Figures for Kivalina Evacuation and School Site Access Road Environmental Assessment

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

Usak

2018 June 10th
Community: 
People of Kivalina
Category: 
Territory, Land Use, Places, Kivalina Iñupiaq, History, Subsistence, Gathering, Summer
Collection: 
Places of Significance, All, People's Maps
Clinton and Charlotte Swan Family Camping at Ushuk.jpg
Summary: 
An important subsistence campsite and great place for blueberries and salmon berries.

Environmental Assessment for Kivalina Evacuation and School Site Access Road

2018 January
Community: 
Re-Locate
Category: 
Built Environment, Evacuation Road Planning, Transportation, Institutions, State Institutions, Ecology and Environment, Animals, Fish, Territory, Land Use, Climate Change, Storm Events
Collection: 
All

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

2009 October
Community: 
Re-Locate
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.

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Subsistence
Economies