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1. Air quality monitoring protocol - Denali National Park and Preserve [usgsbrdasc00000004]
Ambient air quality monitoring is important in Denali, to document baseline conditions and to track long term trends. Denali National Park and Preserve is the only National Park in Alaska designated ...


2. Glacier Monitoring Protocol for the Long-term Ecological Monitoring Program [usgsbrdasc00000003]
Denali National Park and Preserve is a unique laboratory for glacier research because of its extensive ice cover. Fully 17% of Denali's six million acres is currently covered by glacier ice. These ...


3. Land Bird Monitoring Protocols for National Parks in Alaska [usgsbrdasc00000006]
Fieldwork was conducted in Denali National Park and Preserve by Alaska Bird Observatory. In 1996, three observers determined seasonal variation in detection probabilities for breeding ...


4. Small mammal sampling protocol for long-term ecological monitoring program. [usgsbrdasc00000005]
The small mammal investigations begun in the Rock Creek watershed of Denali National Park and Preserve in 1992 focused primarily on three species: the northern red-backed vole (Clethrionomys ...


5. Stream Channel Reference Sites:Channel Morphometry/Water Chemistry Monitoring Protocol for the Long-term Monitoring Program at Denali National Park and Preserve [usgsbrdasc00000001]
Compilation of protocols for the sampling and analyses of aquatic systems in Denali National Park and Preserve's long-term ecological monitoring (LTEM) program. The aquatic systems monitoring program ...


6. Weather Monitoring Protocol for the Long-term Ecological Monitoring Program at Denali National Park and Preserve [usgsbrdasc00000002]
The National Park Service initiated research in Denali National Park and Preserve in 1992 to develop and test protocols for long-term ecological monitoring. The initial focus of LTEM research in Denali ...


7. Inventory and Monitoring Project, Vegetation Protocol, Denali National Park and Preserve [usgsbrdasc0011]
The location of the zone of transition between boreal forest and tundra, often referred to as treeline, has shifted in the past in response to climate change. Global warming is predicted ...


8. Antarctic Peninsula Long Term Environmental Monitoring and Surveying [GB-NERC-BAS-PDC-00526]
LTMS will build on and extend BAS's past collection of long-term time-series of key environmental variables. Examples include the ongoing collection of the temperature record which shows that the ...


9. Long-term Soil Environment Monitoring in the Rock Creek Watershed, Denali Park, Alaska [usgsbrdasc00000008]
The research focus is on the soil environment monitoring in the Rock Creek Watershed. Soil properties are the result of interactions among atmosphere, biosphere, and lithosphere, thus ...


10. Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) program in Denali National Park [usgsbrdasc00000007]
MAPS continued to grow from 178 stations in 1992 to 236 stations in 1993 (a 33% increase) and to 326 stations in 1994 (a 38% increase). Changes between 1992 and 1993 in adult population ...


11. Stream Channel Reference Sites [BRD_NPS_ASC_DNP_1stream]
Compilation of protocols for the sampling and analyses of aquatic systems in Denali National Park and Preserve's long-term ecological monitoring (LTEM) program. The aquatic systems monitoring program ...


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