ANWR 1002 Area and development: one question, many issues

04/14/2003
In 1999, a young master's degree candidate in photo-journalism, John Dunne, spent the summer in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge of Alaska, taking pictures and keeping a journal of his experiences.On May 19, after arriving in the small Inupiat village of Kaktovik, along the northern coast of ANWR, he waited for the weather to break and his pilot to arrive (all movement in and out of the refuge is by small plane).A week later, he made this entry: "May 26. Standing by the beautifully warm fuel heater in the trailer as I write. I got it running yesterday for the first time. Hadn't bothered before. I figured I'd better get used to the weather. But at ten below, heat feels good....
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