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Hydrology and the effects of industrial pumping in the Nikiski area, Alaska
|Statement||by Gordon L. Nelson ; prepared in cooperation with the Alaska Department of Natural Resources and Kenai Peninsula Borough.|
|Series||Water-resources investigations -- 81-685.|
|Contributions||Alaska. Dept. of Natural Resources., Kenai Peninsula Borough (Alaska), Geological Survey (U.S.)|
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At Alaska Hydroscience we have wide ranging experience with analysis and characterization of Alaska watersheds as well as regional hydroclimatology, aquatic chemistry, landscape, and watershed characteristics. Water Quality and Aquatic Chemistry. THE PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL EFFECTS OF MID-WINTER PUMPING OF TUNDRA LAKES ON THE NORTH SLOPE, ALASKA A THESIS Presented to the Faculty Of the University of Alaska Fairbanks In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements For the Degree of MASTER OF SCIENCE By Derek Dan Miller, B.S. Fairbanks, Alaska May Cited by: 4.
Headwater streams are typically closely connected with the surrounding watershed landscape, making them sensitive to local watershed conditions. Headwater streams of the Kenai Lowlands in Alaska provide important rearing habitat for juvenile salmon and other biota, and understanding the connections between surrounding landscapes and stream conditions will Cited by: UAA Engineering and Industry Building Project Information Item June Page 2 of 2 The current schedule for construction of the new building and renovation of the existing building is as follows: Design New Building November June Existing Building April July Permit (New Bldg) Fill & Grade April
A simple surface water balance is defined as precipitation (P) minus ET equals runoff plus storage. Precipitation minus evapotranspiration (P − ET) represents the net moisture input to the surface from the atmosphere (Walsh et al. ).Figure 1 shows the average surface water balance as measured at Imnavait Creek on the North Slope of Alaska and was recreated from Cited by: 5. Journal of Hydrology. Articles in press Latest issue Article collections All issues Submit your article. Search in this journal. Vol Issues 3–4 Pages (February ) Download full issue. Previous vol/issue. Next vol/issue. Actions for selected articles. Book .
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Hydrology and the effects of industrial pumping in the Nikiski area, Alaska. Anchorage, Alaska: U.S. Dept.
of the Interior, Geological Survey, (OCoLC) Get this from a library. Hydrology and the effects of industrial pumping in the Nikiski area, Alaska. [Gordon L Nelson; Alaska. Department of Natural Resources.; Kenai Peninsula Borough (Alaska); Geological Survey (U.S.)]. The climate in this area ranges from the mild and wet maritime zone along the Gulf of Alaska and Bering Sea, to transitional in the Anchorage vicinity and Alaska Peninsula, and to the dry and cold continental zone in western Alaska and the south side of the Alaska range.
Rivers in the area include the Copper, Susitna, and Kuskokwim Rivers, and. HYDROLOGY AND THE EFFECTS OF INCREASED GROUND- WATER PUMPING IN THE ANCHORAGE AREA, ALASKA By KOGER M. WALLER ABSTRACT The Anchorage area includes about square miles at the head of Cook Inlet in south-central Alaska.
It is the principal populated area of Alaska and is undergoing rapid growth in the by: 1. THE ALASKA EARTHQUAKE, MA EFFECTS ON THE HYDROLOGIC REGIMEN Effects of the March Alaska Earthquake On the Hydrology Of South-Central Alaska By ROGER M.
WALLER Water-level fluctuations, long-term changes, and temporary effects caused by response of the ground water to seismic waves. JULYWEST NIKISKI, ALASKA by Mary A.
Maurer’ INTRODUCTION The Alaska Department of Natural Resources, Division of Water (DOW) began a ground-water study of the west Nikiski area (fig.
1) on the Kenai Peninsula in This report summarizes results of onsite and laboratory analyses of ground water collected from 30 wells in July Size: 2MB.
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Weather Forecast Office Juneau, AK. THE ALASKA EARTHQUAKE, MA EFFECTS ON THE HYDROLOGIC REGIMEN Effects of the March Alaska Earthquake On the Hydrology Of the Anchorage Area By ROGER M.
WALLER A description and analysis of temporary and lasting eflects of the earthquake on surface and ground water in the Anchorage areaFile Size: 1MB.
Hydrology and the effects of industrial pumping in the Nikiski area, Alaska / (Anchorage, Alaska: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Geological Survey, ), by Gordon L.
Nelson, Geological Survey (U.S.), Kenai Peninsula Borough (Alaska), and Alaska. Department of Natural Resources (page images at HathiTrust). Quality Data in the Alaska Railroad Industrial Area Fairbanks, Alaska, May to May By Anne T.
Kriegler and Michael R. Lilly U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Open-File Report Prepared in cooperation with the ALASKA DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES DIVISION OF MINING AND WATER MANAGEMENT Fairbanks, Alaska Cited by: 1. Nikiski residents in limbo after LNG land grab The Nikiski industrial area has four major petrochemical-processing facilities and is one of the largest existing industrial complexes in Alaska.
July is the hottest month for Nikiski with an average high temperature of °, which ranks it as about average compared to other places in Alaska.
In Nikiski, there are 0 comfortable months with high temperatures in the range of °. The most pleasant months of the year for Nikiski are July, August and June/5.
Hydrology and Glacier-Lake-Outburst Floods (–) and Water Quality (–) of the Taku River near Juneau, Alaska. By Edward G. Neal. Prepared in cooperation with the Douglas Indian Association, Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation, and the U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency. Scientific Investigations Report – Last map update: 05/13/ at am AKDT 05/13/ at UTC What is UTC time. Map Help.
Disclaimer. Hydrology forms a part of many diverse fields such as agriculture, civil engineering, environmental engineering, geology and earth sciences, as well as forestry and meteorology. Written specifically for professionals dealing with water resources planning, development, and management, Hydrology and Water Resources focuses on surface water hydrology.5/5(1).
An investigation of the physical and chemical effects of mid-winter pumping activities was conducted at four tundra lakes on the Alaska Arctic Coastal Author: Derek Dan. Miller. From May to Maythe U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Alaska Department of Natural Resources, Division of Mining and Water Management collected data on ground-water and surface-water elevations, stream discharge, and ground-water quality in the Alaska Railroad Industrial area in Fairbanks, Alaska.
The data- collection efforts were. US Dept of Commerce National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration National Weather Service Alaska-Pacific RFC Alaska-Pacific River Forecast Center. Yukon in this area are the Teslin River (average annual ﬂow of m3/s, or % of the average total ﬂow of the Yukon River), Pelly River ( m3/s, 6% of total ﬂow), White River ( m3/s, % of total ﬂow) and Stewart River ( m3/s, 7% of total ﬂow; Fig.
3; Table 1).The White River (drainage a km2, % of the total area of the Yukon River Basin) is one of. Common elements of the Alaska Hydrography Database v – July 17th, Hydrography (surface water mapping) updates in Alaska are accomplished through a stewardship model known as the Alaska Hydrography Database or AK Hydro.
AK Hydro has two goals: first, update the NHD in Alaska to national high-resolution standards and second, meet the.Washington and the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation Description: Abstract: This data set comprises the Environmental Sensitivity Index (ESI) data for the North Slope of Alaska from Point Barrow to the Canadian Border.
ESI data characterize estuarine environments and wildlife by their sensitivity to spilled oil. The large, highly glacierized Copper River basin is an important water resource for the south‐central region of Alaska. Thus, information is needed on the reaction of its hydrologic timing and streamflow volumes to historical changes in climate, in order to assess the possible impact of future by: 1.