2 edition of Channel erosion surveys along southern segment of the TAPS route, Alaska, 1972 and 1973 found in the catalog.
Channel erosion surveys along southern segment of the TAPS route, Alaska, 1972 and 1973
Joseph M. Childers
|Statement||by Joseph M. Childers.|
|Series||Open-file report (basic data)|
|Contributions||Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 57 p. :|
|Number of Pages||57|
"Alaska's River Highway" documents the barging operation of the Demienteiff family as they deliver necessities of life to remote villages along . Erosion Data. Less than 1% of Alaska's shoreline is critically eroding, according to the report "State Coastal Program Effectiveness in Protecting Natural Beaches, Dunes, Bluffs, and Rock Shores," (T. Bernd-Cohen and M. Gordon), Coastal Management , Approximately % of the coastline has no dry sand at high tide.
Erosion Control. The Northern Region Hydraulics Group is responsible for the design - or approval of the design if done by consultant - of permanent erosion control structures for ADOT projects in the Northern Region. Examples of permanent erosion control structures include: streambank protection/stabilization, energy dissipation devices at culvert outlets, and/or retention/detention ponds and. Coastal erosion and lake evolution between and near Cape Halkett as seen by Landsat 5. Image Credit: USGS Jul 2, • An article by U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) scientists on documentation of coastal land loss, lake expansion and drainage in Alaska from – was recently published in the July issue of Geology, a Geological.
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Get this from a library. Channel erosion surveys along southern segment of the TAPS route, Alaska, and [Joseph M Childers; Geological Survey (U.S.)] -- Report on pre-construction conditions at selected stream channel sites along the southern section of the Trans Alaska Pipeline System from Flood Creek to Valdez.
Childers, J.M.,Channel 1972 and 1973 book surveys along southern segment of the TAPS route, Alaska, and U.S. G~ological Survey Open-File Report (basic data), 57 Size: KB. Alaska Division of Geological and Geophysical Surveys,Annual report Anchorage, Alaska, 57 p. Channel erosion surveys along southern segment of the TAPS route, Alaska, and 0.
Geological Survey Open-File Report (basic data). environmental factors related to TAPS (Trans-Alaska Pipeline system) from Val dez to Fairbanks, Alaska: U.S.
Geological Survey Open-Fil e Report 76, 1 sheet. kyle, P. F.,Streamflow and channel erosion along the TAPS route, in Blean, K.
M., ed., The United States Geological Survey. Get this from a library. Channel erosion surveys along TAPS route, Alaska, [Paul F Doyle; Joseph M Childers; Geological Survey (U.S.),].
Get this from a library. Channel erosion surveys along TAPS route, Alaska, [Paul F Doyle; Joseph M Childers]. WATER RESOURCES ALONG THE TAPS ROUTE, ALASKA, By Joseph M. Childers, Jon W. Nauman, Donald R. Kernodle and Paul F. Doyle ABSTRACT The U.S.
Geological Survey installed 10 streamgaging and water- quality stations along the trans-Alaska pipeline route starting in These stations, mostly north of Fairbanks, add to the historical network. Alaska Baseline Erosion Assessments The Alaska Baseline Erosion Assessment is a result of study efforts specifically authorized and funded by Congress.
The purpose of this study has been to coordinate, plan and prioritize appropriate responses to erosion in Alaska. Beach erosion is a persistent problem along most open-ocean shores of the United States. Along the Arctic coast of Alaska, coastal erosion is widespread, may be accelerating, and is threatening defense and energy-related infrastructure, coastal habitats, and Native communities.
As coastal populations continue to expand and infrastructure and. Alaska’s coastal regions by the Alaska Plant Materials Center (PMC) during the past three decades.
In the first section of this guide, the reader will find useful background infor-mation. A short history of the major impacts to the coast of Alaska is presented, along with an introduction to the principles of revegetation. A primer on coastlineFile Size: 1MB.
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Geological Survey, South Eads Street, Arlington, VA Each year, coastal communities in Western Alaska watch feet - even yards - of shoreline disappear into the waves.
Now, a new online mapping tool will let them look at past erosion. Flood surveys along TAPS route, Alaska. [Joseph M Childers; Geological Survey (U.S.). Water Resources Division. "This report supersedes a previous report "Flood surveys along proposed TAPS route, Alaska, July " (Childers, ) and includes the data from that report"--Page 4.
Description: # Flood surveys along proposed TAPS route. State of Alaska Alaska / Natural Resources DNR / Geological & Geophysical Surveys DGGS / Publications Pubs / River Erosion River Erosion River Erosion Erosion which occurs along rivers and streams, includes both bank erosion and stream bottom erosion.
The Trans-Alaska Pipeline System (TAPS) is an oil transportation system spanning Alaska, including the trans-Alaska crude-oil pipeline, 11 pump stations, several hundred miles of feeder pipelines, and the Valdez Marine is one of the world's largest pipeline systems. It is commonly called the Alaska pipeline, trans-Alaska pipeline, or Alyeska pipeline, (or the pipeline as referred Country: Alaska, United States.
Dept. of Natural Resources Div. of Mining, Land & Water W 7th Ave Suite Anchorage, AK () Alaska is subject to glacial and nearby processes that make permafrost and sea ice key controlling factors of coastal erosion and flooding.
Later forming offshore and land-fast sea ice allow coastal storm waves to build and leave beaches unprotected from wave attack (Simmonds and KeyaDouglasVermaire et al. Terenzi et al. Alaska District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. USACE.
Kenai River Bluff Erosion Project Technical Report. Alaska District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. USACE. Alaska Community Erosion Survey, OMB approved numberexpires Septem received by facsimile from Rick Koch, Kenai city manager on August 8, A state government report estimated that erosion, flooding and other effects of climate change would add up to 20% to those costs over the next 20 years.
90 percent of Alaska. The publishing of the Interior Revegetation and Erosion Control Guide marks my Alaska thirty-third year with the Alaska Plant Materials Center. Much of the early off site plot evaluation- work and revegetation studies during my career took place in Alaska’s Interior.
A shift to work on. State of Alaska > Natural Resources > Geological & Geophysical Surveys > Maps > Alaska Shoreline Change Tool. This interactive tool displays historic and predicted shoreline position throughout Alaska.
Users can explore the coasts of the state to see where shoreline has been in the past, and where it .a Author to whom all correspondence should be addressed: [email protected] This document should be cited as: Nichols, J., K.
Schroeder, B. Frenette, J. Williams, A. Crupi, and K. Smikrud. A user guide for performing stream habitat surveys in Southeast Alaska. Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Special Publication No.Size: 4MB.ALASKA BASELINE EROSION ASSESSMENT U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Alaska District Erosion Information Paper – Anchor Point, Alaska Current as of Ap Community Information Anchor Point (AN-kur Point), population 1, is on the Kenai Peninsula at the Anchor River.