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Alaska Arctic Vegetation Archive: Pingo Vegetation Plots (M. Walker 1990)

Aava pingos mwalker 1990 plotmap anc The vegetation and floristics of pingos on the Central Arctic Coastal Plain of Alaska were described by M. D. Walker for her doctoral thesis at the University of Colorado, Department of Environmental, Population and Organismic Biology (Walker 1990). Funding was provided by National Science Foundation grants DPP-8312497 and DPP-8520754, with additional funds from the Arctic Institute of North...
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1983-07-29
1986-07-28
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Alaska Arctic Vegetation Archive: Poplar Vegetation Plots (Breen 2014)

Aava poplars abreen 2014 a sitephoto metadata The vegetation associated with balsam poplar stands in the Arctic Foothills of Alaska and the interior boreal forests of Alaska and Yukon was described by Breen (2014) as part of her doctoral dissertation research from 2003 to 2006 (Breen 2010). This research was supported by a National Science Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Improvement grant (DEB-0608539) and by a Center for Global Change...
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2003-06-18
2005-08-17
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Alaska Arctic Vegetation Archive: Prudhoe Bay Vegetation Plots (Walker 1985)

Aava prudhoebay dwalker 1985 a site photo The vegetation of the Prudhoe Bay area was described and mapped by D. A. Walker for doctoral thesis at the University of Colorado, Department of Environmental, Population and Organismic Biology (Walker 1981). The study was initiated in 1973 under the U.S. Tundra Biome portion of the International Biological Program (IBP) and is part of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Cold Regions Research and...
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1974-01-06
1975-01-09
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Alaska Arctic Vegetation Archive: Prudhoe Bay-ArcSEES Road Study (Walker et al. 2015)

Aava pruarc dwalker 2015 apicture Sampling of vegetation in the vicinity of Lake Colleen off the Spine Road at Prudhoe Bay was undertaken in 2014 as part of a study that focused on thermokarst in relationship to climate change and oilfield infrastructure. The objectives of the project were to study the effects of road dust and road-related flooding to topography, landforms, permafrost, soils and vegetation. This site was chosen...
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2014-06-01
2015-03-31
2018-08-16 15:03:41 -0800
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Alaska Arctic Vegetation Archive: Selawik National Wildlife Refuge (Jorgenson et al. 2009)

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2018-08-09 15:11:54 -0800
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Alaska Arctic Vegetation Archive: Southwest Alaska Alders (Talbot et al. 2005)

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2018-08-09 15:17:09 -0800
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Alaska Arctic Vegetation Archive: Southwest Alaska Vegetation Plots

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2018-08-09 15:11:54 -0800
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Alaska Arctic Vegetation Archive: Toolik Lake Vegetation Plots (Walker and Barry 1991)

Aava tooliklake dwalker 1991 a sitephoto metadata The vegetation of the Toolik Lake area was described and mapped by D. A. Walker et al. during the Department of Energy R4D (Response, Resistance, and Resilience to, and Recovery from Disturbance in Arctic ecosystems, Grant No. DE-FG02-84ER60242.A006) study in 1988-89. Toolik Lake is a glaciated landscape in the southern Arctic Foothills of the Brooks Range, North Slope, Alaska. The primary...
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1988-08-01
1989-08-26
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Alaska Arctic Vegetation Archive: Umiat (Churchill 1955)

Umiat%28umiat ec%29 Early vegetation sampling on Alaska’s North Slope was undertaken by Ethan D. Churchill while stationed at Umiat on the Colville River. Churchill’s field work, completed in July and August of 1951, endeavored to identify plant communities, determine their relationship to environmental conditions, and obtain data for aerial photographic interpretation. The work was supported in part by the U.S....
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1951-08-31
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Alaska Arctic Vegetation Archive: Unalaska Vegetation Plots (Talbot et al. 2010)

Aava unalaska stalbot 2010 sitephoto In 2007, one of the first quantitative studies of vegetation from sea level to alpine on Unalaska Island in the Aleutian Islands was completed (Talbot et al. 2010). The focus of the study was to 1) describe the major plant communities along environmental gradients, 2) identify the main vegetation types and communities and determine their relationship to select site factors, and 3) compare these...
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2007-08-03
2007-08-22
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Alaska Arctic Vegetation Archive: Western Alaska Vegetation Plots (Hanson 1951)

Hhanson 1951 ecol monograph plantcomm westalaska page 30 image 0002 Sampling of grassland, marsh and other plant communities across Alaska was completed by Hanson (1951) to learn about community floristic composition, cover, frequency, environmental relationships, geographic distribution, and relationships between communities and plant succession. Stands were sampled in the vicinity of Kodiak, Homer, Eklutna, Goose Bay, Knik Flats, Wasilla, Talkeetna Mountains,...
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1949-08-10
1949-08-15
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Alaska Arctic Vegetation Archive: Willow Vegetation Plots (Schickhoff 2002)

Aava willows schickhoff 2002 a sitephoto metadata The riparian vegetation in arctic Alaska mainly consists of willow shrub communities that are functionally important components of arctic landscape ecosystems. Willow communities along a south-north transect from the Brooks Range to Prudhoe Bay were described by Schickhoff et al. (2002). Support for the project was provided by the Max Kade Foundation grant KADE-OCG 3088 to U. Schickhoff, by the...
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1997-07-09
1997-08-17
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Alaska Arctic Vegetation Archive: Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta Plots

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2018-08-09 15:11:54 -0800
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Alaska Coastline 1:63,360, Lines

Alaska Department of Natural Resources (ADNR) - This is a first cut at a statewide 1:63,360 coastline. The entire coasline, however, is not 1:63.360; only where data was available as of January 1998. It is a mixture of sources ranging from the Department of Natural Resources, Land Records Information Section hydrography database to the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Environmentally Sensitive Index coastline (no ESI attributes included) to the US...
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2018-08-09 15:11:26 -0800
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Alaska DEC Contaminated Sites

Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation (ADEC) - This map was created by the State of Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation-Contaminated Sites Program to assist the public in identifying known Contaminated Sites in the State of Alaska. This map displays contaminated sites throughout the state of Alaska. It has the capability to provide basic information and a link to the cleanup chronology report for each selected site.
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2018-05-10 10:28:26 -0800
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Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation – Alaska Clean Water 5-year Strategic Plan 2016-2020

ADEC – Alaska Clean Water 5-year Strategic Plan 2016-2020
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2018-08-09 15:11:47 -0800
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Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation – Water Quality Reports Inventory

Water quality reports inventory and searchable database.
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2018-08-09 15:11:41 -0800
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Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation’s – Alaska’s Clean Water Actions (Impaired water bodies/waters to watch)

What is ACWA? The Alaska Clean Water Actions (ACWA) was created through Administrative Order 200. This directive told Alaska resource agencies to work together to characterize Alaska's waters in a holistic manner; sharing data, expertise and other information. ACWA's database of priority waters and identified stewardship actions is a product of this collaboration. The three state resource...
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2018-08-09 15:11:46 -0800
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Alaska EPSCoR Southcentral Test Case - Aquatic Ecology - 2015 Field Data

EPSCoR - Alaska Adapting to Changing Environments (EPSCoR-ACE) - The collection includes data collected in the May - September 2015 field season. Fieldwork efforts focused on acquiring growth and diet information from juvenile Chinook and Coho salmon at lower, middle, upper, and associated main-stem sites in each of the test case's three focus tributaries (Beaver Creek, Russian River, and Ptarmigan Creek).
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2015-05-20
2015-08-28
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Alaska EPSCoR Southcentral Test Case - Aquatic Ecology - 2015 Field Sites

EPSCoR - Alaska Adapting to Changing Environments (EPSCoR-ACE) - In-progress; ArcGIS Online map of field sites from 2015 Aquatic Ecology research on impacts of climate change on juvenile Chinook and Coho salmon. Map is linked to numerical and photographic database for spatial organization of field data.
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2015-05-20
2015-08-28
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