Proposed Compendium Changes for 2007
Glacier Bay National Park & Preserve is seeking public comment on the park's proposed 2007 Superintendent’s Compendium. The attached proposed compendium is a written compilation of designations, closures, permit requirements and other restrictions imposed under the Superintendent’s discretionary authority. The National Park Service adopted new regulations on vessel management in Glacier Bay. Additionally, regulations applicable to Alaska national park areas were renumbered. These changes are reflected in this proposed compendium. After review and consideration of the need for annual updates, the park proposes two changes.
Did You Know?
Interglacial stumps can range from 250 to 10,000 years old. Some of these stumps are remnants of forests that predate the Little Ice Age and can help researchers understand the climate history of Glacier Bay.