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Alaska Annual Data Report 2005


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The U.S. Geological Survey and organizations of the State of Alaska have had cooperative agreements since 1958 for the systematic collection of streamflow records, water-quality records, and ground-water levels. Organizations that assisted in collecting data contained in this report through cooperative agreements with the USGS are:

Alaska Department of Community and Economic Development,
    William Noll, Commissioner

Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority, Alaska Energy Authority,
    Ronald W. Miller, Executive Director

Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation,
    Kurt Fredriksson, Commissioner

Alaska Department of Fish and Game,
    McKie Campbell, Commissioner

Alaska Department of Natural Resources, Division of Mining and Water Management,
    Michael Menge, Commissioner

Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities,
    Mike Barton, Commissioner, in cooperation with the
    U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration

Bristol Bay Native Corporation,
    Tom Hawkins, Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer

Central Council of Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska,
    Desiree Welch, Native Lands and Resources Manager

City and Borough of Juneau,
    Bruce Botelho, Mayor

City and Borough of Sitka,
    Marko Dapcevich, Mayor

City and Borough of Yakutat,
    Victoria Anderstrom, Mayor

City of Wrangell,
    Valery McCandless, Mayor

Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium,
    Paul Sherry, President/CEO

Haida Corporation,
    John Bruns, Resource Manager

Cheesh-na Tribal Council,
    Elaine Sinyon, Chief Executive Officer

Native Village of Eklutna,
    Lee Stephan, Chief Executive Officer

Kenai Peninsula Borough,
    John Williams, Mayor

Matanuska-Susitna Borough,
    Tim Anderson, Mayor

Municipality of Anchorage,
    Mark Begich, Mayor

University of Alaska Southeast,
    John Pugh, Chancellor

The following Federal agencies assisted in the data-collection program by providing funds or services:

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers,
    Cold Regions Research & Engineering Laboratory

U.S. Department of Agriculture,
    Forest Service

U.S. Department of the Interior,
    Bureau of Land Management

U.S. Department of the Interior,
    National Park Service

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