[Evaluation of the Northwest Alaskan reconnaissance material sites from Delta Junction to the Canadian border]
An evaluation of the Alaskan Pipeline Company reconnaissance material sites from Delta Junction, Alaska to the Canadian border. The survey was conducted in the summer 1978, and the evaluation completed in early 1979. For each site there is a data summary consisting of a brief identification; descrip...
|Alternate Title:||Material site reconnaissance|
|Corporate Contributor(s):||Northwest Alaskan Pipeline Company|
|Document Type:||Memorandum Report|
|Publisher:||Alaska Office of the Pipeline Coordinator|
|Date:||March 30, 1979|
|Addressee / Recipient:||Ott, Al|
|Sponsor / Funder:||Northwest Alaskan Pipeline Company|
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|Library Holdings:||Print Versions|
|Summary:||An evaluation of the Alaskan Pipeline Company reconnaissance material sites from Delta Junction, Alaska to the Canadian border. The survey was conducted in the summer 1978, and the evaluation completed in early 1979. For each site there is a data summary consisting of a brief identification; description on its access, geomorphology, slope/aspect, drainage system, terrestrial habitat, aquatic habitat, and fish and wildlife observations; evaluation of impacts (aesthetics, water quality, fish, wildlife, timber, and hydraulics), and a recommendation.|
|Physical Description:||224 p.|
|Notes:||Title supplied by cataloger based on letter to Mr. Kuhn.|
Title of enclosed March 29 memorandum: Material sites (NAPLINE) between Delta Junction and the Canadian border.
Title of Attachment A, which accompanies the March 29 memorandum: Material sites, Delta Junction and the Canadian border.
Running title in reconnaissance report (in Attachment B accompanying the March 29 memorandum): Material site reconnaissance.
This report consists primarily of a reconnaissance report 219 leaves long prepared by the Alaska Dept. of Fish and Game and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service referred to as "an evaluation of the Northwest Alaskan reconnaissance material sites from Delta to the Canadian border." It was originally sent accompanied by a letter of transmittal (a memorandum dated Mar. 29, 1979) from Al Ott (Supervisor, Pipeline Surveillance Team, Habitat Protection Section, ADF&G) to Amos C. Mathews (State Pipeline Coordinator). This document here includes the original report and Mar. 29 memorandum along with another letter of transmittal dated the next day from Al Ott to Edwin Kuhn (Director, Government and Environmental Affairs, Northwest Alaskan Pipeline Company) which was copied to another company officer and thirteen state and federal officers.