Kivalina Relocation Planning Project Master Plan

2006 June
Community: 
Re-Locate
Category: 
Built Environment, Infrastructure, Institutions, Federal Institutions, Relocation Planning, Relocation Sites, Master Plans
Collection: 
Relocation History, All
Summary: 
A study and comparison of six potential relocation sites for Kivalina.

Proposed Alignment of the Road to Imnakuk Site

Community: 
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Category: 
Built Environment, Transportation, Infrastructure, Relocation Planning, Master Plans
Collection: 
All, 1998 Proposed Relocation Sites, Proposed Masterplans

Red Dog Mine Port Road

Community: 
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Category: 
Economies, Built Environment, Institutions, Regional Institutions, State Institutions, Corporate Institutions, Places
Collection: 
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"Present Migration" route of Beluga whale in the Kivalina territory

Community: 
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Category: 
Economies, Extractive Industries, Ecology and Environment, Animals, Ocean, Territory, Occupation and Use, Subsistence, Hunting, Spring, Summer
Collection: 
All
Summary: 
Today's summer time migratory route as mapped by Alaska Department of Fish and Game

Bob Sanders Letter Explaining USACE Geotechnical Assessment of Igrugaivik

1999 December 10th
Community: 
City of Kivalina, Kivalina Relocation Planning Committee
Category: 
Built Environment, Infrastructure, Institutions, Federal Institutions, Places, Wulik River, Relocation Planning, Relocation Sites, Correspondence
Collection: 
Relocation History, All

Teck Pipeline Study Costs

2014 August
Community: 
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Category: 
Law and Regulations, Lawsuits, Economies, Extractive Industries, Built Environment, Infrastructure, Institutions, Corporate Institutions, Ecology and Environment, Ocean, Rivers, Pollution, Places, Wulik River, Subsistence, Fishing
Collection: 
Environmental Justice, All

Red Dog Mine Opts Out of Building Wastewater Pipeline

2014 June 6th
Community: 
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Category: 
Press/Journalism, Regional, Economies, Extractive Industries, Ecology and Environment, Rivers, Pollution
Collection: 
Environmental Justice, All

An Examination of Erosion Issues in the Communities of Bethel, Dillingham, Kaktovik, Kivalina, Newtok, Shishmaref, and Unalakleet

2006 April
Community: 
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Category: 
Built Environment, Erosion Control, Infrastructure, Institutions, Federal Institutions, Relocation Planning, Documentation, Climate Change, Coastal Erosion
Collection: 
All

Figures for Kivalina Evacuation and School Site Access Road Environmental Assessment

2018 January
Community: 
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Category: 
Built Environment, Evacuation Road Planning, Transportation, Infrastructure, Institutions, State Institutions, Territory, Land Use, Climate Change, Storm Events
Collection: 
All

Kivalina Evacuation Road Route Flyover

Community: 
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Category: 
Built Environment, Evacuation Road Planning, Transportation, Infrastructure
Collection: 
All
Summary: 
The DOT made a computer generated video of the evacuation road route.

GAO Report: Alaska Native Villages-Most are Affected by Flooding and Erosion but Few Qualify for Federal Assistance

2003 December
Community: 
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Category: 
Built Environment, Erosion Control, Infrastructure, Institutions, Federal Institutions, Ecology and Environment, Coastal Ecology, Relocation Planning, Costs, Climate Change, Coastal Erosion
Collection: 
Relocation History, All

Berry Picking at Tatchim Isua

Community: 
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Category: 
Economies, Household and Sharing, Ecology and Environment, Plants, Places, Subsistence, Gathering, Summer
Collection: 
Food Sovereignty, Places of Significance, All
2013_08_03 Berry Picking Tatchim Isua 1.jpg
Summary: 
This is a favorite summertime berry picking place, especially for many elders because of its accessibility by boat.

Aqqaluk Deposit Red Dog Mine Extension-Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement

2009 October
Community: 
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Category: 
Economies, Extractive Industries, Regional, Institutions, Regional Institutions, Corporate Institutions, Ecology and Environment, Geology, Territory, Land Use
Collection: 
All
Summary: 
The Red Dog Mine is an open pit zinc and lead mine, located in Kivalina's traditional territory, now on land owned by the NANA Regional Corporation with support facilities located on lands owned by the state of Alaska and U.S. Department of Interior.

Alaska Baseline Erosion Assessment-Study Findings and Technical Report

2009 March
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Category: 
Built Environment, Erosion Control, Infrastructure, Institutions, Federal Institutions, Relocation Planning, Documentation, Climate Change, Coastal Erosion
Collection: 
All

Kivalina Erosion Control Project-Environmental Assessment and Finding of No Significant Impact

2007 September
Community: 
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Category: 
Built Environment, Erosion Control, Infrastructure, Institutions, Federal Institutions, Ecology and Environment, Coastal Ecology
Collection: 
All

Kivalina Strategic Management Plan

2016 September
Community: 
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Category: 
Built Environment, Erosion Control, Sanitation, Water, Housing, Infrastructure, Institutions, State Institutions, Relocation Planning, Master Plans, Climate Change, Adaptation
Collection: 
All

Port Site Housing

Community: 
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Category: 
Places, Institutions, Regional Institutions, State Institutions, Corporate Institutions, Built Environment, Infrastructure, Economies, Extractive Industries, Regional
Collection: 
All

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