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Catalog Record: Impacts of Seismic Trails, Camp Trails and Ice Roads on Tundra Vegetation in the Northeast NPR-A
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Impacts of Seismic Trails, Camp Trails and Ice Roads on Tundra Vegetation in the Northeast NPR-A

The results demonstrate how vegetation type and trail type influence the level of impacts, and how recovery progresses over time. The study will compare impacts to the tundra and tundra vegetation recovery to sites elsewhere on the North Slope. Soils (active layer) and vegetation measurements.

Measured active layer at 61 plots, 1999-2005 (every 3 years), and 46 of those were monitored through 2011.

Ongoing
1999-01-01

Data and Resources

  • View pdf

    PDF :: 2010 Arctic Ice and Snow Roads Conference Presentation

    http://www.itsalaska.org/Ice2010_Presentations/Ice2010_Yokel.pdf

Status: Ongoing
Start Date: 1999/01/01
Type: Data
Primary Contacts
Name: Dave Yokel
Email: dyokel@blm.gov
Primary Organizations
Type
US Bureau of Land Management
Federal

Regions
Alaska, North Slope

Direct Record Link
http://catalog.northslopescience.org/catalog/entries/3451-impacts-of-seismic-trails-camp-trails-and-ice
Direct Full Map Link
http://catalog.northslopescience.org/catalog/entries/3451-impacts-of-seismic-trails-camp-trails-and-ice/map