2 edition of Studies of vegetation, landform and permafrost in the Mackenzie Valley: landscape survey found in the catalog.
Studies of vegetation, landform and permafrost in the Mackenzie Valley: landscape survey
C. B. Crampton
4 col. fold. maps in folder. On cover: Landscape survey in the upper and central Mackenzie Valley. Bibliography: p. 34.
|Other titles||Landscape survey in the upper and central Mackenzie Valley|
|Series||Environmental-Social Committee, Northern Pipelines, Task Force on Northern Oil Development. Report, no. 73-8|
|Contributions||Environmental-Social Program, Northern Pipelines (Canada)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||67 p. illus., maps. ;|
|Number of Pages||67|
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Studies of post-fire thaw of permafrost in ARCN [35,49] show that poorly drained, level to gentle slopes (less than 10%), and concave lower slopes with thick organic surface horizons, are resistant to change in drainage conditions with warming. The most change-prone areas are moderate slopes (more than 10%) with planar to convex shape and fine Cited by: Strang, R.M., Studies of vegetation, landform and permafrost in the Mackenzie Valley: some case histories of disturbance. Ottawa, Information Canada, 49 p. Streisinger, Erwin. The Boothia - Zenith Point expedition. Report submitted to the Science institute of the NWT (file #12 ). Swanson, D. K.
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Get this from a library. Studies of vegetation, landform and permafrost in the Mackenzie Valley: landscape survey in the upper and central Mackenzie Valley. [Colin Bassett Crampton; Northern Forest Research Centre (Canada); Environmental-Social Program, Northern Pipelines (Canada)].
Studies of vegetation, landform and permafrost in the Mackenzie Valley; landscape survey in the upper and central Mackenzie Valley, (Task Force on Northern Environmental-Social Committee. Report). A comprehensive yet practical sampling design for monitoring permafrost within a park should include: (1) compilation of existing soils and permafrost survey information when available, or a reconnaissance-level survey and satellite image interpretation to assess permafrost occurrence when detailed information is not available; (2) two.
Active-Layer Characteristics and Summer Climatic Indices, Mackenzie Valley, Northwest Territories, Canada Article in Permafrost and Periglacial Processes 20(2). Northern regions are experiencing considerable climate change affecting the state of permafrost, peat accumulation rates, and the large pool of carbon (C) stored in soil, thereby emphasizing the importance of monitoring surface C fluxes in different landform sites along a climate gradient.
We studied surface net C exchange (NCE) and ecosystem respiration (ER) across different Author: Natalia Startsev, Jagtar S. Bhatti, Rachhpal S. Jassal. Retrogression characteristics of landslides in fine-grained permafrost soils, Mackenzie Valley, Canada Article in Landslides 6(2) June with 43 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Studies of vegetation recovery at an extended-season ice drilling pad showed a 34% decrease in vascular plant cover 2 years after the pad melted; the effect was greatest on raised microsites (Noel and Pollard ~.
Climate warming could restrict the use of. A wetland is a distinct ecosystem that is flooded by water, either permanently or seasonally, where oxygen-free processes prevail. The primary factor that distinguishes wetlands from other land forms or water bodies is the characteristic vegetation of aquatic plants, adapted to the unique hydric ds play a number of functions, including water purification, water storage.
Alasset, P. J., V. Poncos, V. Singhroy, and R. Couture. InSAR Monitoring of Permafrost Activity in the Lower Mackenzie Valley, Canada. and H.
Walker. Evolution of a permafrost dominated landscape on the Colville River Delta, northern Alaska. A Midterm Assessment of NASA’s Implementation of the Decadal Survey.
Washington. August Permafrost Alert. The U.S. Permafrost Association is pleased to announce the availability of an updated searchable database on permafrost-related publications.
The American Geosciences Institute, with support from the National Science Foundation, has “migrated” the previous Cold Regions Bibliography to a new platform.
INTRODUCTION. Permafrost is an important part of the cryosphere and is a key indicator of climate change. Major objectives of the International Polar Year (IPY) – included the characterization of the environmental status of the polar regions and the enhancement of polar observatories (Allison et al., ).Significant research efforts were aimed at addressing these Cited by: Permafrost landform studies on Earth; implications for periglacial landscape evolution and habitability on Mars [abstr.]: in AGU fall meeting, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting,Abstract C53G, December Meeting: American Geophysical Union fall meeting, Dec.San Francisco, CA.
He is co-author of the book Anthropogenic Geomorphology, published by Springer Verlag inauthor of 52 articles, partly in Hungarian, partly in English on anthropogenic geomorphology, landscape evaluation, tourism and education in geography.
He is a member of the Hungarian Geological Society and the Hungarian Geographical Society. Anthony Lapp, Ian D. Clark, Andrew L. Macumber and R.
Timothy Patterson, Hydrology of the North Klondike River: carbon export, water balance and inter-annual climate influences within a sub-alpine permafrost catchment, Isotopes in Environmental and Health Studies, /, 53, 5, (), ().Cited by: Young, S.B.
Vegetation of the Noatak Valley. Biological Survey of the Noatak River Basin. Young, S.B. The vascular flora of St. Lawrence Island with special reference to floristic zonation in the arctic regions.
Contributions from the Gray Herbarium. Yurtsev, B.A. The floristic division of the Arctic. International Conference On Permafrost - Book of Abstracts, JunePotsdam, Germany. Landscape and Permafrost Changes in the Prudhoe Bay Oilfield, Alaska.
vegetation survey, remote sensing and restoration. Applied Vegetation Science, (). Detailed longterm field studies of pingo growth and decay were undertaken by Mackay in the s (e.g. Mackay, ). Mackay’s monitoring studies revealed a pattern of rapid early growth ( m year21), followed by decreasing growth rates of pingos (2–3 cm year21).
Russia portion of the new Raster Circumpolar Arctic Vegetation Map (CAVM). Presented at Arctic Science Summit Week, Arkhangelsk, Russia, May. Walker, D.A. Landscape evolution and adapting to change in ice-rich permafrost systems (NNA-IRPS). Valley bottomland provides diverse agricultural and ecosystem benefits.
Due to concentrated flow paths, they are more vulnerable to gully erosion than hillslope areas. The objective of this review was to show what caused valley bottoms gullies and to present deficiencies in existing rehabilitation measures. From the literature review, we found the following general trends: Cited by: 2.
Patterned ground is a periglacial phenomenon often found in proglacial and paraglacial settings (Washburn, ; ).The Glossary of Permafrost and Related Ground-Ice Terms defines patterned ground as ‘any ground surface exhibiting a discernibly ordered, more-or-less symmetrical, morphological patterns of ground and, where present, vegetation’ (Permafrost Author: W.
Pollard. PRAIRIE RESEARCH INSTITUTE E. Peabody Drive, MC Champaign, IL Phone: Fax: Email us.25 Other surveys related to soil survey Many kinds of surface-of-the-earth surveys related in varying degrees to soil survey have been done during the year history of soil survey in Canada. For example, surficial and bedrock geology surveys provide vital information on the nature and origin of soil parent materials.
To better understand this climate change impact, recent studies examine changes in soil physical properties and hydrology associated with permafrost thaw, how permafrost will thaw across a heterogeneous landscape, as well as the temperature and moisture constraints on the decomposition of previously frozen carbon (Grosse et alHinzman et Cited by: