2 edition of Channel erosion surveys along TAPS route, Alaska, 1974 found in the catalog.
Channel erosion surveys along TAPS route, Alaska, 1974
Joseph M. Childers
|Statement||by Joseph M. Childers and Stanley H. Jones|
|Series||Open-file report - U.S. Geological Survey, Open-file report (Geological Survey (U.S.))|
|Contributions||Jones, Stanley H., jt. auth., Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 145 p. :|
|Number of Pages||145|
ALASKA BASELINE EROSION ASSESSMENT U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Alaska District Erosion Information Paper - Kaltag, Alaska Current as of March 5, Community Information Kaltag (KAL-tag), population , is on the west bank of the Yukon River, 75 miles west of . Coastal erosion has more than doubled in Alaska -- up to 45 feet per year -- in a 5-year period between and along a mile stretch of the Beaufort Sea. The U.S. Geological Survey-led study reveals that average annual erosion rates along this part of the Beaufort Sea climbed from historical levels of about 20 feet per year between the mids and lates, to 28 feet per year.
The U.S. Geological Survey-led study reveals that average annual erosion rates along this part of the Beaufort Sea climbed from historical levels of about 20 feet per year between the mids and lates, to 28 feet per year between the lates and early s, to . The shoreline along Alaska’s northern coast has eroded at some of the fastest rates in the nation, putting local communities, oil fields and coastal habitat at risk, says a new report from the U.
Storm surges along the Chukchi Sea coast have raised sea level 3 m or more, inundating and undermining the foundations of two 5,gallon oil tanks that . erosion throughout Alaska. The study, begun in April and completed in March , was specifically funded by the U.S. Congress. After conducting the study, the Corps prepared a technical report intended to help Federal, State, Tribal, and local stakeholders to develop strategies and plans for addressing erosion issues in Alaska.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Childers, Joseph M., Channel erosion surveys along TAPS route, Alaska, Anchorage, Alaska: U.S. Dept. of the. Repeated site surveys and aerial photographs at 26 stream crossings along the trans-Alaska pipeline system (TAPS) route during the period provide chronologie records of channel changes that predate pipeline-related construction at the sites.
The surveys and photographs show some of the channel changes wrought by construction of the haul road from the Yukon River to Prudhoe Bay and.
Channel surveys 1974 book made along the TAPS (Trans-Alaska Pipeline System) route during at the same 27 sites that were surveyed in One additional site was put under surveillance in Except for construction changes wrought by installation of the pipeline, most of the sites surveyed showed very Alaska change since the surveys.
Channel surveys were made along the trans-Alaska pipeline system (TAPS) route during at the same 28 sites that were studied in In addition, a new site at pipeline mile 22 near Deadhorse (alignment No ) along the Sagavanirktok River was put under surveillance. Except for changes wrought by the completion of construction, most of the sites showed very little change.
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]. Childers, J.M.,Channel erosion surveys along southern segment of the TAPS route, Alaska, and U.S.
G~ological Survey Open-File Report (basic data), 57 p. The previous assessment included data for two time periods, circas and circas. The update includes data from two additional time periods, circas and circas.
The updated assessment confirms that Alaska’s north coast is dominantly erosional, with 84 percent showing shoreline retreat over the long term (s–s) and 77 percent over the short term. The Pan-American Highway is a system of roads measuring ab km (19, mi) long that crosses through the entirety of North, Central, and South America, with the sole exception of the Darién Gap.
On the South American side, the Highway terminates at Turbo, Colombia, near On the Panamanian side, the road terminus is the town of Yaviza at.
Project Manager @ Tribal Coordinator Public Information [email protected] Flood surveys along TAPS route, Alaska. [Joseph M Childers; Geological Survey (U.S.). Water Resources Division. Water Resources Division, Alaska District, Series: Basic-data report. Edition/Format: Print book: National government publication: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated Book: All Authors.
Alaska along the proposed route and elsewhere in Alaska and in Canada along alternative routes, (3) socioeconomic envi ronment of the State of Alaska, and (4) a wide variety of alter natives.
The analysis was designed specifically to fit the project and environment that would be affected. The environment was. 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.
Metz, P.A.,Geological factors governing the formation of the gold placer deposits of the Fairbanks mining district, Alaska, in Albanese, M.D., and Campbell, B.W., comps., Placer mining-jobs for Alaska: Proceedings of the Ninth Annual Alaska Conference on Placer Mining Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys.
Erosion which occurs along rivers and streams, includes both bank erosion and stream bottom erosion. Below is a list of publications related to River Erosion. Select a publication number to access more detailed information and their respective files available for download.
Erosion which occurs along beaches and shorelines. Alaska: Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys Raw Data File7 p.
J.R., and Kennedy, K.S.,Channel migration study of Emmonak, Alaska: Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys Report of Investigation14 p., 2 sheets, scalePublished Soil Surveys for Alaska. Current, official soil survey information is on the Web Soil Survey. The Web Soil Survey allows you to create custom reports by selecting a specific area of interest.
In the table below, clicking on a survey area that is listed as "current" takes you to the Web Soil Survey. Alaska Community Erosion Survey, OMB approved numberexpires Septem administered to John Mohorcick, KRC manager and Ann Bayless, Anchor Point resident and Greg McCullough, year resident on April 28 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, Additional Information.
According to the Homer planner, all areas along the Homer coastal bluffs are subject to erosion. The Kachemak Bay Research Reserve (KBRR) prepared an estimate of coastal bluff erosion based on interpretation of a series of aerial maps (,and ).
Streamflow and channel erosion investigations along the TAPS route, by J. M. Childers, D. Kernodle, and R. Loeffler --A - - - Map showing epicenters and firat-motion plots of earthquakes beneath Icy Bay between September and September The United States Geological Survey in Alaska Accomplishments during Kathleen M.
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