Alaska Power Authority response to agency comments on license application. Reference to comment(s): D. 1, I. 204, Protection strategies for peregrine falcons and other raptors along the planned Northwest Alaskan Gas Pipeline route /

The proposed Northwest Alaskan Gas Pipeline would parallel the existing Trans-Alaska Pipeline between Prudhoe Bay and Delta Junction. At Delta Junction it would diverge southeastward to follow the Alaska Highway to the U.S.-Canadian border. This report was conducted to develop protection measures fo...

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Alternate Title:Protection strategies for peregrine falcons and other raptors along the planned Northwest Alaskan Gas Pipeline route
Main Author: Roseneau, D. G.
Additional Author(s):Tull, C. E.

Nelson, R. Wayne.
Corporate Contributor(s):LGL Alaska Research Associates.

Northwest Alaskan Pipeline Company.

Alaska Power Authority.
Publisher:[Alaska Power Authority],
Report Numbers:APA 2905 I.204
Funding Numbers:Fluor Contract
Series:Document (Susitna Hydroelectric Project) ; no. 2905, I.204.
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Summary:The proposed Northwest Alaskan Gas Pipeline would parallel the existing Trans-Alaska Pipeline between Prudhoe Bay and Delta Junction. At Delta Junction it would diverge southeastward to follow the Alaska Highway to the U.S.-Canadian border. This report was conducted to develop protection measures for nesting raptors in the proposed gas pipeline alignment. Emphasis has been placed on the peregrine falcon. Other raptors for which protection strategies are developed are the gyrfalcon, rough-legged hawk, golden eagle, bald eagle, and osprey.
Physical Description:2 volumes ; 28 cm
Notes:Cover title; title based on stamped text and original title.

Cataloging based on copy missing or lacking label with series statement. Most of the 25 documents that are "references to responses to agency comments" have this series label. The book number (" ... of 25") for this document is unknown.

"Prepared for and funded by Northwest Alaskan Pipeline Company ; administered by Fluor Northwest, Inc."

This text, distributed by Alaska Power Authority, is a reproduction of the original publication. However, this document represents a reference to comments D. 1 and I. 204 (i.e. Dept. of Interior comment 204) appearing in: Response of the Alaska Power Authority to comments on the Alaska Power Authority's application for license for major project. The reference volume of that work, published in 1984, is Document no. 2905 in the Susitna Hydroelectric Project Document index.

Original work published: Fairbanks, Alaska : LGL Alaska Research Associates, [1981].

"June 1981."
Report Type:Final report.
Related Titles:This document represents a reference to comments D. 1 and I. 204 appearing in: Alaska Power Authority. Response of the Alaska Power Authority to comments on the Alaska Power Authority's application for license for major project. [Alaska] : Alaska Power Authority, [1984] Document (Susitna Hydroelectric Project) ; no. 2905 APA 2905
Bibliography:Includes bibliographical references (v. 1, pages 178-195).