Existing Land Use/Community Planning

Acres Consulting Services, Limited. 1972. Compilation of Preliminary Geotechnical Field Data Townsite and Beach Area.

Alaska Consultants. 1968. Capital Improvement Program 1967-68 through 1973-74. Report for City of Teller and Alaska State Housing Authority.

__________. 1968. City of Nome Comprehensive Development Plan. Report for Alaska State Housing Authority. 162 p.

__________. 1968. Comprehensive Development Plan. Report for City of Teller and Alaska State Housing Authority.

Alaska Consultants & CCC/HOK Architects & Planners. 1972. City of Lost River Pre-Application Proposal to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development for New Community Development Assistance.

Alaska Consultants and Rowan Group. 1972. City of Lost River Socio-Economic Survey. 130 p.

Alaska. Dept. of Economic Development. 1972. Standard Industrial Survey.

__________. 1970. Standard Industrial Survey.

__________. 1969. Look North to Kotzebue; Standard Industrial Survey.

__________. 1969. Look North to Nome, Alaska; Standard Industrial Survey.

Alaska. Dept. of Education. 1970. Nome-Beltz Needs Assessment.

Alaska. Dept. of Fish and Game. 1972. 1971 Annual Management Report, Arctic-Yukon-Kuskokwim Region.

Alaska. Dept. of Labor. 1970. Alaska Manpower Resources: Northwest Alaska, Kotzebue and Vicinity.

__________. 1970. Manpower Outlook Village Flyers: Kiana.

__________. 1970. Manpower Outlook Village Flyers: Nome.

__________. 1970. Manpower Outlook Village Flyers: Noorvik.

__________. 1970. Manpower Outlook Village Flyers: Selawik.

Alaska. Dept. of Natural Resources. 1970. Alaska Outdoor Recreation Plan.

Alaska. Div. of Community Planning. 1974. Background Information on the Shishmaref Relocation Effort. 1 v.

Alaska. Div. of Planning and Research. 1973. A Review of the Pre-Application Proposal for the City of Lost River.

Alaska State Housing Authority. no date. Guidelines for Subdivision of 2-1/2 Acre Small Tracts. 11 p.

__________. 1972. Comprehensive Planning in Rural Alaska: An Evaluation of 701 Planning in Nome, Bethel, and Kotzebue. 38 p.

__________. 1971. Kotzebue, Alaska, Comprehensive Development Plan.

__________. 1969. Community Housing Study.

Arnold, W.C. 1967. Native Land Claims in Alaska. Anchorage. 120 p.

Carr & Donald & Associates, Limited. 1971. Preliminary Study of the Marine Terminal and Site Transportation for Lost River Mining Company.

Conservation Foundation. 1962. Alaska Outdoor Recreation Potential. Outdoor Recreation Resources Review Commission. Study Report 9. 63 p.

Dickson-Oswald and Partners. 1972. Lost River Mining Corporation Survey Control Report. 48 p.

Federal Field Committee for Development Planning in Alaska. 1971. Community Inventory: Kotzebue.

__________. 1971. Community Inventory: Noorvik.

__________. 1971. Community Inventory: Nulato.

__________. 1968. Alaska Natives and the Land. U.S. Govt. Printing Office. 565 p.

Furbush, C.E. 1972. Soils of the Lost River Area, Alaska. U.S. Soil Conservation Service.

__________. 1971. Soils of the City of Kotzebue. U.S. Soil Conservation Service.

Galliett, H.H. and G.C. Silides. 1973. Feasibility Study and Preliminary Engineering Report for a Small Boat Harbor and for a Docking Facility at Kotzebue, Alaska. Report for Alaska. Div. of Water and Harbors.

Hinton, R.B. and C.L. Girdner. 1966. Soils of the Nome Area. U.S. Soil Conservation Service.

Hippler, A.E. 1969. Barrow and Kotzebue: An Exploratory Comparison of Acculturation and Education in Two Large Northwest Alaska Villages. University of Minnesota.

Johnson, P.R. and C.W. Hartman. 1969. Environmental Atlas of Alaska. University of Alaska, Fairbanks.

Joint Federal-State Land Use Planning Commission for Alaska. 1975. Land Use Planning, Alaska's Land-1974. 60 p.

__________. 1974. Land Planning and Policy in Alaska: Recommendations Concerning National Interest Lands. Prepared at the request of H.M. Jackson, Senate Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, 93rd Congress, 2d session.

__________. 1974. 1973 Annual Report, Anchorage. 33 p.

__________. 1972. Alaska Land Law—A Survey of the State's Tools for Directing Land Use.

Kilborn Engineering, Limited. 1972. Proposed Lost River Townsite.

Kotzebue Overall Economic Development Planning Committee. 1971. Kotzebue Overall Economic Development Program 1971-72.

Leslie Engineering. 1971. Preliminary Plant Studies with Estimates for Lost River Property.

Mauneluk Association. 1974. The NANA Region: Its Resources and Development Potential. 289 p.

Montreal Engineering Company, Limited. 1971. Preliminary Water Supply Study for Lost River Mining Corporation, Limited.

Nome Overall Economic Development Planning Committee. 1964. Overall Economic Development Plan.

Patterson, A. 1972. The Native Subsistence Values and Their Relationships to -d(1) and -d(2) Land Classifications for the Alaska Land Use Planning Commission. 108 p.

Peyton, H.R. 1970. Arctic engineering. Journal of Petroleum Technology. 22:1076-1082.

Ray, D.L. 1967. Land tenure and policy of the Bering Strait Eskimos. Journal of the West. 6:371-394.

RurAL CAP and City of Nome. 1969. Nome Housing.

Turner, J.L. 1969. A Model Educational Program for the Kotzebue Day School with the Model Community Learning Environment. University of Alaska, Fairbanks.

U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs. no date. Village Surveys: Buckland.

__________. no date. Village Surveys: Kotzebue.

__________. 1966. Community Fact Survey—Buckland, Alaska. 6 p.

__________. 1966. Community Fact Survey—Elim, Alaska. 3 p.

__________. 1966. Community Facts—Candle, Alaska. 3 p.

__________. 1965. Village Surveys: Northeast Cape Village.

__________. 1964. Kotzebue Community Survey. 12 p.

__________. 1963. Community Facts—Stebbins, Alaska. 5 p.

U.S. Bureau of Land Management. 1973. Land Use Planning. 20 p.

U.S. 93rd Congress, 1st Session. House. Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs. 1973. Land Use Planning Act of 1973. Hearings on H.R. 4862 et al. Pt. 1, April and May. 644 p.

U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development. 1971. Community Profile: Ambler.

U.S. Dept. of the Interior. Alaska Planning Group. 1974. Cape Krusenstern National Monument; Proposed. Final environmental statement. 461 p.

__________. 1974. Chukchi-Imuruk National Reserve; Proposed. Final environmental statement. 763 p.

__________. 1974. Kobuk Valley National Monument; Proposed. Final environmental statement. 626 p.

__________. 1974. Noatak National Arctic Range; Proposed. Final environmental statement. 700 p.

__________. 1974. Selawik National Wildlife Refuge; Proposed. Final environmental statement. 632 p.

U.S. Forest Service. 1972. New National Forests for Alaska.

U.S. Geological Survey. 1972. The Status of Mineral Resource Information on the Major Land Withdrawals of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act of 1971. Unpublished. Administrative report. 164 p.

U.S. National Park Service. 1970. Compilation of the Administrative Policies for the Natural Areas of the National Park System. 147 p.

__________. 1968. Compilation of the Administrative Policies of the Historical Areas of the National Park System. 116 p.

U.S. Public Health Service. 1970. Final Report: Alaska Native Sanitation Facilities for Nome Project No. AN-61-613.

Wahrhaftig, C. 1965. Physiographic Divisions of Alaska. U.S. Geological Survey. Professional Paper 482. 52 p.

Waller, R.M. 1962. Data on Water Supplies at Nome, Alaska. U.S. Geological Survey. Hydrological Report 17.

Waring & Finkler. 1970. Barrow and Kotzebue: Remote Disaster Areas or Self-Supporting Arctic Cities.

Watts, Griffis, and McQuat, Limited. 1972. Community Development Program for the New City of Lost River, Alaska, for Lost River Mining Corporation, Limited. 80 p.

__________. 1972. Preliminary Feasibility Report on the Lost River Fluorite-Tin-Tungsten Project for Lost River Mining Corporation, Limited. 291 p.

Weather Engineering Corporation of Canada. 1971. Preliminary Study of Wave Heights at Lost River and Brevig Lagoon, Alaska. Report for Carr & Donald & Associates, Limited. 8 p.

Weeden, R. 1973. Wildlife Management and Alaska Land Use Decisions. Institute of Social, Economic, and Government Research, University of Alaska, Fairbanks.

Wilimovsky, N.J. and J.N. Wolfe, eds. 1966. Environment of the Cape Thompson Region, Alaska. U.S. Atomic Energy Commission. Report PNE-481. 1250 p.

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