Bonanza Creek

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Bonanza Creek,

stream, c.20 mi (30 km) long, W Yukon, Canada. It flows NW to the Klondike River near Dawson. The first gold strike in the Yukon occurred there in 1896.
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SandRidge initially said it will buy Bonanza Creek for $746m as part of a definitive merger deal signed in November last year.
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The decision to nix the deal was unanimously approved by the company's board of directors and an agreement was reached with Bonanza Creek to mutually terminate the merger agreement.
SandRidge investor Carl Icahn has opposed that company's purchase of Bonanza Creek, saying the board's approach to the transaction is "a complete travesty and represents a new low in corporate governance.
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After retiring from the Forest Service, Les simply shifted his office to another place on campus and continued working, primarily with the Long Term Ecological Research project (LTER) at Bonanza Creek and in the Caribou-Poker Creek Research Watershed.
Colorful place names like Bonanza Creek, Dawson; Jack Wade Creek, Alaska; Turk Creek, Alaska; and Crooked Creek, Alaska; where three diamonds were reportedly discovered in separate incidents over a period from 1982 through 1986-all three reportedly discovered during cleanup activities.
The discovery was made nine miles up from the Klondike River at Rabbit Creek - renamed Bonanza Creek.
Key words: Alaska; Bonanza Creek LTER; boreal forest; competition; fire; microenvironment; succession; tree seedling establishment; understory vegetation.
His discovery was made close to what is now called Bonanza Creek, located about 400 km north of Whitehorse.
It is estimated that 100,000 hopefuls set off for the Yukon when the news of George Carmak finding gold in Bonanza Creek (August 1896) finally reached the outside world.