Douglas Kane

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Douglas L. Kane
Water and Environmental Research Center
Institute of Northern Engineering
University of Alaska, Fairbanks, AK 99775-1760
(907) 474-7808
(907) 474-6686 fax
dlkane@alaska.edu

Education

  • 1966 B.S. Civil Engineering (Univ. of Wisconsin)
  • 1968 M.S. Civil Engineering, Water Resources Management (Univ. of Wisconsin)
  • 1975 Ph.D. Civil Engineering (Univ. of Minnesota)

Professional Experience

  • 2001-2005 Director, Institute of Northern Engineering
  • 1999-2001 Acting Director of Institute of Northern Engineering
  • 1997-1999 Associate Director of Institute of Northern Engineering
  • 1989-present Director of Water and Environmental Research Center and Professor of Water Resources and Civil Engineering
  • 1986-1989 Professor of Water Resources and Civil Engineering
  • 1981-1986 Associate Professor of Water Resources
  • 1975-1982 Assistant Professor of Water Resources
  • 1973-present Professional Engineer, State of Alaska
  • 1971-1975 Research Hydrologist; American Institute of Hydrology
  • 1970-1971 Teaching Associate, University of Minnesota
  • 1966-1970 Civil Engineer

Professional Organizations

American Society of Civil Engineers, American Geophysical Union, American Water Resources Association (Fellow AWRA), Arctic Institute of North America, American Institute of Hydrology (Professional Hydrologist), Phi Kappa Phi and Chi Epsilon (Honor Societies), Professional Engineer (State of Alaska).

Research Interests

Groundwater hydrology, snow hydrology, hydraulics, water resources engineering, cold regions hydrology, fish hydraulics, heat transfer, climate change.

Refereed Publications

  • McNamara, J.P. and D.L. Kane (2009), The Impact of Shrinking Cryosphere on the Form of Arctic Alluvial Channels. Hydrological Processes, 23:159-168.
  • Ye, B., D. Yang, Z. Zhang, and D. L. Kane (2009), Variation of Hydrological Regime with Permafrost Coverage over Lena Basin in Siberia, J. Geophys. Res., 114, D07102, doi:10.1029/2008JD010537.
  • Mernild, S.H., G.E. Liston, D.L. Kane, N.T. Knudsen and B. Hasholt. 2008. Snow, Runoff and Mass Balance Modeling for the Entire Mittivakkat Glacier (1998-2006), Ammassalik Island, SE Greenland. Danish Journal of Geography, 108(1):121-136.
  • Mernild, S.H., B. Hasholt, D.L. Kane and A.C. Tidwell. 2008. Jökulhlaup Observed at Greenland Ice Sheet. EOS, 89(35):321-322.
  • Kane, D.L. and K.M. Hinkel (eds). 2008. Proceedings: Ninth International Conference on Permafrost. Institute of Northern Engineering, University of Alaska Fairbanks, 2140 pp., 2 vols.
  • Woo, M.K., D.L. Kane, S.K. Carey and D. Yang. 2008. Progress in Permafrost Hydrology in the New Millennium. Permafrost and Periglacial Processes, 19(2):237-254.
  • Hinzman, L.D., R.E. Gieck and D.L. Kane. 2008. Spatial and Temporal Variation of Soil Temperatures and Arctic Hydrology in the Kuparuk River Basin, Alaska. In: Proceedings of Ninth International Conference on Permafrost, D.L. Kane and K.M. Hinkel (Eds.), University of Alaska, Institute of Northern Engineering, pp. 711-716.
  • Kane, D.L., R.E. Gieck and L.D. Hinzman. 2008. Water Balance for a Low-Gradient Watershed in Northern Alaska. In: Proceedings of Ninth International Conference on Permafrost, D.L. Kane and K.M. Hinkel (Eds.), University of Alaska, Institute of Northern Engineering, pp. 883-888.
  • Kane, D.L., L.D. Hinzman, R.E. Gieck, J.P. McNamara, E. Youcha and J.A. Oatley. 2008. Contrasting Extreme Runoff Events in Areas of Continuous Permafrost, Arctic Alaska. Hydrology Research, 38(4):287-298.
  • McNamara, J.P., J.A. Oatley, L.D. Hinzman and D.L. Kane. 2008. Case Study of a Large Summer Flood on the North Slope of Alaska: Bedload Transport. Hydrology Research, 38(4):299-308.
  • Mernild, S.H., D.L. Kane, B.U. Hansen, B.H. Jakobsen, B. Hasholt and N.T. Knudsen. 2008. Climate, Glacier Mass Balance and Runoff (1993-2005) for the Mittivakkat Glacier Catchment, Ammassalik, SE Greenland, and in a Long Term Perspective (1898-1993). Hydrology Research, 39(4):239-256.
  • McNamara, J. P., D.L. Kane, J. E. Hobbie and G. W. Kling. 2008. Hydrologic and Biogeochemical Controls on the Spatial and Temporal Patterns of Nitrogen and Phosphorus in the Kuparuk River, Arctic Alaska. Hydrological Processes, 3294-3309 (DOI: 10.1002/hyp.6920).
  • Yoshikawa, K., D. L. Kane and L. D. Hinzman. 2007. Spring and Aufeis (Icing) Hydrology in Brooks Range. Journal of Geophysical Research-Biosciences, 112, G04S43, doi:10.1029/2006JG000294.
  • Shutov, V., R. E. Gieck, L. D. Hinzman and D. L. Kane. 2006. Evaporation from Land Surface in High Latitude Areas: A Review of Methods and Study Results. Nordic Hydrology 37(4/5):393-411.
  • Overduin, P. P., and D. L. Kane, 2006. Frost Boils and Soil Ice Content: Field Observations. Permafrost and Periglacial Processes 17:291-307.
  • Overduin, P. P., D. L. Kane, and W. K. P. van Loon, 2006. Measuring Thermal Conductivity in Freezing and Thawing Soil Using the Soil Temperature Response to Heating. Cold Regions Science and Technology 45(1): 8-22.
  • Hinzman, L. D., D. L. Kane, et al. 2005. Evidence and Implications of Recent Climate Change in Northern Alaska and Other Arctic Regions. Climatic Change 72:251-298.
  • Hinzman, L. D., D.L. Kane and M.K. Woo. 2005. Permafrost Hydrology. In: Encyclopedia of Hydrological Sciences, M.G. Anderson (Ed.), John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., pp. 2679-2693.
  • Kane, D. L. 2005. High–Latitude Hydrology, What Do We Know? Hydrological Processes, Invited Commentary, 19:2453-2454.
  • Overduin, P. P., K. Yoshikawa, D. L. Kane and J. W. Harden. 2005. Comparing Electronic Probes for Volumetric Water Content of Low-Density Feathermoss. Sensor Review, 25(3):215-221.
  • Yang, D., D. L. Kane, Z. Zhang, D. Legates and B. Goodison. 2005. Bias Correction of Long-Term (1973-2004) Daily Precipitation Data over Northern Regions. Geophysical Research Letters, 32:L19501, doi:10.1029/2005GL024057.
  • Berezovskaya, S., D. Yang and D. L. Kane. 2004. Compatibility Analysis of Precipitation and Runoff Trends over the Large Siberian Rivers. Geophysical Research Letters, 31:L21502, doi:10.1029/2004GL021277.
  • Kane, D. L. and D. Yang (Editors). 2004. Northern Research Basins Water Balance, Int. Assoc. of Hydrological Sciences Publication 290, 271 pp.
  • Kane, D. L., and D. Yang. 2004. Overview for Water Balance Determinations for High Latitude Watersheds. Int. Assoc. of Hydrological Sciences Publication 290. pp. 1-12.
  • Kane, D. L. R. E. Gieck, D. C. Kitover, L. D. Hinzman, J. P. McNamara and D. Yang. 2004. Hydrologic Cycle on the North Slope of Alaska. Int. Association of Hydrological Sciences Publication 290, pp. 224-236.
  • Kane, D. L. and L. D. Hinzman. 2004. Monitoring Extreme Environments: Arctic Hydrology in Transition. Water Resources Impact, 6(1):24-27.
  • Yang, D., B. Ye and D. L. Kane. 2004. Streamflow Changes over Siberian Yenisei River Basin. Journal of Hydrology, doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2004.03.017.
  • Fichefet, T., C. Dick, G. Flato, D. Kane and J. Moore. 2004. Progress in Understanding the Arctic Climate System. EOS, 85(16):159.
  • Kane, D.L., J.P. McNamara, D. Yang, P.Q. Olsson and R.E. Gieck. 2003. An Extreme Rainfall/Runoff Event in Arctic Alaska. Journal of Hydrometeorology, 4(6):1220-1228.
  • Ye, B., D. Yang and D.L. Kane. 2003. Changes in Lena River Streamflow Hydrology: Human Impacts Versus Natural Variation. Water Resources Research, 39(7), 1200, doi:10.1029/2003WR001991.
  • Kane, D.L. and L.D. Hinzman. 2003. Permafrost in a Dynamic Environment. Permafrost and Periglacial Processes, 14:89-91.
  • Bowling, L.C., D.L. Kane, R.E. Gieck, L.D. Hinzman and D.P. Lettenmaier. 2003. The Role of Surface Storage in a Low-Gradient Arctic Watershed. Water Resources Research, 39(4): 1087, doi:10.1029/2002WR001466.
  • Kane, D.L., R.E. Gieck and L.C. Bowling. 2003. Impacts of Surficial Permafrost Landforms on Surface Hydrology. Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Permafrost, Zurich, Switzerland, 21-25 July 2003, Phillips, M., et al.(eds), A.A. Balkema Publishers, pp. 507-512.
  • Hinzman, L.D., D.L. Kane, K. Yoshikawa, A. Carr, W.R. Bolton and M. Fraver. 2003. Hydrological Variations Among Watersheds with Varying Degrees of Permafrost. Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Permafrost, Zurich, Switzerland, 21-25 July 2003, Phillips, M., et al.(eds), A.A. Balkema Publishers, pp. 407-411.
  • Overduin, P.P., C-L. Ping and D.L. Kane. 2003. Frost Boils, Soil Ice Content and Apparent Thermal Diffusivity. Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Permafrost, Zurich, Switzerland, 21-25 July 2003, Phillips, M., et al.(eds), A.A. Balkema Publishers, pp. 869-874.
  • Zhang, T., T. Scambos, T. Haran, L.D. Hinzman, R.G. Barry and D.L. Kane. 2003. Ground Based and Satellite Derived Measurements of Surface Albedo on the North Slope of Alaska. Journal of Hydrometeorology, 4:77-91.
  • Kane, D.L. and J. Boike. 2002. Permafrost: Soil Temperature/Special Problems. Encyclopedia of Soil Science, Marcel Dekker, Inc., pp 972-975.
  • Yang, D., D.L. Kane, L.D. Hinzman, X. Zhang, T. Zhang and H. Ye. 2002. Siberian Lena River Hydrologic Regime and Recent Change. Journal of Geophysical Research, 107(D23):4694, doi:1029/2002JD002542.
  • Kane, D.L., K.M. Hinkel, D.J. Goering, L.D. Hinzman and S.I. Outcalt. 2001. Non-conductive Heat Transfer Associated with Frozen Soils. Global and Planetary Change, 29:275-292.
  • Yang, D., D.L. Kane, L.D. Hinzman, B.E. Goodison, J.R. Metcalfe, P.Y.T. Louie, G.H. Leavesley, D.G. Emerson and C.L. Hanson. 2000. An Evaluation of the Wyoming Gauge System for Snowfall Measurement. Water Resources Research, 36(9):2665-2677.
  • Kane, D.L. (Editor). 2000. Water Resources in Extreme Environments. American Water Resources Association Proceedings, 342 pp.
  • Kane, D.L., L.D. Hinzman, J.P. McNamara, Z. Zhang and C.S. Benson. 2000. An Overview of a Nested Watershed Study in Arctic Alaska. Nordic Hydrology, 4/5:245-266.
  • Oechel, W.C., G.L. Vourilitis, S.J. Hastings, R.M. Zulueta, L.D. Hinzman and D.L. Kane. 2000. Acclimation of Ecosystem CO2 Exchange in the Alaskan Arctic in Response to Decadal Climatic Warming. Nature, 406(Aug. 31):978-981.
  • Hinzman, L.D., R.A. Johnson, D.L. Kane, A.M. Farris and G.J. Light. 2000. Measurement and Modeling of Benzene Transport in a Discontinuous Permafrost Region. In: Contaminant Hydrology, Cold Regions Modeling, S.A. Grant and I.K. Iskandar eds. Lewis Publishers, pp. 175-237.
  • Zhang, Z., D.L. Kane and L.D. Hinzman, 2000. Development and Application of a Spatially Distributed Arctic Hydrologic and Thermal Process Model (ARHYTHM). Journal of Hydrological Processes. 14(6):1017-1044.
  • McNamara, J.P., D.L. Kane and L.D. Hinzman. 1999. An Analysis of an Arctic Channel Network Using a Digital Elevation Model. Geomorphology, 29:339-353.
  • Kane, D.L., C.E. Behlke, R.E. Gieck and R.F. McLean. 1999. Juvenile Fish Passage Through Culverts in Alaska: A Field Study. Proc. of AWRA Annual Conference, Seattle, WA. pp. 433-436.
  • Meade, N. L.D. Hinzman and D.L. Kane. 1999. Spatial Estimation of Soil Moisture Using Synthetic Aperture Radar in Alaska. Advances in Space Research, 24(7):935-940.
  • McNamara, J. P., D. L. Kane and L. D. Hinzman. 1998. An Analysis of Stream Flow Hydrology in the Kuparuk River Basin, Arctic Alaska: A Nested Watershed Approach. Journal of Hydrology, 206:39-57.
  • Hinzman, L.D., D.J. Goering and D.L. Kane. 1998. A Distributed Thermal Model for Calculating Temperature Profiles and Depth of Thaw in Permafrost Regions. Journal of Geophysical Research–Atmospheres, 103(D22):28,975-28,991.
  • Hinzman, L.D., D.W. Robinson and D.L. Kane. 1998. A Biogeochemical Survey of an Arctic Coastal Wetland. Proc., Permafrost, Seventh International Conference, Yellowknife, Canada, pp 459-464.
  • Kane, D.L., D.J. Soden, L.D. Hinzman and R.E. Gieck. 1998. Rainfall Runoff of a Nested Watershed in the Alaskan Arctic. Proc., Permafrost, Seventh International Conference, Yellowknife, Canada, pp 539-543.
  • Lilly, E.K., D.L. Kane, L.D. Hinzman and R.E. Gieck. 1998. Annual Water Balance for Three Nested Watersheds on the North Slope of Alaska. Proc., Permafrost, Seventh International Conference, Yellowknife, Canada, pp 669-674.
  • Mendez, J., L.D. Hinzman, D.L. Kane. 1998. Evapotranspiration from a Wetland Complex on the Arctic Coastal Plain of Alaska. Nordic Hydrology, 29(4/5):303-330.
  • McNamara, J. P., D. L. Kane and L. D. Hinzman. 1997. Storm Flow Dynamics in a Nested Arctic Watershed. Water Resources Research, 33(7):1707-1719.
  • Kane, D. L. 1997. The Impact of Arctic Hydrologic Perturbations on Arctic Ecosystems Induced by Climate Change. In: Oechel, W. C., Global Change and Arctic Terrestrial Ecosystems, Springer-Verlag, Ecological Studies 124, pp. 63-81.
  • Kane, D.L., L.D. Hinzman, H. Yu and D.J. Goering. 1996. The Use of SAR Satellite Imagery to Measure Active Layer Moisture Contents in Arctic Alaska. Nordic Hydrology, 27:25-38.
  • Rovansek, R. J., L. D. Hinzman and D. L. Kane. 1996. Hydrology of a Tundra Wetland Complex on the Alaskan Arctic Coastal Plain. Arctic and Alpine Research, 28(3):311-317.
  • Everett, K.R., D.L. Kane and L.D. Hinzman. 1996. Surface Water Chemistry and Hydrology of a Small Arctic Drainage Basin. In: J. Reynolds and J. Tenhunen (eds) Landscape Function: Implications for Ecosystem Response to Disturbance. A Case Study in Arctic Tundra. Springer-Verlag, Ecologic Studies Series 120, pp. 185-201.
  • Hinzman, L.D., D.L. Kane, C.S. Benson and K.R. Everett. 1996. Thermal and Hydrologic Processes in the Imnavait Creek Watershed. In: J. Reynolds and J. Tenhunen (eds), Landscape Function: Implications for Ecosystem Response to Disturbance. A Case Study in Arctic Tundra. Springer-Verlag, Ecologic Studies Series 120, pp. 131-154.
  • Goering, D.J., H. Chen, L.D. Hinzman, and D.L. Kane. 1995. Removal of Terrain Effects from SAR Satellite Images of Arctic Tundra, IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 33:1, pp. 185-194.
  • Weller, G., F. S. Chapin, K. R. Everett, J. E. Hobbie, D. L. Kane, W. C. Oechel, C. L. Ping, W. S. Reeburgh, D. Walker and J. Walsh. 1995. The Arctic Flux Study: A Regional View of Trace Gas Release. Journal of Biogeography, 22:365-374.
  • Kane, D. L. Northern Hydrology in Alaska. 1994. Northern Hydrology: International Perspectives, National Hydrology Research Institute (NHRI), Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, NHRI Report No. 3, pp. 5-20.
  • Hinzman, L.D., D.L. Kane, and K.R. Everett. 1993. Hillslope Hydrology in an Arctic Setting. Proceedings: Sixth International Conference on Permafrost, Beijing, China. pp. 267-271.
  • Kane, D.L., L.D. Hinzman, and E.K. Lilly. 1993. Use of Spatially Distributed Data to Model Arctic Hydrologic Processes. Sixth International Conference on Permafrost, Beijing, China. pp.326-331.
  • Behlke, C.E., D.L. Kane, R.F. McLean and M.D. Travis. 1993. Economic Culvert Design Using Fish Swimming Energy and Power Capabilities. Proceedings: Fish Passage Policy and Technology, Bioengineering Section of the American Fisheries Society, Portland, OR. pp. 95-100.
  • Rovansek, R.J., D.L. Kane and L.D. Hinzman. 1993. Improving Estimates of Snowpack Water Equivalent Using Double Sampling. Proceedings: Fiftieth Annual Eastern Snow Conference, Quebec City, Quebec. pp.157-164.
  • Cooper, L.W, C. Solis, D.L. Kane, and L.D. Hinzman. 1993. Application of Oxygen-18 Tracer Technique to Arctic Hydrologic Processes. Arctic and Alpine Research, 25:3, 247-255.
  • Kane, D.L., L.D. Hinzman, M.K. Woo, and K.R. Everett. 1992. Arctic Hydrology and Climate Change. In Arctic Ecosystems in a Changing Climate: An Ecophysiological Perspective. F. Chapin, R. Jeffries, J. Reynolds, G. Shaver, and J. Svoboda (eds). Academic Press, Inc. pp. 35-57.
  • Hinzman, L.D. and D.L. Kane. 1992. Potential Response of an Arctic Watershed during a Period of Global Warming. Journal of Geophysical Research, 97(03):2811-2820.
  • Hinzman, L.D., D.L. Kane, R.E. Gieck, and K.R. Everett. 1991. Hydrologic and Thermal Properties of the Active Layer in the Alaskan Arctic. Cold Regions Science and Technology, 19:95-110.
  • Kane, D.L., L.D. Hinzman and J.P. Zarling. 1991. Thermal Response of the Active Layer in a Permafrost Environment to Climatic Warming. Cold Regions Science and Technology, 19:111-122.
  • Kane, D.L., L.D. Hinzman, C.S. Benson and G. E. Liston. 1991. Snow Hydrology of a Headwater Arctic Basin 1, Physical Measurements and Process Studies. Water Resources Research, 27(6):1099-1109.
  • Hinzman, L.D., and D.L. Kane. 1991. Snow Hydrology of a Headwater Arctic Basin. 2. Conceptual Analysis and Computer Modeling. Water Resources Research, 27(6):1111-1121.
  • Kane, D.L., R.E. Gieck, and L.D. Hinzman. 1990. Evapotranspiration from a Small Alaskan Arctic Watershed. Nordic Hydrology, 21:253-272.
  • Kane, D.L., and E.F. Chacho. 1990. Frozen Ground Effects on Infiltration and Runoff. In: Cold Regions Hydrology and Hydraulics, W.L. Ryan and R.D. Crissman (eds). American Society of Civil Engineers, New York, New York. pp. 259-300.
  • Behlke, C.E., D.L. Kane, R.F. McClean, and M.D. Travis. 1989. Field Observations of Arctic Grayling Passage Through Highway Culverts. Transportation Research Record, Transportation Research Board, National Research Council, Washington, DC. pp. 63-66.
  • Everett, K.R., G.M. Marion, and D.L. Kane. 1989. Seasonal geochemistry of an arctic tundra drainage basin. Holarctic Ecology, 12:279-289.
  • Kane, D.L., L.D. Hinzman, C.S. Benson, and K.R. Everett. 1989. Hydrology of Imnavait Creek, an arctic watershed. Holarctic Ecology, 12:262-269.
  • Kane, D.L., and L.D. Hinzman. 1988. Permafrost hydrology of a small arctic watershed. Proceedings: Fifth International Conference on Permafrost, Trondheim, Norway. pp. 590-595.
  • Kane, D.L., and J. Stein. 1987. Patterns of subarctic snowmelt infiltration. Proceedings of the International Conference on Infiltration Development and Application. Univ. of Hawaii, Honolulu, HI. pp. 166-178.
  • Gieck, R.G., and D.L. Kane. 1986. Hydrology of two subarctic watersheds. Proceedings of Cold Regions Hydrology Symposium, American Water Resources Association. pp. 283-291.
  • Kane, D.L. 1986. Cold Regions Hydrology. Proceedings: American Water Resources Association, Symposium Cold Regions Hydrology, D.L. Kane, Editor. 612 p.
  • Sand, K., and D.L. Kane. 1986. Effects of seasonally frozen ground in snowmelt modeling. Proceedings of Cold Regions Hydrology Symposium, American Water Resources Association. pp. 321-327.
  • Anderson, D.M., P.J. Williams, G.L. Guymon, and D.L. Kane. 1984. Principles of soil freezing and frost heaving. ASCE Technical Council on Cold Regions Engineering Monograph, R.L. Berg and E.A. Wright (eds.). pp. 1-21.
  • Kane, D.L., and J. Stein. 1984. Plot measurements of snowmelt runoff for varying soil conditions. Geophysica. 20(2):123-136.
  • Kane, D.L., and J. Stein. 1983. Physics of snowmelt infiltration into seasonally frozen soils. Proceedings: American Society of Agricultural Engineers, Advances in Infiltration. pp. 178-187.
  • Kane, D.L., and J. Stein. 1983. Field evidence of groundwater recharge in interior Alaska. Proceedings, 4th International Permafrost Conference, Fairbanks, Alaska. National Academy of Sciences. National Academy Press, Washington, DC. pp. 572-577.
  • Kane, D.L., and J. Stein. 1983. Water movement into seasonally frozen soils. Water Resources Research. 19(6):1547-1557.
  • Stein, J., and D.L. Kane. 1983. Monitoring the unfrozen water content of soil and snow using time domain reflectometry. Water Resources Research. 19(6):1573-1584.
  • Kane, D.L. 1981. Physical Mechanics of Aufeis Growth. Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering. Vol. 6(2), pp. 186-195.
  • Kane, D.L., S.R. Bredthauer, and J. Stein. 1981. Subarctic snowmelt runoff generation. Proceedings: American Society of Civil Engineers, Technical Council on Cold Regions Engineering, Seattle, Washington. pp. 591-601.
  • Kane, D.L. 1980. Snowmelt infiltration into seasonally frozen soils. Cold Regions Science and Technology. Vol. 3, pp. 153-161.
  • Viereck, L.A., J. Foote, C.T. Dyrness, K. Van Cleve, D.L. Kane, and R.D. Seifert. 1979. Preliminary results of experimental fires in the Black Spruce type of interior Alaska. USDA, Forest Service, Research Note, PNW-332.
  • Kane, D.L., R.D. Seifert, J.D. Fox, and G.S. Taylor. 1978. Snowmelt infiltration and movement in frozen soils. 3rd International Permafrost Conference, Edmonton, Alberta. National Research Council of Canada, pp. 200-206.
  • Kane, D.L., R.F. Carlson, and R.D. Seifert. 1975. Alaskan arctic coast ice and snow dynamics as viewed by the NOAA satellites. Proceedings: 3rd International Symposium on Ice Problems, International Association of Hydraulic Research, Hanover, New Hampshire, pp. 567-579.
  • Kane, D.L., R.F. Carlson, and C.E. Bowers. 1973. Groundwater pore pressure adjacent to subarctic streams. North American contribution, 2nd International Conference on Permafrost, Yakutsk, U.S.S.R. National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC, pp. 453-458.
  • Kane, D.L., and C.W. Slaughter. 1973. Recharge of a central Alaska lake by subpermafrost groundwater. North American contribution, 2nd International Conference on Permafrost, Yakutsk, U.S.S.R. National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC, pp. 458-462.
  • Kane, D.L. and C.W. Slaughter. 1973. Seasonal regime and hydrological significance of stream icings in central Alaska. Symposium of the Role of Snow and Ice in Hydrology, Banff, Alberta, Canada, pp. 528-540.

Other Publications

  • Kane, D.L. and K.M. Hinkel (eds). 2008. Ninth International Conference on Permafrost-Extended Abstracts. Institute of Northern Engineering, University of Alaska Fairbanks, 372 pp.
  • Kane, D.L. and K.M. Hinkel (eds). 2008. Ninth International Conference on Permafrost-Abstracts. Institute of Northern Engineering, University of Alaska Fairbanks, in Press (~120 pp.).
  • Kane, D.L., C.E. Behlke, R.E. Gieck and R.F. McLean. 2000. Juvenile Fish Passage Through Culverts in Alaska: A Field Study. Univ. of Alaska Fairbanks, INE/WERC Report No. 00.05,57 pp.
  • Kane, D.L. and C.E. Behlke. 1998. Field Evaluation of Engineered Culverts. Univ. of Alaska Fairbanks, INE/TRC Report No. 97.02, 45 pp.
  • Johnson, R., D. Kane, L. Hinzman, G. Light and A. Farris. 1996. Modeling of Contaminant Transport in Groundwater in Areas of Discontinuous Permafrost. In: Proceedings The Cold Regions Infrastructure: An International Imperative for the 21 st Century, American Society of Civil Engineers, Fairbanks, AK, Aug. 12-16, pp.82-93.
  • Kane, D. L., W. C. Oechel, T. Crawford, L. D. Hinzman, G. Vourlitis, S. Brooks, R. McMillian, T. Gilmanov, V. Nosov, A. Hope, D. Stow, J. Fleming. 1996. Distribution of CO2 Flux Rates Across Alaskan Arctic Landscapes. In: Second International Scientific Conference on the Global Energy and Water Cycle, GEWEX, June 17-21, Washington, D.C. 462-463.
  • Goering, D. J., Z. Zhang, L. D. Hinzman and D. L. Kane. 1995. A Spatially Distributed Hydrologic Model Applied to an Arctic Watershed. Proc. Wadati Conference, Tsukuba, Japan, November 7-10, pp. 138-141.
  • Hinzman, L. D., D. L. Kane and Z. Zhang. 1995. A Spatially Distributed Hydrologic Model for Arctic Regions. Proc. International GEWEX Workshop on Cold-Season/Region Hydrometeorology, Banff, Alberta, Canada, May 22-26, pp. 236-239.
  • Kane, D. L. 1993. Meteorological and Hydrologic Studies in the Alaskan Arctic in Support of Long-Term Ecological Research. In: K. T. Redmond and V. L. Tharp (eds.). Proceedings of the Ninth Annual Pacific Climate (PACLIM) Workshop. April 21-24, 1992, Asilomar, CA, California Dept. of Water Resources, Tech. Report 34. 13-21.
  • Kane, D. L. 1993. Northern Hydrology and Water Resources in a Changing Environment. In: Impacts of Climate Change on Resource Management in the North, Dept. of Geography, University of Waterloo, Occasional Paper No. 16, 55-67.
  • Behlke, C.E., D.L. Kane, R.F. McLean, and M.D. Travis. 1991. Fundamentals of culvert design for passage of weakswimming fish. Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, Report No. FHWA-AK-RD-90-10.
  • Hinzman, L.D., D.L. Kane and R.E. Gieck. 1990. Regional snow ablation in the Alaskan arctic. T.D. Prowse and C.S.L. Ommanney (eds.) Northern Hydrology Symposium 10-12 July 1990, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, 227-248.
  • Hinzman, L.D., J.D. Fox, and D.L. Kane. 1990. Soil freezing in a subarctic deciduous forest. In: Proceedings of International Symposium on Frozen Soil Impacts on Agricultural, Range, and Forest Lands, Spokane, WA, K.R. Cooley (Editor), U.S. Army Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory Report 90-1.
  • Kane, D.L., C.E. Behlke, D.L. Basketfield, R.E. Gieck, R.F. McLean, and M.D. Travis. 1989. Hydrology, hydraulics and fish passage performance of Arctic Grayling ( Thymallus Arcticus ) at Fish Creek, Denali Highway near Cantwell, Alaska. State of Alaska, Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, Report No. FHWA-AK-RD-89-03, 180 pp.
  • Kane, D.L. and J.R. Janowicz. 1989. Flood frequency estimation for Alaska. State of Alaska, DNR, 37 pp.
  • Behlke, C.E., D.L. Kane, R.F. McLean and M.D. Travis. 1989. Design report for Fish Creek Highway crossing. State of Alaska, DOT&PF, 34 pp.
  • Behlke, C.E., D.L. Kane, R.F. McLean, and M.D. Travis. 1988. Spawning migration of Arctic grayling through Poplar Grove Creek culvert, Glennallen, Alaska 1986. Alaska Dept. of Transportation and Public Facilities. Report No. FHWA-AK-RD-88-09. 103 pp.
  • Hinzman, L.D., and D.L. Kane. 1987. Active layer hydrology for Imnavait Creek, Toolik, Alaska: Preliminary data report. University of Alaska, INE/WRC. 47 pp.
  • Kane, D.L. 1986. Soil moisture monitoring under pavement structures using time domain reflectometry. Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, Research Section. 51 pp.
  • Kane, D.L. 1985. Fluid mechanics laboratory manual. University of Alaska, School of Engineering, misc. report.
  • Kane, D.L., and P.M. Wellen. 1985. A hydraulic evaluation of fish passage through roadway culverts in Alaska. State of Alaska, Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, Research Section. 54 pp.
  • Kane, D.L., and P.M. Wellen. 1985. Fish passage design criteria for culverts. Proceedings, American Water Resources Association, Alaska Section. University of Alaska, Report IWR-108, pp. 123-134.
  • Wellen, P.M., and D.L. Kane. 1985. A hydraulic evaulation of fish passage through roadway culverts in Alaska: data report. State of Alaska, Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, Research Section. 240 pp.
  • Gieck, R.E., D.L. Kane, and J. Stein. 1983. A water balance for two subarctic watersheds. Proceedings: American Water Resources Association, Alaska Section, Managing Water Resources for Alaska's Development. University of Alaska. Report IWR105, pp. 5.1-5.29.
  • Wellen, P.M., and D.L. Kane. 1983. A comparison of velocity measurements between cup-type and electromagnetic current meters. Proceedings: American Water Resources Association, Alaska Section, Managing Water Resources for Alaska's Development. University of Alaska. Report IWR-105, pp. 14.1-14.12.
  • Kane, D.L. 1981. Groundwater recharge in cold regions. The Northern Engineer, Vol. 13, No. 3. pp. 28-33.
  • Slaughter, C.W., and D.L. Kane. 1979. Hydrologic role of shallow organic soils in cold climates. Proceedings: Canadian Hydrology Symposium, National Research Council of Canada, Vancouver, British Columbia, pp. 380-390.
  • Kane, D.L., R.D. Seifert, and G.S. Taylor. 1978. Hydrologic properties of subarctic organic soils. Institute of Water Resources, University of Alaska, Fairbanks. Report IWR-88.Carlson, R.F., R.D. Seifert, and D.L.
  • Kane. 1977. Effects of seasonability and variability of streamflow on nearshore coastal areas. Institute of Water Resources, University of Alaska, Fairbanks. Report IWR-78.
  • Kane, D.L., and R.F. Carlson. 1977. Analysis of stream aufeis growth and climatic conditions. Proceedings: 3rd National Hydrotechnical Conference, Canadian Society for Civil Engineering, Quebec, pp. 656-670.
  • Kane, D.L., R.D. Seifert, J.D. Fox, and G.S. Taylor. 1977. Snowmeltfrozen soil characteristics for a subarctic setting. Institute of Water Resources, University of Alaska, Fairbanks. Report IWR-84.
  • Kane, D.L., and G.S. Taylor. 1976. Twodimensional flow model with application to nearsurface water movement in cold regions. Proceedings: 2nd Conference on Soil-Water Problems in Cold Regions. American Geophysical Union, Edmonton, Alberta. pp. 123-136.
  • Kane, D.L. 1975. Winter soil water dynamics. Institute of Water Resources, University of Alaska, Fairbanks. Report IWR-70.
  • Kane, D.L., J.N. Luthin, and G.S. Taylor. 1975. Heat and mass transfer in cold regions soils. Institute of Water Resources, University of Alaska, Fairbanks. Report IWR-65.
  • Kane, D.L., J.N. Luthin and G.S. Taylor. 1975. Physical transfer processes in subarctic soils influenced by forest fires. Proceedings: Conference on Soil-Water Problems in Cold Regions. American Geophysical Union, Calgary, Alberta. pp. 128-147.
  • Seifert, R.D., R.F. Carlson, and D.L. Kane. 1975. Operational applications of NOAA VHRR imagery in Alaska. Proceedings: Workshop on Operational Applications of Satellite Snowcover Observations, S. Lake Tahoe, CA. pp. 143-155.
  • Seifert, R.D., D.L. Kane, and R.F. Carlson. 1975. Hydrologic studies in Alaska using NOAA imagery. Proceedings: 10th International Symposium on Remote Sensing of the Environment, Environmental Resources Institute of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI. pp. 1263-1267.
  • Kane, D.L. 1974. A review of dam construction techniques in permafrost regions. The Northern Engineer, (6):1, 25-29.
  • Wendler, G., R.F. Carlson, and D.L. Kane. 1974. Break-up characteristics of the Chena River watershed, central Alaska. Advanced Concepts and Techniques in the Study of Snow and Ice Resources. Monterey, California, National Academy of Sciences. pp. 523-531.
  • Carlson, R.F., and D.L. Kane. 1973. Hydraulic influences on aufeis growth. Proceedings: 1st Canadian Hydraulics Conference, Edmonton, Alberta.
  • Carlson, R.F., and D.L. Kane. 1973. Hydrology of Alaska's arctic. Proceedings of the 24th Alaskan Science Conference, College, Alaska.
  • Kane, D.L., and R.F. Carlson. 1973. Hydrology of the central arctic river basins of Alaska. Institute of Water Resources, University of Alaska, Fairbanks. Report IWR-41.

Miscellaneous Activities

  • Chairman, Ninth International Conference on Permafrost, International Permafrost Association, Fairbanks, AK, June/July 2008.
  • Technical Program Chair, AWRA Specialty Conference, Water Resources in Extreme Environments, Anchorage, AK, May, 2000.
  • Chairman, Northern Research Basins: Eleventh International Symposium and Workshop, Prudhoe Bay/Fairbanks, AK, August, 1997.
  • Technical Chairman, AWRA, Symposium: Cold Regions Hydrology, Fairbanks, AK, July, 1986.
  • Past President, U. S. Permafrost Association (USPA), 2002.
  • Member, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Committee on Permafrost, Polar Research Board, 1981-1983.
  • Member, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences, Committee on Permafrost, Ad Hoc Study Group on Ice Segregation and Frost Heaving, Polar Research Board, 1982-1984.
  • Member, National Research Council, Committee on Characterization of Wetlands, 1993-1995.
  • Assisted in numerous journal publications (including ASCE, AGU and AWRA); guest editor for "Nordic Hydrology," "Permafrost and Periglacial Processes" and "Journal of Geophysical Research;" organized sessions at numerous national and international meetings; associate editor for ASCE "Cold Regions Engineering" Journal and "Cold Regions Science and Technology" and reviewed numerous publications (reports, journal articles, proposals, etc.) at all levels.