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Icings along the Trans-Alaska pipeline route
Charles E. Sloan
|Statement||Charles E. Sloan, Chester Zenone, Lawrence R.Mayo.|
|Series||Professional papers -- 979.|
|Contributions||Zenone, Chester., Mayo, Lawrence R.|
GOLD RUN CREEK, Alaska — This clear waterway running through boreal swampland marks the farthest Cora the dog and I will be from a highway during our summer hike along. What travels at about six miles per hour, crosses over rivers and streams as well as three mountain passes, and takes six days to reach its destination? You've got it! Oil!
The U.S. Geological Survey installed 10 streamgaging and water-quality stations along the trans-Alaska pipeline route (TAPS) starting in These stations, mostly north of Fairbanks, add to the historical network of gaging stations and provide records of hydrologic conditions along the TAPS route. Length: miles. OVERVIEW: The mile-long Trans Alaska Pipeline System (TAPS) is one of the world's largest pipeline systems, an engineering icon that was the biggest privately funded construction project when constructed in the ing in Prudhoe Bay on Alaska's North Slope, TAPS stretches through rugged and beautiful terrain to Valdez, the northernmost ice-free port in North.
A light raft enabled Ned Rozell and Cora to cross the Salcha River about nine miles from the Richardson Highway along the path of the trans-Alaska pipeline. Designing and building the Trans Alaska Pipeline System presented unprecedented challenges. The mile-long steel pipe would cross mountain ranges, rivers and major earthquake fault lines. Alaska’s semi-frozen permafrost prompted the engineering decision to build more than half the line above ground.
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Open leads at toe of fan are source of water for downstream icings. Figure Distribution of icings along the trans-Alaska pipeline route in the Bettles quadrangle.
Figure Distribution of icings along the trans-Alaska pipeline route in the Tanana and Livengood : Geological Survey.
ICINGS ALONG THE TRANS-ALASKA PIPELINE ROUTE By Charles E. Sloan, Chester Zenone, and Lawrence R. Mayo ABSTRACT The location and extent of icings observed during six winters, toalong the trans-Alaska pipeline route are shown on a series of maps and photographs. Large flood-plain icings occur, in the braided.
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Walking My Dog, Jane: From Valdez to Prudhoe Bay Along the Trans-Alaska Pipeline (Emerging Writers in Creative Nonfiction) Hardcover – March 1, Having traveled a very similar route to Ned and Jane, this book is very interesting to me.
I also enjoy Ned's perspective on life and the beauty of Alaska. Read more/5(23). TAPS: Trans Alaska Pipeline System TG: Turbine Generator VFD: Variable Frequency Drive VSM: Vertical Support Member VMT: Valdez Marine Terminal UPS: Uninterruptible Power Supply pipeline fast facts Air Temperature Range Along Route: 80°F to 95°F.
Diameter of Pipe: 48 inches. Elevations, Highest: • Atigun Pass: 4, ft. (crest, pipeline MP. I enjoyed this book. It was so much more than just the author walking the length of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline with his dog.
He was able to easily weave in the stories of the people he met along the way and gradually painted a picture of himself as he revealed personal details.4/5. The Trans Alaska Pipeline System starts in Prudhoe Bay and stretches through rugged and beautiful terrain to Valdez, the northernmost ice-free point in America.
The Trans Alaska Pipeline System was designed and constructed to move oil from the North Slope of Alaska to the northern most ice-free port in Valdez, Alaska.
ALYESKA, Corporate Name: Alyeska Pipeline Service Company. “Alyeska” is an Aleut word meaning “mainland.” ALYESKA, Date of Incorporation: Aug ALYESKA, Early History: The Trans Alaska Pipeline System, or TAPS, was originally called the Trans Alaska Pipeline Project, and was a joint venture of Atlantic Pipe.
Here you'll find a good close up view of the Trans Alaska Pipeline and a remote-operated valve site, with Pump Station 4 in the background. At points along the pipeline, pressure relief valves are used to relieve pressure and keep it below a designated level or stop the flow of oil if necessary.
TRANS ALASKA PIPELINE SYSTEM PIPELINE FAST FACTS Air Temperature Range Along Route: 80 degrees Fahrenheit to 95 degrees Fahrenheit. Diameter of Pipe: 48 inches. Elevations, Highest: • Atigun Pass: 4, feet (crest, pipeline MP ). • Isabel Pass: 3, feet. • Thompson Pass: 2, feet. Grade, Maximum: percent (55 degrees) at.
Channel surveys were made alond the TAPS (Trans-Alaska Pipeline System) route during at the same 27 sites that were surveyed in One additional site was put under surveillance in One of the main detractors of the plan is actually Alyeska Pipeline Service Co., which is the operator of the mile Trans-Alaska Pipeline from Prudhoe Bay to Valdez, Ala.
Alyeska President Tom Barrett sent a letter to Kreiss-Tomkins clarifying the company’s objections to. 6 rsssing sites along the trans-Alaska oil pipeline route. Background,- I i nfomation for this report is contained in reports by Brice (), I 6 ~hilders (, ), Childers and Jones (), and Doyle and Childers 7 ).
1 I The year saw the virtual completion of the pipeline construction, 9 bortion of the TAPS project. All of.Get this from a library! Archeological investigation along the Trans-Alaska Pipeline. [John P Cook; University of Alaska (College).
Institute of Arctic Biology.;] -- Series of reports on archaeological findings along the trans-Alaska pipeline route.sites along the trans-Alaska pipeline system (TAPS) route. It contains information obtained during the past year in a study of channel erosion along the TAPS route, This year 29 sites were investigated.
With the exception of the Sagavanirktak Fiver, all were investigated during previous years.