USHK BAY TIMBER SALE, ALASKA PULP CORPORATION LONG-TERM TIMBER SALE CONTRACT, CHATHAM AREA, TONGASS NATIONAL FOREST, ALASKA.
FORT GREELY MANEUVER AREA AND FORT GREELY AIR DROP ZONE, PROPOSED RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PLAN AND FINAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT, ALASKA.
PORT HOUGHTON/CAPE FANSHAW TIMBER SALE PROJECT, JUNEAU AND PETERSBURG RANGER DISTRICTS, TONGASS NATIONAL FOREST, ALASKA.
SOUNDING ROCKET PROGRAM, WALLOPS FLIGHT FACILITY, WALLOPS ISLAND, ACCOMACK COUNTY, VIRGINIA; POKER FLAT RESEARCH RANGE, FAIRBANKS, ALASKA; WHITE SANDS MISSLE RANGE, WHITE SANDS, DONA ANA COOUNTY, NEW MEXICO (FINAL SUPPLEMENT TO THE FINAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT OF JULY 1973).
NATIONAL MISSILE DEFENSE DEPLOYMENT; FORT GREELY, SHEMYA ISLAND, AND DENALI AND FAIRBANKS NORTH STAR BOROUGHS, ALASKA, CALIFORNIA, MASSACHUSETTS, AND CAVALIER, GRAND FORKS, PEMBINA, RAMSEY, AND WALSH COUNTIES, NORTH DAKOTA.
HELICOPTER LANDINGS IN WILDERNESS; CHATHAM, KETCHIKAN, AND STIKINE AREAS, TONGASS NATIONAL FOREST, ALASKA.
ALASKA ARMY LANDS WITHDRAWAL RENEWAL FOR FORT WAINWRIGHT AND FORT GREELY WEST TRAINING AREA, CITY OF FAIRBANKS, CITY OF NORTH POLE, AND CITY OF DELTA JUNCTION, NORTH STAR BOROUGH, ALASKA.
C STREET PROJECT, O'MALLEY ROAD TO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT ROAD (PROJECT NUMBER NH-0527(12)/59598), MUNICIPALITY OF ANCHORAGE, GREATER ANCHORAGE AREA BOROUGH, ALASKA.
INITIAL F-22 OPERATIONAL WING BEDDOWN, LANGLEY AIR FORCE BASE, HAMPTON, VIRGINIA; EGLIN AIR FORCE BASE, OKALOOSA COUNTY, FLORIDA; ELMENDORF AIR FORCE BASE, ANCHORAGE, ALASKA; MOUNTAIN HOME AIR FORCE BASE, ELMORE COUNTY, IDAHO, AND TYNDALL AIR FORCE BASE, BAY COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Synopsis: In an attempt to better characterize the influence of human settlement patterns on wolf distribution, this paper examined how radio-collared gray wolves responded to different road types and human presence at the boundaries of Kenai National Wildlife Refuge in south-central Alaska. Wolves tended to avoid oilfield access roads that were open to the public, but were attracted to gated pipeline access roads and secondary gravel roads with limited human use. The low use access and secondary roads likely provided an easy travel corridor for wolves. Prior to intensive trapping and hunting from 1978-1979, wolves demonstrated little territorial adjustment in response to a heavily used highway. However, only after...
HELICOPTER GLACIER TOURS, ALASKA REGION, CHATHAM AREA, JUNEAU RANGER DISTRICT, TONGASS NATIONAL FOREST, ALASKA.
BOHEMIA MOUNTAIN TIMBER SALE, STIKINE AREA, TONGASS NATIONAL FOREST, ALASKA (SECOND DRAFT SUPPLEMENT TO THE FINAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT OF SEPTEMBER 1991).