Aerial view of Accomplishment Creek and the Sagavanirktok River in the Brooks Range of Alaska.  Photo by D.L. Kane


NSF/ARCSS Freshwater Integration study (FWI) Funded Projects
Thematic Classification

Arctic CHAMP is a funded activity of NSF/ARCSS. The first set of projects, funded under the title 'Arctic Freshwater Cycle: Land/Upper-Ocean Linkages' (or referred to as the 'Freshwater Integration study (FWI)'), links CHAMP/ASOF/ SEARCH. CHAMP is coordinating this effort, and the projects are sponsored by the NSF Office of Polar Programs.

Projects are grouped below according to thematic classifications. To view details about the projects, including Investigators, Abstracts, and Presentations, click on the names of the Principal Investigators. Projects can also be viewed by Principal Investigator and Project Titles.

 
Rivers/Land

Hinzman (5 yrs)
Karabanov (3 yrs)
Lettenmaier (5 yrs)
Peterson (5 yrs)
Smith (3 yrs)
Ocean

Falkner (5 yrs)
Lee (5 yrs)
Proshutinksy (3 yrs)
Steele (5 yrs)
Atmosphere

Semiletov (2 yrs)
Tremblay (2 yrs)
Snow/Ice

Yu (2 yrs)
Liston (5 yrs)
Modeling

Kane (2 yrs)
Serreze (5 yrs)
Vorosmarty (5 yrs)
Yang (3 yrs)
Zhang (4 yrs)
Collaboratives


These projects are a contribution to the Study of Environmental ARctic Change (SEARCH), and are funded under NSF Program Solicitation NSF-02-071 (http://www.nsf.gov/pubs/2002/nsf02071/nsf02071.html).

Arctic CHAMP
Science Management Office

Contact Information
Role of the Arctic-CHAMP Science Management Office
Photo: Aerial view of Accomplishment Creek and the
     Sagavanirktok River in the Brooks Range of Alaska.  Photo by D.L. Kane