Susitna Watana Hydroelectric Project habitat map book
This atlas shows the river miles and river mile tenths for the mainstem middle Susitna River (from river mile 97 just south of Talkeetna) to 239 (just beyond the confluence of the Oshetna River) and for several tributaries along this reach. (Depicts chiefly the Talkeetna and Talkeetna Mountains quad...
|Alternate Title:||Title on the Susitna-Watana Hydroelectric Project's Document webpage: 2012 habitat videography map book|
Habitat map book
|Corporate Contributor(s):||Susitna-Watana Hydroelectric Project.|
Alaska Energy Authority.
|Publisher:||HDR Alaska Inc. : Alaska Energy Authority,|
|Report Numbers:||SuWa 4|
|Series:||Susitna-Watana Hydroelectric Project document ;
no. 4. |
|Online Access:||Link to Full Text|
|Library Holdings:||Print Versions|
|Summary:||This atlas shows the river miles and river mile tenths for the mainstem middle Susitna River (from river mile 97 just south of Talkeetna) to 239 (just beyond the confluence of the Oshetna River) and for several tributaries along this reach. (Depicts chiefly the Talkeetna and Talkeetna Mountains quadrangles.)|
|Physical Description:||1 atlas (, 66 [i.e. 132] p.) : 133 col. maps ; 28 x 43 cm.|
|Notes:||Title from location map sheet, which is not given a page number.|
River miles for each area is portrayed on two sheets, each assigned the same page number: first by a remote sensing photographic map, second by a topological map.
Relief on topographic maps is shown by contours.
"February 04, 2013."
"Map Projection: NAD83 State Plane Zone 4 (feet)."
ARLIS assigned report number: SuWa 4.
This atlas is primarily intended to be used in conjunction with low altitude aerial videorecordings of the Susitna River and tributaries covered by the atlas. These videorecordings were shot for the Susitna-Watana Hydroelectric Project. The set of videos is not yet cataloged or named.
|Report Type:||2012 habitat videography.|
|Related Titles:||Accompanies: About the Susitna-Watana Hydroelectric Project aerial videos and instructions for obtaining and play. [Anchorage : Alaska Energy Authority, 2012]|
|Geographic Coordinates:||Scale [ca. 1:20,100] (W 150°10ʹ--W 147°15ʹ/N 63°2ʹ--N 62°17ʹ).|