Caribou Monitoring Study for the Bear Tooth Unit Program, Arctic Coastal Plain, Alaska 2020

Caribou use of the Bear Tooth Unit area has been studied since 2001 using a combination of aerial surveys, analysis of telemetry data, and remote sensing in order to understand caribou distribution and movements prior to development in the area. This report summarizes field research conducted in 2020 and analyses of data collected over the life of the project.

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Field Value
ISO Topics biota
Primary Contact CPAI Environmental Studies Coordinator (
Primary Organization ConocoPhillips
Other Organizations ABR
Organization Types Industry and Consultants
Geo-keywords North Slope
Created August 17, 2021, 13:02 (AKDT)
Last Updated August 17, 2021, 14:08 (AKDT)