Results for @author matt nolan
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McCall Glacier (01 Aug 07 17:14)

Published almost 6 years ago by Matt Nolan

At the end of our journey to the glacier, after 10 days of hiking, we regroup before hiking up the moraine next to us.

Ken's Gully (28 July 07 14:44)

Published almost 6 years ago by Matt Nolan

This image is part of series documenting vegetation change, based on comparisons with photos from 1957-58.

Ken's Gully (28 July 07 14:39)

Published almost 6 years ago by Matt Nolan

This image is part of series documenting vegetation change, based on comparisons with photos from 1957-58.

Ken's Gully (28 July 07 14:30)

Published almost 6 years ago by Matt Nolan

This image is part of series documenting vegetation change, based on comparisons with photos from 1957-58.

Ken's Gully (28 July 07 14:27)

Published almost 6 years ago by Matt Nolan

This image is part of a series documenting changes in vegetation in this gully, based on photos taken in 1958.

Jago River (17 Aug 07 12:23)

Published almost 6 years ago by Matt Nolan

Willow bushes take strange shapes on the tundra for many reasons. Here, the winter snowpack thickness protects the lower branches from animal browsing, but not the upper ones.

Jago River (16 Aug 07 12:42)

Published almost 6 years ago by Matt Nolan

Tussoks are the bane of all tundra hikers.

Jago River (29 July 07 13:36)

Published almost 6 years ago by Matt Nolan

Who trims these willows? Visit this link to see a higher resolution panorama of this location and make your own guess.

Jago Moraines (28 July 07 16:52)

Published almost 6 years ago by Matt Nolan

This image is an exact repeat of a photo taken by Austin Post in 1958.

Jago Moraines (28 July 07 16:48)

Published almost 6 years ago by Matt Nolan

These low hills were formed by glaciers, over 10,000 years ago.

Jago Lake (17 Aug 07 12:23)

Published almost 6 years ago by Matt Nolan

Willow bushes take strange shapes on the tundra for many reasons. Here, the winter snowpack thickness protects the lower branches from animal browsing, but not the upper ones.

Jago Lake (16 Aug 07 12:42)

Published almost 6 years ago by Matt Nolan

Tussoks are the bane of all tundra hikers.

Jago Lake (30 July 07 15:40)

Published almost 6 years ago by Matt Nolan

This image is part of series of transects documenting the western shore of Jago Lake.

Jago Lake (29 July 07 11:16)

Published almost 6 years ago by Matt Nolan

This image is part of series forming a baseline ecological study of the Jago Lake area.

Jago Lake (29 July 07 10:55)

Published almost 6 years ago by Matt Nolan

This image is part of a series of transects documenting the western shore of Jago Lake.

Jago Lake (29 July 07 10:52)

Published almost 6 years ago by Matt Nolan

This image is part of series forming a baseline ecological study of the Jago Lake area.