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Man Standing Next to Trans-Alaska Pipeline
TAPS; Trans-Alaska Pipeline; Oil Development; ARLIS; Industries; Alaska
Chuck Evans oral history transcript
History; Biography; Aquatic birds; Biologists (USFWS); Birds; Employees (USFWS); Environmental education; Landscape conservation; Ponds; Preservation (Specimens); Scientific personnel (USFWS); Waterfowl; Wetlands; Wildlife management; Wildlife...
Oral history interview with Chuck Evans with Jim King as interviewer.
Dalton Highway and Trans-Alaska Pipeline
Aerial photography; Human impacts; Oil production; Petroleum industry; Scenics; Tundra;
Aerial view of the Trans-Alaska oil pipeline and the Dalton Highway running across the landscape.
Marvin L. Plenert oral history transcript
History; Biography; Work of the Service; Wetlands; Public policies; Wildlife refuges; Employees (USFWS); Endangered species;
Marvin L. Plenert oral history interview as conducted by Jerry C. Grover. Mr. Plenert was the former regional director of the FWS Pacific region.
Dale Evans oral history transcript
History; Biography; Aerial photography; Aircraft; Artifacts; Automobiles; Aviation; Biologists (USFWS); Boating; Boats; Employees (USFWS); Fishes; Fishing; Human impacts; Mapping; Surveying; Law enforcement; Scientific personnel (USFWS);...
Oral history interview with Dale Evans with Jim King as interviewer. May 17, 2000 1806 NW Aubrey Rd Bend, OR 97701 541/388-3837
Comparison of actual and predicted impacts of the trans-Alaska pipeline system and Prudhoe Bay oilfields on the north slope of Alaska
Arctic National Wildlife Refuge Comprehensive Conservation Plan Environmental Impact Statement Wilderness Review Wild River Plans Final
Document;Wildlife refuges; Planning
Arctic National Wildlife Refuge Draft Revised Comprehensive Conservation Plan Draft Environmental Impact Statement Wilderness Review Wild and Scenic River Review Volume 2
Document;Wildlife refuges; Planning
Pingo and Gravel Excavation East of Colville River
Trans-Alaska Pipeline; TAPS; permafrost; Industries; oil; ARLIS; Alaska
Aerial view of pingo.
Tundra Damage Northwest of Prudhoe Bay
Trans-Alaska Pipeline; TAPS; environmental impact; ARLIS; Alaska
One pass in summer with a tracked vehicle.
Pipe Storage at Prudhoe Bay
TAPS;Trans-Alaska Pipeline; Industries; Oil; ARLIS; Alaska
Aerial view of pipe storage at Prudhoe Bay.
Trans-Alaska Pipeline Road Construction
Industries; TAPS; Oil Production; ARLIS; Alaska
Aerial view of overlay construction.
Destruction by Oil Exploration
Wildlife refuges; Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge; Trans-Alaska Pipeline; TAPS; ARLIS; Alaska
Clarence Rhode NWR. "This oil exploration activity, although located outside the range bounday is an example of the type of development that would not be compatible with wildlife management objective or wilderness."
Vehicular Damage on Tundra
Industries; Oil Production; TAPS;Trans-Alaska Pipeline; ARLIS; Alaska
Aerial view. This channel was created by movement of vehicles during thaw season and has already drained several lakes east of Colville River Delta; vehicular damage on North Slope.
Vehicle Tracks West of Toolik River
North Slope; Industries; Oil Production; TAPS; Trans-Alaska Pipeline; Arctic Plain; ARLIS; Alaska
This aerial view shows the detrimental effect of driving vehicles over the tundra during thaw season.
Prudhoe Bay, Alaska
Alaska; TAPS;Trans-Alaska Pipeline; ARLIS; Industries; Oil Production; Alaska
Aerial view of Prudhoe Bay "State #1."
GSI Camp Sign, Canning River
Smith Mountains; North Slope; TAPS; Trans-Alaska Pipeline; Industries; Oil Exploration; Alaska
Aerial view of huge letters cut into tundra - "GSI" with arrow pointing to camp near Canning River.
North of Livingood, Subsidence on the Hickel Highway
Trans-Alaska Pipeline; TAPS; permafrost; ARLIS; Industries
Subsidence on Hickel Highway or James Dalton Highway.
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