Hydrologic reconnaissance of the Beluga, Peters Creek, and Healy coal areas, Alaska

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U.S. Geological Survey, Water Resources Division , Anchorage, Alaska
Hydrology -- Alaska, Water quality -- A
Statementby David R. Scully, Andrea P. Krumhardt, and Donald R. Kernodle ; prepared in cooperation with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
SeriesWater-resources investigations -- 81-56
ContributionsKrumhardt, Andrea P, Kernodle, Donald R, United States. Environmental Protection Agency, Geological Survey (U.S.). Water Resources Division
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Get this from a library. Hydrologic reconnaissance of the Beluga, Peters Creek, and Healy coal areas, Alaska. [David R Scully; Andrea P Krumhardt; Donald R Kernodle; United States.

Environmental Protection Agency.; Geological Survey (U.S.). Water Resources Division.]. Data are tabulated from a hydrologic study of the Beluga, Peters Creek, and Healy coal areas in Alaska from July to June These include streamflow and water-quality data for all three areas, groundwater data for the Beluga and Healy coal areas, and information from springs in the Beluga coal area.

Results of analyses of samples of the benthic invertebrate community in the. Get this from a library. Data from a hydrologic reconnaissance of the Beluga, Peters Creek, and Healy coal areas, Alaska.

[David R Scully; Andrea P. RECONNAISSANCE OF THE BELUGA RIVER COALFIELD, ALASKA'/ by R. Maloney 2 / SUMMARY The Bureau of Mines conducted a reconnaissance of the less accessible parts of the Peters Creek River coalfield in August to determine, if possible, which areas were most favorable for developing large reserves of coal suitable for open-pit min-ing.

Geologic maps and Hydrologic reconnaissance of the Beluga of the principal coal-bearing areas in the northern and central parts of the Beluga-Yentna region. Sections of coal beds in central part of Beluga-Yentna region. Sections of coal beds in Capps Glacier area.

Geologic map and section of Beluga and Chuitna River areas. Sections of coal beds in Beluga River Cited by: Hydrologic reconnaissance of the Beluga, Peters Creek, and Healy coal areas, Alaska / (Anchorage, Alaska: U.S.

Geological Survey, Water Resources Division, Hydrologic reconnaissance of the Bear River basin in southeastern Idaho, ([Boise. Idaho Dept. of Reclamation]. Data from a hydrologic reconnaissance of the Beluga, Peters Creek, and Healy coal areas, Alaska - Hydrologic reconnaissance of the Beluga, Peters Creek, and Healy coal areas, Alaska - Geology and ground-water resources of the Matanuska Valley agricultural area, Alaska - Potential for circumventing internal nutrient-recycling in Lucile Lake at.

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. HYDROLOGIC RECONNAISSANCE OF THE UNALAKLEET RIVER BASIN, ALASKA, By Charles E. Sloan, Donald R. Kernodle, and Ronald Huntsinger ABSTRACT The Unalakleet River from its headwaters to the confluence of the Chiroskey River has been designated as a wild river and is included in the National Wild and Scenic Rivers : C.E.

Sloan, D.R. Kernodle, Ronald Huntsinger. Hydrologic reconnaissance of the Chilkat River basin, southeast Alaska: with special reference to the Alaska Chilkat Bald Eagle Preserve [Edward F.

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Geological Survey, Water Resources Division, ). Hydrologic Investigation of the Ophir Creek Watershed Near Yakutat, Alaska by Edward G. Neal Abstract Data on streamflow and ground-water levels were collected in the Ophir Creek water- shed in southeast Alaska to obtain information about the relations between streamflow, ground-water levels, and precipitation.

In addi-File Size: 6MB. This WRIR is about the study of nitrate sources, spatial distribution and possible septic system influence in ground water, Peters Creek Area, Alaska.

U.S. Geological Survey WRIR Online version Nitrate Source Indicators in Ground Water of the Scimitar Subdivision, Peters Creek Area, Anchorage, Alaska. Beluga Whale in Bristol Bay by Alaska Natives, Technical Paper No.

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Duck Creek, located in the Mendenhall Valley in Juneau, Alaska, has experienced dramatic development in the last 50 years resulting in a decline in. Alaska Department of Fish and Game P.O. Box W. 8th Street Juneau, AK Office Locations. Historical Weather.

Below are weather averages from to according to data gathered from the nearest official weather station. The nearest weather station for both precipitation and temperature measurements is WHITES CROSS which is approximately 14 miles away and has an elevation of feet (1, feet lower than Purches Creek).).

Because the nearest station Canyon Creek: mi. Fish Creek wanders through the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska, a million acre region managed by the Bureau of Land Management on Alaska's North Slope.

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USGS has periodically assessed oil and gas resource potential there. These assessments can be found here. Details. Image Dimensions: x Date Taken: (approx.). Mean annual air temperature is − °C at the Ikpikpuk climate station () and − °C () at the Fish Creek climate station [49], with a mean summer precipitation of.

This study focuses on the development of a 20 attribute lake cover classification scheme for the Fish Creek Watershed (FCW), which is located in the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska (NPR-A).

The GIS dataset consists of 4, lakes (which were extracted from a 5m resolution IfSAR/orthophoto image) covering 18% of the 4, km2 FCW and provides. Our study area is the Rosa-Keystone Dunes Field in the Shaw Creek Flats of the middle Tanana River basin, interior Alaska, one of the oldest continuously occupied areas in.

Creek, and the George River. Trapping is widespread in the Crooked Creek and George River drainages. Bear are hunted along the Kuskokwim River and its tributaries, and caribou are hunted in the Horn and Russian Mountains.

There is active placer mining in the Flat-Iditarod, Crooked Creek, Granite Creek, and Moore Creek areas. Access. Hidden Creek Lake (HCL), an ice-marginal lake impounded by Kennicott Glacier, Wrangell Mountains, Alaska, fills annually to ~20 to 30 x ~10⁶ m³ and then drains subglacially within 2 to 3 days.

During the and jökulhlaups, we carried out a series of planned observations around the lake and in the Kennicott River, which drains the.

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guidelines for Chuckchi coastal areas Of Alaska and the northwest region of Alaska. The study was also Intended to provtde revegetatlon data to Comlnco Alaska, allowing the company to make sound declsIons regarding any potential revegetatlon along the highway corridor or the site.

Based on the contaIned In this report, the following. Last updated on Thursday, Mar AKST. Site optimized for Netscape 7, IE 6 or above. Not sure who to contact. Have a question about DNR.

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Integrated hydrologic and hydrochemical observations of Hidden Creek Lake jo¨kulhlaups, Kennicott Glacier, Alaska Suzanne P.

Anderson,1,2 Joseph S. Walder,3 Robert S. Anderson,1,2 Erin R. Kraal,1 Michelle Cunico,4 Andrew G. Fountain,4 and Dennis C. Trabant5 Received 20 November ; revised 5 February ; accepted 25 March ; published 10 October The Chignik Regional Aquaculture Association (CRAA) is concerned that Black Lake, located on the south side of the Alaska Peninsula, is naturally degrading as a juvenile sockeye salmon nursery habitat.

CRAA considers the low-water storage capacity in the Black Lake system to be a major threat to Chignik sockeye salmon production. The report criticizes the Alaska Division of Public Health (ADPH) investigation, conclusions, and recommendations published in ACAT calls for more environmental and human testing, restricting areas for subsistence food gathering, and increasing efforts to control pollution sources and environmental contamination.

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There is some rugged, rugged terrain on the trip including a huge boulder field that stretches all the way across the first valley.Assessment of Coastal Water Resources and Watershed Conditions at Aniakchak National Monument and Preserve (Alaska) Sea otter survey areas along the Alaska Peninsula coastline (from Burn and Doroff, adjacent to, but outside and minimum streamflow for Russell Creek near Cold Bay, at the western end of the Alaska Peninsula, approximately.

Data on the Colville River mouth (Alaska, USA) are used to discuss the regularities in hydrological processes taking place in river mouth areas, functioning under extreme arctic conditions.

Seasons and periods are recognized in the annual cycle of the Colville river mouth hydrologic regime. A thick ice cover commonly forms in winter in the river, its delta Cited by: 3.