Exploring ANWR

Barnes, Scottie
April 2005
Geospatial Solutions;Apr2005, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p10
Academic Journal
Comments on a U.S. Senate vote in favor of drilling for oil in Area 1002 of Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Concerns that the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries cannot meet rising demand; Experts' prediction that the price could soar to $60; Arguments supporting or opposing the Senate vote; Advocacy for the Global Earth Observation System of Systems; Concerns about sustainability.


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