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    Alaska: Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Rights-of-Way Law In Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve, there are over 1 million acres of non-federal inholdings to which access is, and has been a major issue of controversy. Park managers and landowners alike are trying to reach an agreement which would provide for the access to private property, as well as towns such as Nabesna, McCarthy, and Kennecott. The following information will be used to convince park managers and conservationist

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    “Drill Baby Drill” was the comment used by Republican National Chairman Michael Steele at the 2008 Republican National Convention. It became the motto for many pro-offshore drilling advocates, including vice president Republican nominee Sarah Palin. These advocates are trying to destroy the Alaskan preserves, just because Alaska is wealthy in oil. However, Alaska is wealthy in more than just oil. It is wealthy in beauty, wildlife, and culture. Americans and native Alaskans must endorse and implement

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    Katmai National Park Research Essay

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    Katmai National Park and Preserve encompasses 3,674,529.68 acres of land. It would fit in the state of Pennsylvania about eight times. Katmai National Park and Preserve is located on the northern tip of the Alaskan Peninsula and is made up of six active volcanoes and the surrounding forests, lakes, and mountains. Maybe the most well known of the volcanoes are Novarupta and Mount Katmai, famous for their eruption in 1912. Katmai National Park is located in the southern part of Alaska. It was established

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    Oil Drilling in the Alaskan Wildlife Refuges

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    Oil Drilling in the Alaskan Wildlife Refuges America Should Reject the Oil Businesses Plan and Permanently Protect The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, comprising more than nineteen million acres in the northern corner of Alaska, is unique and one of the largest units of the National Wildlife system. The Arctic Refuge has long been recognized as an unparalleled place of natural beauty and ecological importance. The Arctic Refuge was established to conserve

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    Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR), the crowned jewel of the nation’s 544 refuges is in danger of destruction (Lamar and Markey 12). ANWR has been in existence since 1960 and has slowly become one of the most controversial topics to hit Congress. ANWR is composed of 19 million acres on the northeast coast of Alaska. Although the government has been provided with this immense land they are fighting to gain more land. Why? ANWR is the second biggest oil field that is owned by the U.S.

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    former United State’s president Jimmy Carter’s Foreword to Arctic National Wildlife Refuge: Season of Life and Land, A Photographic Journey by Subhankar Banerjee, he states his opinions on the topic of turning the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge into a building for industry. In this foreword, Carter uses three main rhetorical devices in order to strengthen the logic and persuasiveness of his argument of protecting the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. These three rhetorical devices: ethos, pathos, and

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    Regulations provide the baseline environmental standards that industry is required to follow. Without environmental regulations, industry would not be able to meet the same standards by themselves. Environmental regulations may not always be in the best interest of the industry due to their costly and sometimes prohibitive nature. In response to these concerns, the establishment of incentive programs increases the likelihood of industry complying with and potentially exceeding the minimum environmental

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    the world with compelling ideas of conservation,and restoration of the environment through his writings.inspiring groups like the sierra club, the walden woods, and people like Don Henley( member of the eagles). As well as people that follow in his footsteps like Edward abbey an author and philosopher whose work in

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    Indian Health Service

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    American Indians and Alaska Natives at IHS facilities. (Agency Overview n.d.) Services that IHS provide include medical, dental and vision, ancillary services, such as laboratory and pharmacy, specialty care which include services provided by the physician or specialist. (Agency Overview n.d.) The factors that affect the type of health care depend on the community needs, level of funds and whether treatment is medically necessary (Marx n.d.) American Indians and Alaska Natives can receive direct

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    the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in an attempt to awe the reader with its vastness and the majesty of its animals. The former president describes the arctic as both vast and wild, with diverse terrain ranging from windswept coastal plains to its lofty Brooks Range and with animals varying so wildly as to have anything from polar bears to sheep. He argues that few places left in the world are as wild and free as the arctic and that it should be preserved as a symbol of our national heritage; therefore

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