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

2003 December
Community: 
Re-Locate
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

Kaniligauraq Creek

2018 June 9th
Community: 
People of Kivalina
Category: 
Ecology and Environment, Fish, Rivers, Territory, Place Names, Occupation and Use, Places, Kivalina Iñupiaq, History, Culture, Language, Subsistence, Gathering, Summer
Collection: 
Places of Significance, All, People's Maps
Summary: 
A drainage on the south end of the Kivalina Lagoon. It was open to the ocean in the past, but is now closed up.

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

2009 June
Community: 
Re-Locate
Category: 
Institutions, Federal Institutions, Ecology and Environment, Coastal Ecology, Relocation Planning, Documentation, Climate Change, Coastal Erosion, Storm Events
Collection: 
Relocation History, All

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