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TFS Naturalist Journal

We currently collect daily observations of weather, wildlife and phenological characteristics around the Toolik Lake region. Recordings of storm events and duration, cloud cover, air temperature, wind speed, fog and percent snowcover are taken each day. Wildlife activity in and around camp is recorded, including birds, fish and insects sightings. We note the timing of ice out and ice up on Toolik Lake, as well as green-up measurements in the spring and senescence measurements in the fall.

event

Entry # of 3788
TFS Naturalist Journal Entry for at .
Air Temperature:
-60
80
Cloud Cover:
0
100
Wind Speed:
0
60
Snow Cover:
0
100
Wind Direction:
Greenness:
0
5
Fall Colors:
0
5
Ice on Lake:
0
100
Ice on Inlet River:
0
100
See Brooks Range:
Aurora seen:
Inlet river flowing:
Ground fog:
Moat around lake:
Moat width:
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Environmental Data Center Team. Year of data retrieval. Toolik naturalist' s journal. Toolik Field Station, Institute of Arctic Biology, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Fairbanks, AK 99775. http://toolik.alaska.edu/edc/journal/index.php

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