Ice Phenology

Phenology is the study of seasonal natural changes or phenomena. Monitoring cameras are an excellent way to track ice phenology on river and lakes to understand the processes of freeze-up and break-up, provide validation for remote sensing analysis of changing ice conditions, and inform safe travel and recreation on ice. Near real-time camera views and cameras our project and other ice observers download manually are also archived on the Fresh Eyes on Ice YouTube Channel as annotated videos for education, fun, and entertainment.

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22 December 2021

Freeze-up on the Yukon River at Galena in 2021

As part of the Fresh Eyes on Ice project (http://fresheyesonice.org/) at University of Alaska Fairbanks we are documenting ice phenology of community study sites with videos. This is our seventh complete freeze-up sequence for 2021. Thanks to Karin Bodony and rest of crew at USFWS in Galena for support of the camera and making these videos. See it on YouTube here.

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