Pipeline comparison study general land status

This atlas shows the routes of two proposed natural gas pipelines that roughly follow Alaska Highway 2: the Richardson Highway from Fairbanks to Delta Junction and then the Alaska Highway from Delta Junction to the Alaska-Canada border. The Conoco Phillips pipeline route (revision 26) is shown in re...

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Corporate Author: Bureau of Land Management. Alaska State Office (BLM-Alaska)
Document Type: Map
Publisher:Bureau of Land Management. Alaska State Office (BLM-Alaska)
Date:July 2008
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Summary:This atlas shows the routes of two proposed natural gas pipelines that roughly follow Alaska Highway 2: the Richardson Highway from Fairbanks to Delta Junction and then the Alaska Highway from Delta Junction to the Alaska-Canada border. The Conoco Phillips pipeline route (revision 26) is shown in red (which became known as the Denali Project), while the Alaska Natural Gas Transportation System is shown in striped yellow. Land ownership is shown in nine categories.
Physical Description:20 leaves
Notes:Scales differ ; Albers equal area (W 147°45ʹ--W 141°/N 64°55ʹ--N 62°35ʹ).

Maps compiled by BLM Alaska Division of Geographic Sciences.

Relief shown by contours.

Maps are represented by bar scales representing ten different scales (in addition to the index map at a smaller scale) ranging from [1:129,416] to [1:79,338].

Index map on cover.