Aquatic Farming in Alaska

Asphalt Pavement Crack Control at Fairbanks International Airport

A Toolset for Tailoring Processor Architectures
The M2 toolset is a collection of programs for determining combinations of algorithms, architectures, and fabrications which meet a set of application constraints. The paper describes...

Response of Concrete Island Drilling System to Ice Impact Loading
The lateral stability and load/deformation characteristics of the Concrete Island Drilling System structure under ice impact loading conditions were studied. The 300-foot-square (91.5-meter...

Model Test Usage in Determining Operation Limits

OCSEAP Data and Information Management

Feasibility, Licensing and Design: Bradley Lake Hydroelectric Project
This paper describes the licensing, environmental, engineering, and design aspects of the project. Due to the project's remote location and geological setting, the paper will...

Sand Bag Slope Protection: Design, Construction, and Performance

Coastal Geomorphology of Arctic Alaska

Ice Gouge Processes in the Alaskan Beaufort Sea

Hydropower in the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge
The Terror Lake Hydroelectric Project is unique in that it is the only energy project to be constructed in a National Wildlife refuge. A National Wildlife Refuge has few equals to blocking...

Thermal and Mechanical Erosion of Slopes and Beaches

Morphologic and Hydraulic Adjustments of Red River from Shreveport, LA to Fulton, AK, between 1886 and 1980
Morphometric data (channel width and depth and slope) from 4 hydrographic surveys of Red River (1886, 1938, 1968, 1980) from Shreveport to Fulton and specific-gage analyses for the gages...

Berm Type Armor Protection for a Runway Extension at Unalaska, Alaska
A proposed runway extension located on the Aleutian islands was designed to withstand forces of Bering Sea storm generated waves using a unique armor protection concept. The proposed runway...

Revegetation in the Arctic (abstract)
A tremendous amount of information on revegetation of Arctic tundra was gathered during the following completion of the Trans Alaska Pipeline System. This information and initiation of...

Oilfield Development vs. Waterfowl in Arctic Alaska (abstract)
The newest oilfield in Alaska is the Lisburne field under development by ARCO Alaska, Inc. , Standard Alaska Production, and Exxon. The Lisburne field is completely surrounded by the older...

Homer Spit Storm Damage Reduction
Homer Spit is a natural spit formed by littoral processes at the confluence of Kachemak Bay and Cook Inlet in Southcentral Alaska, some 192 km southwest of Anchorage. The immediate erosion...

The Use of Subsistence Information in Coastal Land Planning: Examples from Southeast Alaska
Subsistence use patterns and the interplay between cash and subsistence economies are a subject of study by the Division of Subsistence in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game. New methods...

Offshore Oil and Gas NPDES Permits: Creative Solutions—Three Case Studies
The U. S. EPA has responsibility under the Clean Water Act (CWA) to maintain and enhance the quality of the Nation's waters. Section 402 of the CWA authorizes EPA to issue...

Exploration for Oil and Gas on the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, Coastal Plain, Alaska
The fundamental issue affecting the Coastal Plain of ANWR is one of management of the area for wilderness preservation or for multiple use. However, assuming Congress decides to open the...

 

 

 

 

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