2 edition of Hydrologic reconnaissance of streams and springs in eastern Brooks Range, Alaska, July 1972 found in the catalog.
Hydrologic reconnaissance of streams and springs in eastern Brooks Range, Alaska, July 1972
Joseph M. Childers
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Geological Survey, Water Resources Division in Anchorage
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 25.
|Statement||by J. M. Childers, C. E. Sloan, and J. P. Meckel.|
|Series||Basic-data report - U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Geological Survey, Water Resources Division, Alaska District, Basic-data report (Geological Survey (U.S.). Water Resources Division. Alaska District)|
|Contributions||Sloan, Charles E., 1930-, Meckel, J. P.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||25 p. :|
|Number of Pages||25|
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Maximum evident flood peak discharges. The part of the Arctic coast of Alaska between the Colville River and the Canadian boundary was visited in April, August, and November The study area is characterized by its cold climate and is largely uninhabited, but oil and gas discoveries have spurred development of parts of the area.
Sensible, coordinated development requires information about water resources. 2 GEOCHEMICAL RECONNAISSANCE, SOUTHERN BROOKS RANGE, ALASKA MILES OA FIGURE Index map of Alaska showing location of Wiseman and Chandalar quadrangles.
Areas of figures 2, 4, and 9 are shown in relation to the areas of schist and granite and to the gold placers (black dots).
phyllite and clastic rocks. AN EXPANDING ROLE FOR SUBARCTIC WATERSHED RESEARCH1. Hydrologic Reconnaissance of Streams and Springs in Eastern Brooks Range, Alaska - July HYDROLOGIC RECONNAISSANCE OF THE NOATAK RIVER BASIN, ALASKA, the western part of the Brooks Range (fig.
1) and is entirely north of the Arctic Circle. The basin contains one village, Noatak, about 70 river mi above the mouth (late summer) hydrologic reconnaissance surveys were timed : Joseph M. Childers, Donald R.
Kernodle. Geochemical Reconnaissance In the Wiseman and Chandalar Districts and Adjacent Region, Southern Brooks Range, Alaska By W. BROSGE and H. REISER GEOLOGICAL SURVEY PROFESSIONAL PAPER UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE, WASHINGTON: Author: William Peters Brosge, H.N.
Reiser. --The Brooks Range is an important big-game area in Alaska, supporting brown and black bear, wolf, wolverine, caribou, and Dall sheep.
Smaller mammals include marmot, red and arctic fox, ground squirrel, lemming, and pika. The Brooks Range is an important resting area for migrating waterfowl and songbirds during summer.
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Alaska geologists Frank Schrader, J. Edward Spurr and Harold Goodrich pose in work clothes, USGS Photo Library. During the s and s, the expeditions of the Navy and the Revenue Marine Service, as well as the observations of wandering prospectors, helped to chart the twists and turns of river systems in the Brooks Range.
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July Sept. How To Use This Book This book is intended to present the basic life histo-ries and identifying characteristics of some of the most frequently seen bears along Brooks River within Katmai National Park.
It is not intended to be a complete check-list of bears at Brooks River, but rather a representative sample. Three hot springs areas near the Yukon River are at Kokrines, Chena Hot Springs (seen to the right), and Manley Hot Springs, and there are many others along the mile wide Brooks Mountain Range.
Later as the White Mountains formed, its northern slopes merged with the southern slopes of the Brooks to form the Yukon Valley. Z:\Tailings Main Dam\Tailings Main Dam History \Report in Progress\Dam History 2 for 32 miles to the Wulik River.
The Wulik River flows for 32 miles and discharges into the Chukchi Sea at Kivalina. A fish weir is situated across Red Dog Creek, miles downstream of the tailings main Size: 9MB. Gazetteer of hydrologic characteristics of streams in Massachusetts: Hydrologic reconnaissance of the Bear River basin in southeastern Idaho, Water for Anchorage; an atlas of the water resources of the Anchorage area, Alaska, (Anchorage]: City of Anchorage, ), by Geological Survey (U.S.).
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The project has focused on headwater streams that are too small for adult salmon to reach but serve as rearing habitat for millions of juvenile salmon that.