5 edition of History of the Central Brooks Range found in the catalog.
October 15, 2007
by University of Alaska Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||232|
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Constraints on the cooling history of the central Brooks Range, Alaska, from fission-track and 40 Ar/ 39 Ar analyses Author(s) Ann E. Blythe ;. Late Cenozoic Glaciation of the Central Brooks Range. Thomas D. Hamilton. Abstract. Four major glacial episodes are recognized in the central Brooks Range. From oldest to youngest these are the Gunsight Mountain episode and the Anaktuvuk River, Sagavanirktok River, and Itkillik glaciations.
One of these people, wilderness advocate Robert “Bob” Marshall became an early and fervent supporter or setting aside a large part of the central Brooks Range as a National Park. Gates of the Arctic was established as a national park in Important Dates in Gates of the Arctic National Park History. The Arrigetch Peaks are a cluster of rugged granite spires in the Endicott Mountains of the central Brooks Range in northern name Arrigetch means 'fingers of the outstretched hand' in the Inupiat language. The peaks ring the glacial cirques at the head of the Kobuk River and 2 tributaries of the Alatna River: Arrigetch Creek and Aiyagomahala Creek (Creek ).
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The History of the Central Brooks Range uses rare primary sources in order to provide a chronological examination and history of the Koyukuk region—including anthropological descriptions of the Native groups that make the Central Brooks Range and its surroundings their home.
The history of early exploration, mining, and the Klondike all overflow into the story of the Koyukuk region and its /5(2). This book tells the human story of the Central Brooks Range in Alaska, the core of which makes up Gates of the Arctic National Park.
It combines a fairly dry narrative with a remarkable number of historic photographs from various collections around the country/5. Brown, William E.
"History of the Central Brooks Range: Gaunt Beauty, Tenuous Life" University of Alaska Press () ISBN Cooper, David "Brooks Range Passage" Mountaineers Books () ISBN XAge of rock: Cretaceous.
The history of early exploration, mining, and the Klondike overflow into the Brooks Range exposes readers to the challenges of the Koyukuk region and the rich cultural heritage that still exists today.
The integration of cultures during the exploration History of the Central Brooks Range book mining years shows the versatility and adaptability of the peoples of central Brooks Range. TECTONICS, VOL. 15, NO. 2, PAGES,APRIL Deformational history of the central Brooks Range, Alaska: Results from fission-track and 40Ar/3Ar.
Book Chapter Structural development and kinematic history of ramp-footwall contraction in the Doonerak multiduplex, central Brooks Range, Arctic Alaska Author(s) C. Seidensticker C. Seidensticker 1. Baltimore Drive, El Paso, Texas Search for other works by this author on. From the publisher's announcement: Exploring the great wilderness of Alaska's Brooks Range was Robert Marshall's joy and delight during the decade between and We have used apatite and zircon fission‐track (FT) and 40 Ar/ 39 Ar white mica analyses of a N‐S transect of the central Brooks Range to study the cooling history.
These data are used with a balanced cross section to constrain the timing of deformational events in northern Alaska. Apatite fission track data are used to evaluate the thermal and tectonic history of the central Brooks Range and the North Slope foreland basin in northern Alaska along the northern leg of the Trans‐.
The Brooks Range was formed at the same time as the front ranges of the Rockies in Canada and the Lo during the Laramide Orogeny which lasted from abut 80 million years ago to.
Thousands of caribou migrate through the Brooks Range area each year. They travel through millions of acres of wilderness park lands in the Cape Krusenstern National Monument, Kobuk Valley National Park, Noatak National Preserve, Selawik National Wildlife Refuge, Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve and the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
Offers a chronological examination and history of the Koyukuk region - including anthropological descriptions of the Native groups that make the Central Brooks Range and its surroundings their home.
This book includes over color illustrations - from early exploration to the creation of the Gates of the Arctic National Park.
The Brooks Range is a mountain range in far northern North America stretching some miles from west to east across northern Alaska into Canada's Yukon Territory.
Brooks Range, northernmost extension of the Rocky Mountains in northern Alaska, U.S. Named for the geologist Alfred H. Brooks, the entire range is within the Arctic Circle.
It is separated from the Alaska Range (south) by the plains and tablelands of the Yukon and Porcupine river systems. The. Supplemented with detailed descriptions by Robert Marshall, "The History of the Central Brooks Range" is further enhanced by over beautiful full-color illustrations from early exploration to the creation of the Gates of the Arctic National Park making this an essential volume for anyone interested in.
Buy a cheap copy of Alaska Wilderness: Exploring the Central book by Robert Marshall. Exploring the great wilderness of Alaska's Brooks Range was Robert Marshall's joy and delight during the decade between and History of Brooks Originally, the area of Brooks was used as a buffalo hunting ground for the Blackfoot and Crow natives.
After Treaty 7 was signed inhomesteaders moved into the area to begin dry land farming. The arrival of the Canadian Pacific Railroad saw more settlers move to the area of Brooks. Exploring the great wilderness of Alaska's Brooks Range was Robert Marshall's joy and delight during the decade between and Marshall traveled this spectacular country, from the Upper Koyukuk drainage to the Arctic Divide, making maps, recording scientific data, and exalting in the beauty of that incredibly pristine landscape.4/5(5).
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Weather in the Brooks Range and Gates of the Arctic. Analysis of the Atigun site based on work conducted in and on the North Slope of the Central Brooks Range, Alaska. The Atigun site is marginal to both Native and Inuit territory, thus the primary concern of this analysis is the cultural affiliation of its occupants.
History of the Central Brooks Range: Gaunt Beauty, Tenuous Life: ISBN () Softcover, University of Alaska Press, Making Sense of Your Faith.Alaska Wilderness: Exploring the Central Brooks Range In the Sewers of Lvov: A Heroic Story of Survival from the Holocaust Arctic Village: A 's Portrait of Wiseman, Alaska (Classic Reprint Series).History of the Central Brooks Range About the Author He later served as key man on the Yukon-Charley Rivers National Preserve proposal, as well as adjunct history professor for the University of Alaska’s Arctic Environment Information and Data Center and park historian at Gates of the Arctic National Park and Denali National Park.