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environmental report on the Alaskan Arctic gas pipeline

Ann Elizabeth Crowner

environmental report on the Alaskan Arctic gas pipeline

an internship with Battelle-Columbus Laboratories

by Ann Elizabeth Crowner

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Published by Miami University in Oxford, Ohio .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ecology -- Alaska,
  • Trans-Alaska Pipeline (Alaska)

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Ann Elizabeth Crowner
    ContributionsBattelle Memorial Institute
    The Physical Object
    Pagination82 leaves, typed :
    Number of Pages82
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14590255M


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Struction of environmental report on the Alaskan Arctic gas pipeline book pipeline north ofthe Yukon River, a road will be built for access and the movement of equipment, materials, and personnel during con­ struction. This road, which is proposed to become part of the State of Alaska highway system, will Cited by: 2.

National Research Council: Cumulative Environmental Effects of Oil and Gas Activities on Alaska’s North Slope Written by the National Research Council of the National Academies of Science, this book compiles existing research about the environmental, social, and economic impacts of current oil and gas operations along Alaska’s North Shore, the area.

Arctic Gas Biological Report Series Quimby, R., and D.J. Snarski. A study of fur-bearing mammals associated with gas pipeline routes in Alaska.

environmental report on the Alaskan Arctic gas pipeline book Chapter 2 in A.D. Jakimchuk, ed. Distribution of moose, sheep, muskox and furbearing mammals in northeastern Alaska. Canadian Arctic Gas Study. But the biggest environmental problem with the Alaskan Pipeline is the potential for oil spills.

The Exxon Valdez oil spill in is the most well-known pipeline disaster. The oil tanker ran into a reef in Prince William Sound and spilled overbarrels of oil. The Alaska Natural Gas Pipeline: Background, Status, and Issues for Congress Congressional Research Service 1 Introduction Over forty years environmental report on the Alaskan Arctic gas pipeline book, large natural gas reserves were discovered at Prudhoe Bay, Alaska.

Since that time, Congress has been encouraging the development of those natural gas : Paul W. Parfomak. Arctic Gas, a 27‐company consortium, already ha's applied for permits to build a 2,mile pipeline through Canada.

In Canada, the applications were made to the National Energy Board and to the. economic oil and gas development in the offshore Arctic regions. Potential causes of pipeline leakage in the Arctic environment include high bending strain resulting from ground movement, ice gouging and strudel scour.

Leakage may also occur due to failure of pipeline connections,File Size: 45MB. Canadian arctic islands prompted the initiation of offshore pipeline construction studies, aimed at developing successful methods of laying offshore pipelines through the environmental report on the Alaskan Arctic gas pipeline book to the seafloor.

More recently, the Northstar and Liberty pipelines offshore Alaska employed strain-based methodologies to offshore pipeline design. The most recent census of the Western Arctic caribou herd (WAH), Alaska’s largest herd, was released in The report states that the WAH had declined to ab animals by After the pipeline was built, “[f]rom to the herd grew 13% annually, and from to it grew 1–3% annually.

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Offshore Arctic Oil and Gas Market Report provides a detailed capital expenditure forecast for the oil and gas sector in the Arctic region and analysis on offshore oil and gas developments within the Arctic Circle and in the three major "sub-Arctic" areas: Sakhalin Island, the Jeanne D'Arc Basin offshore Eastern Canada and the Cook Inlet in Alaska.

“Arctic Natural gas Pipelines and the Challenges of Cold Regions,” in Northern Perspectives, Vol Number 1, pp. Contaminants White T.L., “Contaminant Behaviour in Freezing Soils and Permafrost: Fate, Transport, and Transformation” thirteen-volume environmental engineering library equipped with CD-ROM containing five.

Abstract. The Polar Gas Project is one of the most challenging and fascinating undertakings being contemplated in the world today. It was formed in late with the mandate to plan the research and engineering for the transportation of large volumes of frontier natural gas from the Canadian Arctic Islands to markets in Canada and the United : L.

Etchegary, Walter Hindle. Arctic Alaskan Pipeline Workshop Summary NovemberExecutive Summary. On November 8 & 9,a workshop on Alaska Arctic Pipelines was held at the Hotel Captain Cook in Anchorage, Alaska.

The workshop was initiated and sponsored by the Minerals Management Services (MMS) through the Technology Assessment and Research (TAR). In a separate report, the Council on Environmental Quality concurred with the task force, in which it participated, and termed the Arctic Gas proposal’ “unacceptable on environmental grounds.”.

Department of Environmental Conservation. Mailing Address: P.O. Box Juneau, Alaska Location: Willoughby Avenue, Juneau. Studies to determine the impact of gas pipeline development on aquatic ecosystems.

[Peter J McCart; Aquatic Environments Limited.; Canadian Arctic Gas Study Limited.; Alaskan Arctic Gas Study Company.] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help # Natural gas pipelines--Environmental aspects--Arctic regions\/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema.

This is your public service 1-stop-shop for Alaskan and Canadian Arctic energy commentary, news, history, projects and people.

We update it often for you, but less than in prior days -- before the advent of shale gas rendered many Arctic pipeline projects uncompetitive. The Trump administration today released a draft environmental impact statement for the Alaska LNG project, which would export American fossil fuel to Asia.

The proposal calls for an mile pipeline, a facility to liquefy natural gas, and the shipping of about 20 million tons of the condensed fuel abroad every year.

The pipeline would have a daily capacity of billion. Coastal Plain Oil and Gas Leasing Program EISThe Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Alaska State Office, Anchorage, Alaska, prepared an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) to implement an oil and gas leasing program within the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge Coastal Plain.

The area comprising the Coastal Plain includes approximately million acres within. Cold Regions Science and Technology, 7 () Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam --Printed in The Netherlands A Polar Gas Pipeline for the Canadian Arctic Olavi M.

Kaustinen Polar Gas Project Toronto Abstract The Polar Gas Project was established in to determine the best means of moving frontier natural gas reserves from Canada's High Arctic Cited by: 6.

Alaska is a major step closer to securing the key federal license to build a long-sought North Slope natural gas pipeline and export project. The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on Friday.

This Environmental Report on the Alaskan segment was prepared by the staff of the Arctic Environmental Information and Data Center, of the University of Alaska, Anchorage ("AEIDC") under the direction of David M.

Hickok. augmented Northwest Pipeline Corporation gas pipelines. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Dabbs, Don L.

Pipeline revegetation. [Calgary]: Canadian Arctic Gas Study ; [s.l.]: Alaskan Arctic Gas Study Co., Towards an environmental impact assessment of the portion of the Mackenzie gas pipeline from Alaska to Alberta. Author: George W Calef ; Environment Protection Board.

Get this from a library. Ornithological studies conducted in the area of the proposed gas pipeline, [William W H Gunn; L.G.L. Limited, Environmental Research Associates.; Canadian Arctic Gas Study Limited.; Alaskan Arctic Gas Study Company.]. The Trans-Alaska Pipeline System (TAPS) transports a bit more thanb/d of North Slope oil.

A study by pipeline operator Alyeska concluded that a host of problems affecting TAPS operations could develop with throughput betweenb/d andb/d.

[citation needed] While the Alaska pipeline will access gas fields in Alaska's North Slope, the Mackenzie Gas Project will provide North America with access to Canadian Arctic gas from the Beaufort Sea and Mackenzie Delta.

Construction of the Mackenzie Gas Project will also create a major trunk line through NWT which will make it feasible to tap into additional natural gas fields Country: Canada. Surveys of mammals along the proposed gas pipeline in Alberta.

[Calgary]: Canadian Arctic Gas Study ; [S.l.]: Alaskan Arctic Gas Study Co., (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: R D Jakimchuk; Renewable Resources Consulting Services.; Canadian Arctic Gas Study Limited.; Alaskan Arctic Gas Study Company.

@article{osti_, title = {The trans-Alaska pipeline controversy: Technology, conservation, and the frontier}, author = {Coates, P A}, abstractNote = {The Trans-Alaska Pipeline was the object of perhaps the most passionately fought conservation battle in the U.S.

Although numerous authors documented the pipeline construction during its construction. A New York Times analysis found more than 60 environmental policies officially rolled back under Mr.

Trump and another 34 rollbacks still in progress. @article{osti_, title = {Wetland soils and vegetation, Arctic Foothills, Alaska}, author = {Walker, M D and Walker, D A and Everett, K R}, abstractNote = {This report is one of a series sponsored by the FWS to examine relationships between wetland plants and soils in a variety of habitats.

It examines a first order watershed in the Arctic Foothills of the Brooks Range, northern Alaska. Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR): An Overview Congressional Research Service Summary In the ongoing energy debate in Congress, one recurring issue has been whether to allow oil and gas development in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR, or the Refuge) in northeastern Alaska.