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The USGS and Arctic National Wildlife Refuge Staff operate and maintain a streamgage at Hulahula River near Kaktovik, Alaska. Data from this station is necessary to complement glacier mass-balance studies and provide information necessary to project stream flow regimes under various scenarios of climate change. This project includes operation, acquiring real-time data, analysis of the data, and internet access. The gauge continues to operate as of 2017.
Hydrologic data for the Alaska Arctic are sparse, and fewer still are long-term (> 10 year) datasets. This lack of baseline information hinders our ability to assess long-term alterations in streamflow due to changing climate. The Arctic LCC is provided stop-gap funding to continue this long time series hydrological data sets in the Kuparuk and Putuligayuk watersheds.
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The Arctic LCC and partners are supporting stream gages infive different river systems. The rivers being monitored fall intothree broad categories: glacial streams originating in the BrooksRange (Hulahula river), streams with only minor glacial input(Kuparuk, Canning & Tamayariak rivers), and non-glacialstreams that are contained entirely within the Arctic CoastalPlain, such as the Putuligayuk River
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The Arctic LCC and partners are supporting stream gages infive different river systems. The rivers being monitored fall intothree broad categories: glacial streams originating in the BrooksRange (Hulahula river), streams with only minor glacial input(Kuparuk, Canning & Tamayariak rivers), and non-glacialstreams that are contained entirely within the Arctic CoastalPlain, such as the Putuligayuk River
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The Putuligayuk catchment is wholly contained within the coastal plain and is one of the few rivers on the North Slope with a long-term record of water discharge. These long-term datasets are invaluable to modeling efforts that will provide insight on stream flows under scenarios of changing climate.
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Hydrologic data for the Alaska Arctic are sparse, and fewer still are long-term (> 10 year) datasets. This lack of baseline information hindered our ability to assess long-term alterations in streamflow due to changing climate. The Arctic LCC is provided stop-gap funding to continue this long time series hydrological data sets in the Kuparuk and Putuligayuk watersheds
Hydrologic data for the Alaska Arctic are sparse, and fewer still are long-term (> 10 year) datasets. This lack of baseline information hinders our ability to assess long-term alterations in streamflow due to changing climate. The Arctic LCC provided stop-gap funding to continue this long time series hydrological data sets in the Kuparuk and Putuligayuk watersheds. See the Arctic LCC funded TEON project for ongoing hydrologic and meteorologic monitoring in these watersheds.
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Hydrologic data for the Alaska Arctic are sparse, and fewer still are long-term (> 10 year) datasets. This lack of baseline information hindered our ability to assess long-term alterations in streamflow due to changing climate. The Arctic LCC is provided stop-gap funding to continue this long time series hydrological data sets in the Kuparuk and Putuligayuk watersheds
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The Arctic LCC supported installation of a new USGS stream gage on the Hulahula River. The funds provided by the LCC will support stream gage operation for a period of 5 years. These data are key to developing a better understanding of climate/glacier interactions (see project ARCT2010-07). Data will be integrated into the LCC Hydroclimatological database.


    map background search result map search result map Streamflow monitoring on the Canning and Tamayariak rivers. Streamflow Monitoring on Upper Kuparuk and Putuligayuk Rivers (2010) Hydrologic Monitoring of Glacier-Influenced Watersheds (Hulahula Gage) Streamgages Factsheet WERC - North Slope Hydrology Research Projects Data USGS Hulahula River data Streamgages Factsheet Streamgages Factsheet Streamflow Monitoring on Upper Kuparuk and Putuligayuk Rivers (2012) WERC - North Slope Hydrology Research Projects Data Hydrologic Monitoring of Glacier-Influenced Watersheds (Hulahula Gage) Streamgages Factsheet USGS Hulahula River data Streamflow Monitoring on Upper Kuparuk and Putuligayuk Rivers (2012) WERC - North Slope Hydrology Research Projects Data Streamflow monitoring on the Canning and Tamayariak rivers. Streamgages Factsheet Streamflow Monitoring on Upper Kuparuk and Putuligayuk Rivers (2010) WERC - North Slope Hydrology Research Projects Data Streamgages Factsheet