Oil and gas exploration has been a part of the Kenai Peninsula Borough's history for almost 150 years when Russian explorers first observed oil seeps on the west side of lower Cook Inlet.
What does LCI stand for?
LCI stands for Lower Cook Inlet (Alaska)
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- Load Commutated Inverter (type of variable speed controller for AC electric motors)
- Load Cost Indicator
- Loaded Chamber Indicator (firearms)
- Local Communication Interface
- Local Craft Interface
- Logical Channel Identifier (network technology)
- Louisiana Certified Investigator
- Low Coherence Interferometry
- Low Cost Infrastructure (wireless services)
- Low-Cost Integration (Navair)
- Lung Clearance Index
- Lynch Construction Inc (Churchville, MD or Huntington Beach, CA)
- Landing Craft, Infantry (Gun) (US Navy)
- Landing Craft, Infantry Gunboat (US Navy)
- Landing Craft, Infantry, Large (US Navy)
- Landing Craft, Infantry Mortar (US Navy)
- Landing Craft, Infantry (Rocket) (US Navy)
- Limited Configuration Interaction - Complete Neglect of Differential Overlap
- Limited Configuration Interaction - Single-Configuration Self-Consistent Field Molecular Orbitals
- Laboratoire de Chimie Inorganique et Analytique
Samples in periodicals archive:
It has also contracted Earthfield Technologies of Houston to process newer aeromagnetic data covering Lower Cook Inlet.
The Lower Cook Inlet and Bristol Bay are both at risk.
Minerals Management Service held a Lower Cook Inlet lease sale in 2005, no company submitted bids.
We conducted dedicated at-sea surveys for marine birds and mammals in lower Cook Inlet in late July and August of 1995-99.
The rest of the basin, including areas of lower Cook Inlet and the Kenai Peninsula, is considered more favorable for natural gas.
[FIGURE 2 OMITTED] Bathymetry and Substrate Bathymetry of lower Cook Inlet (south of the Forelands) consists of an elongated trough (15-30 m deep) that bifurcates around Kalgin Island, with shallow platforms ([less than or equal to] 10 m) on either side (Fig.
Marine mammals of Lower Cook Inlet and the potential for impact from outer continental shelf oil and gas exploration, development and transport.