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Exit and Paradise Glacier Foreland, Alaska River and Glacier Maps, Channel Surveys, Digital Elevation Model, and Orthophoto, 1800s-2013

Data Download [901MB] | AK Science Portal | Date Range: 1800s - 2013

The dynamics of the linked river systems draining Exit and Paradise Glaciers have been dependent on glacial and fluvial controls since the 1800s. This data release contains maps of historical Exit and Paradise creek and glacier positions, 2013 channel survey and particle size data, and a 2012 digital elevation model and orthophoto for the Exit and Paradise glacier forelands, Alaska.

Data sets included:

Exit Creek Bank Height Survey, June 2013 Metadata
Exit Creek Transect Survey, June 2013 Metadata
Exit Creek Water Surface Survey, June 2013 Metadata
Exit Creek Particle Size, June 2013 Metadata
Exit_Paradise_C_2012_DEM Metadata
Exit_Paradise_C_2012_ortho Metadata
Exit and Paradise Creek Braid Plain Kilometers, 2012 Metadata
Exit and Paradise Creek Drainage Area Boundaries, Alaska, 2012 Metadata
Exit and Paradise Creek Fluvial Features, 2012 Metadata
Exit and Paradise Creek Fluvial Features, 1950 Metadata
Little Ice Age Maximum Glacier Extent, Exit and Paradise Glaciers, Alaska Metadata

Author(s): Curran, J. H.; Williams, H. B.; Loso, M. G.

Suggested Citation:
Curran, J. H., Williams, H. B. and Loso, M. G., 2017, Exit and Paradise Glacier Foreland, Alaska River and Glacier Maps, Channel Surveys, Digital Elevation Model, and Orthophoto, 1800s-2013: U.S. Geological Survey data release, https://doi.org/10.5066/F75T3HJZ.

Referenced Publication(s):
Curran, J. H., M. G. Loso, and H. B. Williams. 2017. Glacial conditioning of stream position and flooding in the braid plain of the Exit Glacier foreland, Alaska. Geomorphology 293(Part A):272-288. doi:10.1016/j.geomorph.2017.06.004


DataID: 140 | doi:10.5066/F75T3HJZ | Date Posted Online: 2017-06-21 | Last Updated: 2019-07-29 12:41:41