F&W proposes IHA for Hilcorp survey
Airborne gravity and magnetic survey would encompass part of federal lower Cook Inlet and adjacent onshore region of state land
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has proposed issuing an incidental harassment authorization to Hilcorp Alaska for an airborne gravity and magnetic survey that the company plans to conduct over part of the lower Cook Inlet this summer. The company had applied for authorization for the unintended d....
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