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Cape Krusenstern National Monument

Cape Krusenstern National Monument

draft general management plan and environmental assessment, land protection plan, wilderness suitability review

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, Alaska Regional Office in Anchorage, Alaska .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • National parks and reserves -- Alaska -- Cape Krusenstern National Monument,
  • Cape Krusenstern National Monument (Alaska)

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsUnited States. National Park Service. Alaska Regional Office
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14270192M

    Get this from a library! Draft environmental impact statement for the wilderness recommendation, Cape Krusenstern National Monument, Alaska.. [United States. National Park Service. Alaska Regional Office.]. On this trip we will have the opportunity to visit a wild and untrammeled part of Alaska at the point where the Brooks Range foothills meet the coast on the Chukchi Sea. We fly into an area within Cape Krusenstern National Monument established to preserve scenic Arctic coastlands and lagoons along with the adjacent limestone ridges.

    Sticker - Cape Krusenstern National Monument (No reviews yet) Alaska Geographic's National Park Book Series. $ Quick view Choose Options. Quick view Choose Options. Retro Poster-Glacier Bay-Ranger Doug $ Quick . Cape Krusenstern National Monument became a national historic landmark in It is a coastal plain consisting of beach ridges, lagoons and wildlife and .

    Few parks are more remote than Cape Krusenstern, one of Alaska's well-hidden treasures. The monument stretches 70 miles along the Chukchi Sea, north of the Arctic Circle. While the ground never thaws here, the tundra plain is a paradise for well-prepared rustic campers. Cape Krusenstern National Monument is a coastal plain with big lagoons, backed by gently rolling, limestone hills. Archeological sites trace 4, years of human use of its coastline by prehistoric peoples who occupied it seasonally to hunt marine mammals, especially seals.


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An abundance of opportunities present themselves to see a variety of wildlife in Cape Krusenstern. Diary of a Subsistence User Many Alaskans still live off the land, just like their ancestors have done for thousands of years. Anyone can become a Cape Krusenstern National Monument Junior Ranger by printing a copy of the Western Arctic National Parklands Junior Ranger book, completing the activities and mailing the book back to the Northwest Arctic Heritage Center.

Remember to print on both sides of the page or reuse old paper whenever possible. Occurrence and distribution of trace elements in snow, streams, and streambed sediments, Cape Krusenstern National Monument, Alaska, USGS Scientific Investigations Report [Timothy P.

Brabets] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Cape Krusenstern National Monument is located in Northwest Alaska. Inan exchange of Author: Timothy P. Brabets. Mapping of Erosion Features Related to Thaw of Permafrost in Bering Land Bridge National Preserve, Cape Krusenstern National Monument, and Kobuk Valley National Park - Scholar's Choice Edition [National Park Service (NPS)] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the. Cape Krusenstern National Monument (Cape Krusenstern) – a US National Monument, located 80 km northwest of the town of Kotzebue on the shores of Chukchi Sea, Alaska, USA.

The area is ha. It was unveiled in A wide coastal strip is composed of parallel limestone slopes and ridges, which form the coastline of the Chukchi Sea. United States. National Park Service. Alaska Regional Office. Other titles General management plan, land protection plan, wilderness suitability review, Cape Krusenstern National Monument, Alaska.

Notes Cover title: General management plan, land protection plan, wilderness suitability review, Cape Krusenstern, National Monument, Alaska.

Cape Krusenstern National Monument is a coastal plain dotted with sizable lagoons and backed by gently rolling limestone hills. Nearly 5, years of prehistory are represented on the well-preserved beach ridges located adjacent to Krusenstern Lagoon (Giddings and Anderson, ).

Cape Krusenstern National Monument, Kotzebue, AK. K likes. Thank you for your interest in Cape Krusenstern National Monument. For the most up Followers: K. There is Krusenstern Island in the Bering Strait, as well as a small group of islands in the Kara Sea, southwest of the Nordenskiöld Archipelago, called Krusenstern Islands.

Cape Krusenstern in Northwest Alaska is the site of Cape Krusenstern National Monument (), one of the most important archaeological sites in the : Pour le Mérite (civil class). The Cultural Resource program at Cape Krusenstern National Monument documents the lives and activities of people in the parks, past and present, and strives to preserve places with unique history.

In Alaska, as in the rest of the United States, the National Park Service recognizes and manages five basic types of cultural resources. Bob and Carrie maintained a subsistence lifestyle at Cape Krusenstern for 54 years - beginning well before the establishment of Cape Krusenstern National Monument in In fact, they were the last full time residents of the Monument.

Bob kept a daily journal of resource observations of the Cape Krusenstern area from to Cape Krusenstern National Monument isacres (2, km 2) of remote Arctic wilderness in Arctic Alaska.

A coastal plain with multiple lagoons and limestone bluffs, it is a destination for challenging hikes and beautiful, undeveloped scenery. Become a Jr. Ranger at Cape Krusenstern National Monument. Management. Learn about the mission of Cape Krusenstern National Monument, why we were established and our plan to preserve the area.

Bookstore. Peruse the selection of Alaska Geographic, the non-profit partner of national parks throughout Alaska. Get this from a library. Cape Krusenstern National Monument: general management plan, land protection plan, wilderness suitability review.

[United States. National Park Service. Alaska Regional Office.;]. Cape Krusenstern National Monument Information Visiting Alaska's Cape Krusenstern will grant hikers, campers, kayakers, photographers, and lovers of nature endless vacation opportunities.

Cape Krusenstern National Monument is a coastal plain dotted with sizable lagoons and backed by gently rolling limestone hills, and well-preserved beach ridges. Used Golden Eagle Air Taxi to visit Cape Krusenstern National Monument on return from trip deep inside Kobuk National Park.

The NM is just North of Kotzebue Alaska on the Church Sea. We landed and observed and took photos of a herd /5(5). Fall in Cape Krusenstern. NPS Photo/Thea Garrett. Cape Krusenstern National Monument is most famous for its archeological sites. They depict every known cultural period in arctic Alaska and provide information about both prehistoric and historic Native cultures.

Like the rest of northwest Alaska, however, Cape Krusenstern is also rich in. Cape Krusenstern National Monument lies right on the shore of the Chukchi Sea, and in addition to its scenic beauty and stunning location, it is known for its archaeological resources.

Inupiat people (Eskimo) have been using this stretch of coast for hunting and fishing continuously for the last 5, years. Cape Krusenstern National Monument Hotel Guide. Travel tales can be found in all shapes and sizes. You'll have memories galore after you've visited Cape Krusenstern National Monument.

While you might not recognize Noatak, the place in which it is located, you'll likely be familiar with the state capital, Juneau (and vicinity), 1, mile away.

A: Cape Krusenstern National Monument, Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve, Kobuk Valley National Park, and Noatak National Preserve together cover more t square miles of protected lands north of the Arctic Circle.

This vast, roadless terrain is some of the wildest country in the United States. Cape Krusenstern National Monument is located in Northwest Arctic Borough, Alaska. This site is basically a coastal area which has a combination of limestone hills and lagoons.

This unique landscape is known for many different reasons. It encourages rich biodiversity along with being one of the most significant archeological site in this region/5.Cape Krusenstern National Monument Cape Krusenstern National Monument A must-do for archaeology buffs, this park includes an archaeological district comprising beach ridges along the Chukchi Sea.Cape Krusenstern is one of the most extensively documented coastal archaeological sites in the North American Arctic.

The site complex is located in northwest Alaska on the western shore of the Chukchi Sea and north shore of Kotzebue Sound; the beach ridge system is above the Arctic Circle and at the southeastern tip of Cape Krusenstern National Monument (Fig.

1).