Thaw depths and water depths were monitored at 1 m to 2 m intervals along a 255-m transect across an area of discontinuous and degrading permafrost on the Tanana Flats south of Fairbanks, Alaska. Measurements were taken once a year in late August from 1995 to 2002 to show effects of winter snow depths, climate warming, and vegetation and wetland creation-surface subsidence. Data are in a single tab-delimited ASCII text file, available via FTP.
Annual Thaw Depths and Water Depths in Tanana Flats, Alaska, Version 1
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|Data Contributor(s):||Torre Jorgenson, Charles H. Racine, James C. Walters|
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As a condition of using these data, you must cite the use of this data set using the following citation. For more information, see our Use and Copyright Web page.Racine, C., T. Jorgenson, and J. Walters 2003. Annual Thaw Depths and Water Depths in Tanana Flats, Alaska, Version 1. [Indicate subset used]. Boulder, Colorado USA. NSIDC: National Snow and Ice Data Center. [Date Accessed].