The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge and the U.S. Geological Survey maintain a network of monitoring stations across the coastal plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. These stations report real-time data on snow and soil conditions that may be used to help support future planning of tundra travel on the coastal plain.

Contact Information

man's head, with red leaves in background
Biology: Supervisory Wildlife Biologist
National Wildlife Refuge System


alternative text
Arctic National Wildlife Refuge sustains people, wildlife, and fish in the northeastern corner of Alaska, a vast landscape of rich cultural traditions and thriving ecological diversity. It is located on the traditional homelands of the Iñupiat and Gwichʼin peoples. Approximately the size of...