Alaska

Year(s)TitlePrincipal Investigator(s)Contains
2015 - 2017Development of an Alaska Based Research Framework for Migratory Waterfowl
    • Dennis Griffith (Alaska Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit)
    2015 - 2017Glacier Impacts on Current and Future Streamflow
      • Roland Viger (USGS Branch of Regional Research, Central Region)
      2015 - 2017Ice2O: Assessing Icefield-to-Ocean Change in the Pacific Coastal Temperate Rainforest (PCTR)
        • Shad O'Neel (Alaska Science Center)
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        2014 - 2016Differential Effects of Climate-Mediated Forest Change on the Habitats of Two Ungulates Important to Subsistence and Sport Hunting Economies
          • Brad Griffith (USGS Alaska Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit (AKCFWRU))
          2014 - 2016Distribution and Flow of Water in Alaskan Coastal Forest Watersheds
            • Scott Rupp (University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF))
            2014 - 2016Use of the AIEM Permafrost Module Output to Assess the Permafrost Changes in the 21st Century and their Impact on Existing and Future Infrastructure in the Alaskan Arctic
              • Vladimir Romanovsky (University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF))
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              2012 - 2013Implications of Glacier Change in Alaska
                • Eran Hood (University of Alaska Southeast)
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                2012 - 2014Linking Climate, Vegetation, and Ungulate Dynamics Across the Alaska Region
                  • Jeffrey Welker (University of Alaska - Anchorage)
                  2012 - 2013Snow Datasets for Arctic Terrestrial Applications
                    • Glen Liston (Colorado State University)
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                    2012 - 2013Thermokarst Monitoring at the Landscape Level: A Feasibility Study
                      • Benjamin M Jones (Alaska Science Center)
                      • Joshua C Koch (Alaska Science Center)
                      • Courtney L Amundson (Alaska Science Center)
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                      2012 - 2013Validation of Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta Storm Surge Model
                        • Tom Ravens (University of Alaska Anchorage)
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                        2012 - 2014Western Alaska Coastal Hazards and Stream and Lake Monitoring
                          • Robert Grumbine (NOAA National Center for Environmental Prediction (NCEP))
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                          2011 - 2012Assessing the Sensitivity of Alaska’s Coastal Rainforest Ecosystem to Changes in Glacier Runoff
                            • Shad R O'Neel (Alaska Science Center)
                            • Anthony Arendt (Geophysical Institute, University of Alaska Fairbanks)
                            • Eran Hood (University of Alaska Southeast)
                            • Sanjay Pyare (University of Alaska Southeast)
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                            2011 - 2014Detection of Climate-Linked Distributional Shifts of Breeding Waterbirds Across North America
                              • Joel A Schmutz (Alaska Science Center)
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                              2011 - 2016Development and Application of an Integrated Ecosystem Model for Alaska
                                • David McGuire (Alaska Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, University of Alaska, Fairbanks)
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                                2011 - 2014Ecology, Soil Carbon, and Permafrost Experiments (ECOSCAPE)
                                  • Mark P Waldrop (USGS Volcano Science Center)
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                                  2011 - 2016Integrating Studies of Glaciers and Ecosystems in the Context of Climate Change in the Arctic Refuge
                                    • Matt Nolan (Institute of Northern Engineering, University of Alaska Fairbanks)
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