Caribou Monitoring for Bear Tooth Unit, 2019

The caribou monitoring study for the Bear Tooth Unit (BTU) area was conducted on the Arctic Coastal Plain of northern Alaska in the northeastern portion of the National Petroleum Reserve–Alaska. This region is used primarily by one herd of barren-ground caribou (Rangifer tarandus granti)—the Teshekpuk Caribou Herd (TCH), although some animals from the Central Arctic Herd (CAH) may use the area in some years.

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ISO Topics biota
Primary Contact CPAI Environmental Studies Coordinator (n1798@conocophillips.com)
Other Contacts Alexander K. Prichard (Email: aprichard@abrinc.com), Joseph H. Welch (Email: jwelch@abrinc.com), Matthew J. Macander (Email: mmacander@abrinc.com, Phone: 9074556777)
Primary Organization ABR, Inc.
Funding Organizations ConocoPhillips
Other Organizations ConocoPhillips
Organization Types Industry and Consultants
Geo-keywords North Slope
Status Complete
End Date 2020-08-01
Created December 22, 2020, 14:47 (AKST)
Last Updated July 1, 2021, 22:20 (AKDT)