Arctic Research Directory

ID-235 :   Discharge, sediment load and heat flux by the Yukon River, Alaska

Type

FIELDWORK

Research/Observation Title

Discharge, sediment load and heat flux by the Yukon River, Alaska

Science Summary (common)

[purpose] Modelling discharge, sediment load and thermal flux of the Yukon River and estimating their effects on sea ice and ecosystem in the Bering Sea by the monitoring throughout the year [outline] Monitoring river stage, turbidity and water temperature, and sampling water at 5 points in the headwater to downstream regions of the Yukon River
- Individual Project Information 1/1 Research/Observation Period 2007-06-01 〜 2008-03-31

Funding Information Other Funding Details

Monitoring for effects of climate change on river-sea ice-marine ecosystem in the Arctic Sea and the subarctic marginal sea

Discipline(s)

Hydrology

Personnel

RollContact PersonNameKazuhisa CHIKITAAffiliationDepartment of Natural History Sciences, Faculty of Science, Hokkaido UniversityCountryJapanEmailchikita@mail.sci.hokudai.ac.jp
RollContact PersonNameIsao KudohAffiliationHokkaido University
RollContact PersonNameYongwom KimAffiliationUAF

Research/Observation Methods

Monitoring river stage, turbidity and water temperature in the Yukon river basin

Research/Observation Period

2007-06-01 〜 2008-03-31

Research/Observation Point (Detail)

Field Site: Drainage basin of the Yukon River

Research/Observation Area

N: 65.220150, S: 60.363790, W: -130.313750 E: -164.359800,

Data Information

Data Registration
11:07 on Thu December 6, 2018
Last Update
11:07 on Thu December 6, 2018