Arctic North Slope

Arctic North Slope

or

Arctic Slope,

Alaska: see Alaska North SlopeAlaska North Slope
or Arctic North Slope,
region, N Alaska, sloping from the Brooks Range N to the Arctic Ocean. In 1968 large petroleum reserves were found in the Prudhoe Bay area.
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Land of extremes; a natural history of the Arctic North Slope of Alaska.
The collaborative work of Professor Alex Huryn (Department of Biological Sciences, University of Alabama--Tuscaloosa) and academician John Hobbie (Senior Scholar at the Ecosystems Center, marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, Massachusetts), "Land of Extremes: A Natural History of the Arctic North Slope of Alaska" is a 356 page compendium covering the geological history, flora, and fauna of this arctic region from the Pleistocene era through the mid-twentieth century.
The Arctic North Slope producers do not own the gas, Alaskans do.
Development in several marginal oil fields on the Arctic North Slope and the development of several modules associated with these fields have helped reverse a decline in the oil and gas extraction industry.

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