Boreal Institute for Northern Studies A. P. Kershaw, G. Peter Kershaw. Occasional Publication Number 24 Northern Environmental Disturbances Peter Kershaw Editor A publication of the Boreal Institute for Northern Studies 1988 Copyright ...
Author: Boreal Institute for Northern Studies
Publisher: Canadian Circumpolar Institute
TUNDRA DISTURBANCES AND RECOVERY FOLLOWING THE 1949 EXPLORATORY DRILLING , FISH CREEK , NORTHERN ALASKA D.E. Lawson ... year - round ground access to the sites and a general unawareness of long - term and future environmental concerns .
Author: Daniel E. Lawson
Category: Oil pollution of rivers, harbors, etc
ASSESSMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL DISTURBANCE CAUSED BY MINING IN NORTHERN WISCONS IN PERSONNEL Investigator : Gregory J. Smith , M.S. Candidate Advisor : Orrin J. Rongstad Cooperators : U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Wisconsin Department of ...
Author: Gregory James Smith
Category: Mines and mineral resources
The concept of ecosystem stability and resilience focuses on changes in species abundance ( or presence ) as a result of environmental disturbances . The topic has been addressed from a variety of perspectives in Brookhaven National ...
Category: Coastal ecology
Environmental Impact Statement. Chapter 3 : Affected Environment & Environmental Consequences – 3.03 . ... and associated edge effects . a Northern Goshawk : Environmental Consequences Analysis Measures Disturbance to Breeding Northern ...
Is it possible to extrapolate understanding of impacts from one landscape to another? The results reported in this volume are an important contribution towards the goal of implementing ecosystem-based management in arctic tundra landscapes.
Author: James F. Reynolds
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
For the North African disturbances found along the southern Sahara , baroclinic mean flow to eddy conversion of available potential energy is identified as the most important energy source . Relationships between synopticscale ...
Author: Environmental Research Laboratories (U.S.)
Category: Environmental protection
Author: James J. Cameron
Category: Cold regions
Purpose and Use of " Corridor " Concept Control of pipeline routes is required to minimize environmental and social disturbance , to ensure maximum benefits to northern residents and communities , and to channel resource development in ...
Author: United States. Bureau of Land Management
Category: Natural gas