Current Research Projects
- ADOT Sagavanirktok (Sag) River
The Alaska Department of Transportation and the University of Alaska Fairbanks are carrying out a hydro-sedimentological monitoring and analysis program focused on past, current, and potential gravel sites along the Sagavanirktok (Sag) River.
- Alyeska Sagavanirktok (Sag) River
As part of an effort to monitor weather and hydrological conditions on Sagavanirktok River, Alyeska and UAF installed one meteorological station in the upper watershed, at the head waters of Accomplishment Creek, and one water station on the Sagavanirktok River, upstream of the Ivishak confluence.
- ALISS (Arctic Lake Ice System Science)
Understanding winter lake dynamics and interactions with permafrost, hydrology, and climate to predict future Arctic system responses.
- Fish Creek Watershed
Monitoring Arctic Aquatic Habitat in the Context of Land-use and Climate Change Impacts
- Goldstream Valley Watershed
Exploring hydrology-permafrost-methane processes within the lake-to-watershed system
- Jarvis Creek Watershed
Glaciers, permafrost and watershed hydrology in the context of basic science and community needs
- Kuparuk River Watershed (TEON)
A long-term hydrologic monitoring network in the Kuparuk River and adjacent watersheds.
- Water and Environmental Research Center (WERC)
- 437 Duckering
- 1760 Tanana Loop
- PO Box 75 5860
- Fairbanks, AK 99775-5860, USA