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Gaging discharge on the Jago River 110618 1054

Published over 2 years ago by Matt Nolan

We gaged discharge on the Jago River in summer 2011.  This view is from the eastern bank looking back on the channels we gaged.

Tag-line over the Jago River East Channel 110618 1048

Published over 2 years ago by Matt Nolan

We gaged water discharge of the Jago River during summer 2011.  This yellow line<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/tag-line-over-the-jago-river-east-channel-110618-1048-arctic-national-wildlife-refuge">...(more)</a>

Tag-line across the Jago River 110618 1009

Published over 2 years ago by Matt Nolan

We gaged water discharge on the Jago River in summer 2011.  Here a tagline is extended across two of the four channels gaged.  We measured discharge <a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/pano-110618-1009">...(more)</a>

Dinner on the Jago River 110617 2055

Published over 2 years ago by Matt Nolan

We enjoyed a nice dinner on the banks of the Jago River during an expedition to measure water discharge and study aquatic ecology.  It's a nice time of year, before the bugs emerged in force.

Waiting for better weather on the Jago River

Published almost 4 years ago by Matt Nolan

We've spent many nights over the years waiting for better weather at this spot.  Fortunately we usually have good company and plenty of homemade entertainment.

Campfire on the Jago River

Published almost 4 years ago by Matt Nolan

We enjoyed a nice evening on the bank of the Jago River, following a long and productive field campaign on McCall Glacier.

beaver on mid-Jago strip

Published over 4 years ago by Matt Nolan

We were surprise to see how little snow there was here in early May.

Hiking along the Jago River (080820 1526)

Published over 5 years ago by Matt Nolan

Hiking out from McCall Glacier, we spend a few minutes enjoying the scenery along the Jago River.

ANWR Jago Bitty (08 July 08 1354)

Published almost 6 years ago by Matt Nolan

This panorama was taken on the Bitty airstrip near the Jago River.  Here we collected GPS ground control points for a new topographic map we are making.

ANWR Jago Bitty (08 July 08 1345)

Published almost 6 years ago by Matt Nolan

This panorama was taken at the Bitty airstrip near the Jago River.  We measured GPS ground control points here as part of a new topographic mapping project in this region.

ANWR Jago River (08 July 08 1604)

Published almost 6 years ago by Matt Nolan

This panorama was taken during a trip to collect GPS ground control points for a new topographic map we are making in this region.

McCall Valley (16 Aug 07 10:34)

Published almost 6 years ago by Matt Nolan

McCall Creek enters the Jago River.

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 (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 (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.