Drilling Paradise Dry?

de Seve, Karen
October 2001
Science World;10/1/2001, Vol. 58 Issue 3, p15
Provides information on oil as well as the plans of the United States government to let oil companies explore and drill inside the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska.


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