Did the Alaskan pipeline have an effect on the caribou population?

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Yes, the Alaska Pipeline effected the migrating caribou. The caribou now make it a point to hang around the pipeline while giving birth and also in the winter due to the pipeline providing a warmth that they didn't have before. The Trans Alaska Pipeline had a very positive effect on the caribou.
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What is pipelining in computers?

Pipelining is based if clock cycles to process a command, in every clock cycle , three or four circuits sat idle, Today these circuts are orginized in a conveyer belt fashoin called pipelining. With pipelining each stage does ots own job with each clock cycle pulse, creating a much more efficient (MORE)

What does a caribou do?

Caribou spend most of their time grazing as well as avoiding predation. Females spend time caring for their offspring in the spring and summer. In the summer, caribou of both sexes spend a considerable amount of time avoiding insects.

What is the Alaskan Pipeline?

The alaskan pipeline is a network of pipes that bring oil to the lower 48 states. * It is a pipeline that transfers oil from the Northern coast of Alaska, Prudhoe Bay, Alaska, on Alaska's North Slope, to Valdez, Alaska, the "northernmost" ice-free port in North America.* As of July 2008, more th (MORE)

What is a pipeline report?

A pipeline report is a business report that shows the forecastingfor future customers and current customers. The idea of a pipelinereport focuses on ensuring stability and consistency of income.

What is Alaskan pipeline?

Alskan Pipeline/Trans-Alaska Pipeline System is an oil pipeline that runs 800 miles from wells at Prudhoe Bay to the port of Valdez

Exactly how much oil is exported from the Alaskan pipeline?

None of it. When the Trans Alaska Pipeline was constructed it was illegal to ship any of the oil from Alaska to other countries. Then during the Clinton Administration when oil was $8 a barrel, that law was changed. For 2 years Alyeska Pipeline Terminal shipped to Japan and South Korea a total of (MORE)

What effects of Alaskan volcanoes pose the greatest threat to humans?

The vulcanic fumes that comes off once the volcano erupts can cause major effects for the atmosphere for the people and animals that leave around the radius that the volcano is at.. it can cause potential risk for people and effect their lungs and respiratory systems and have other effects as well.

What is pipeline register?

"pipeline registers" are inserted in-between pipeline stages, and are clocked synchronously. The time between each clock signal is set to be greater than the longest delay between pipeline stages, so that when the registers are clocked, the data that is written to them is the final result of the pre (MORE)

Where does the oil from the Alaskan pipeline go to once it leaves Valdez?

All of the oil that is pumped from the oil fields in Alaska is sold to Japan. Answer The above answer is 100% inaccurate. When the Trans Alaska Pipeline was constructed it was illegal to ship any of the oil from Alaska to other countries. Then during the Clinton Administration when oil was $8 a (MORE)

Who uses the oil in the Alaskan pipeline?

When the Trans Alaska Pipeline was constructed it was illegal to ship any of the oil from Alaska to other countries. Then during the Clinton Administration when oil was $8 a barrel, that law was changed. For 2 years Alyeska Pipeline Terminal shipped to Japan and South Korea a total of 5 times. They (MORE)

Who were the caribs?

the caribs or kalinago were more than just Caribbean people they were the cousins of the arawaks and a strong intelligent people their ancestors can still be found in dominica st.Vincent. they had long straight black hair broad flat foreheads which were flattened at birth with a piece of wood and we (MORE)

Effect of population?

The older generation that is retiring is larger than the younger generation in most western countries, which is why social security and FICA need to be fixed so they don't run out. There are enough resources to go around, but a lot of poverty is caused by lack of education and corporate greed.

Advantages of pipelining?

the very first advantage of piplene is that it is that it saves time in the execution of instruction because in pipeling there is overlapping of inst takes place.

What is a Carib?

a type of Toyota car AKA a Toyota sprinter carib it probably means something else too.... someone can add to my answer

Who Wrote Pipeline?

A Guy named Nick wrote it. We both had the same classical guitar teacher. My teacher told me he had just gotten it published,I never met him but always saw him coming out of the studio booth after his lesson. I was the next student so I always saw him Leave every Tuesday. The Guitar teacher's name w (MORE)

What nonlinear pipelining?

Nonlinear Pipeline. . Dynamic. . Multifunction. . Allows feed back and feed forward connections,in addition to the streamline connections.. . More than one output; the output of the pipelineis not necessarily from the last stage..

Why does the Alaskan pipeline zigzag?

The temperature difference of minus 70 degrees F and 145 degree oil filled pipe meant that a section of pipe would expand in length by 18 inches. When the temperature changes the pipe has to go somehere so the zigzag converts linear expansion into a sideways movement. Extreme zigzags were added wher (MORE)

What is a pipeline?

A pipeline is a tube or conduit, usually metal, that carries liquids (such as water and gasoline) or gas (such as natural gas). It runs underground to carry these products to distant areas. As a metaphor, it means the flow of materials (or information) within a process or organization.

Why is global warming have an effect on female caribou giving birth?

Science Daily warns that fewer caribou calves are being born and more of them are dying in West Greenland as a result of a warming climate. Data shows that this is occurring because spring plant growth is occurring earlier and the timing of peak food availability no longer corresponds to the timing (MORE)

Who its the caribou?

They its hairy and they likes to eat green stuffs and they likes to pee coffee. Sometimes they enjoys to make crappy electronic music and/or hunt themselves on snowmobiles disguised as humans. Most of the time though they like to sit back, take a sh*t, and watch their antlers grow.

What is pipelining architecture?

Involves an overlapping of instructions while executing, ie one is being fetched, the other one decorded and another being executed.

What is a Caribou?

A caribou is a type of ungulate or a hooved mammal. A caribou is atype of reindeer native to North America, also considered a gameanimal. A caribou is an animal that people often think arereindeer, but they are not.

What is pipelining in 8085?

There is no pipelining concept in the 8085 microprocessor.It is only in the 8086 micro processor an advanced processor of the 8085.

Positive effects of the Alaskan pipeline?

Insane economic BOOM in the early days that's still alive today in many ways. The pipeline and all of it's supporting services employ many people in high paying jobs. It offers some tourism benefits....most people like to see it if there in the area, but it's not something they go far out of their w (MORE)

What is CUP pipelining?

In computing, a pipeline is a set of data processing elements connected in series, so that the output of one element is the input of the next one. The elements of a pipeline are often executed in parallel or in time-sliced fashion; in that case, some amount of buffer storage is often inserted betw (MORE)

How much is a 1974 certified mint Trans Alaskan Pipeline medallion currently worth. It states one troy ounce .999 plus pure silver on back and in commemoration of the trans-alaskan pipeline 1974 on fr?

Based on E-Bay Sales in the month of February and January 2013 they it is worth between $490 and $525. Based on the bullion value alone they are worth aprox $360 US dollars. Based on Dealer Markup you would pay aprox 540 plus shipping or tax if you buy them in your state and pick them up. A deal (MORE)

What are into the pipeline promotions?

Dr Robson from Eton says It is when a promotion is designed to enhance sales of a product to trade outlets and to help them sell the product to the customers

How the growing population effects the environment?

people are disrespecting nature, the growing population demands more food, more clean water, and more homes. The oil is running out and it is not forever. That would be too good to be true and this is real life.

Effects on population growth?

because of population growth lots of problems will arises like- shortage of food supply,increase in pollution,more traffic on road,less place for living and many more

Why was the Alaskan pipeline built above ground and insulated?

I would be inclined to believe that the pipeline was built above ground to avoid destroying the terrain that it runs through.Also dealing with the permafrost would prove costly and would have taken much longer to finish.Besides it makes maintaining it much easier.

What does a pipeliner do?

A pipeliner is a welder with a specialized skillset in welding pressure and transmission pipe line in order to aid in transporting fuel, gas or other liquids from the production zone to the market. Pipeliners typlically carry all their tools and specialty equipment with them on their trucks. For mor (MORE)

Do caribou eat other caribou?

No. Caribou are herbivores and feed mostly on grasses and plants in the summer and mushrooms and lichen in the winter.

What is pipeline flushing?

Discarding the contents of a computer's instruction pipeline whenthey have become invalid due to events during program execution(e.g. branch, interrupt, exception, trap, error detection). Onceflushed the pipeline must refill with instructions from the newpath of control before the computer can conti (MORE)

What are pipelines?

They are metal (or perhaps plastic) tubes through which gases orchemicals are pumped from one place to another.