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|Title:||Site access for a subarctic research effort|
|Authors:||Inter-Agency Technical Committee for Alaska.|
Slaughter, Charles W.
Remote sensor systems
|Publisher:||Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (U.S.)|
Engineer Research and Development Center (U.S.)
|Series/Report no.:||CRREL report ; 76-9.|
Abstract: Access to study areas may be an important factor in long-term field-oriented research, particularly in regions without well-developed road and communications systems. In a wildland hydrometeorology research project in subarctic Alaska, access to and within a 40-square-mile research watershed has been developed both in accordance with a general plan prepared at project inception and in response to developing research requirements. Foot trails, trails for "off-road" low-ground-pressure tracked vehicles, helicopter transport, long-term data recorders, and radio telemetry of data have all been incorporated in an access and communications system. Cost estimates indicate that incorporation of gravel roads into the system would be economically advantageous, given adequate funding for initial road construction.
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|Appears in Collections:||CRREL Report|
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