75 million (nearly P88 million), the 195-foot military prototype vessel temporarily named M/V Susitna
can carry 120 passengers and 20 vehicles and has an overall freight capacity of up to 35 tons, more than enough to provide relief to people affected by disasters.
Shem Pete (1896-1989), an Athabascan Native storyteller and historian from Susitna
Station, Alaska, left a rich legacy of knowledge about the Upper Cook Inlet Dena'ina world.
Summary: The 195-foot MV Susitna
is highly suitable for delivering relief and aid in areas devastated by calamities
ADFG resumed aerial surveys in the early 1980's as part of the Susitna
Hydroelectric Project funded by the Alaska Power Authority (Calkins (8)).
The security at Pak-Iran border after a suicide attack in Susitna
Province of Iran has been intensified.
The five companies which had applied under AGIA to develop and build a natural gas pipeline to transport North Slope gas to market were: AEnergia LLC, the Alaska Gasline Port Authority, the Alaska Natural Gas Development Authority, Little Susitna
Construction Company, Inc.
The analysis is based primarily on the results of her research in the upper Susitna
River Basin in central Alaska during the early 1980s, although some data from other areas of the state are also included.
ki], where k = 1 is the travel cost to the Gulkana River, while k = 2, and k = 3, are the travel costs to chinook fishing areas on the Susitna
River and Kenai Peninsula, respectively.
Intense pressure is being exerted to leave the Susitna
in its pristine condition.
Projections for possible freight to be exported and cargo to be imported on the future Port MacKenzie Railroad Extension can be found In "Port MacKenzie Rail Freight Market Analysis," prepared by the McDowell Group for the Matanuska Susitna
1025 Off Lake Hood 1033 Eagle River 1037 Across Knik Arm 1040 Goose Bay 1046 Point MacKenzie 1052 Little Su--15 whales just south of Little Su 1057 Big Su heading up river 1103 Chugach lines turn back [power lines that cross the Susitna
River] 1110 Ivan River 1118 Beluga River, N.
Oil & natural gas company Miller Energy Resources (NYSE:MILL) revealed on Friday the addition of 45,764 acreage of oil and gas exploration license, expanding its development potential in the Susitna
Basin of Alaska.