Related Publications

  1. 2022

    1. Bergstedt, H., Jones, B.M., Walker, D.A., Peirce, J., Bartsch, A., Pointner, G., Kanevskiy, M., Raynolds, M. and Buchhorn, M. 2022. Quantifying the spatial and temporal influence of infrastructure on seasonal snowmelt timing and its influence on vegetation productivity and early season surface water cover in the Prudhoe Bay Oilfield. Arctic Science, Submitted.
    2. Kanevskiy, M., Shur, Y., Walker, D.A., Jorgenson, M.T., Raynolds, M., Peirce, J., Jones, B., Buchhorn, M., Matyshak, G., Bergstedt, H., Breen, A., Connor, B., Daanen, R., Liljedahl, A., Romanovsky, V. and Watson-Cook, E. 2022. The shifting mosaic of ice-wedge degradation and stabilization in response to infrastructure and climate change, Prudhoe Bay Oilfield, Alaska. Arctic Science, Just-IN 3 February 2022. doi:10.1139/as-2021-0024(Open Access)
    3. Liew, M., Xiao, M., farguharson, L., Nicolsky, D., Jensen, A., Romanovsky, V., Peirce, J., Alessa, L., McComb, C., Zhang, X. and Jones, B. 2022. Understanding Effects of Permafrost Degradation and Coastal Erosion on Civil Infrastructure in Arctic Coastal Villages: A Community Survey and Knowledge Co-Production. Journal of Marine Science and Engineering, 10:422. doi:10.3390/jmse10030422(Open Access)
    4. Walker, D.A., Bartsch, A., Bergstedt, H., Bhatt, U.S., Brown, J., Daanen, R., Epstein, E., Frost, G.V., Jones, B.M. & (...) Zwieback, S. 2022. 70-year retrospective of remote sensing applied to cumulative impact assessments, Prudhoe Bay Oilfield, Alaska. (Presentation)
    5. Walker, D.A., Raynolds, M.K., Kanevskiy, Shur, Y., Romanovsky, V.E., Jones, B.M., Buchhorn, M., Jorgenson, M.T., Sibik, J., Breen, A.L., Kade, A., Watson-Cook, E., Matyshak, G., Bergstedt, H., Liljedahl, A., Daanen, R., Connor, B., Nicolsky, D. and Peirce, J.L. 2022. Cumulative impacts of a gravel road and climate change in an ice-wedge polygon landscape, Prudhoe Bay, Alaska. Arctic Science, Just-IN 2 March 2022. doi:10.1139/as-2021-0014(Open Access)
  1. 2021

    1. Bergstedt, H., Jones, B., Walker, D., Peirce, J, Bartsch, A. and Pointner, G. 2021. Quantifying the spatial and temporal influence of infrastructure on seasonal snow melt timing and its influence on vegetation productivity and early season surface water cover in the Prudhoe Bay Oilfields. EGU General Assembly, Online, 19-30 April 2021, EGU21-10296. doi:10.5194/egusphere-egu21-10296, 2021 (Presentation)
    2. Bhatt, U.S., Walker, D.A., Raynolds, M.K., Walsh, J.E., Bieniek, P.A., Cai, L., Comiso, J.C., Epstein, H.E., Frost, G.V., Gersten, R., Hendricks, A.S., Pinzon, J.E., Stock, L. and Tucker, C. 2021. Climate drivers of Arctic tundra variability and change using an indicators framework. Environmental Research Letters, 16:055019. doi:10.1088/1748-9326/abe676
    3. Frost, G.V., Bhatt, U.S., Epstein, H.E., Myers-Smith, I., Phoenix, G.K., Berner, L.T., Bjerke, J.W., Forbes, B.C., Goetz, S.J., Kerby, J.T., Macander, M.J., Park, T., Raynolds, M.K., Tømmervik, H. and Walker, D.A. 2021. Tundra greenness. In: R.L. Thoman, J. Richter-Menge, and M.L. Druckenmiller (eds.), Arctic Report Card 2020, pp. 68-78. doi:10.25923/46rm-0w23 (Website)
    4. Frost, G.V., Macander, M.J., Bhatt, U.S., Epstein, H.E., Berner, L.T., Bjerke, J.W., Forbes, B.C., Goetz, S.J., Lara, M.J., Park, T., Phoenix, G.K., Raynolds, M.K., Tømmervik, H. and Walker, D. A. 2021. Tundra greenness [in "State of the Climate in 2020"]. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 102(8):S297-S299. doi:10.1175/BAMS-D-21-0086.1
    5. Kanevskiy, M., Shur, Y., Bigelow, N.H., Bjella, K.L., Douglas, T.A., Jones, B.M., Jorgenson, M.T. and Fortier, D. 2021. Yedoma cryostratigraphy of recently excavated sections of the CRREL Permafrost Tunnel near Fairbanks, Alaska. Frontiers in Earth Science, submitted.
    6. Landers, Z. 2021. Effects of Ice Rich Permafrost on Infrastructure. National Renewable Energy Laboratory Summer Internship Research Poster Session, 6 August. (Poster)
    7. Schneider von Deimling, T., Lee, H., Ingeman-Nielsen, T., Westermann, S., Romanovsky, V., Lamoureux, S., Walker, D.A., Chadburn, S., Trochim, E., Cai, L., Nitzbon, J., Jacobi, S. and Langer, M. 2021. Consequences of permafrost degradation for Arctic infrastructure - bridging the model gap between regional and engineering scales. The Cryosphere, 15:2451-2471. doi:10.5194/tc-15-2451-2021
    8. Sehmel, T. 2021. Potential Mitigation Strategies for Buildings and Infrastructure on Thawing Permafrost. One Health, One Future Conference, Online, 6-11 April. (Poster)
    9. Shur, Y., Fortier, D., Jorgenson, T., Kanevskiy, M., Schirrmeister, L., Strauss, J., Vasiliev, A. and Ward Jones, M. 2021. Yedoma Permafrost Genesis: More than 150 Years of Mystery and Controversy. Frontiers in Earth Science, submitted.
    10. Walker, D.A. 2021. NNA Track 1: Landscape evolution and adapting to change in ice-rich permafrost systems. Annual report to the National Science Foundation, submitted 8/19/2021 (with supporting files). (PDF)
    11. Walker, D.A., Peirce, J.L., Breen, A., Kade, A., Bergstedt, H., Daanen, R. and Watson-Cook, E. 2021. Navigating the New Arctic: Landscape evolution and adaptation to change in Ice-Rich permafrost systems. Field report of the NNA-IRPS vegetation expedition, Prudhoe Bay, Alaska, 13 July-3 August. (PDF)
    12. Walker, D.A., Raynolds, M.K., Kanevskiy, M.Z., Shur, Y., Romanovsky, V.E., Jones, B.M., Buchhorn, M., Jorgenson, M.T., Sibík, J., Breen, A.L., Watson-Cook, E., Bergstedt, H., Liljedahl, A., Daanen, R., Nikolsky, D., Connor, B. and Peirce, J.L. 2021. Cumulative impacts of a gravel road and climate change in an ice-wedge polygon landscape, Prudhoe Bay Oilfield, AK. Arctic Science Summit Week 2021 (Session 19), Online, 19-26 March. (Presentation)
  1. 2020

    1. Bergstedt, H., Jones, B, Walker, D.A. Farquharson, L., Breen, A. and Hinkel, K. 2020. Mapping lake drainage and drained lake basins around Point Lay, Alaska using multi-source remote sensing data. EGU General Assembly 2020, Online, 4-8 May 2020, EGU2020-11919. doi:10.5194/egusphere-egu2020-11919 (Presentation)
    2. Frost, G.V., Bhatt, U.S., Epstein, H.E., Berner, L.T., Bjerke, J.W., Forbes, B.C., Goetz, S.J., Lara, M.J., Macander, M.J., Phoenix, G.K., Raynolds, M.K., Tømmervik, H. and Walker, D.A. 2020. Tundra greenness [in "State of the Climate in 2019"]. In: Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society. 101(8):S272-S274. doi:10.1175/BAMS-D-20-0086.1
    3. Raynolds, M.K., Jorgenson, J.C., Jorgenson, M.T., Kanevskiy, M., Liljedahl, A.K., Nolan, M., Sturm, M. and Walker, D.A. 2020. Landscape impacts of 3D-seismic surveys in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska. Ecological Applications, 30(7):e02143. doi:10.1002/eap.2143
    4. Walker, D.A. 2020. NNA Track 1: Landscape evolution and adapting to change in ice-rich permafrost systems. Annual report to the National Science Foundation, submitted 9/1/2020 (with supporting files). (PDF)
    5. Walker, D.A. and Peirce, J.L. 2020. Navigating the New Arctic with a focus on ground ice: Landscape evolution and adapting to change in ice-rich permafrost systems (NNA-IRPS). IARPC Permafrost Collaborations Team Meeting, Online, 19 February. (Presentation)
  1. 2019

    1. Raynolds, M.K., Walker, D.A., Balser, A., Bay, C., Campbell, M., Cherosov, M.M., Daniëls, F.J.A., Eidesen, P.B., Ermokhina, K.A., Frost, G.V., et al. 2019. A raster version of the Circumpolar Arctic Vegetation Map (CAVM). Remote Sensing of Environment, 232:111297. doi:10.1016/j.rse.2019.111297
    2. Walker, D.A. 2019. NNA Track 1: Landscape evolution and adapting to change in Ice-Rich Permafrost Systems (NNA-IRPS). Proposal to the National Science Foundation. (PDF)
    3. Walker, D.A. 2019. Landscape evolution and adapting to change in ice-rich permafrost systems (NNA-IRPS). Institute of Arctic Biology (IAB) Life Sciences Seminar Series. University of Alaska Fairbanks, Fairbanks, AK, October 25. (Presentation)
    4. Walker, D.A. 2019. Landscape evolution and adapting to change in ice-rich permafrost systems (NNA-IRPS). Bridging Science, Art, and Community in the New Arctic, UVA, Charlottesville, Virginia, 23-25 September. (Presentation)

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