- In Inuit mythology Amaguq is a trickster and wolf god. Japanese Culture. Kitsune.
- Aklavik Inuvialuit describe the status of certain birds and animals
- Willow Ptarmigan Qargiq. Wolf Amaguq. Wolverine Qavvik on the Yukon North Slope, March 2003.
- National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska (NPR-A) Northwest Planning Area
- 18, Umiat Meridian (Amaguq #2). • T16N, R11W, Sec. 25, Umiat Meridian (Aklaq #6).
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- pended status near the Ikpikpuk River southeast of Barrow — Aklaqyaaq 1, Aklaq . 2 and Aklaq 6. A fourth well, Amaguq 2, was plugged and abandoned in 2006.
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- Amaguq-2 well was abandoned, having failed to encounter reservoir quality sands in the primary target. The Aklaq-6 and.
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- Amagaq 2: drilled with the Arctic Wolf drilling rig. •. Talisman spokesperson Barry Nelson said Amaguq No.
- Explorers 2014: NordAq is working on North Slope and in Cook Inlet
- In 2007, the Canadian company drilled three nearby wells: the Amaguq No. 2, the Aklaqyaaq No. 1 and the Aklaq No.
- Amaguq - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Amaguq. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to: navigation, search According to Inuit mythology Amaguq is a trickster and wolf god.
- Amaguq - OpenContent Curriculum
- Oct 14, 2008 Back to the Inupiaq Dictionary. Retrieved from "http://wiki.bssd.
- Pronounce Names - Pronounce Amaguq, How to pronounce
- Pronunciation of Amaguq, How to pronounce Amaguq.
- Amaguq 001.mp4 - YouTube
- Apr 7, 2011 My dog Amaguq saying "I love you"by isagolik41 views · Thumbnail 0:17. Add to. Hungry wolf pupby safhalo111 views · Thumbnail 0:26.
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