{{title}}

{{description}}

View Record
Search
Fa plus Record Type - 1
4
Fa plus ISO Topic - 2
Fa plus Primary Organization - 3
Fa plus Primary Contact - 4
Fa plus Other Contact - 6
Fa plus Status - 2
Fa plus Region - 2
Dates
Fa minus Tag - 27
Displaying all 4 entries

NE NPR-A Water Resources and NW NPR-A Water Resources

US Bureau of Land Management (BLM) - Hydrology and meteorology data collected and correlated with critical aquatic and terrestrial habitat areas for fisheries, waterfowl and mammal studies. Data will be used for evaluating applications for water withdrawals, ice and gravel roads, construction of bridges and culverts and related exploration and development activities and for inclusion into global climate change studies.
Unknown
2002-01-01
2018-08-09 15:06:53 -0800
15 29 14 173 logo usgs 15 23 58 697 logo blm
Project Full Record

NPR-A Key Subsistence Fish Species (2006-2010)

North Slope Borough (NSB) - Survey the fish community within drainages of NPRA with emphasis on Teshekpuk Lake, Chipp River, Dease Inlet, Meade River. This study incorporated habitat surveys of overwintering and spawning areas, net surveys, and harvest information for fish species used for subsistence within the NPR-A area of the North Slope. This work was a continuation of the previous study (General Ecology and Natural...
Complete
1990-01-01
2010-12-31
2018-08-09 15:08:25 -0800
15 29 53 659 logo northslope 13 41 17 434 abr logo 15 26 12 407 logo adfg 13 33 31 514 dnrlogo indexcolor 15 23 58 697 logo blm
Project Full Record

Alaska Lake Dynamic Studies

US Geological Survey (USGS) - This study uses a number of different aerial and satellite imagery to assess the extent, rate, and type of lake change (lake area, lake depth, ice growth, lake temperature, lake drainage, lake drying) occurring across Alaska. Initially, a sampling approach similar to that of the Status and Trends project was to be used to select sample areas within the various ecoregions of Alaska however it...
Complete
2007-01-01
2016-12-31
2018-08-09 15:08:54 -0800
15 29 53 659 logo northslope 10 20 02 506 nps logo 09 43 17 665 fws 300x300 15 29 14 173 logo usgs 15 26 12 407 logo adfg 15 23 58 697 logo blm 09 31 36 595 uaf logo
Project Full Record

Assessment of the Punyik Point site to determine impacts from natural erosion.

US Bureau of Land Management (BLM) - Punyik Point is one of the most significant archaeological sites on the North Slope. Assessment work at this site produced previously unknown findings - the presence of European trade materials in a radiocarbon dated pre-Columbian context.
Complete
2004-01-01
2007-01-01
2018-08-09 15:03:02 -0800
15 23 58 697 logo blm 09 31 36 595 uaf logo
Project Full Record