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Environment of the Cape Thompson region, Alaska

United States, Committee of Environmental Studies for Project Chariot

Environment of the Cape Thompson region, Alaska

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Published by United States Atomic Energy Commission, Division of Technical Information in Oak Ridge, TN .
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    Subjects:
  • Natural history -- Alaska -- Cape Thompson region, Northwest Alaska.,
  • Radioecology.,
  • Eskimos -- Alaska.,
  • Cape Thompson region, Northwest Alaska.,
  • Chukchi Sea.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementNorman J. Wilimovsky, editor ; John N. Wolfe, associate editor.
    ContributionsWolfe, John Nicholas, Wilimovsky, Norman J.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 1250 p. :
    Number of Pages1250
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22149957M

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Environment of the Cape Thompson region, Alaska by United States, Committee of Environmental Studies for Project Chariot Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Environment of the Cape Thompson region, Alaska. [Norman J Wilimovsky; John N Wolfe; United States. Committee on Environmental Studies for Project Chariot.; U.S.

Atomic Energy Commission.] -- A complete environmental study of the area for Project Chariot, Plowshare Program. Covers physical and bioenvironmental aspects of the.

Ecological Investigation in the Arctic. (Book Reviews: Environment of the Cape Thompson Region, Alaska)Cited by: 1. Cape Thompson is a headland on the Chukchi Sea coast of Alaska. It is located Environment of the Cape Thompson region miles to the southeast of Point Hope, Arctic is part of the Chukchi Sea unit of Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge.

Early Inuit names for this cape were "Eebrulikgorruk" and "Uivaq", also spelled "Wevuk" or Environment of the Cape Thompson region Thompson was often referred to as "Unvaq Qanitoq,".

WILIMOVSKY, J. J., AND J. WOLFE [EDs.]. Environment of the Cape Thompson Region, Alaska. Atomic Energy Commission, Division of Technical Information Author: Marian C.

Fox. ECOLOGY OF ZOOPLANKTON OF THE CAPE THOMPSON AREA, ALASKA' JERRY C. TASH2 AND KENNETH B. ARMITAGE Department of Zoology, The University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas (Accepted for publication Ma ) Abstract.

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