Archeological studies along the proposed trans-Alaska oil pipeline route by John Martin Campbell

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Published by Arctic Institute of North America in [Washington] .

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Places:

  • Alaska,
  • Trans-Alaska Pipeline (Alaska)

Subjects:

  • Eskimos -- Alaska -- Antiquities.,
  • Indians of North America -- Alaska -- Antiquities.,
  • Alaska -- Antiquities.,
  • Trans-Alaska Pipeline (Alaska)

Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. 24.

Book details

Statementby John M. Campbell.
SeriesArctic Institute of North America. Technical paper, no. 26, Technical paper (Arctic Institute of North America) ;, no. 26.
ContributionsArctic Institute of North America.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsE99.E7 C23
The Physical Object
Pagination24 p.
Number of Pages24
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5477901M
LC Control Number73181337

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Cite this Record. Archaeological Studies Along the Proposed Trans-Alaska Oil Pipeline Route. John M. Campbell. Technical Paper, Montreal, Canada:. Preliminary Archeological Evaluation of the Southern Part of the Route of the Proposed Trans Alaska Pipeline System: Valdez To Hogan's Hill.

Frederick Hadleigh West, William B. Author: Frederick Hadleigh West, William B. Workman. @article{osti_, title = {Alaskan oil: alternative routes and markets}, author = {Cicchetti, C J}, abstractNote = {This study of the problem of transporting Alaskan oil to the United States concludes that a Canadian pipeline to the Great Lakes is preferable to the proposed Alaskan pipeline-tanker route to the West Coast.

The Trans-Alaska Pipeline is compared to alternative Canadian. Oil was discovered on Alaska's arctic coast in The strike, which appeared significant from the start, caused great excitement and expectation in Alaska and elsewhere. Planning began immedi­ ately for construction of a trans-Alaska pipeline to carry arctic crude oil overland to the ice-free port of Valdez on the Gulf of Alaska.

But. Trans-Alaska Pipeline, pipeline that connects the oil fields of Prudhoe Bay in northern Alaska, U.S., with the harbour at Valdez, miles (1, km) to the Archeological studies along the proposed trans-Alaska oil pipeline route book.

The discovery of oil on Alaska’s North Slope in spurred the creation of a safe and efficient way to bring those reserves to. 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. the oil pipeline. • Later to planned to convert natural gas to gas liquids and transport it through the Trans Alaska Oil Pipeline.

Possible market would be Asia and Mexico. • began effort in October Alcan Pipeline Proposal, name changed To Northwest Alaskan Pipeline, also called Alaska Highway Pipeline • ANGTS Proposal. I have hundreds of trans Alaska oil pipeline photos, covering the diversity of terrain through which it passes.

All the trans Alaska oil pipeline photos on this site are available for licensing as stock photos for commercial use or for purchase as fine art display prints for your home and office decor. Photos may be purchased and downloaded. Case Study: The Trans-Alaska Pipeline. The Trans-Alaska Pipeline System was designed and constructed to move oil from the North Slope of Alaska to the northern most ice- free port, Valdez, Alaska.

The following are some basic facts about the Trans – Alaska Pipeline: Length: miles. Diameter: 48 inches. Oil temperature distribution along the pipeline with an oil flow rate of mbpd.

Considering a flow rate of × 10 7 tons per year ( mbpd) in the next 30 years, the forecast of the oil temperatures along the proposed CRCOP route was made using the. OVERVIEW: The mile-long Trans Alaska Pipeline System (TAPS) is one of the world's largest pipeline systems, an engineering icon that was the biggest privately funded construction project when constructed in the s.

Beginning in Prudhoe Bay on Alaska's North Slope, TAPS stretches through rugged and beautiful terrain to Valdez, the. Caribou along the Trans-Alaska pipeline in the Arctic, North Slope, Alaska. Federal regulators say the mile pipeline is corroded and poses a severe public safety and environmental risk.

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[Alyeska pipeline archaeology]. AAF Contains scenes of archaeological surveying along the proposed Trans-Alaska Pipeline route to verify the number of potential sites of archaeological significance.

Carried out by Department of Anthropology, University of Alaska. The Trans Alaska Pipeline System was designed and constructed to move oil from the North Slope of Alaska to the northern most ice-free port in Valdez, Alaska.

The Trans Alaska Pipeline System is protected by three separate leak detection systems that are monitored at the Operations Control Center in Anchorage. Some miles of the mile. @article{osti_, title = {Alaska pipeline. The politics of oil and native land claims}, author = {Berry, M C}, abstractNote = {The book tells the story of how Congress dealt with the natives to settle claims when Alaska became a state.

Complex developments set in when Alaska, under terms of the Statehood Act ofbegan choosing land ''in the public interest.''. Trans-Alaska Pipeline System oil spill contingency plan: a critical review of planning initial response actions to control an inland oil spill by Ronald D Miller (Book) Distribution and movements of moose (alces alces) in relation to the Trans-Alaska Oil Pipeline by Lennart G Sopuck ().

result of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline System (known hereafter as TAPS). Coupled with the numerous TAPS studies are the current and ongoing surveys conducted by various contractors in relation to the proposed gas pipeline route.

A general overview of the archaeological character of the proposed. Field survey and literature study conducted along the proposed Alaska Highway Pipeline route in Alaska, in an attempt to identify archaeological sites Unfrozen water contents of undisturbed and remolded Alaskan silt as determined by nuclear magnetic resonance by A.

R Tice (Book). The Trans-Alaska Pipeline System is one of the most defining features of Alaska’s physical and economic landscape. Constructed during the ’s, the Pipeline is a key plank of the American economy, allowing for the rapid transportation of oil from North Slope oil fields to Valdez, a port city on the state’s southern coast.

Information was obtained at the Alaska OHA and from BLM field offices in Glennallen and Anchorage to locate and document known historical and archaeological sites along the proposed pipeline alignment.

examine the proposed pipeline route for the presence of significant archaeological sites. The project number assigned by BVRA is The field survey was conducted on J The pipeline route originally consisted of feet (station number 0+00 to station number 63+88).

Later, an additional feet were added on the east side, and. The construction of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline System included over miles (1, km) of oil pipeline, 12 pump stations, and a new tanker largely on permafrost during –77 between Prudhoe Bay and Valdez, Alaska, the $8 billion effort required tens of thousands of people, often working in extreme temperatures and conditions, the invention of specialized construction techniques.

The third is the inch trans Alaska pipeline, which was completed in June oftwenty-seven months after the first length of pipe was laid. This line was built by private contractors working for Alyeska Pipeline Service Company, the agent for the eight major oil companies who own the oil.

the trans-alaska oil pipeline survives the quake—a triumph of science and engineering One matter of great concern immediately following the magnitude Denali Fault earthquake in November was the fate of the Trans-Alaska Oil Pipeline, built in the 's.

The Trans-Alaska pipeline is only reasonable way to get the crude oil from the north slope of Alaska, (Prudhoe Bay), to Valdez (the northernmost ice-free port in North America). It transports 13% of the nation's domestic oil production. After three months, Shell backed down and withdrew the injunctions - and also dropped its original pipeline route.

Now a new route that skirts the village is proposed. The Trans Alaska Oil Pipeline stretches nearly miles from the Arctic Ocean to the Valdez bay in southcentral Alaska. Its construction was an amazing engineering feat, crossing mountain ranges, rivers, and vast regions of permafrost and tundra.

In the treeless high. The Trans-Alaska Pipeline brought money, jobs galore, and a strong economic base to Alaska and continues to do so today. The success of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline, its low impact on the environment and the income, jobs and invaluable transportation of crude oil (invaluable to the entire nation) is.

The Haul Road route followed the proposed pipeline route. Burgess Construction was the contractor. John flew over the Burgess route in a helicopter and found evidence of archeological sites, which then caused archeological studies to be instituted.

J Alyeska Pipeline Service Co. began pumping oil through the Trans-Alaska Oil Pipeline. J White Weld and Co. Inc. (a New York consulting firm) reported that its studies indicated that the Alcan Pipeline could not be financed without government guarantees.

The study was done in anticipation of the proposed natural gas pipeline along the Alaska Highway corridor, as a preliminary look at the expected distribution of permafrost based on air photo interpretation.

The layers listed below are present as ArcGIS shape files. To enhance print quality, this publication utilized a vector topography data set. The environmental impact analysis made as required by the National Environmental Policy Act of for the proposed trans-Alaska pipeline included consideration of the (1) technologically complex and geographically extensive proposed project, (2) extremely different physical environments across Alaska along the proposed route and elsewhere in Alaska and in Canada along alternative routes, (3.

When the trans-Alaska pipeline was built, there were 12 planned pump stations. They are spaced every miles along the pipeline route and they serve to push the oil through the pipeline faster and increase the throughput.

However, station 11 was never built, and station 5 is for pressure relief only. Of the 10 remaining stations, three. The Keystone Pipeline System is an oil pipeline system in Canada and the United States, commissioned in and owned by TC Energy and the Government of Alberta.

It runs from the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin in Alberta to refineries in Illinois and Texas, and also to oil tank farms and an oil pipeline distribution center in Cushing, Oklahoma.

The pipeline became well known when a. An Archaeological Survey of a Proposed Pipeline Route along Old Corpus Christi and Richter Roads, LR No. Archaeological Assessment of Acres for the Eagle Pass Hospital District, Maverick County, Texas, LR No.

Survey and Testing of a Proposed Oil Pad Site In Hidalgo County, Texas, LR No.Trans-Alaska Pipeline Authorization Act of allowed the pipeline to proceed without more interference Actual Pipeline Costs repairs to pipeline construction 76 pipe & machine 19 22 drill well 13 48 access road 37 42 land lease 13 24 archeological survey 25 48 exploration costs 1 Much already is known about the pipeline route.

Most of it parallels the trans‐Alaska oil pipeline, subject of extensive study over the years. Previous gas pipeline ventures, including one about a decade ago, compiled informa on.

State and federal agencies have vast databases on the animals, fish, birds and vegeta on along the route. published and released new Alaska pipeline & Alaska propane distribution maps. ANGDA completed other work and reports in FY07 aiding in the advancement of pipeline project for transporting North Slope natural gas to market and South-central, Alaska: • Spur Pipeline Terminus Conceptual Design • Spur Pipeline Field Studies.

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.

Trans-Alaska Pipeline AST1RACT (Cantuo - 'ever" aid f& it neromy and identify by block number) 4Eight sites along the trans-Alaska pipeline from the Denali Fault to Fairbanks were selected for pipeline and pipeline support movement studies. Four measurement surveys were conducted, starting before oil pumping operations began.

The Wilderness Society issued a resolution warning that “oil extraction on Alaska’s North Slope, the proposed trans-Alaska oil pipeline, road construction, and other development threaten.The results of continued aerial and road surveys of caribou along the Trans-Alaska Pipeline (TAP) are described and compared with previous data.

Local abnormalities in caribou distribution and group composition were already apparent in summermainly because of avoidance of the corridor by cows and calves.

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