Fishery resources below the Red Dog Mine, northwest Alaska, 1990-1994

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Statementby Phyllis Weber Scannell and Alvin G. Ott.
SeriesTechnical report ;, no. 95-5, Technical report (Alaska. Dept. of Fish and Game. Habitat and Restoration Division) ;, no. 95-5.
ContributionsOtt, A. G.
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LC ClassificationsSH351.D63 S33 1995
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FISHERY RESOURCES BELOW THE RED DOG MINE NORTHWEST ALASKA Phyllis Weber Scannell and Alvin G. Ott Technical Report No. Janet Kowalski Director Habitat and Restoration Division Alaska Department of Fish and Game P.O.

Box Juneau, Alaska August Red Dog Operations is one of the world's largest zinc mines, located about kilometres north of the Arctic Circle in northwest Alaska, near Kotzebue.

InRed Dog Operations was developed through an innovative operating agreement between the operator Teck and the land-owner NANA, a Regional Alaska Native corporation owned by the Iñupiat.

NANA is land-owner of 1990-1994 book Red Dog Mine. The mine was developed in under an innovative operating agreement between NANA, a Native corporation owned by the Iñupiat people of northwest Alaska, and Teck Alaska, Inc.

(Teck), a U.S. subsidiary of Teck Resources Limited, a diversified mining and metals company headquartered in Vancouver, British. v>EPA DOI United States Environmental Protection Agency Region 10 Sixth Avenue Seattle WA EPA /b September, Water Division EPAAK-Wulik-NPDES United States Department of Interior Post Office Box Anchorage AK Environmental Impact Statement Red Dog Mine Project Northwest Alaska Final Volume II—Appendices.

The Red Dog Mine (located in northern Alaska near Kotzebue) discharges mine drainage from a tailings impoundment seasonally (i.e., under off‐ice conditions, which generally occur between May and October) into Red Dog Creek. Both Sherman and Red Dog creeks contain a variety of fish and invertebrate species including salmonids and by:   Recently, B.C.

economist Robyn Allan sent a report to the Alaska legislature confirming that Teck Resources has posted more in financial assurances for its one Alaska mine, the Red Dog Mine. And Red Dog mine -- one of the world's largest zinc mines located on Native corporation land in Northwest Alaska -- is the busiest of them all.

Alaska's tax structure will most come under. William L. "Willie" Hensley (born J ), also known by his Iñupiaq name Iġġiaġruk (IPA: [eʁʁeɑʁʐuk]), is a semi-retired Democratic politician known for his work regarding Native Alaskan land rights.

Hensley played a critical role in the creation of the Alaskan Native Claim Settlement (ANCS) ofone of the biggest & most important land claims for native people in US history. Fishery resources below the Red Dog Mine instance in connection with the establishing of the "Red Dog" lead and zinc mine close to Kotzebue in NW Alaska one of the requirements by the NANA development corporation was, that the.

Occupying lands that stre miles from parts of Siberia, along Alaskan coast, across Canada, and on to Greenland, Inuit are one of most widely dispersed people in world but number only ab in population.

Betw reside in Alaska, with other less groups in Canada, Greenland, and Siberia. The Lik prospect, in northwest Alaska, is under exploration as a possible zinc/lead/silver mine by a small Canadian company called Zazu Metals Corporation, in collaboration with Teck Resources mine is only 13 miles northwest of the Red Dog Mine, and mining prospectors hope to use much of the same infrastructure, including the transport road and port.

The largest zinc mine in the world, the Red Dog Mine, is located in northwest Alaska above the Bering Strait about 50 miles inland from the Chukchi Sea in the DeLong Mountains. The mine’s remote location is miles north of the Arctic Circle. The Red Dog Mine produces approximately million tons per year of lead and zinc ore concentrates.

Alaska state troopers disagree. Life continues apace. When I’m not working on our tugboat, I fish with Eric Jordan, a second-generation troller whose parents, like those of so many seasoned fishermen around here, fought for Alaskan statehood so salmon could be better managed.

Analyses of aquatic macroinvertebrate communities in selected stream reaches in the Sherman Creek drainage, located near the Kensington mine, southeast Alaska, during SeptemberJuly Under the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act ofIñupiat of northwest Alaska organized as shareholders in the NANA1 Regional Corporation, Inc., and received title to 2, acres, including rights to the rich Red Dog zinc deposit.

InNANA signed a joint-venture agreement with Teck2 to develop the mine, including provisions. vvEPA DOI United States Environmental Protection Agency Region 10 Sixth Avenue Seattle WA EPA / February Water EPAAK-Wulik-NPDES United States Department of Interior Post Office Box Anchorage AK Environmental Impact Statement Red Dog Mine Project Northwest Alaska Draft.

The Red Dog Mine (Red Dog) is located km north of the Arctic Circle within the Northwest Arctic Borough (NWAB) in Alaska. Here, the city of Kotzebue acts as a regional center. Bythe total population of the region was residents (United States Census Bureau, ), of whom, 85% were indigenous people with roots stretching back.

15) Federal State Land Use Planning Commission for Alaska (FSLUPCA), ().

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“The D-2 Book”: Lands of National Interest in Alaska, pp. Beyond the fishery resources, however, are mineral resources such as gold and copper in the Bristol Bay watershed.

On our way out to the Kugururok River, you will be able to see the Red Dog Mine facilities. To the south of the Kugururok River, the state of Alaska has proposed building a mile industrial access road to transport ore from open pit copper mines planned in that area.

AM MS. HOWARD turned the committee's attention to the first page of the book provided by OHMP, which specifies the agency's mission statement as follows: "The mission of the Office of Habitat Management and Permitting is to protect Alaska's valuable fish and wildlife resources and their habitats as Alaska's population and economy.

Alaska’s mineral production is ranked sixth in the U.S., behind only Nevada, Arizona, Texas, California, and Minnesota.

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Despite this, the Red Dog mine located in Alaska’s northwest is the largest producer of zinc worldwide. Like Red Dog, Upper Kobuk tailings (and possibly waste rock drainage) would require perpetual storage and maintenance.

Both projects are in remote areas of western Alaska. Red Dog's ore is transported via an isolated road to the coast, where it is stored, transported to ore barges, and loaded offshore onto ships. The Upper-Kobuk area mine, in. Red Dog mine number five in the nation for the release of toxic chemicals into the environment is misleading because of how the agency defines "release." "We're the world's largest zinc mine, and we move a lot of rock," said Charlotte MacCay, Cominco Alaska's environmental manager in Alaska.

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Full text of "Alaska's northwest region: a history". Alaska Commission on Postsecondary Education Term Expires April March Madelyn Christiansen is a student at Alaska Pacific University; she is studying health sciences and planning on pursuing a doctorate in medicine.

At Alaska Pacific University. Representatives from Red Dog Mine and the Northwest Arctic Borough have agreed to meet for talks following a bridge payment earlier this summer. January under the.

PM MARTY PARSONS, Director, Division of Mining, Land and Water, Alaska Department of Natural Resources, Anchorage, Alaska, explained that mining has played a fairly significant role in the development of the state going back to the AJ Mine in Juneau and the goldfields in Nome, to the present day impacts that the Fort Knox Mine has had.

Under Alaska statutes, the lieutenant governor has 60 days to either certify or notify an initiative committee that he is going to deny certification and the reasons for denial. exist now and the impact that they had on fish resources. I'm referring to the Red Dog Mine, this is a zinc mine that had a natural leeching of minerals into Red.

Betw reside in Alaska, with other smaller groups in Canada, Greenland, and Siberia. The name Eskimo was given to these people by neighboring Abnaki Indians and means "eaters of raw flesh." The name they call themselves is Inuit, or "the people." Culturally and linguistically distinct from Native Americans of the lower   Alaska’s five operational mines (Fort Knox, Greens Creek, Red Dog, Usibelli, and Pogo) provided more than 1, full-time jobs of the nearly 3, mineral industry jobs in Alaska last year The Bering Sea is world renowned for its enormously productive, profitable, and sustainable fisheries.

Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Division of Commercial Fisheries: Alaska. Department of Fish and Game, author, issuing body: SLH — UAA: LC: SLJ — Aquatic biomonitoring at Red Dog Mine, a requirement under Alaska pollution discharge elimination system, permit no.

AK Alaska Department of Fish and Game. This state law first defined subsistence as customary and traditional uses of fish and wildlife (State of Alaska, Alaska Statue (26)), thereby acknowledging the continuing role of subsistence fishing and hunting in sustaining long-established ways of life in Alaska.No matter the size of the mine, all operations fall under the state’s mining license tax.

From tothe production value of the state’s minerals jumped from just under $1 billion to.