The coveted slope

Braasch, Gary
January 1999
Animals;Jan/Feb99, Vol. 132 Issue 1, p22
Looks at the effects of oil drilling and global warming on the wildlife reserve in Alaska. Description of the tundra of the country's Arctic Slope; Oil production in the country; Information on the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR); Status of the wildlands.


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