Kobuk River 2008

This Ecogeomorphology course examined the most critical issue facing arctic and sub-arctic aquatic ecosystems: global climate change. Students conducted a two-week field study of the Kobuk River watershed, located above the Arctic Circle in northern Alaska.

Copper River 2002

Taught for the first time in 2002, the Shlemon Field Ecogeomorphology Course focused on the interdisciplinary analysis of the Copper River watershed in Alaska. This two week excursion provided students with an immersive experiential experience to study the geology, hydrology, ecology, and fisheries of the Copper River.