• Linkages between glaciers and hydrology in a subarctic watershed, Interior Alaska
    • Anne Gaedeke (Post-doctoral Fellow, WERC)
    • December 02, 2016

Here, we combine field measurements and hydrological modeling to address the effects of altered glacier melt on lowland runoff and regional groundwater recharge/storage. Jarvis Creek watershed (630 km2), a headwater basin of the Tanana River (12,000 km2), in semi-arid Interior Alaska serves as our study area.

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