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Grassers Airstrip in the Hulahula River valley 110609 1931

Published over 2 years ago by Matt Nolan

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Grasser's airstrip in the Hulahula River valley is one of the longest and hardest strips in this region and is a popular one used by both floaters and hunters. 

Sheltered from the wind on the Hulahula River 110609 1926

Published over 2 years ago by Matt Nolan

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We arrived at Grasser's air strip on the Hulahula River to begin a float to <a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/sheltered-from-the-wind-on-the-hulahula-river-110609-1926-arctic-national-wildlife-refuge">...(more)</a>

Collecting water samples on the Hulahula River 110611 1943

Published over 2 years ago by Matt Nolan

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We measured water discharge, water chemistry, and aquatic ecology during th<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/collecting-water-samples-on-the-hulahula-river-110611-1943-arctic-national-wildlife-refuge">...(more)</a>

Collecting invertebrates on the Hulahula River 110613 1646

Published over 2 years ago by Matt Nolan

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We conducted a survey of aquatic invertebrates in the Hulahula River in summer 2011.  Here Greta Burkart filters out the invertebrates collected in her kick-net.

Sunset on the Hulahula River 110614 0055

Published over 2 years ago by Matt Nolan

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After several days of mild storms, we were treated to a break in the clouds.  Water levels were low, as the glaciers were prevented from melting by the fresh snow in the mountains.

Camping on the Hulahula River 110613 2310

Published over 2 years ago by Matt Nolan

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We gaged water discharge on the Hulahula River in summer 2011 and also sampled aquatic invertebrates and ecology.  Though it was mid-June, we experience frequent snow falls.

Pano 110814 Fish Hole 2 camp

Published over 2 years ago by Matt Nolan

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We spent a few days at Fish Hole 2 to begin our float trip on the Hulahula River.  Our goals were to investigate the impact of disappearing glaciers on the downstream ecosystems.  From here, we floated to the coast.

Pano 110817 Group Tent

Published over 2 years ago by Matt Nolan

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We enjoyed a nice dinner in our tent at Fish Hole 1 along the Hulahula River.  This Kifaru teepee tent was great -- light, strong, and huge.  I cant recommend it enough.  Scientists not included.

Pano 110820 Hulahula Mudflats

Published over 2 years ago by Matt Nolan

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Our last camping spot of our Hulahula River float trip was on the last bit of tundra before the ocean.  <a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/pano-110820-hulahula-mudflats-arctic-national-wildlife-refuge">...(more)</a>

Pano 110819 Hulahula

Published over 2 years ago by Matt Nolan

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We had a long day from Fish Hole 1 to here, the 5 mile strip.  We decided it would be best to camp at a place whe<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/pano-110819-hulahula-arctic-national-wildlife-refuge">...(more)</a>

Pano 110818 Hulahula Lunch

Published over 2 years ago by Matt Nolan

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On our trip from the mountains to coast, we took a break here for lunch and science.