Colville River

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Col·ville River

 (kōl′vĭl′, kŏl′-)
A river rising in the Brooks Range of northwest Alaska and flowing about 600 km (375 mi) east and north across the tundra to the Arctic Ocean.
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The Kuukpik Corporation is an Alaskan Native Corporation that represents the Village of Nuiqsut and administers, on behalf of its shareholders, the surface rights in the Colville River Delta area of the North Slope of Alaska, including the Alpine oil field.
Alpine, also known as the Colville River Unit, sits on the western North Slope in the Colville River Delta.
Here we report biological characteristics of Umatilla Dace from the Colville River, Stevens County, Washington.
Target: Additional stakes in Colville River Delta development areas
Per the restructured agreement, Armstrong has acquired a 15% working interest (to add to its 30%) in the initial development area near the Colville River Delta where the majority of exploratory and appraisal drilling activities have been carried out.
Thick fog on the first day forced us to into a quick decision to float the Colville River, abandoning previous plans.
Fish & Wildlife Service and the Environmental Protection Agency confirms that construction of a pipeline and bridge over the Colville River to an area of development is acceptable, as long as certain environmental mitigations and other changes are accounted for in the permit application.
sardinella) are harvested in the Colville River Delta near Nuiqsut, Alaska, after ice forms in the fall.
The corporation has significant land holdings in and around the Greater Colville River Delta and the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska.
We report here a likely neoceratopsian manus track from an exposure of the Nanushuk Formation along the Colville River in northern Alaska near the confluence of the Killik and Colville Rivers (Fig.
Residents of the village live inland, off the bank of a tributary to the Colville River that flows into the Arctic Ocean.
Part 2 includes chapters on modelling the thermal boundaries of permafrost in North America (Smith and Riseborough), 'typical aspects' of the shore zone in cold regions (Byrne and Dionne), Colville River delta processes and forms (Walker), arctic coastal karren development (Lundberg and Lauritzen) and finally the physical and biological characteristics of a tidal flat in Nunavat (Dale et al.