Contact Us
  • Wendy Loya
    Arctic LCC Coordinator

    U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
    1011 East Tudor Road
    Anchorage, Alaska 99503
    (907) 786-3532
  • Paul Leonard
    Arctic LCC Science Coordinator

    U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
    101 12th Avenue, Rm. 216
    Fairbanks, Alaska 99701
    (907) 456-0445
  • Josh Bradley
    Arctic LCC Data Manager

    U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
    101 12th Avenue, Rm. 216
    Fairbanks, Alaska 99701
    (907) 455-1847

Landscape

  • Project#: ALCC2011-10
    In this study, BLM staff will continue to assess the recovery of tundra vegetation and changes in soil properties following the largest, highest-severity wildfire recorded on Alaska’s North Slope since records began in 1956, with an emphasis on impacts to caribou forage.
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  • Project#: ALCC2010-01
    This project uses historical climate records for Alaska and Western Canada to identify patterns in temperature and precipitation that reflect the biome distribution seen across this region today. These climate-biome models used downscaled climate data to help identify areas which are most vulnerable likely to change, and areas of "refugia" where the temperature and precipitation conditions will be most similar to what they are today.
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  • Project#: ALCC2010-05
    For this large and multi-year effort, a multi-disciplinary team of university based modelers will develop a modeling framework that integrates the driving components of vegetation succession, disturbance, hydrology and permafrost dynamics for the state of Alaska. This framework will couple models of disturbance and vegetation succession (ALFRESCO), biogeochemistry (TEM), and permafrost (GIPL).
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