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Lake-rich thermokarst landscapes occupy vast regions and provide important natural resources for northern communities. Recent research has shown that these lake-rich environments are sensitive to changes in climate and are in a state of transition. Old Crow Flats (OCF, Yukon, Canada) is one such thermokarst landscape where people of the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation (VGFN) have thrived for many generations. However, local residents have observed changes in OCF during recent decades including unpredictable weather patterns, expansion of shrub coverage, and drastic lake and river water level fluctuations. Concerns that these changes may affect their traditional lifestyles fueled initiation of a multidisciplinary Government...


    map background search result map search result map Changing Conditions In The Yukon River Basin, Alaska: Biological, Geographical, And Hydrological Research Of The US Geological Survey Alaska Science Center Investigation of fluvial responses to natural variations in discharge and sediment yield: insights from a supply-limited system in a glacierized basin Ice-dam Jökulhlaups Processes in Relation to the Copper River, Alaska Preliminary groundwater assessment of the proposed Whitehorse Copper & Mount Sima development area. prepared for Community Development Branch, Government of Yukon Altitudinal variation of the stable isotopes of snow in regions of high relief Preliminary groundwater inventory of the City of Whitehorse. prepared for Community Development Branch, Government of Yukon Observations of hydrography and currents in central Cook Inlet, Alaska during diurnal and semidiurnal tidal cycles Satellite Predictions of Subglacial Hydrology, and Final Collapse of Twinned Terrestrial-tidewater Glaciers, Anchorage Lowland, Alaska Parameterizing redistribution and sublimation of blowing snow for hydrological models: tests in a mountainous subarctic catchment Differing contributions of heavily and moderately glaciated basins to water resources of the Eklutna Basin, Alaska Integrated Hydrologic Effects of Climate Change in the Chuitna Watershed An interdisciplinary approach to monitoring the hydroecology of thermokarst lakes in Old Crow Flats, Yukon Territory, Canada Investigating the Hydrology of a Thermokarst Landscape (Old Crow Flats, Yukon, Canada) Using Water Isotope Tracers Contemporary Glacier Processes and Global Change: Recent Observations from Kaskawulsh Glacier and the Donjek Range, St. Elias Mountains Smooth Sheet Bathymetry of Cook Inlet, Alaska Hydrologic data and a proposed water-quality monitoring network for the Kobuk River Basin, Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve, and Kobuk Valley National Park, Alaska Integration of paleolimnological and contemporary hydroecological analyses to decipher effects of multiple stressors on water-rich northern landscapes Parameterizing redistribution and sublimation of blowing snow for hydrological models: tests in a mountainous subarctic catchment Preliminary groundwater inventory of the City of Whitehorse. prepared for Community Development Branch, Government of Yukon Integrated Hydrologic Effects of Climate Change in the Chuitna Watershed Investigating the Hydrology of a Thermokarst Landscape (Old Crow Flats, Yukon, Canada) Using Water Isotope Tracers An interdisciplinary approach to monitoring the hydroecology of thermokarst lakes in Old Crow Flats, Yukon Territory, Canada Altitudinal variation of the stable isotopes of snow in regions of high relief Differing contributions of heavily and moderately glaciated basins to water resources of the Eklutna Basin, Alaska Investigation of fluvial responses to natural variations in discharge and sediment yield: insights from a supply-limited system in a glacierized basin Integration of paleolimnological and contemporary hydroecological analyses to decipher effects of multiple stressors on water-rich northern landscapes Contemporary Glacier Processes and Global Change: Recent Observations from Kaskawulsh Glacier and the Donjek Range, St. Elias Mountains Satellite Predictions of Subglacial Hydrology, and Final Collapse of Twinned Terrestrial-tidewater Glaciers, Anchorage Lowland, Alaska Observations of hydrography and currents in central Cook Inlet, Alaska during diurnal and semidiurnal tidal cycles Smooth Sheet Bathymetry of Cook Inlet, Alaska Ice-dam Jökulhlaups Processes in Relation to the Copper River, Alaska Hydrologic data and a proposed water-quality monitoring network for the Kobuk River Basin, Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve, and Kobuk Valley National Park, Alaska Changing Conditions In The Yukon River Basin, Alaska: Biological, Geographical, And Hydrological Research Of The US Geological Survey Alaska Science Center