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AECOM Environment (AECOM)
The National Petroleum Reserve in Alaska (NPRA) covers a vast area, and weather stations within the inland NPRA are few. It is also not known how climatologically representative current inland stations are with regard to the larger NPRA. While there are currently several weather stations along the northern coast of the NPRA, it is also known that coastal areas are strongly influenced by coastal...
2018-08-09 15:16:53 -0800
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Water and Environmental Research Center - UAF (WERC)
The Upper Kuparuk watershed is located on the North Slope of Alaska, at the foothills of the Brooks Range (68 38'N, 149 24'W). The Upper Kuparuk River watershed (drainage area 142 km2) drains the highest and steepest terrain in the entire Kuparuk River watershed.
Precipitation is spatially quite variable here because of orographic effects and probably the closeness of the higher mountains...
2018-08-09 15:06:29 -0800
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