November 2018 Erosion at the Kivalina Airport

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Fall storms eroding the coastline near the Kivalina airport. The Kivalina City Council and residents are moving rocks from the existing seawall, old fuel tanks and other materials to create a new seawall and slow the erosion.

Figures for Kivalina Evacuation and School Site Access Road Environmental Assessment

2018 January
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GAO Report: Alaska Native Villages-Most are Affected by Flooding and Erosion but Few Qualify for Federal Assistance, Map of Alaska Native Villages Affected by Flooding and Erosion

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Environmental Assessment for Kivalina Evacuation and School Site Access Road

2018 January
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Alaska Native Villages-Limited Progress Has Been Made on Relocating Villages Threatened by Flooding and Erosion

2009 June
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