Radical Environmentalism, The New Approach: The Removal of Oil as a Primary Goal of Oil Spill Clean Up
In this paper the author examines the alternative methods of abating a catastrophic oil spill and compares these methods to the controlled burning of an oil spill using a fire-resistant...

Effects of Fine Sediment Intrusion on Spawning Gravel in Southeast Alaska
The supply of sediment to forest streams in Southeastern Alaska is related to the inherent instabilities of landforms, stream channels and the effects of logging practices. Debris avalanches,...

Digital Governor Application — Bradley Lake Project
The Bradley Lake Project has two impulse turbines rated at 60 MW each to provide power to the Railbelt region of Alaska. Solid state digital governors are utilized to respond to system...

Sediment Yield Location Maps
The West National Technical Center of the Soil Conservation Service is compiling a series of colored sediment yield location maps for the eleven western United States, as well as Alaska...

Observations of Seasonal and Interseasonal Variability in Shelikof Strait, Alaska
Nearly five years of monthly mean current data from two locations (one nearshore on the shallow shelf and one in the Shelikof sea valley) are used in conjunction with surface geostrophic...

Cold Regions Hydrology and Hydraulics
The Cold Regions Hydrology and Hydraulics Monograph is the eighth in a series of monographs prepared by the ASCE Technical Council on Cold Regions Engineering. The book is intended to...

Anchorage Sewer Rehabilitation in Campbell Lake
This paper discusses the proposed rehabilitation/replacement of the Campbell Lake portion of the Campbell Creek C-5 Trunk Sewer (C-5 Trunk) located in Anchorage, Alaska. The original corrugated...

Mountain Glaciers - An Overview with Emphasis on Alaska

Managing Natural Resource Damage Assessment

The Exxon Valdez Winter Monitoring Program Results

Petroleum Hydrocarbons in the Water Column of Prince William Sound, Alaska

Model Simulations of the Drift and Spread of the Exxon-Valdez Oil Spill

The Exxon-Valdez Oil Spill: Satellite Analyses

Re-Examination of the Coriolis Effect on the Two-Dimensional Depth-Averaged Model
In the development of the two-dimensional depth-averaged hydrodynamic model equations, a previously ignored Coriolis component in the vertical direction is retained in the governing differential...

Development of the South Anchorage Transit Center: Public/Private Partnership in the Small Urban Area
Public/private partnerships are as useful a tool in smaller urban areas as they are in the larger cities. The arrangements are likely to be simpler and the number of actors fewer, but...

Response to the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill by the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation

Cameo-Valdez: A User's Perspective

Design and Installation of a Pile Foundation in a Remote Area of Alaska

Alaska Floating Breakwater Anchor Force Program

Habitat Use by Fish in the Alaskan Beaufort Sea

 

 

 

 

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