Arctic Research Directory

ID-234 :   Impacts of wildfire on the hydrological environments in Interior Alaska

Type

FIELDWORK

Research/Observation Title

Impacts of wildfire on the hydrological environments in Interior Alaska

Science Summary (common)

[purpose] To clarify the changes in rainfall-runoff responses in the severely burned headwater basin , and to compare the soil thermal regimes and respiration characteristics between burned and un-burned sites [outline] Rainfall-runoff response, soil thermal regime, soil respiration
- Individual Project Information 1/1 Research/Observation Period 2007-05-01 〜 2007-09-30

Funding Information Other Funding Details

Monitoring of influence of 2004 Alaskan large forest fire on terrestrial environment

Discipline(s)

Hydrology

Personnel

RollContact PersonNameYoshiyuki ISHIIAffiliationInstitute of Low Temperature Science,Hokkaido UniversityCountryJapanEmailishiiy@pop.lowtem.hokudai.ac.jp
RollContact PersonNameY.KodamaAffiliationILTS/Hokkaido Univ.
RollContact PersonNameY.KimAffiliationIARC/UAF
RollContact PersonNameK.HaradaAffiliationMiyagi Univ
RollContact PersonNameY.SawadaAffiliationILTS/Hokkaido Univ.
RollContact PersonNameM.FukudaAffiliationILTS/Hokkaido Univ.

Research/Observation Period

2007-05-01 〜 2007-09-30

Research/Observation Point (Detail)

Field Site: UAF/GI/Poker Flat Research Range Latitude [degree]: 65.125272 Longitude [degree]: -147.487965

Data Information

Data Registration
10:31 on Thu December 6, 2018
Last Update
10:31 on Thu December 6, 2018