An environmental survey of Serpentine Hot Springs: Geology, hydrology, geochemistry, and microbiology

Natural Resource Report NPS/BELA/NRR—2015/1019
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Abstract

Serpentine Hot Springs is the most visited site in the Bering Land Bridge National Preserve. The hot springs have traditionally been used by the Native people of the Seward Peninsula for religious, medicinal and spiritual purposes and continue to be used in many of the same ways by Native people today. The hot springs are also popular with non-Native users from Nome and other communities, recreational users and pilots from out of the area, and hunters and hikers.

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Publication type Report
Publication Subtype Other Government Series
Title An environmental survey of Serpentine Hot Springs: Geology, hydrology, geochemistry, and microbiology
Series title Natural Resource Report
Series number NPS/BELA/NRR—2015/1019
Year Published 2015
Language English
Contributing office(s) National Research Program - Western Branch
Description Report: xii, 90 p.
Larger Work Title US Park Service
Country United States
State Alaska
Other Geospatial Seward Peninsula, Serpentine Hot Springs