Outreach Activities @ Toolik

North for Science! - North for Science! is a program for middle school children to explore science in the north of Alaska. Toolik Field Station participates as the northern stop for the program.  The kids spend a day exploring the plants and animals around Toolik and hearing from researchers about what they do at Toolik.  This program is sponsored by the Alaska Songbird Institute, Bureau of Land Management, National Park Service, and U.S. Fish and Wildlife.  To learn more about the North for Science! program check out their webpage!

PolarTREC - PolarTREC is a program for K-12 science teachers to be embedded within a research group preforming arctic research.  The teachers come to Toolik as part of a research team, rather than being hosted directly by the field station. The Arctic Research Consortium of the United States (ARCUS) manages the PolarTREC program and matches teachers with researchers for their polar exploration.  The teachers and their research group provide classroom and public connections through blog posts, skype-a-scientist, developing age appropriate curriculum, and so much more.  To learn more about the PolarTREC program check out their website

  • PolarTREC Teachers atToolik
    • 2021 - Liza Backman
    • 2019 - Alejandra Martinez, David Walker, Kate Steeper
    • 2018 - Melissa Lau, Svea Anderson, Kim Young
    • 2017 - Jennifer Baldacci,
    • 2016 - DJ Kast, Nell Kemp
    • 2014 - Andre Wille, Lauren Watel, Regina Brinker, 
    • 2013 - Alicia Gillean, Bruce Taterka, Nell Kemp, 
    • 2012 - Melissa Barker, Susan Steiner, Nick LaFave

BLM/TFS Artist-in-Residence - In partnership with the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), Toolik Field Station (TFS) offers an Artist in Residence program.  The 2022 BLM/Toolik Artist-in-Residence Program is committed to supporting artistic efforts from all mediums that support the public lands.  The artist will be hosted by both the BLM at one of their cabins or campgrounds for 5-6 days along the Dalton Highway and by TFS for 3-4 days giving the artist a glimpse of both Boreal and Arctic Alaska. 

  • An 8 day quarantine and PCR test is required prior to coming to Toolik Field Station, please arrange with TFS and BLM accordingly. 

TFS Artist-in-Residence - Toolik has had a number of Artists come to the station as Artist-in-Residence.  As part of their stay each has contributed a piece of artwork to the station.  

Interested in being an Artist-in-Resident at TFS? please email uaf-toolik-communication@alaska.edu for more information.

Toolik Talking Shops are held once a week throughout the busy season at Toolik (May-August).  At each talking shop we have one or more speaker share their research with the Toolik Community.  This is a great way to not just share your research but also to gain experience in presenting in front of a friendly environment. ​

 

Date Speaker(s) Title(s)
5/31/2023 Dennis Wasserman Safety Talking Shop - calling in injuries
6/7/2023 Randy Fulweber Droning on about the Arctic and more
6/8/2023 Frank Rack  NSF 101
6/14/2023

Greg Levandoski & Fred Beaudry

Counting Birds at 70 degrees North (more or less)
6/21/2023

Marwan Wartes

Geology of Northern Alaska

6/28/2023

Mauro Guglielmin INSUBRIA Project

7/5/2023

- Viewing of "Slash/Back" and discussion

7/12/2023

Anna Eichert

Manpreet Kohli

Jessica Ware

Stoneflies in the Arctic
Polar Dragonflies
Dragonlies in general

7/19/2023

Abigail Rec & Amelia Grosse Arctic Rios

7/26/2023

Laura Gough, Jennie McLaren, Rebbecca Rowe,  Team Vole over the years

8/2/2023

Undergraduate Showcase

Anna Eichert
Helen Brush
Isaac Aguilar
Jackson VerSteeg
Luca Keon & Zach Ginn
Rachel Harris
Sunniva Shefield

 

Impacts of Megafire on Aquatic Insect Communities in Central Utah
What is up with the growing season?
Monitoring Biodiversity with Environmental DNA in the Sierra de Manantlán, México
Longitudinal Flight and BDOM Study
Plants and Pollinators of the Low Arctic: Investigating Community Response to Climate Change
Potential talik development along continuous permafrost hillslopes on the North Slope of Alaska, USA

An Experiment Comparing Biochar Effects on Root, Shoot,and Fruit Production in Beans, Tomatoes, and Willows

8/9/2023
Abigail Jackson
Mary Stack

Advancing OCS as an independent atmospheric tracer for global photosynthesis through quantification of microbial-mediated sources and sinks in soils 

8/16/2023

Brian Barnes

Small mammal hibernation in the Arctic
8/21/2023

Kristin Link

Artist-in-residence

Date Speaker(s) Title(s)
6/1/2022 George Kling Decision making in the face of Arctic change: Equity and inclusion for Indigenous People in co-producing knowledge
6/8/2022 Sarah Evans & Sarah Godsey Oh Gully! Water tracks and complex
6/15/2022 Tom Glass  Wolverines in the Arctic
6/22/2022

 

Nicole Williamson
Lexy Salinas

 

 

Monitoring Arctic Tundra Vegetation Using the Mobile Instrumented Sensor Platform (MISP)
Arctic plant phenology and controls at the SOS and EOS

 

6/29/2022

Haley Dunleavey

Who can #SciComm? You can!

7/6/2022

Kevin Griffin Arctic LTER VII Renewal Proposal

7/13/2022

Sarah Ansboro
Caroline Brose
AON-ITEX Berries
Phylogentics

7/20/2022

Marwan Wartes A Brief History of Geological Exploration in Northern Alaska

7/27/2022

Alex Huryn Arctic spring streams - aufeis ecosystems

8/3/2022-

Undergraduate Showcase

Anna Eichert
Helen Brush
Isaac Aguilar
Jackson VerSteeg
Luca Keon & Zach Ginn
Rachel Harris
Sunniva Shefield

 

Impacts of Megafire on Aquatic Insect Communities in Central Utah
What is up with the growing season?
Monitoring Biodiversity with Environmental DNA in the Sierra de Manantlán, México
Longitudinal Flight and BDOM Study
Plants and Pollinators of the Low Arctic: Investigating Community Response to Climate Change
Potential talik development along continuous permafrost hillslopes on the North Slope of Alaska, USA

An Experiment Comparing Biochar Effects on Root, Shoot,and Fruit Production in Beans, Tomatoes, and Willows

8/10/2022

Jana U'Ren & Rosin Comme

Advancing OCS as an independent atmospheric tracer for global photosynthesis through quantification of microbial-mediated sources and sinks in soils 

8/17/2022

Brandon Yorkley

Hydrology of watertracks and thermoerosional gullies

8/24/2022

Bathsheba Demuth

Artist-in-residence

9/7/2022

Heidi Golden

Arctic LTER Grayling

Date Speaker(s) Title(s)
6/16/2021 Jenn Guerard Contaminant Fate and Transformation in the Arctic: Chlorinated Pesticides and Brominated Flame Retardants
6/30/2021 Mike Weintraub What controls tundra soil carbon responses to environmental change?
 7/7/2021 Marwan Wartes   Introduction to the Geologic evolution of the Brooks Range, Northern Alaska
 7/13/2021

 

Jeremy May 
Jess Richert

 

 

Monitoring Arctic Tundra Vegetation Using the Mobile Instrumented Sensor Platform (MISP)
Winter Snow Depth and Caribou Forage Quality

 

7/21/2021
Daniela Aguirre
Olivia Cronin-Golomb
Deciduous shrub encroachment effects on tundra soil properties
Modeling benthic solar irradiance to inform seagrass habitat suitability in the mesotidal PIE

7/28/2021-

Undergraduate Showcase

Alex Jennings
Asha Kaliappan
Cameron Jones
Caroline Brose
Jansen Nipko
 Danny Weldon
Pollination Ecology and Experimental Warming
Soil & Iron
PhLr
An Introduction to Phylogenetic Analyssis of the Goodeniaceae
ArcticRIOS - Arctic Watershed study
Tussock Packing Factor
8/4/2021

Toolik Community Discussion

Toolik Field Station DEI Talking Shop

Date Speaker(s) Title(s)
5/28/2019 Adrian Rocha  Why ecology matters: insights into the inner workings of globally important biogeochemical systems.
6/4/2019 Kim Hageman, Jenn Guerard, Jeff Perala-Dewey, Ginna Quesada  Pumping water through foam, Drying stuff in the sun, and walking on thin ice
6/11/2019 Amanda Young  Between snow and shade:importance of high light on the forest floor
6/18/2019 Helene Angot  The Mystery of nocturnal ozone depletion and the big red balloon
6/26/2019  NEON  
 7/3/2019 Marwan Wartes   Introduction to the Geologic evolution of the Brooks Range, Northern Alaska
 7/10/2019

 

Jeremy May & Steven Unger
Hayes Henderson & John Fiegelson

 

MISP and Moss: raiders of the moss Arc
Everything you wanted to know about plant sex, but were too afraid to ask

 

 7/17/2019  Alex Michaud, Remi Masse  The rusty cryosphere: Why microbes love iron
7/24/2019  Roxaneh Khorsand  From the Amazon to the Arctic: why plant reproductive biology matters in a changing environment.
 7/31/2019  Scott Filippone  Hemodynamics 101: how to keep blood inside of you

 8/7/2019

REU

 
Daison Weedop
Emily Reast
Abigail Rec
Cailee Peterson
Shannon Harney

 

Characterizing the Stream Fish Community Within an Open Lake System
Water holding capacities of arctic mosses around Toolik Field Station
Nutrient Diffusing Substrata: nutrient limitation and spatial variation in Arctic stream systems
The Quest for the Quantification and Quality Content of Caribou Candy
Quantifying disturbance i Siberian Alder Stands
 8/14/2019  Thomas Hartman  YtoY: Yellowstone to the Yukon Photo journal
 8/15/2019  Crystal Glassburn  
8/20/2019
Brandie Brooks
Brandon Cobb
The Brooks Range Float
Climate and Energy Security in Alaska
 8/21/2019
Ian Klupar
Jessica Richert, Kaj Lynoe, Heidi Becker
How can fire change the productivity limitations of the Tundra?
Caribou Nutritional Landscapes
 8/28/2019  Alex Huryn  Alabama Caves, North Slope Springs, and Icelandic Geothermal Vents
Date Speaker(s) Title(s)
6/12/18  Ben Abbott & Ariel Shogren The permafrost climate feedback: biggest terrestrial tipping point or potential carbon sink?
6/19/18  Dan White  I Am Lakes. So Can You.
6/26/18  Sally MacIntyre  What's Happening Under the Ice?
7/3/18  Anne Giblin  Rising Seas and Coastal Marshes
7/10/18  Nick Barrett  Arctic Lake Warming...and beyond
 7/17/18  CPS Safety Training  
 7/23/18  Ken Tape  Beavers North of the Brooks
 7/31/18  Reiner Giesler & Johann Olofsson  P-availability in tundra ecosystems: effects of vegetation, elevation and herbivory
 8/1/18  Detlev Helmig  Chasing the Elusive Nessie from Toolik Lake
 8/7/18  Mindy Brugman  Arctic Weather Forecasting: Analysis and Prognosis of the "New Normal" During a Period of Dramatic Climate Warming
 8/10/18  Crystal Glassburn (BLM)  Cultural/archaeological history of the Brooks Range with Q & A

8/14/18

REU

Amy Li
Allie Pankoff
Ryan West
Classifying Arctic Shrubs via Remote Sensing
I-1 and I-2 Stream Characterization
Population Structure and Diet Composition of Fishes in Two Headwater Lakes
 8/21/18  Jade Lawrence  Blood Falls, Antarctica
Date Speaker(s) Title(s)
6/6/2017  Sal Curasi  Water track distribution and effects on carbon dioxide flux in an eastern Siberian upland tundra landscape
 6/13/2017
Ryan Stephens
Juliette Funck
Pulsed resource availability changes dietary niche breadth and partitioning between generalist rodent consumers
Creating a RODEmap
 6/20/2017  Alex Huryn & Josh Schimel  
 6/27/2017  Jeremy May  Temperature events and their impacts on plant phenology
7/4/2017  Adrianna Trusiak  Seeing Red in Blue waters and Snow! The role of Iron in liberating CO2
 7/12/2017  Tracie Curry  Paths toward Shared Understanding in Transdisciplinary Knowledge Processes
 7/17/2017  Matt Irinaga  CPS Arctic safety
 7/18/2017  Diane Benson  Living in Extreme Conditions: A Woman Truckers Perspective of Construction Days in Toolik, Coldfoot and the Pass
 7/25/2017  Gus Shaver  Forty years of change at Toolik Field Station and in moist acidic tundra
8/1/2017   Tom Glass  Tracking wolverines in the greater Toolik area

8/8/2017

REU

Quinn Gavin
Thomas Hafen
Erynn McNeill
 REU Presentations
Sagwon Bluffs Soil and Vegetation Assessment
Exploring the differences in fish populations between open and closed systems
How herbivory affects the growth of Siberian Alder
 8/15/2017  Go Iwahana  Quantification of Thermokarst and Carbon Release
 8/22/2017  Ned Fetcher  Cottongrass Ecotypes
 8/29/2017  Breck Bowden  Effects of Climate Warming on Stream Metabolism: A Continental Perspective
Date Speaker(s) Title(s)
6/7/2016  Tom Glass  Trails and Travails: Tracking the Elusive Wolverine
 6/14/2016  Will Longo  Molecular fossils from northern Alaskan Lake sediments record 16000 years of climate change
 6/21/2016  Jesse Krause  White crowned Sparrows
 6/28/2016  Christie Haupert  Arctic Field Training
 7/5/2016  Greg Hill & Traci Ruthkoski  Arctic Grayling & UAVs
 7/12/2016  Kimberly Maher  Permitting for Science on Alaska DNR land
 7/19/2016  Christine Hedge  Mercury dynamics of an arctic tundra ecosystem in northern Alaska: a mass balance
 7/26/2016  Steve Oberbauer  Glaciers, frogs, and cushion plants
 8/3/2016  In a Time of Change Artist group  Visiting artist group presentation 

 8/9/2016

REU

Gina Lupo
Megan Christie
The Effect of Bryophyte Presence on Kuparuk Community Composition
Nutrient Use Efficiency Patterns of Moss in the Kuparuk River
 8/16/2016  Adrianna Trusiak  Ironing Out the Arctic Carbon Cycle
 8/23/2016  Ben Abbott and Jay Zarnetske  Permafrost Carbon Feedback and Pulsing Carbon Fluxes
 8/30/2016
Agata Buchwal
Mike Gooseff
Shrubs
The McMurdo LTER
Date Speaker(s) Title(s)
6/2/2015  Rose Cory  Radical carbon cycling
 6/9/2015  Jesse Krause  Birds and stuff
 6/16/2015  CPS  Arctic Field Training
 6/23/2015  Sally MacIntyre  I Can't Shake the Lake: My 16 Years of Struggle at Toolik Lake
 6/30/2015  Byron Crump  Biogeography of bacteria in streams and rivers: influence of environmental conditions and dispersal
 7/7/2015
Brie Van Dam
Traci Ruthkoski
Tropospheric O3 in the Arctic
Cool gadgets for science
 7/14/2015  Heidi Golden  Fishscape: A Journey Through Time & Space
 7/21/2015  Ann Giblin  Lake Fertilization: Who Wins and Who Loses?
 7/28/2015
Gus Shaver
MBL Journalists
Scaling up from Toolik to the Arctic
Science Journalism

 8/4/2015

REU

Levi Simmons
Kate Yuhas
Structure of Fish Populations in Toolik-Area Lakes
Electron Donating Capacity in Natural Waters
 8/11/2015  Jeremy May  A, Andrew, and the Arctic
 8/18/2015  Helen Chmura  Bird Nerds on the Tundra
 
Date Speaker(s) Title(s)
 6/3/2014  Traci Ruthkoski  Arctic Glass plus Amazon Web Services (AWS)
 6/10/2014  Werner Eugster  What fluxes out of Toolik Lake and the wetlands, and how we measure it
 6/17/2014  Annesofie Norn Another windless day in space looking down at drifting landscapes
 6/25/2014  David Hoekman and Yuri Springer  The National Ecological Observatory Network: From big picture to bugs
 7/1/2014  Joe Tuck and John Brown (BBC)  Everything you always wanted to know about natural history filmmaking but were too afraid to ask
 7/7/2014  Morten Rasch  Something strange is happening in the Arctic", plus overview of Zackenberg Research Station and North Greenland expedition
 7/15/2014
Stephen Klobucar
Yo Chin
 
A bad day of fishing is better than a good day of work
Persistent Organic Pollutants in Polar and Alpine Environments
 
 7/22/2014  Steve Oberbauer  Cold season physiology of tundra plants
 7/24/2014  Hank Loescher and Russ Lea  NEON Overview and Q&A session
 7/29/2014
Tyler King
Ashley Asmus
 
Heat fluxes in Arctic Rivers
Arthropod Community Responses to Fertilization and Fire
 
 8/5/2014  Nathan C. Healey  A mobile instrumented sensor platform for long-term terrestrial ecosystem analysis: An example application in the Arctic Tundra

 8/12/2014

REU

Christine Pardo
Jamie Goethlich
Michell Rasmussen
Zach Osterhlz
 
Fun with phenology
Diet composition and size structure of slimy sculpin (Coltus cognatus) in fertilized and unfertilized lakes
Quantifying lateral inflows in Arctic beaded streams
Hyperspectral analysis of photosynthetic greening following tundra fire
 8/19/2014  Emily Voytek  Visions of the Deep: Subsurface Characterization Of Water Tracks
 
Date Speaker(s) Title(s)
 5/22/2013  Jeffrey M. Welker  The Mixing of the Modern and Ancient C Cycles in the High Arctic-Examples from NW Greenland and Svalbard
 6/4/2013 Shahid Naeem  The Consequences Of Biodiversity Decline
 6/11/2013 Kathleen Hunt  Whale Poop & The Meaning Of Life
 6/18/2013    LTER Poster Presentations
 6/25/2013 Jonathan Perez  "The effects of Methimazole on development of vernal migration in white crowned sparrows"
 7/2/2013 Cory Williams  Keeping Time Under the Midnight Sun: Circannual and Circadian Rhythms of Arctic Ground Squirrels
 7/9/2013  Sarah Page  .OH, The Places You'll Go
 7/16/2013 Lee Vierling  Lasers, Ecology and You
 7/23/2013
Water Tracks Group
Erik Hobbie
An Introduction to the Water Tracks Team
Do Squirrels Eat Mushrooms?
 
 7/30/2013 Donie Bret-Harte  The Great Pluck of 2013
 8/6/2013 Cleo Davie-Martin  This is Flaming Retarded! A Tale of Wayward Contaminants.
 8/13/2013  REU Presentations  REU Presentations
 8/20/2013 Jeb Timm  Snow Transects via Trans-Alaska Snowmachine Adventure
 8/27/2013  Chad Diesinger  Climbing the West Ridge of Mt. Hunter

AGU Booth Photo

We sponsor science sessions at the American Geophysical Union's Annual Fall Meeting to promote interdisciplinary research and foster collaboration. We also host a booth in the Exhibit Hall to network with our current and future community during the conference.

Come visit us at Booth 224 in the Exhibit Hall each day Monday - Thursday!

We'll have our virtual reality headset for all to try on and travel to Toolik Field Station across the seasons. Stop by our booth to grab Toolik swag, learn more about our science support, or to say "hi" to Toolik Field Station management team members.

Check out the list below of this year's presentations from the Toolik Field Station community and region.

ID Title First author Type Time Location
*** B11F Consequences of Changing Seasonality for Phenology and Biogeochemical Cycling in a Warming Arctic Poster Amanda Young Session 8:30-12:50 Poster Hall
A11H-2089 Isoprene Emissions of Sedge Species Under Varying Arctic Climate Conditions Christopher Leong Poster 8:30-12:50 Poster Hall
B11F-1857 Exploring the importance of capturing shoulder seasons dynamics in Arctic headwaters: Are we giving the Arctic the cold shoulder? (invited) Arial Shogren Poster 8:30-12:50 Poster Hall
B11F-1861 Winter Limnology in Arctic Lakes - Legacy Effects Sally MacIntyre Poster 8:30-12:50 Poster Hall
B11F-1864 The Legacy of Unprecedented Extreme Late Freeze of the Active Layer on Carbon Release: Arctic Ecosystem Model Evaluation with Long-Term Measurements of Tundra Carbon Fluxes Eugenie Euskirchen Poster 8:30-12:50 Poster Hall
B11F-1865 Quantifying change in growing season length as a mechanism of shrubification in a warming Arctic Ruby An Poster 8:30-12:50 Poster Hall
B11F-1867 Photosynthetic Response of Arctic Tundra Forbs and Deciduous Shrubs to Vapor Pressure Deficit Steve Oberbauer Poster 8:30-12:50 Poster Hall
B11F-1868 Seasonal Differences in Canopy Greenness and Soil Nutrient Availability in a Long-Term Fertilization Gradient Experiment in Moist Acidic Tundra Jessie Motes Poster 8:30-12:50 Poster Hall
EP11A-07 Runoff response of permafrost rivers to rainfall and heatwaves Cansu Culha Oral 9:30-9:45 2001-West
C12A-06 Deeper Snow may Contribute to Annual CO2 Release in Arctic Alaska Kyoko Okano Oral 11:12-11:22 2005-West
C12A-08 Arctic tundra ecosystems under fire – potential directions for stable state shifts Gabriela Schaepman-Strub Oral 11:32-11:42 2005-West
C13A-01 Microbial dynamics following permafrost thaw: how does disturbance intensity and time affect microbiome structure and biogeochemical function? Jessica Ernakovich Oral 14:10-14:22 2004-West
EP13C-1787 Assessing the Abundance of Track-Gully Complexes in the Arctic Landscape Brandon Yokeley Poster 14:10-18:30 Poster Hall
C13A-02 Permafrost carbon emissions in response to 25 years of snow addition to tundra Claudia Czimczik Oral 14:22-14:34 2004-West
C14B-07 Profiles of Near-surface Excess Ground Ice from Satellite Radar Interferometry Simon Zwieback Oral 17:04-17:14 2004-West

 

ID Title First Author Type Time Location
C21C-1248 Quantifying Variations in Soil Moisture Across Arctic Hillslopes Underlain by Continuous Permafrost  Emma Ferm  Poster 8:30-12:50 Poster Hall
C21E-1279A Database of Ground-truthed Permafrost Thaw and Thermokarst Locations Across Alaska  Hailey Webb Poster 8:30-12:50 Poster Hall
C21E-1286 Rusting of the Arctic: causes of metal mobilization from thawing permafrost and consequences for aquatic ecosystems

 Jonathan O'Donnell

Poster 8:30-12:50 Poster Hall
C21E-1293 Using Ground-Penetrating Radar to Investigate the Control of Ground Ice on Continuous Permafrost Hillslope Hydrology  Rachel Harris Poster 8:30-12:50 Poster Hall
SM21B-2749
Direction finding of auroral cyclotron harmonic radio emissions Tedi Godfrey Poster 8:30-12:50 Poster Hall
B21D-05
Results from the ABoVE Permafrost Dynamics Observatory: What Remote Sensing Big Data Tells Us about the Dynamic Active Layer, Soil Moisture, and Greening and Browning Elizabeth Wig Oral 9:10-9:20 3006-West
B22D-01
Atmospheric concentration measurements improve Arctic-boreal carbon dioxide and methane flux model development Luke Schiferl Oral 10:20-10:30 3006-West
B22B-01
Controls on the Respiration of Ancient Permafrost Carbon in Sunlit Arctic Surface Waters Emma Rieb Oral 10:22-10:32 3008-West
C52B-07
The potential of multi-temporal and multi-frequency SAR data in characterizing regional soil organic carbon distribution in Alaska Yonghong Yi Oral 11:20-11:30 3006-West
B23K-2212
Chlorpyrifos Fate in the Arctic: Lens Through Which to Observe Resilience and Vulnerability in Arctic Systems Lauren O'Connor Poster 14:10-18:30 Poster Hall
B23K-2228
The NASA ABoVE LVIS Full Waveform Lidar Airborne Surveys Elizabeth Embury Hoy Poster 14:10-18:30 Poster Hall
H23G-06 Assessing the Transferability of Runoff Generation Paradigms to Permafrost Catchments in the Arctic Amelia Grose Oral 15:05-15:15 3020-West

 

ID Title First author Type Time Location
ED31F-0929 Catching Up With Science: The Evolution of the Arctic LTER’s "Teachers At Toolik” Research Experience for Teachers Program Over 15 Years  Amanda Morrison  Poster  8:30-12:50 Poster Hall
ED31F-0930 Changing the way we teach science based on our experiences within the Arctic LTER Research Experience for Teachers program: perspectives from a first year teacher high school teacher and a seventh year elementary school teacher  Ellen Gomora Poster 8:30-12:50 Poster Hall
H31D-02 Alaskan River Temperatures Projected to Steadily Increase by Mid-century Despite Disparate Trends in Summer Streamflow  Dylan Blaskey Oral  8:46-8:56 3003-West
ED31A-03 ‘H2COLD: Water in the Arctic’: Translating Permafrost Research through Outreach to Bring Climate Awareness to Rural Communities  Sarah Godsey Oral  8:48-8:57 203-South
B31B-08 From Field to Air: Integrating Field Data in Support of the ABoVE Airborne Campaign Miles Moore Oral 9:40-9:50 3006-West
ED31A-09 Polar Explorer: A place-based virtual learning environment for STEM undergraduate education Deborah Huntzinger Oral 9:42-9:51 203-South
C32C-04 Employing Spectral Signatures in Vegetation to Differentiate Hydrologic Features Above Continuous Permafrost Key Hatch eLightning 10:29-10:32 eLightning Theater II, Hall D
C32C-07 Improving the Application of a Novel Model Conceptualization for Permafrost Simulation at Full-river Basin Bo Gao eLightning 10:38-10:41 eLightning Theater II, Hall D
B32A-04 Using X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) to characterize organo-mineral complexes in environmental and synthesized samples Qian Zhao Oral 10:50-11:00 3007-West
A33S-2824 OCS and CO2 Surface Fluxes in Arctic Tundra Biomes during the Alaskan Growing Season Allison Newton Poster 14:10-18:30 Poster Hall
B33H-2331 Reduced mycorrhizal activity decreases foliar micronutrients 13 years post Arctic wildfire Natalie Kashi Poster 14:10-18:30 Poster Hall
B33A-02 Boreal-Arctic Wetland and Lake Methane Emissions Are More Sensitive to Direct Warming Effects Than to Permafrost Thaw Until 2100 McKenzie Kuhn Oral 14:20-14:30 3007-West
SA33A-03 Multi-scale Geomagnetic Forcing and F-region Neutral Wind Response During the March 27th, 2014 Substorm Event Cheng Sheng Oral 14:30-14:40 207-South
B33C-05 Burn Severity and the Recovery of the 2007 Anaktuvuk River fire Adrian Rocha Oral 14:50-15:00 3009-West
SA33A-07 Heterogenous auroral observations, during winter 2023 from Poker Flat Research Range, Alaska Kristina Lynch Oral 15:10-15:20 207-South
B34C-05 Mature spruce trees respire less CO2, consume less O2 and have a lower respiratory quotient than seedlings or saplings at the Forest Tundra Ecotone. Kevin Griffin Oral 16:48-16:58 3008-West

 

ID Title First author Type Time Location
B41G-2539 Using Coupled Concentration- and Process-Discharge Analysis to Inform Arctic Stream Metabolic Response to River Discharge.  Abigail Rec Poster  8:30-12:50 Poster Hall
*** SY41C-1061 Using social media to publicize entryways into field research, boost climate literacy, and build community at a remote Arctic research station  Haley Dunleavy  Poster 8:30-12:50 Poster Hall
A42G-07 Characterization of summertime carbonaceous aerosol and biogenic precursors on the North Slope of Alaska  Allison Welch  Oral  11:20-11:30 3000-West
A42G-08 Known and unexplored reactive organic carbon in the Arctic atmosphere  Lu Hu  Oral  11:30-11:40 3000-West
C43B-06
Analyzing vegetation effects on snow depth variability in Alaska boreal forests with airborne lidar obtained during Nasa SnowEx Alaska. Lora May  Oral 15:00-15:10 2004-West
C43B-07
Data assimilation and modeling to improve Alaska snow water equivalent assessments Kate Hale  Oral 15:10-15:20 2004-West
ID Title First author Type Time Location
A51X-2295 Investigating High-Latitude Permafrost Carbon Dynamics with Artificial Intelligence and Earth System Data Assimilation  Bradley Gay  Poster

 8:30-12:50

Poster Hall
A51Y-2309 Biogenic Emissions and Aerosol response on the North Slope (BEAR-oNS) Preliminary 2022 and 2023 Results for the North Slope of Alaska: Aerosol Composition and Realtime VOC  Tate Matthews Poster  8:30-12:50 Poster Hall
C51G-1024 NASA SnowEx 2023 tundra and boreal forest field campaign in Alaska, U.S.  Carrie Vuyovich Poster  8:30-12:50 Poster Hall
B51C-04 Arctic ecosystem modeling: What role can paleo history play in reducing model uncertainty?  Hannah Mevenkamp  Oral  9:00-9:10 3009-West 
C52B-01 Global Summary from the Circumpolar Active Layer Monitoring (CALM) Network Nikolay Shiklomanov  Oral 10:20-10:30 2004-West
B52D-03 Seasonal Drivers of Carbon Processing in Arctic Rivers: Biodegradation and Photodegradation in North Slope, Alaska Jansen Nipko  Oral 10:40-10:50 3009-West 
C52B-03 Ground Heat Flux into Permafrost as an Indicator of Permafrost Degradation Vladimir Romanovsky  Oral 10:40-10:55 2004-West
C52B-07 Characterizing Drained Lake Basins in lowland permafrost regions using a multi-source remote sensing approach Helena Bergstedt  Oral 11:25-11:35 2004-West
C52B-08 Investigating Permafrost Carbon Dynamics in Alaska with Artificial Intelligence Bradley Gay  Oral 11:35-11:45 2004-West
B53F-1956 Quantifying the Influence of Small Mammals on Microbial Community Diversity and Functional Changes of Biogeochemical Processes in Arctic Soils. Lyndsey Marquez Poster 14:10-18:30 Poster Hall
C53C-1050 Impacts of climate warming on ice rich permafrost on the North Slope of Alaska Dmitry Nicolsky Poster 14:10-18:30 Poster Hall
C53C-1054 Landscape-specific responses of near-surface permafrost to climate change in the Kuparuk River Basin, North Slope of Alaska Kelsey Nyland Poster 14:10-18:30 Poster Hall
C53C-1055 Machine Learning for Prediction of Permafrost and Active Layer Temperatures along the North Slope of Alaska Robert Chance Poster 14:10-18:30 Poster Hall
C53C-1064 Tracking Permafrost Landscape Subsidence: A Comprehensive Study Across the North Slope of Alaska using Terrestrial Lidar Tabatha Fuson Poster 14:10-18:30 Poster Hall
U53B-0517A MacGyvered approach to cost-effective magnetometers in Alaska: The University of Alaska Fairbanks Space Weather UnderGround program’s Multiple-Deployment-Vessel. Austin Cohen Poster 14:10-18:30 Poster Hall
B54E-03 Distribution of Belowground CH4 and CO2 Trapped in Soils of Arctic Tundra and Boreal Forest in Alaska, USA Jinhyun Kim eLightning 16:06-16:09 eLightning Theater III, Hall D

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