streams

Stream networks are intimately connected to the landscapes through which they flow and significantly transform nutrients and organic matter that are in transport from landscapes to oceans. This work will quantify the relative influences of throughflow, lateral inputs, and hyporheic (a layer of surface sediments that contains water which exchanges continuously with water in the open channel) regeneration on the seasonal fluxes of C, N, and P in an arctic river network, and determine how these influences will shift under seasonal conditions that are likely to be substantially different in the future. This objective is a logical extension of earlier. This work will focus on seasonal dynamics at different river reach scales (1st to 4th order streams) and will lay the groundwork for a whole river network model to integrate the influences of throughflow, lateral inputs, hyporheic regeneration, and in-stream metabolism on C, N, and P fluxes through an entire river network.
For more information see project's web site:  Changing Seasonality and Arctic Stream Networks

Changing Seasonality and Arctic Stream Networks
Title Abstract
I8 Inlet well #5 depth in summer 2011
Data on sensor depth gathered from I8In Well 5 in 2011 from the CSASN-1 project. A HOBO U23 water level logger was used. This data is used to understand frost table changes throughout the season.
I8 Inlet well #7 depth in summer 2011
Data on sensor depth gathered from I8In Well 7 in 2011 from the CSASN-1 project. A HOBO U23 water level logger was used. This data is used to understand frost table changes throughout the season.
I8 Inlet well #1 depth in summer 2011
Data on sensor depth gathered from I8In Well 1 in 2011 from the CSASN-1 project. A HOBO U23 water level logger was used. This data is used to understand frost table changes throughout the season.
I8 Inlet well #4 depth in summer 2011
Data on sensor depth gathered from I8In Well 4 in 2011 from the CSASN-1 project. A HOBO U23 water level logger was used. This data is used to understand frost table changes throughout the season.
I8 Inlet well #2 depth in summer 2011
Data on sensor depth gathered from I8In Well 2 in 2011 from the CSASN-1 project. A HOBO U23 water level logger was used. This data is used to understand frost table changes throughout the season.
I8 Inlet well #8 depth in summer 2011
Data on sensor depth gathered from I8In Well 8 in 2011 from the CSASN-1 project. A HOBO U23 water level logger was used. This data is used to understand frost table changes throughout the season.
I8 Inlet well #6 depth in summer 2011
Data on sensor depth gathered from I8In Well 6 in 2011 from the CSASN-1 project. A HOBO U23 water level logger was used. This data is used to understand frost table changes throughout the season.
I8 Inlet well #3 depth in summer 2011
Data on sensor depth gathered from I8In Well 3 in 2011 from the CSASN-1 project. A HOBO U23 water level logger was used. This data is used to understand frost table changes throughout the season.
Discharge data from I8 Inlet, near Toolik Field Station, Alaska, summer 2010
As a part of the CSASN project, daily average discharge was estimated in three streams within the Toolik Inlet watershed. HOBO U20 data loggers were used for stage (water depth) data acquisition, and a rating curve relationship between stage and occasional dilution gauged discharge measurements was established to transform continuous stage measurements to continuous discharge measurements. The data included in this file is from I8 Inlet stream, 2010 season.
Specific conductance and temperature data from I8 Outlet near Toolik Field Station, Alaska, summer 2012
As a part of the CSASN project, background (or ambient) specific conductance and stream water temperature was continuously monitored in three streams within the Toolik Inlet watershed from 2010 - 2012 summer/fall seasons. HOBO U24 data loggers were used for data acquisition. The data included in this file is from I8 Outlet stream, 2012 season.
Specific conductance and temperature data from I8 Inlet, near Toolik Field Station, Alaska, summer 2012
As a part of the CSASN project, background (or ambient) specific conductance and stream water temperature was continuously monitored in three streams within the Toolik Inlet watershed from 2010 - 2012 summer/fall seasons. HOBO U24 data loggers were used for data acquisition. The data included in this file is from I8 Inlet stream, 2012 season.
CSASN Channel Nutrients from 2010 to 2012 in I8 Inlet, I8 Outlet, Peat Inlet and Kuparuk Rivers
The Changing Seasonality of Arctic Stream Systems (CSASN) was active from 2010 to 2012. The CSASN goal was to quantify the relative influences of through flow, lateral inputs, and hyporheic regeneration on the seasonal fluxes C, N, and P in an arctic river network, and to determine how these influences might shift under seasonal conditions that are likely to be substantially different in the future. During the project, background samples were collected from four stream channels and analyzed... more
CSASN Nutients: Tracer addition for spiraling curve characterization from 2010 to 2012
The Changing Seasonality of Arctic Stream Systems (CSASN) was active from 2010 to 2012. The CSASN goal was to quantify the relative influences of through flow, lateral inputs, and hyporheic regeneration on the seasonal fluxes C, N, and P in an arctic river network, and to determine how these influences might shift under seasonal conditions that are likely to be substantially different in the future. There were a number of TASCC and Plateau nutrient additions at each sampling location. The... more
CSASN Benthic Nutrients from 2010 to 2012 at I8 Inlet, I8 Outlet, Peat Inlet and Kuparuk Rivers
The Changing Seasonality of Arctic Stream Systems (CSASN) did extensive arctic stream research from 2010 to 2012. Specifically, the CSASN goal was to quantify the relative influences of through flow, lateral inputs, and hyporheic regeneration on the seasonal fluxes C, N, and P in an arctic river network, and determine how these influences will shift under seasonal conditions that are likely to be substantially different in the future. Throughout the project, samples were collected from... more
Whole stream metabolism (I8 Inlet, I8 Outlet; Peat Inlet; Kuparuk): Changing seasonality of Arctic stream systems project
The Changing Seasonality of Arctic Stream Systems (CSASN) was active from 2010 to 2012. The CSASN goal was to quantify the relative influences of through flow, lateral inputs, and hyporheic regeneration on the seasonal fluxes C, N, and P in an arctic river network, and to determine how these influences might shift under seasonal conditions that are likely to be substantially different in the future. Whole Stream Metabolism was calculated using dissolved oxygen, discharge, stage, and... more
Specific conductance and temperature data from I8 Outlet near Toolik Field Station, Alaska, summer 2011
As a part of the CSASN project, background (or ambient) specific conductance and stream water temperature was continuously monitored in three streams within the Toolik Inlet watershed from 2010 - 2012 summer/fall seasons. HOBO U24 data loggers were used for data acquisition. The data included in this file is from I8 Outlet stream, 2011 season.
Specific conductance and temperature data from I8 Inlet, near Toolik Field Station, Alaska, summer 2011
As a part of the CSASN project, background (or ambient) specific conductance and stream water temperature was continuously monitored in three streams within the Toolik Inlet watershed from 2010 - 2012 summer/fall seasons. HOBO U24 data loggers were used for data acquisition. The data included in this file is from I8 Inlet stream, 2011 season.
Daily average discharge data from I8 Inlet, near Toolik Field Station, Alaska, summer 2011
As a part of the CSASN project, daily average discharge was estimated in three streams within the Toolik Inlet watershed from 2011 - 2012 summer/fall seasons. HOBO U20 data loggers were used for stage (water depth) data acquisition, and a rating curve relationship between stage and occasional dilution gauged discharge measurements was established to transform continuous stage measurements to continuous discharge measurements. The data included in this file is from I8 Inlet stream, 2011... more
daily average discharge data from I8 Outlet near Toolik Field Station, Alaska, summer 2011
As a part of the CSASN project, daily average discharge was estimated in three streams within the Toolik Inlet watershed from 2011 - 2012 summer/fall seasons. HOBO U20 data loggers were used for stage (water depth) data acquisition, and a rating curve relationship between stage and occasional dilution gauged discharge measurements was established to transform continuous stage measurements to continuous discharge measurements. The data included in this file is from I8 Outlet stream, 2011... more
Discharge data from I8 Outlet near Toolik Field Station, Alaska, summer 2010
As a part of the CSASN project, daily average discharge was estimated in three streams within the Toolik Inlet watershed. HOBO U20 data loggers were used for stage (water depth) data acquisition, and a rating curve relationship between stage and occasional dilution gauged discharge measurements was established to transform continuous stage measurements to continuous discharge measurements. The data included in this file is from I8 Outlet stream, 2010 season.
Specific conductance and temperature data from I8 Outlet near Toolik Field Station, Alaska, summer 2010
As a part of the CSASN project, background (or ambient) specific conductance and stream water temperature was continuously monitored in three streams within the Toolik Inlet watershed from 2010 - 2012 summer/fall seasons. HOBO U24 data loggers were used for data acquisition. The data included in this file is from I8 Outlet stream, 2010 season.
Specific conductance and temperature data from I8 Inlet, near Toolik Field Station, Alaska, summer 2010
As a part of the CSASN project, background (or ambient) specific conductance and stream water temperature was continuously monitored in three streams within the Toolik Inlet watershed from 2010 - 2012 summer/fall seasons. HOBO U24 data loggers were used for data acquisition. The data included in this file is from I8 Inlet stream, 2010 season.
Substrate and cover types on the stream bottom determined by point transects for streams near the Toolik Field Station, Alaska, for 2010.
The Changing Seasonality of Arctic Stream Systems (CSASN) was active from 2010 to 2012. The CSASN goal was to quantify the relative influences of through flow, lateral inputs, and hyporheic regeneration on the seasonal fluxes C, N, and P in an arctic river network, and to determine how these influences might shift under seasonal conditions that are likely to be substantially different in the future. Point transects were done throughout the sampling season to determine different substrate... more
FishScape Common Garden
Title Abstract
Growth data for young of the year arctic grayling raised in a aquatic common garden at Toolik Field Station, summer 2017
Since 2009, the FISHSCAPE  Project (Grant #1719267, 1417754, and 0902153), based at Toolik Field Station, has monitored physical, chemical, and biological parameters within three watersheds: The Kuparuk (including Toolik Lake and Toolik outlet stream); The Sagavanirktok (primarily Oksrukuyik Creek, but also including sections of the Ailish and Atigun Rivers and the Galbraith Lakes);  and The Itkillik (primarily the I-Minus outlet stream, a tributary that that feeds into the Itkilik River).... more
Survivorship data for young of the year Arctic grayling raised in an aquatic common garden at Toolik Field Station, summer 2017
Since 2009, the FISHSCAPE  Project (grant #  1719267, 1417754, and 0902153), based at Toolik Field Station, has monitored physical, chemical, and biological parameters within three watersheds: The Kuparuk (including Toolik Lake and Toolik outlet stream); The Sagavanirktok (primarily Oksrukuyik Creek, but also including sections of the Ailish and Atigun Rivers and the Galbraith Lakes);  and The Itkillik (primarily the I-Minus outlet stream, a tributary that that feeds into the Itkilik River... more
FishScape Genomics
Title Abstract
Arctic grayling neutral genomic microsatellite loci from the Kuparuk, the Sagavanirktok (primarily Oksrukuyik Creek) and the Itkillik (primarily the I-Minus outlet stream) watersheds, 2010-2014
Since 2009, The FISHSCAPE Project (National Science Foundation grants: 1719267, 1417754, and 0902153), based at Toolik Field Station, has monitored physical, chemical, and biological parameters within three watersheds: The Kuparuk (including Toolik Lake and Toolik outlet stream), The Sagavanirktok (primarily Oksrukuyik Creek, but also including sections of the Atigun River and Tea and Galbraith Lakes), and Itkillik (primarily the I-Minus outlet stream a tributary that that feeds into the... more
FishScape Tag Data
Title Abstract
Fish tag data remotely detected using whole stream antennas or hand held tag readers in the Kuparuk, Itkilik, and Sagavanirktok drainages near Toolik Field Station, Alaska, from 2010 to 2017
From 2009 to 2017, the FISHSCAPE Project (grant numbers 1719267, 1417754, and 0902153), based at Toolik Field Station, has monitored physical, chemical, and biological parameters within three watersheds: The Kuparuk (including Toolik Lake and Toolik outlet stream); The Sagavanirktok (primarily Oksrukuyik Creek, but also including sections of the Ailish and Atigun Rivers and the Galbraith Lakes); and The Itkillik (primarily the I-Minus outlet stream, a tributary that that feeds into the... more
Fish tagging data (length, weight, tag number) from the Kuparuk, the Sagavanirktok (primarily Oksrukuyik Creek) and the Itkillik (primarily the I-Minus outlet stream) watersheds, 2009 - 2017
Since 2009, the FISHSCAPE  Project (grant number  1719267, 1417754, and 0902153), based at Toolik Field Station, has monitored physical, chemical, and biological parameters within three watersheds: The Kuparuk (including Toolik Lake and Toolik outlet stream); The Sagavanirktok (primarily Oksrukuyik Creek, but also including sections of the Ailish and Atigun Rivers and the Galbraith Lakes);  and The Itkillik (primarily the I-Minus outlet stream, a tributary that that feeds into the Itkilik... more
Landscape Interactions Bacteria Production
Title Abstract
Bacterial Production Data for lake and stream samples collected in summer 2012 through 2018, Arctic LTER, Toolik Lake Field Station, Alaska
File containing data on bacterial productivity in lakes and streams collected in summer 2012 through 2018.  Samples were collected at various sites near Toolik Lake Field Station (68 38'N, 149 36'W).  Sample site descriptors include an assigned number (sortchem), site, date, time and depth, and bacterial production.   
Bacterial Production Data for lakes and lake inlets/outlets samples collected summer 2011, Arctic LTER, Toolik Research Station, Alaska.
Yearly file containing information on bacterial productivity. Samples were collected at various sites near Toolik Research Station (68 38'N, 149 36'W). Sample site descriptors include an assigned number (sortchem), site, date, time and depth.
Bacterial Production Data for lakes and lake inlets/outlets samples collected summer 2010, Arctic LTER, Toolik Research Station, Alaska.
Yearly file containing information on bacterial productivity. Samples were collected at various sites near Toolik Research Station (68 38'N, 149 36'W). Sample site descriptors include an assigned number (sortchem), site, date, time and depth.
Bacterial Production Data for lakes and lake inlets/outlets samples collected summer 2009, Arctic LTER, Toolik Research Station, Alaska.
Yearly file containing information on bacterial productivity. Samples were collected at various sites near Toolik Research Station (68 38'N, 149 36'W). Sample site descriptors include an assigned number (sortchem), site, date, time and depth.
Bacterial Production Data for lakes and lake inlets/outlets samples collected summer 2008, Arctic LTER, Toolik Research Station, Alaska.
Yearly file containing information on bacterial productivity. Samples were collected at various sites near Toolik Research Station (68 38'N, 149 36'W). Sample site descriptors include an assigned number (sortchem), site, date, time and depth.
Bacterial Production Data for lakes and lake inlets/outlets samples collected summer 2007, Arctic LTER, Toolik Research Station, Alaska.
Yearly file containing information on bacterial productivity. Samples were collected at various sites near Toolik Research Station (68 38'N, 149 36'W). Sample site descriptors include an assigned number (sortchem), site, date, time and depth.
Bacterial Production Data for lakes and lake inlets/outlets samples collected summer 2006, Arctic LTER, Toolik Research Station, Alaska.
Yearly file containing information on bacterial productivity. Samples were collected at various sites near Toolik Research Station (68 38'N, 149 36'W). Sample site descriptors include an assigned number (sortchem), site, date, time and depth.
Bacterial Production Data for lakes and lake inlets/outlets samples collected summer 2005, Arctic LTER, Toolik Research Station, Alaska.
Yearly file containing information on bacterial productivity. Samples were collected at various sites near Toolik Research Station (68 38'N, 149 36'W). Sample site descriptors include an assigned number (sortchem), site, date, time and depth.
Bacterial Production Data for lakes and lake inlets/outlets samples collected summer 2004, Arctic LTER, Toolik Research Station, Alaska.
Yearly file containing information on bacterial productivity. Samples were collected at various sites near Toolik Research Station (68 38'N, 149 36'W). Sample site descriptors include an assigned number (sortchem), site, date, time and depth.
Bacterial Production Data for lakes and lake inlets/outlets samples collected summer 2003, Arctic LTER, Toolik Research Station, Alaska.
Yearly file containing information on bacterial productivity. Samples were collected at various sites near Toolik Research Station (68 38'N, 149 36'W). Sample site descriptors include an assigned number (sortchem), site, date, time and depth.
Bacterial Production Data for lakes and lake inlets/outlets samples collected summer 2002, Arctic LTER, Toolik Research Station, Alaska.
Yearly file containing information on bacterial productivity. Samples were collected at various sites near Toolik Research Station (68 38'N, 149 36'W). Sample site descriptors include an assigned number (sortchem), site, date, time and depth.
Bacterial Production Data for lakes and lake inlets/outlets samples collected summer 2001, Arctic LTER, Toolik Research Station, Alaska.
Yearly file containing information on bacterial productivity. Samples were collected at various sites near Toolik Research Station (68 38'N, 149 36'W). Sample site descriptors include an assigned number (sortchem), site, date, time and depth.
Bacterial Production Data for lakes and lake inlets/outlets samples collected summer 2000, Arctic LTER, Toolik Research Station, Alaska.
Yearly file containing information on bacterial productivity. Samples were collected at various sites near Toolik Research Station (68 38'N, 149 36'W). Sample site descriptors include an assigned number (sortchem), site, date, time and depth.
Bacterial Production Data for lakes and lake inlets/outlets samples collected summer 1999, Arctic LTER, Toolik Research Station, Alaska.
Yearly file containing information on bacterial productivity. Samples were collected at various sites near Toolik Research Station (68 38'N, 149 36'W). Sample site descriptors include an assigned number (sortchem), site, date, time and depth.
Bacterial Production Data for lakes and lake inlets/outlets samples collected summer 1997, Arctic LTER, Toolik Research Station, Alaska.
Yearly file containing information on bacterial productivity. Samples were collected at various sites near Toolik Research Station (68 38'N, 149 36'W). Sample site descriptors include an assigned number (sortchem), site, date, time and depth.
Bacterial Production Data for lakes and lake inlets/outlets samples collected summer 1996, Arctic LTER, Toolik Research Station, Alaska.
Yearly file containing information on bacterial productivity. Samples were collected at various sites near Toolik Research Station (68 38'N, 149 36'W). Sample site descriptors include an assigned number (sortchem), site, date, time and depth.
Streams Insects
Title Abstract
Total numbers per square meter and taxa of insects taken from the Kuparuk River during the summer of 2001, Arctic LTER 2001.
A Surber sampler (25 X 25 cm frame fitted with a 243 um mesh net) was used to sample invertebrates at several different stations. Two replicates were taken from each station. The same sampling procedure was used for all dates. The stations were measured relative to the site of the dripper ("-" = upstream of the dripper). Samples were preserved in 4% formaldehyde and transported to Orono, Maine, where invertebrates were removed by hand under 15X magnification and then... more
Total numbers per square meter and taxa of insects taken during a survey of headwater streams in the Toolik Lake region during the summer of 2001, Arctic LTER 2001.
A Surber sampler (25 X 25 cm frame fitted with a 243 um mesh net) was used to sample invertebrates on a single date at each site. Five replicates were taken from at least two riffles at each site. Samples were preserved in 4% formaldehyde and transported to Orono, Maine, where invertebrates were removed by hand under 15X magnification and then identified and counted. All values are the mean of five replicates and have been converted to individuals per square meter.
Total numbers and species of insects taken from rock scrubbings during the summer of 1984-1988, 1993-1994, 1996-1998, in the Kuparuk River experimental reach near Toolik Field Station, North Slope Alaska..
A rock-scrubbing technique was used to collect bottom samples at several different stations with three replicates at each station in the Kuparuk River. The stations are measured relative to the 1984 phosphorus dripper. Only July sampling dates are included in this file (ACG). The samples were preserved in ethanol then picked, sorted, counted, and measured in Duluth using a NIKON MICRO-PLAN II digitizing pad.
Thermokarst Lakes
Title Abstract
Temperature and discharge data for lake NE 14 Outlet near Toolik Lake, Alaska, during the 2011 summer field season.
File contains temperature and discharge data for Lake NE 14 Outlet during the 2011 summer field season.
Temperature and discharge data for lake NE 14 Outlet near Toolik Lake, Alaska, during the 2010 summer field season.
File contains temperature and discharge data for Lake NE 14 Outlet during the 2010 summer field season.
Temperature and discharge data for lake NE 14 Outlet near Toolik Lake, Alaska, during the 2009 summer field season.
File contains temperature and discharge data for lake NE 14 Outlet during the 2009 summer field season.
Landscape Interactions Chemistry
Title Abstract
Dissolved organic carbon (DOC) measurements from Toolik Lake Inlet and Toolik Lake main, Toolik Field Sation, North Slope Alaska for 2005-2008.
Dissolved organic carbon (DOC) measurements from Toolik Lake Inlet and Toolik Lake main sampling station for 2005-2008. The earliest measurements were in May and with the latest in September.
Photochemistry Chemistry
Title Abstract
Photochemistry data set for NSF Photochemistry project on the North Slope of Alaska.
Data file containing optical characterization of colored dissolved organic matter (CDOM). Data include CDOM absorption coefficients, water column light attenuation coefficients, specific UV light absorbance (SUVA254), spectral slope ratio, and fluorescence index from waters near Toolik Lake on the North Slope of Alaska. A synthesis of the data presented here is published in Cory et al. 2013, PNAS 110:3429-3434, and in Cory et al. 2014, Science 345:925-928.
Streams Chemistry
Title Abstract
Arctic LTER Streams Chemistry Toolik Field Station, Alaska 1978 to 2017.
Since 1983, the Streams Project at the Toolik Field Station has monitored physical, chemical, and biological parameters in a 5-km, fourth-order reach of the Kuparuk River near its intersection with the Dalton Highway and the Trans-Alaska Pipeline. In 1989, similar studies were begun on a 3.5-km, third-order reach of a second stream, Oksrukuyik Creek.

In each river, physical conditions (such as discharge and temperature), nutrient levels, primary production, insects, and fishes are... more
Streams Fish
Title Abstract
Arctic Grayling length, weight and tag data from Arctic LTER Streams project, Toolik Filed Station Alaska, 1985 to 2018
Since 1983, the Streams Project at the Toolik Field Station has monitored physical, chemical, and biological parameters in a 5-km, fourth-order reach of the Kuparuk River near its intersection with the Dalton Highway and the Trans-Alaska Pipeline. In 1989, similar studies were begun on a 3.5-km, third-order reach of a second stream, Oksrukuyik Creek. Fish were collected on each river. Station locations, representing kilomter values certain distances from original phosphorus dripper (see... more
Arctic Grayling Growth in the Kuparuk River; data from 1986-2003
Adult Arctic Grayling were caught and tagged in the Kuparuk River. A second fishing campaign occurred later in the summer, and any fish that was recaptured was remeasured to determine growth. Phosphorus addition has occurred since 1983; station sites are relative distance from the original 1983 phosphorus dripper. Stations include sites in a reference, recovery, and fertilized reach. Reaches were defined based on the location of phosphorous addition (see methods). Arctic Grayling were... more
Streams Metabolism
Title Abstract
Chamber Metabolism 2011-2012 Kuparuk River near Toolik Field Station Alaska.
Dissolved oxygen was measured in sealed chambers on representative river rocks periodically throughout the 2011 and 2012 open water season in the Kuparuk River. These data provide information on gross primary production and respiration from representative river rocks taken from 3 experimental reaches in the Kuparuk.
Streams Moss
Title Abstract
Moss point transect data for the Kuparuk River near Toolik Field Station, Alaska 1993-current.
This file contains the consolidated data for percent cover of dominant bryophytes and other easilty idenfiable macro-algae in the experimental reaches of the Kuparuk River beginning in 1993 and updated annually. In some years percent cover was recorded more than one time per seaon. In all years percent cover was recorded in riffle habitats and in some (early) years percent cover was recorded for pool habitats. Moss point transects have been done on the Kuparuk since 1993.
Streams Temperature Discharge
Title Abstract
Kuparuk River 2013 summer temperature and discharge calculated from stage height.
Water temperature and stream discharge were determined for the Kuparuk River. In many years, temperature and stream height were recorded manually each day. In recent years, dataloggers have measured stream temperature and stream height at regular intervals. A rating curve was developed to calculate continuous discharge from stage height. Temperature was also measured on an hourly basis. Stage height was measured on the Kuparuk about 1 km above the Dalton Highway crossing.
Kuparuk River 2012 summer temperature and discharge calculated from stage height.
Water temperature and stream discharge were determined for the Kuparuk River. In many years, temperature and stream height were recorded manually each day. In recent years, data loggers have measured stream temperature and stream height at regular intervals. A rating curve was developed to calculate continuous discharge from stage height. Temperature was also measured on an hourly basis. Stage height was measured on the Kuparuk about 1 km above the Dalton Highway crossing.
Kuparuk River 2011 summer temperature and discharge calculated from stage height.
Water temperature and stream discharge were determined for the Kuparuk River. In many years, temperature and stream height were recorded manually each day. In recent years, dataloggers have measured stream temperature and stream height at regular intervals. A rating curve was developed to calculate continuous discharge from stage height. Temperature was also measured on an hourly basis. Stage height was measured on the Kuparuk about 1 km above the Dalton Highway crossing.
Oksrukuyik Creek 2012 summer temperature and discharge calculated from stage height.
Oksrukuyik Creek stage height and calculated discharge for the summer of 2012 as well as Oksrukuyik Creek continuous temperature recorded by a Campbell CR10 datalogger and HOBO pressure transducer. Measurements were taken at a new location, about 100 meters upstream of the road, starting in 2009. This location moved upstream of the road do to the construction of a culvert.
Oksrukuyik Creek 2011 summer temperature and discharge calculated from stage height.
Oksrukuyik Creek stage height and calculated discharge for the summer of 2011 as well as Oksrukuyik Creek continuous temperature recorded by a Campbell CR10 datalogger and HOBO pressure transducer. Measurements were taken at a new location, about 100 meters upstream of the road, starting in 2009. This location moved upstream of the road do to the construction of a culvert.
Kuparuk River 2010 summer temperature and discharge calculated from stage height.
Water temperature and stream discharge were determined for the Kuparuk River. In many years, temperature and stream height were recorded manually each day. In recent years, dataloggers have measured stream temperature and stream height at regular intervals. A rating curve was developed to calculate continuous discharge from stage height. Temperature was also measured on an hourly basis. Stage height was measured on the Kuparuk about 1 km above the Dalton Highway crossing.
Kuparuk River 2009 summer temperature and discharge calculated from stage height.
Water temperature and stream discharge were determined for the Kuparuk River in 2009. In many years, temperature and stream height were recorded manually each day. In recent years, dataloggers have measured stream temperature and stream height at regular intervals. A rating curve was developed to calculate continuous discharge from stage height. Temperature was also measured on an hourly basis. Stage height was measured on the Kuparuk about 1 km above the Dalton Highway crossing.
Kuparuk River 2008 summer temperature and discharge calculated from stage height.
Water temperature and stream discharge were determined for the Kuparuk River. In recent years, pressure transducer dataloggers have measured stream temperature and stream height at regular intervals. A rating curve was developed to calculate continuous discharge from stage height. Temperature was also measured on an hourly basis. Stage height was measured on the Kuparuk about 1 km above the Dalton Highway crossing.
Kuparuk River 2007 summer temperature and discharge calculated from stage height.
Water temperature and stream discharge were determined for the Kuparuk River. In recent years, pressure transducer dataloggers have measured stream temperature and stream height at regular intervals. A rating curve was developed to calculate continuous discharge from stage height. Stage height was measured on the Kuparuk about 1 km above the Dalton Highway crossing.
Kuparuk River 2006 summer temperature and discharge calculated from stage height.
Water temperature and stream discharge were determined for the Kuparuk River in 2006

. In recent years, pressure transducer dataloggers have measured stream temperature and stream height at regular intervals. A rating curve was developed to calculate continuous discharge from stage height. Stage height was measured on the Kuparuk about 1 km above the Dalton Highway crossing.
Kuparuk River 2005 summer temperature and discharge calculated from stage height.
Water temperature and stream discharge were determined for the Kuparuk River. In recent years, pressure temperature dataloggers have measured stream temperature and stream height at regular intervals. A rating curve was developed to calculate continuous discharge from stage height. Stage height was measured on the Kuparuk about 1 km above the Dalton Highway crossing.
Kuparuk River 2004 summer temperature and discharge calculated from stage height.
Water temperature and stream discharge were determined for the Kuparuk River. In recent years, dataloggers have measured stream temperature and stream height at regular intervals. A rating curve was developed to calculate continuous discharge from stage height. Stage height was measured on the Kuparuk about 1 km above the Dalton Highway crossing.
Kuparuk River 2003 summer temperature and discharge calculated from stage height.
Water temperature and stream discharge for Kuparuk river in 2003. In recent years, a pressure transducer datalogger has measured stream temperature and stream height at regular intervals. A rating curve was developed to calculate continuous discharge from stage height. Stage height was measured on the Kuparuk about 1 km upstream of the Dalton Highway crossing.
Kuparuk River 2002 summer temperature and discharge calculated from stage height.
Stream temperature and discharge for the Kuparuk River in 2002. Each summer, water temperature and stream discharge are determined for the Kuparuk River. In many years, temperature and stream height were recorded manually each day. In recent years, dataloggers have measured stream temperature and stream height at regular intervals. The Kuparuk River data is maintained by Dough Kane on the Water and Environmental Research Center at UAF (http://www.uaf.edu/water/projects/NorthSlope/... more
Kuparuk River 2001 summer temperature and discharge calculated from stage height.
Stream temperature and discharge for the Kuparuk river in 2001. Each summer, water temperature and stream discharge are determined for the Kuparuk River. In recent years, dataloggers have measured stream temperature and stream height at regular intervals. The Kuparuk River data is maintained by Doug Kane on the Water and Environmental Research Center at UAF (http://www.uaf.edu/water/projects/NorthSlope/upper_kuparuk/uk_river/uk_r...) Stream height is converted into stream discharge based on... more
Kuparuk River 2000 summer temperature and discharge calculated from stage height.
Stream temperature and discharge Each summer, water temperature and stream discharge are determined for the Kuparuk River. In many years, temperature and stream height were recorded manually each day. In recent years, data loggers have measured stream temperature and stream height at regular intervals. The Kuparuk River data is maintained by Dough Kane on the Water and Environmental Research Center at UAF (http://www.uaf.edu/water/projects/NorthSlope/upper_kuparuk/uk_river/uk_r...) Stream... more
Kuparuk River 1999 summer temperature and discharge calculated from stage height.
Stream temperature and discharge Each summer, water temperature and stream discharge are determined for the Kuparuk River. In many years, temperature and stream height were recorded manually each day. In recent years, data loggers have measured stream temperature and stream height at regular intervals. The Kuparuk River data is maintained by Dough Kane on the Water and Environmental Research Center at UAF (http://www.uaf.edu/water/projects/NorthSlope/upper_kuparuk/uk_river/uk_r...) Stream... more
Kuparuk River 1998 summer discharge calculated from stage height.
Discharge Each summer, water temperature and stream discharge are determined for the Kuparuk River. In many years, stream height were recorded manually each day. In recent years, data loggers have measured stream temperature and stream height at regular intervals. The Kuparuk River data is maintained by Dough Kane on the Water and Environmental Research Center at UAF (http://www.uaf.edu/water/projects/NorthSlope/upper_kuparuk/uk_river/uk_r...) Stream height is converted into stream... more
Kuparuk River 1997 summer temperature and discharge calculated from stage height.
Stream temperature and discharge Each summer, water temperature and stream discharge are determined for the Kuparuk River. In many years, temperature and stream height were recorded manually each day. In recent years, data loggers have measured stream temperature and stream height at regular intervals. The Kuparuk River data is maintained by Dough Kane on the Water and Environmental Research Center at UAF (http://www.uaf.edu/water/projects/NorthSlope/upper_kuparuk/uk_river/uk_r...) Stream... more
Kuparuk River 1996 summer temperature and discharge calculated from stage height.
Stream temperature and discharge Each summer, water temperature and stream discharge are determined for the Kuparuk River. In many years, temperature and stream height were recorded manually each day. In recent years, data loggers have measured stream temperature and stream height at regular intervals. The Kuparuk River data is maintained by Dough Kane on the Water and Environmental Research Center at UAF (http://www.uaf.edu/water/projects/NorthSlope/upper_kuparuk/uk_river/uk_r...) Stream... more
Kuparuk River 1995 summer temperature and discharge calculated from stage height.
Stream temperature and discharge Each summer, water temperature and stream discharge are determined for the Kuparuk River. In many years, temperature and stream height were recorded manually each day. In recent years, dataloggers have measured stream temperature and stream height at regular intervals. The Kuparuk River data is maintained by Dough Kane on the Water and Environmental Research Center at UAF (http://www.uaf.edu/water/projects/NorthSlope/upper_kuparuk/uk_river/uk_r...) Stream... more
Kuparuk River 1994 summer temperature and discharge calculated from stage height.
Stream temperature and discharge Each summer, water temperature and stream discharge are determined for the Kuparuk River. In many years, temperature and stream height were recorded manually each day. In recent years, data loggers have measured stream temperature and stream height at regular intervals. The Kuparuk River data is maintained by Dough Kane on the Water and Environmental Research Center at UAF (http://www.uaf.edu/water/projects/NorthSlope/upper_kuparuk/uk_river/uk_r...) Stream... more
Kuparuk River 1993 summer temperature and discharge calculated from stage height.
Stream temperature and discharge Each summer, water temperature and stream discharge are determined for the Kuparuk River. In many years, temperature and stream height were recorded manually each day. In recent years, data loggers have measured stream temperature and stream height at regular intervals. The Kuparuk River data is maintained by Dough Kane on the Water and Environmental Research Center at UAF (http://www.uaf.edu/water/projects/NorthSlope/upper_kuparuk/uk_river/uk_r...) Stream... more
Kuparuk River 1992 summer temperature and discharge calculated from stage height.
Stream temperature and discharge each summer, water temperature and stream discharge are determined for the Kuparuk River. In many years, temperature and stream height were recorded manually each day. In recent years, data loggers have measured stream temperature and stream height at regular intervals. The Kuparuk River data is maintained by Dough Kane on the Water and Environmental Research Center at UAF (http://www.uaf.edu/water/projects/NorthSlope/upper_kuparuk/uk_river/uk_r...) Stream... more
Kuparuk River 1991 summer temperature and discharge calculated from stage height.
Stream temperature and discharge each summer, water temperature and stream discharge are determined for the Kuparuk River. In many years, temperature and stream height were recorded manually each day. In recent years, data loggers have measured stream temperature and stream height at regular intervals. The Kuparuk River data is maintained by Dough Kane on the Water and Environmental Research Center at UAF (http://www.uaf.edu/water/projects/NorthSlope/upper_kuparuk/uk_river/uk_r...) Stream... more
Kuparuk River 1990 summer temperature and discharge calculated from stage height.
Stream temperature and discharge each summer, water temperature and stream discharge are determined for the Kuparuk River. In many years, temperature and stream height were recorded manually each day. In recent years, data loggers have measured stream temperature and stream height at regular intervals. The Kuparuk River data is maintained by Dough Kane on the Water and Environmental Research Center at UAF (http://www.uaf.edu/water/projects/NorthSlope/upper_kuparuk/uk_river/uk_r...) Stream... more
Kuparuk River 1989 summer temperature and discharge calculated from stage height.
Stream temperature and discharge each summer, water temperature and stream discharge are determined for the Kuparuk River. In many years, temperature and stream height were recorded manually each day. In recent years, data loggers have measured stream temperature and stream height at regular intervals. The Kuparuk River data is maintained by Dough Kane on the Water and Environmental Research Center at UAF (http://www.uaf.edu/water/projects/NorthSlope/upper_kuparuk/uk_river/uk_r...) Stream... more
Mean daily discharge data for Oksrukuyik Creek for mid May-Septemeber 1988, calculated from data acquired from USGS-Fairbanks, Arctic LTER 1988.
Mean daily discharge data for Oksrukuyik Creek for mid May-Septemeber 1988, calculated from data acquired from USGS-Fairbanks.
More detailed methods of their Hydrologic Unit, calibration measurements and regression curve were not available at the time of this file.
Kuparuk River 1988 summer temperature and discharge calculated from stage height.
Stream temperature and discharge each summer, water temperature and stream discharge are determined for the Kuparuk River. In many years, temperature and stream height were recorded manually each day. In recent years, data loggers have measured stream temperature and stream height at regular intervals. The Kuparuk River data is maintained by Dough Kane on the Water and Environmental Research Center at UAF (http://www.uaf.edu/water/projects/NorthSlope/upper_kuparuk/uk_river/uk_r...) Stream... more
Kuparuk River 1987 summer discharge calculated from stage height.
Stream temperature and discharge each summer, water temperature and stream discharge are determined for the Kuparuk River. In many years, temperature and stream height were recorded manually each day. In recent years, data loggers have measured stream temperature and stream height at regular intervals. The Kuparuk River data is maintained by Dough Kane on the Water and Environmental Research Center at UAF (http://www.uaf.edu/water/projects/NorthSlope/upper_kuparuk/uk_river/uk_r...) Stream... more
Kuparuk River 1986 summer temperature and discharge calculated from stage height.
Stream temperature and discharge each summer, water temperature and stream discharge are determined for the Kuparuk River. In many years, temperature and stream height were recorded manually each day. In recent years, data loggers have measured stream temperature and stream height at regular intervals. The Kuparuk River data is maintained by Dough Kane on the Water and Environmental Research Center at UAF (http://www.uaf.edu/water/projects/NorthSlope/upper_kuparuk/uk_river/uk_r...) Stream... more
Kuparuk River 1985 summer temperature and discharge calculated from state height.
Stream temperature and discharge each summer, water temperature and stream discharge are determined for the Kuparuk River. In many years, temperature and stream height were recorded manually each day. In recent years, data loggers have measured stream temperature and stream height at regular intervals. The Kuparuk River data is maintained by Dough Kane on the Water and Environmental Research Center at UAF (http://www.uaf.edu/water/projects/NorthSlope/upper_kuparuk/uk_river/uk_r...) Stream... more
Kuparuk River 1984 summer discharge calculated from stage height.
Stream temperature and discharge each summer, water temperature and stream discharge are determined for the Kuparuk River. In many years, temperature and stream height were recorded manually each day. In recent years, data loggers have measured stream temperature and stream height at regular intervals. The Kuparuk River data is maintained by Dough Kane on the Water and Environmental Research Center at UAF (http://www.uaf.edu/water/projects/NorthSlope/upper_kuparuk/uk_river/uk_r...) Stream... more
Kuparuk River 1983 summer discharge calculated from stage height.
Stream temperature and discharge each summer, water temperature and stream discharge are determined for the Kuparuk River. In many years, temperature and stream height were recorded manually each day. In recent years, data loggers have measured stream temperature and stream height at regular intervals. The Kuparuk River data is maintained by Dough Kane on the Water and Environmental Research Center at UAF (http://www.uaf.edu/water/projects/NorthSlope/upper_kuparuk/uk_river/uk_r...) Stream... more
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