US Geological Survey

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Hydrologic Investigations

Hydrologic investigations cover a range of issues and locations to provide reimbursable customers with specific research or monitoring to address management or regulatory goals. For example, the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities have the need to monitor bridges for scour around piers. Real-time scour monitoring equipment has been installed at a number of sites and two-dimensional hydrodynamic models are being calibrated to predict scour at differing flow conditions. The National Park Service has wide-ranging needs for inventory and monitoring of the hydrologic system with a specific emphasis on baseline water-quality conditions. The Matanuska-Susitna Borough Planning Department needs a greater understanding of the interaction between ground water and lakes, and the effects of rapidly expanding development on their water resources.

Data and Resources

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Status: Ongoing
Start Date: 1984/12/31
Type: Project
Primary Contact
Frenzel, Steven A.
Work: (907) 786-7107
Other Contacts
Frenzel, Steven A.
Work: (907) 786-7107
Primary Agency
US Geological Survey

Other Agencies
Alaska Department of Natural Resources, US Geological Survey, National Park Service, US Federal Emergency Management Agency, Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities, USDA Forest Service, Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory, US Fish and Wildlife Service, Alaska Department of Fish and Game

ISO Topics

Alaska, Northslope Borough

Ongoing North Slope Projects

Source Portal
North Slope Science Catalog ::

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