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U.S. Geological Survey Biological Science Report: USGS/BRD/BSR-2002-0001
Arctic Refuge Coastal Plain Terrestrial Wildlife Research Summaries
The Arctic Refuge Coastal Plain Terrestrial Wildlife Summaries report has been compiled in HTML format at: http://alaska.usgs.gov/BSR-2002/index.html
This report is available for download to your computer by choosing from the links provided below. The report is distributed in Adobe PDF format. Your computer must have the Adobe Reader software installed to view or print the document. The Adobe Reader software is available without cost from:http://get.adobe.com/reader/
The total digital
file size of this report is large. We suggest you consider the file size(s)
with respect to your computer's available disk space, as well as the speed of
your Internet connection, before selecting from the options below. To accommodate
persons with slower or less reliable Internet connections, we have partitioned
the 'Complete Report' into 10 subsections, so it can be downloaded in smaller
increments. The subsections are not independent reports. Those persons with
relatively fast or stable Internet connections would likely prefer to download
the complete report as a single file.
A printed copy of the report can be ordered from the USGS Earth Science Information Center in Anchorage, AK.
Take care in exactly how you 'click' on the link(s) below
PLEASE READ FURTHER
We recommend that you physically transfer (download) the file(s) to your computer's hard disk. That way you can view or print the document in subsequent days, without having to revisit this website. If you already have the Adobe Reader software installed (on a typical personal computer) and you use your mouse's left button to click on the links below, your computer will likely open the Adobe software automatically, and download the document directly into an Adobe viewer window. You may read and print the document at this point, but you will not be able to save the file. So, once you exit (close) the Adobe software program, the document will vanish, and you will have to revisit this website and repeat the entire process to view the document again in the future. You may find this frustrating because the file sizes are large and the download times will be substantial.
When the file(s) are no longer of interest, you should consider deleting them from your hard disk to restore the disk space for other uses.
The estimated download times in the table below are based average Internet traffic conditions. The actual download times that you experience will be dependent on how busy our server is, and the amount of traffic between our computer and yours. Download times could be much longer during periods of peak traffic.