DNR releases tundra travel validation
Department: seismic work in 2004-05 under new standard resulted in no significant environmental change; monitoring continues
Petroleum News Editor-in-Chief
The Alaska Department of Natural Resources said Dec. 23 that a study of the impact of seismic work done in the winter of 2004-05 shows its new standards for allowing exploration on frozen North Slope tundra are proving reliable in protecting the tundra.
The state’s new standard, developed as a resu....
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Report: standard prevented significant environmental change
Validation study in collaboration with Veritas
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