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Review of North Slope, Alaska caribou research

Review of North Slope, Alaska caribou research

report to the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, December 1991.

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Published by Wildlife Management Institute in Washington, D.C. (1101 14th St., N.W., Washington 20005) .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Alaska,
  • North Slope.
    • Subjects:
    • Caribou -- Effect of habitat modification on -- Alaska -- North Slope.,
    • Petroleum -- Prospecting -- Environmental aspects -- Alaska -- North Slope.,
    • Petroleum industry and trade -- Environmental aspects -- Alaska -- North Slope.

    • Edition Notes

      ContributionsAlaska. Dept. of Fish and Game., Wildlife Management Institute.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQL737.U55 R48 1991
      The Physical Object
      Pagination51 leaves ;
      Number of Pages51
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1361562M
      LC Control Number92622092

      Request PDF | Northern Alaska Oil Fields and Caribou | Caribou (Rangifer tarandus) are a prominent factor in regulating and managing oil and gas exploration and development in Alaska. Concerns In a room full of people gathered to consider the cumulative effects of development on Alaska's North Slope, a man captures the entire complex situation in just 40 words. “You have to look at the data closely,” he says, “and think about the science, but when you get up to the North Slope, you'll hear those caribou go thundering past, and you'll get this gut feeling that you just can't

      Request PDF | Response to, A Reevaluation of Caribou Distribution Near an Oilfield Road on Alaska's North Slope | Joly et al. () critically reviewed our paper (Noel et al. ) describing Noel et al. () claimed that oil development on Alaska's North Slope has not adversely affected caribou (Rangifer tarandus) distribution. Their argument was based on the lack of statistical difference between caribou densities at different distances from the Milne Point road, Prudhoe Bay, Alaska, USA, 10–20 years after its ://()34[AROCDN]2.

      Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Land of Extremes: A Natural History of the Arctic North Slope of Alaska by John Hobbie and Alexander Huryn (, Trade Paperback) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products! › eBay › Books › Nonfiction. Defining genetic populations and detecting hybridization with introduced or domestic taxa are two major concerns for the conservation of population-level diversity. We studied the genetic population structure of large, migratory caribou herds (Rangifer tarandus granti) on Alaska’s North Slope and their potential hybridization with introduced domestic reindeer (R. t. tarandus).


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REVIEW OF NORm SLOPE ALASKA. CARIBOU RESEARCH. Report to the Alaska Department of Fish and Game. December. Wildlife Management Institute.

14th Street, N. W., Suite Washington, D.C () Far: () /research_pdfs/   Current status of North Slope Caribou Herds ADFG Press Release May - Western Arctic Caribou Herd NumbersAnimals in Recent Survey CircumArctic Rangifer Monitoring & Assessment Network (CARMA) CARMA is a network of research scientists and resource users from around the circumarctic, including the North Slope Borough Department of and-research-projects/caribou.

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The North Slope Borough is committed to having healthy communities, economically, spiritually and culturally. The Borough works with the tribes, cities, corporations, schools, and businesses to support a strong culture, encourage families and employees to choose a healthy lifestyle, and sustain a vibrant   Investigation of heavy metals in a large mortality event in caribou of northern Alaska.

Arctic 56(2) O’Hara, T.M., et al. Bowhead whale contaminants: A review of current state of knowledge and possible future research directions. Submitted as paper SC/56/E1 to the Scientific Committee of the International Whaling Commission    BOEM Environmental Reports for the North Slope region of Alaska: Caribou Crossing and Pipelines in the Prudhoe Bay Area: Historical Research: Two reports that describe historical research associated with caribou crossing success and pipeline infrastructure in the Prudhoe Bay area are ://   Alaska is home to an estimatedcaribou spread among 32 different herds (as of ) This iconic, circumpolar species with antlers and boundless energy roams from the prairie-like barrens of the Arctic Slope to the brushy Kenai River flats, from the foothills In Denali National Park to the sweeping Alaska Peninsula along the Bering  › Expert Advice › During Your Trip › The Best Caribou Viewing Spots in Alaska.

Obj. Research the potential effects of human activities and climate change on local subsistence species and habitats. Obj. Collaborate with industry operators and responsible agencies in the design, conduct, and review of research efforts focused on the North Slope   North Slope Subsistene Regional Advisory Counil Meeting 5 Draft Fall Counil Meeting Minutes NORTH SLOPE SUBSISTENCE REGIONAL ADVISORY COUNCIL Inupiat Heritage Center Utqiagvik, Alaska AugustMEETING MINUTES Call to Order The meeting was called to order at a.m.

Roll Call   caribou in Alaska have been under way for eighteen years. These studies ~ave concentrated on basic life history of the Steese and Nelchina herds in Central and Southcentral Alaska. Research activities on the Arctic caribou herd in North.- western Alaska were initiated in the late 's on a small cipal drainage of the Arctic Slope north   Prepared for BP Exploration (Alaska) Inc.

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Both our unguided Alaska caribou hunts and guided Alaska caribou hunts are based out of Kotzebue. Northwest Alaska is home to the largest herd of Barren Ground Caribou, called the Western Arctic Herd, with a population of approximately Researchers studied caribou food supplies along a mile region of the Dalton Highway, a gravel road that provides the only land-based link between Alaska's North Slope oil fields and Fairbanks   This research will contribute vital information about environmental observations as well as quantitative and Emerging North Slope Salmon Fisheries Though less visible and widely used than whale and caribou, various species of fish continue to be important subsistence resources for residents of North Slope Slope Emerging Salmon Fisheries Project.

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The taxidermist we recommend is Caribou Ridge Taxidermy (), located in North Pole, AK. If you choose to have your animal taxidermy done here in Alaska, Caribou Ridge Taxidermy (CRT) will pick up   Even though the BLM conclusions were based on 40 years of research and observation, Wackowski’s view ultimately prevailed, lowering the bar for oil and gas development across Alaska’s North ://   Studies of caribou in vicinity of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline on the North Slope were conducted using systematic aerial surveys and.

gra~.;,nd. reconnaissance. R indicate t:hat this:'Central Arctic" herd, estimated at 5, caribou, is not associated with either of the larger adjacent. On the North Slope, caribou use coastal areas in the summer for calving, foraging, and as refuge from insects (White et al.Griffith et al.Wilson et al.

), the same areas targeted by industry for energy production (National Academy of Sciences ). Although caribou populations widely fluctuate in size, recent declines in 3 of   For North Slope, this would only affect the Gates of the Arctic Park.

He said that the Council would be updated at their future meetings. An inventory and monitoring group called Arctic Research Central Network, a standalone project under NPS will be doing aerial survey of brown bear on the Itkillik Preserve, north of Anaktuvuk :// Fall Meeting Central Arctic Caribou Herd early summer (1 Jun – 15 Jul) range in northern Alaska, USA, based on a % minimum convex polygon of caribou collar locations, –