the Alaskan coastline in a sentence
1. Large swaths of the Alaskan coastline offer wind and geothermal energy potential as well.
2. Europeans first sighted the Alaskan coastline in 1732;
3. Later, the extratropical remnants of Ioke produced a severe storm surge along the Alaskan coastline, causing beach erosion.
4. Species from the Alaskan coastline and islands have also adapted well in the Faroe Islands, especially Pinus contorta, Picea sitchensis, Salix alaxensis, Populus trichocarpa and Alnus sinuata.
5. He commanded several vessels within the territory of the Alaskan coastline.
6. Later, the extratropical remnants of Ioke produced a severe storm surge along the Alaskan coastline, causing beach erosion.
7. Large swaths of the Alaskan coastline offer wind and geothermal energy potential as well.
8. In the spring of 1928, Discoverer returned to Alaskan waters, where she explored the topography and hydrography of the Alaskan coastline until 1941.
9. Departing Seattle by ship on April 7, 1898, they arrived along the Alaskan coastline approximately five days later.
10. Of the remaining two cutters, Wayanda went to the West Coast, where she conducted an important survey of the Alaskan coastline before being sold in 1873, when she became the merchant steamer Los Angeles.
11. Berners Bay, Point Bridget, and Point St. Marys were named by George Vancouver during his 1790s expedition to chart the Alaskan coastline;
12. She was acquired by the US Coast Guard in 1946 serving on the Alaskan coastline until the 1970s.
13. Large swaths of the Alaskan coastline offer wind and geothermal energy potential as well.
- geothermal energy potential
- Alaska's economy
- increasingly expensive diesel fuel
- electric power
- wind and hydroelectric power
- statewide energy systems
- special low-cost electric interties
- the report
- low (less than 50¢/gal) fuel prices
- long distances
- low population
- a gallon
- urban Alaska
- the national average
- transportation costs
- seasonal usage peaks
- nearby petroleum development infrastructure
- many other factors
- a constitutionally authorized appropriation
- oil revenues
- a surplus
- state petroleum revenues
- the then recently constructed Trans-Alaska Pipeline System
- Governor Keith Miller
- the eve
- the 1969 Prudhoe Bay lease sale
- the entire proceeds
- Governor Jay Hammond
- Kenai state representative Hugh Malone
- an attractive political prospect
- the general fund
- dedicating state funds
- a particular purpose
- the rare exception
- the political climate
- its creation
- its initial principal
- oil royalties
- capital investment programs
- not all the principal