of Impacts to Vegetation from Winter Oil/Gas Activities

US Bureau of Land Management (BLM) - Reviewed past studies of impacts to tundra vegetation of winter exploration and recommended studies to fill data gaps.
2018-08-09 15:03:29 -0800
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Overlapping vs. Off-setting Ice-Roads Year-to-Year

US Bureau of Land Management (BLM) - In 1998, BLM required offsetting ice roads from one year to the next. Offsetting roads would impact a greater area, but presumably with less intensity of impact per acre and thus provide a benefit through less severe impacts and quicker recovery. The study indicated there was no benefit of off-setting routes from one year to the next.
2018-08-09 15:04:01 -0800
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