Arctic Research Directory

ID-204 :   Monitoring periglacial processes

Type

FIELDWORK

Research/Observation Title

Monitoring periglacial processes

Science Summary (common)

[purpose] Integrating dynamic periglacial geomorphology, visualizing permafrost and predicting frozen ground dynamics [outline] Automated monitoring of dynamics of permafrost slopes and patterned ground, sounding of active layer environments and permafrost structure
- Individual Project Information 1/6 Research/Observation Period 2007-05-01 〜 2007-09-30

Science Summary

[purpose] Monitoring periglacial processes and visualizing permafrost [outline] Automated monitoring of bedrock frost shattering, deformation of permafrost slopes and ice wedge cracking, as well as sounding of active layer environments and permafrost structure

Funding Information Other Funding Details

Establishing a global monitoring network for periglacial processes

Discipline(s)

Geological Sciences

Personnel

RollContact PersonNameNorikazu MATSUOKAAffiliationGraduate School of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of TsukubaCountryJapan
RollContact PersonNameAtsushi IkedaAffiliationUniversity of Tsukuba
RollContact PersonNameTatsuya WatanabeAffiliationUniversity of Tsukuba
RollContact PersonNameRyoko NishiiAffiliationUniversity of Tsukuba
RollContact PersonNameMamoru IshikawaAffiliationHokkaido University
RollContact PersonNameHanne ChristiansenAffiliationUNIS
RollContact PersonNameOle HumlumAffiliationUniversity of Oslo

Research/Observation Methods

Automated monitoring, geophysical sounding

Research/Observation Period

2007-05-01 〜 2007-09-30

Research/Observation Point (Detail)

Field Site: Longyearbyen Latitude [degree]: 78.216667 Longitude [degree]: 15.550000
Field Site: Kapp Linne Latitude [degree]: 78.052222 Longitude [degree]: 13.601111
- Individual Project Information 2/6 Research/Observation Period 2008-08-01 〜 2008-08-31

Science Summary

[purpose] Evaluating periglacial climate indicators, visualizing permafrost and establishing an international field school

Funding Information Other Funding Details

Establishing high resolution indicators of periglacial climate

Discipline(s)

Geological Sciences

Personnel

RollContact PersonNameNorikazu MATSUOKAAffiliationGraduate School of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of Tsukuba
RollContact PersonNameTatsuya WatanabeAffiliationUniversity of Tsukuba
RollContact PersonNameHiroaki KitamuraAffiliationUniversity of Tsukuba
RollContact PersonNameTekehiro MaedaAffiliationHokkaido University
RollContact PersonNameHanne ChristiansenAffiliationUNIS
RollContact PersonNameOle HumlumAffiliationUniversity of Oslo

Research/Observation Methods

Automated monitoring, geophysical sounding

Research/Observation Period

2008-08-01 〜 2008-08-31

Research/Observation Point (Detail)

Field Site: Longyearbyen Latitude [degree]: 78.216667 Longitude [degree]: 15.550000
Field Site: Kapp Linne Latitude [degree]: 78.052222 Longitude [degree]: 13.601111

Data Information

- Individual Project Information 3/6 Research/Observation Period 2009-04-01 〜 2009-10-31

Funding Information Other Funding Details

Establishing high resolution indicators of periglacial climate

Discipline(s)

Geological Sciences

Personnel

RollContact PersonNameNorikazu MATSUOKAAffiliationGraduate School of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of Tsukuba
RollContact PersonNameTatsuya WatanabeAffiliationUniversity of Tsukuba
RollContact PersonNameHanne ChristiansenAffiliationUNIS
RollContact PersonNameOle HumlumAffiliationUniversity of Oslo

Research/Observation Methods

Automated monitoring, GPS survey, geophysical sounding

Research/Observation Period

2009-04-01 〜 2009-10-31

Research/Observation Point (Detail)

Field Site: Longyearbyen Latitude [degree]: 78.216667 Longitude [degree]: 15.550000
Field Site: Kapp Linne Latitude [degree]: 78.052222 Longitude [degree]: 13.601111

Data Information

- Individual Project Information 4/6 Research/Observation Period 2010-04-01 〜 2010-10-31

Science Summary

[purpose] Evaluating periglacial climate indicators, visualizing permafrost and predicting frozen ground dynamics [outline] Automated monitoring of dynamics of permafrost slopes and patterned ground, sounding of active layer environments and permafrost structure

Funding Information Other Funding Details

Establishing high resolution indicators of periglacial climate

Discipline(s)

Geological Sciences

Personnel

RollContact PersonNameNorikazu MATSUOKAAffiliationGraduate School of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of Tsukuba
RollContact PersonNameTatsuya WATANABEAffiliationUniversity of Tsukuba
RollContact PersonNameHanne CHRISTIANSENAffiliationUNIS
RollContact PersonNameHavard JuliussenAffiliationUNIS
RollContact PersonNameOle HumlumAffiliationUniversity of Oslo

Research/Observation Methods

Automated monitoring, GPS survey, geophysical sounding, drilling

Research/Observation Period

2010-04-01 〜 2010-10-31

Research/Observation Point (Detail)

Field Site: Longyear Valley, Svalbard Latitude [degree]: 78.110000 Longitude [degree]: 15.550000

Data Information

- Individual Project Information 5/6 Research/Observation Period 2011-05-01 〜 2011-09-30

Funding Information Other Funding Details

High resolution monitoring of periglacial dynamics

Discipline(s)

Geological Sciences

Personnel

RollContact PersonNameNorikazu MATSUOKAAffiliationGraduate School of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of Tsukuba
RollContact PersonNameTatsuya WATANABEAffiliationUniversity of Tsukuba
RollContact PersonNameChizuru YAMAGISHIAffiliationUniversity of Tsukuba
RollContact PersonNameHanne CHRISTIANSENAffiliationUNIS
RollContact PersonNameOle HUMLUMAffiliationUniversity of Oslo

Research/Observation Methods

Automated monitoring, GPS survey, laser scanning, geophysical sounding

Research/Observation Period

2011-05-01 〜 2011-09-30

Research/Observation Point (Detail)

Field Site: Adventdalen Valley, Svalbard Latitude [degree]: 78.110000 Longitude [degree]: 15.550000

Data Information

- Individual Project Information 6/6 Research/Observation Period 2012-07-01 〜 2012-08-31

Funding Information Other Funding Details

High resolution monitoring of periglacial dynamics

Discipline(s)

Geological Sciences

Personnel

RollContact PersonNameNorikazu MATSUOKAAffiliationFaculty of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of Tsukuba
RollContact PersonNameTatsuya WATANABEAffiliationGeological Survey of Hokkaido
RollContact PersonNameYasuhiro INOMATAAffiliationUniversity of Tsukuba
RollContact PersonNameHanne CHRISTIANSENAffiliationUNIS
RollContact PersonNameOle HUMLUMAffiliationUniversity of Oslo
RollContact PersonNameAndreas JOHNSSONAffiliationUniversity of Goteborg

Research/Observation Methods

Automated monitoring, GPS survey, laser scanning, geophysical sounding

Research/Observation Period

2012-07-01 〜 2012-08-31

Research/Observation Point (Detail)

Field Site: Adventdalen Valley, Svalbard Latitude [degree]: 78.110000 Longitude [degree]: 15.550000

Data Information

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