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Proceedings 19th International Northern Research Basins Symposium and Workshop Southcentral Alaska, USA – August 11–17, 2013

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dc.contributor.author Stuefer, Svetlana
dc.contributor.author Bolton, W. Robert
dc.date.accessioned 2019-06-13T16:53:37Z
dc.date.available 2019-06-13T16:53:37Z
dc.date.issued 2013-08
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/11122/10419
dc.description.tableofcontents Preface .......................................................... i Symposium Organizing Committee ................................................ iii List of Participants ........................................................... ix Symposium Papers ............................................................................................1 Hydrologic Connectivity and Dissolved Organic Carbon Fluxes in Low-Gradient High Arctic Wetland Ponds, Polar Bear Pass, Bathurst Island, Canada Abnizova, A., Young, K.L., and Lafrenière, M.J. ........................................................3 Spatial and Temporal Variation in the Spring Freshet of Major Circumpolar Arctic River Systems: A CROCWR Component Ahmed, R., Prowse, T.D., Dibike, Y.B., and Bonsal, B.R. ...............................................15 The Features of Suspended Sediment Yield in Rivers in Kamchatka, Far East Russia Alekseevsky, N.I., and Kuksina, L.V. ...........................................................................25 Kenai Peninsula Precipitation and Air Temperature Trend Analysis Bauret, S., and Stuefer, S.L. ........................................................................................35 An Analysis of Spatial and Temporal Trends and Patterns in Western Canadian Runoff: A CROCWR Component Bawden, A.J., Burn, D.H., and Prowse, T.D. ................................................................45 Historical Changes and Future Projections of Extreme Hydroclimate Events in Interior Alaska Watersheds Bennett, K.E., Cannon, A., and Hinzman, L. ...............................................................57 Linking North Slope Climate, Hydrology, and Fish Migration Betts, E.D., and Kane, D.L. .........................................................................................69 Input of Dissolved Organic Carbon for Typical Lakes in Tundra Based on Field Data of the Expedition Lena – 2012 Bobrova, O., Fedorova, I., Chetverova, A., Runkle, B., and Potapova, T. ...................77 Predicting Snow Density Bruland, O., Færevåg, Å., Steinsland, I., and Sand, K. ............................................83 Arctic Snow Distribution Patterns at the Watershed Scale Homan, J.W., and Kane, D.L. ....................................................................................95 Modeling Groundwater Upwelling as a Control on River Ice Thickness Jones, C., Kielland, K., and Hinzman, L. .......................................................107 Challenges of Precipitation Data Collection in Alaska Kane, D.L., and Stuefer, S.L. ............................................................................. 117 Water Temperature Variations in Two Finnish Lakes (Kallavesi and Inari) in 1981–2010 Korhonen, J. ..........................................................................................................127 Spatiotemporal Trends in Climatic Variables Affecting Streamflow Across Western Canada from 1950–2010: A CROCWR Component Linton, H., Prowse, T., Dibike, Y., and Bonsal, B. ......................................................137 Scaling Runoff from Large to Small Catchments – Comparison of Theoretical Results with Measurements Marchand, W.D., and Vaskinn, K. ................................................................................149 Sediment Transport to the Kangerlussuaq Fjord, West Greenland Mikkelsen, A., and Hasholt, B. ....................................................................................157 Synoptic Climatological Characteristics Associated with Water Availability in Western Canada: A CROCWR Component Newton, B.W., Prowse, T.D., and Bonsal, B.R. ..........................................................167 Winter Streamflow Generation in a Subarctic Precambrian Shield Catchment Spence, C., Kokelj, S.A., Kokelj, S.V., and Hedstrom, N. ...........................................179 Water Balance Calculation over Surface Water Storage in the Dry Interior Climate of the Athabasca River Region in Western Canada: A CROCWR Component Walker, G.S., Prowse, T.D., Dibike, Y.B., and Bonsal, B.R. ..........................................189 Forest Disturbance Effects on Snow and Water Yield in South-Central British Columbia Winkler, R., Spittlehouse, D., Boon, S., and Zimonick, B. .........................................201 Ecohydrology of Boreal Forests: The Role of Water Content Young (formerly Cable), J.M., and Bolton, W.R. ........................................................213 Seasonal Stream Regimes and Water Budgets of Hillslope Catchments, Polar Bear Pass and Cape Bounty, Nunavut Young, K.L., Lafrenière, M.J., Lamoureux, S., Abnizova, A., and Miller, E.A. ............217 Symposium Abstracts ................................................................................................231 River Flow Transformation Processes in the Lena River Delta, Russia Alekseevsky, N.I., Aibulatov, D.N., Kuksina, L.V., and Chetverova, A.A. ..................233 Hydrological Analysis of Catchments in the National Petroleum Reserve – Alaska Prior to Petroleum Development Arp, C.D., and Whitman, M. ......................................................................................234 Macrodispersion of Groundwater Contaminants in Discontinuous Permafrost Barnes, M.L., and Barnes, D.L. ................................................................................235 Arctic Water Change: Limitations and Opportunities for Its Detection and Predictability Destouni, G. ..............................................................................................................236 Response of Water Bodies in the Northwest Part of Russia to Climate Changes and Anthropogenic Impacts Filatov, N.N., Efremova, T.V., Georgiev, A.P., Nazarova, L.E., Pal’shin, N.I., and Rukhovets, L.A. ......................................................................................................237 The Interaction of Atmospheric, Hydrologic, Geomorphic, and Ecosystem Processes on the Arctic Coastal Plain Hinzman, L.D., Wilson, C.J., Rowland, J.C., Hubbard, S.S., Torn, M.S., Riley, W.J., Wullschleger, S.D., Graham, D.E., Liang, L., Norby, R.J., Thornton, P.E., and Rogers, A. ...............................................................................................238 Sensitivity of Yukon Hydrologic Response to Climate Warming: A Case Study for Community and Sectoral Climate Change Adaptation Janowicz, J.R., Pomeroy, J.W., and Carey, S. ..........................................................240 Thermokarst Lake Change in Western Siberia: From Spatiotemporal Landscape Dynamics to Hydrological Reflections Karlsson, J.M., Lyon, S.W., and Destouni, G. ............................................................241 An Assessment of Suspended Sediment Transport in Arctic Alaska Rivers Lamb, E., Toniolo, H., Kane, D., and Schnabel, W. ....................................................242 Greenland Freshwater Runoff. Part I: A Runoff Routing Model for Glaciated and Nonglaciated Landscapes (HydroFlow) Liston, G.E., and Mernild, S.H. .................................................................................243 Interactions between Vegetation, Snow, and Permafrost Active Layer Marsh, P., Shi, X., Endrizzi, S., Baltzer, J., and Lantz, T. ...........................................244 Greenland Freshwater Runoff. Part II: Distribution and Trends, 1960–2010 Mernild, S.H., and Liston, G.E. ..................................................................................245 Climatic Redistribution of Canada’s Western Water Resources (CROCWR) Prowse, T.D., Bonsal, B.R., Burn, D.H., Dibike, Y.B., Edwards, T., Ahmed, R., Bawden, A.J., Linton, H.C., Newton, B.W., and Walker, G.S. ................................................246 Permafrost Thaw Induced Changes to Surface Water Systems: Implications for Streamflow Quinton, W.L., and Baltzer, J.L. ................................................................................247 The Ecohydrology of Thawing Permafrost Plateaus Quinton, W.L., and Baltzer, J.L. ................................................................................248 Meteorology for Hydropower Production Scheduling Sand, K., and Nordeng, T.E. .....................................................................................249 Delineation of Snow Patterns in Northern Alaska Wagner, A.M., Hiemstra, C.A., and Sturm, M. ............................................................250 Winter Low Flow in the Mackenzie River Basin Woo, M., and Thorne, R. ............................................................................................251 en_US
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dc.subject Arctic en_US
dc.subject hydrologic en_US
dc.subject environment en_US
dc.title Proceedings 19th International Northern Research Basins Symposium and Workshop Southcentral Alaska, USA – August 11–17, 2013 en_US
dc.type Proceedings en_US


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