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Check out the slideshow of 19 items below:

  • Slide Title: Weather Station Slide Caption: Barrow Alaska Flux Tower.
  • Slide Title: AMSR2 Slide Caption: Mean annual surface water unundation
  • Slide Title: North pole Slide Caption: North pole moisture and permafrost classifications
  • Slide Title: Mountain Image Slide Caption: Denali mountain range
  • Slide Title: River Tracing Slide Caption: River channel positioning and flood plane change.
  • Slide Title: Wilderness field research site Slide Caption: Forested research environment
  • Slide Title: Salmon Vulnerability Slide Caption: Ranking of Salmon vulnerability in rivers located in the North western united states.
  • Slide Title: NTSG Personnel in field Slide Caption: NTSG Personnel conducting field research obtaining soil core samples.
  • Slide Title: AMSR vegetation map Slide Caption: An AMSR vegetation map of the world.
  • Slide Title: Alaskan Field work Slide Caption: Three NTSG Personnel working in the field in Alaska.
  • Slide Title: GNOME-2 Slide Caption: Dominant climate controls on plant growth derived from GOME-2 satellite canopy fluorescence observations.
  • Slide Title: Research Tower Slide Caption: NTSG Personnel working on research tower getting ready for deployment.
  • Slide Title: ABOVE Slide Caption: Satellite Data-driven estimation of terrestrial carbon fluxed over Alaska and NW Canada.
  • Slide Title: Russian Permafrost research Slide Caption: Four NTSG Personnel measuring Russia's active permafrost layer.
  • Slide Title: Arctic-inundation Slide Caption: Two arctic maps showing inundation trends and CH4 emissions.
  • Slide Title: Vegetation Survey Slide Caption: NTSG Personnel survey vegetation.
  • Slide Title: Hydrology Measurements Slide Caption: Russian Hydrology Measurements
  • Slide Title: NTSG Personnel In Field Slide Caption: NTSG Personnel taking measurements in field.
  • Slide Title: NTSG Personnel Slide Caption: NTSG Personnel group photo in the field.

Recent Publications

Characterizing permafrost active layer dynamics and sensitivity to landscape spatial heterogeneity in AlaskaYi, Y., Kimball, J. S., Chen, R. H., Moghaddam, M., Reichle, R. H., Mishra, U., Zona, D., and Oechel, W. C.: Characterizing permafrost active layer dynamics and sensitivity to landscape spatial heterogeneity in Alaska, The Cryosphere, 12, 145-161, https://doi.org/10.5194/tc-12-145-2018, 2018. PDF

Estimating Global Ecosystem Isohydry/Anisohydry Using Active and Passive Microwave Satellite Data, Kim, Y., Kimball, J. S., Glassy, J., and Du, J.: An extended global Earth system data record on daily landscape freeze–thaw status determined from satellite passive microwave remote sensing, Earth Syst. Sci. Data, 9, 133-147, doi:10.5194/essd-9-133-2017, 2017. PDF

Retrieving landscape freeze/thaw state fromSoil Moisture Active Passive (SMAP) radar and radiometer measurements,  C. Derksen, Xiaolan Xu, R. Scott Dunbar, et al. Remote Sensing of Environment, 2017, V. 194, 48-62. PDF

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