NICOP Dalton Highway Field Trip


Guidebook is finished! and more photos…
August 11, 2009, 9:20 pm
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I’ve posted a link to the guidebook on the NICOP trip website; there’s also a link to the 1983 guidebook.

Also, Nick Bonzey has posted his trip photos on Flickr; go take a look!



Edie’s trip highlights
July 2, 2008, 7:53 pm
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One of the cracks in the aufeis

The aufeis field near Galbraith Lake, just before we got to the Toolik Field Station, is one of my favorite stops. Speaking as a non-scientist, the colors and shapes of the ice, as well as the surrounding hills and the view of the Brooks Range at the top of the aufeis, are what attracts my attention. I would love to spend more time here and watch the process of breaking up the huge chunks of ice and the erosion by the small streams, as well as see the hills turn from snow covered to green and flowered.

For a little more on what I enjoyed, see my Sporadic Packrat post.



Hello world!
July 2, 2008, 6:42 pm
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Welcome to the NICOP Dalton Highway Field Trip blog! This is our (our as in “everyone that participated in the field trip”) place to post a few of your best photos, and write a post about your photos, about the field trip, and maybe a little about yourself.

If you didn’t participate in the field trip, see the brief summary of the trip.




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