Watershed Projects
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Watershed Education
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Information Links
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Tanana River Watershed

Welcome to the Tanana River Watershed! We have put together the information on this site to help promote education and sustainable development within the watershed. The Tanana River is the largest populated watershed in Interior Alaska. The Tanana River begins in western Canada and drains into the Yukon River at the lower end. Our latest project, in partnership with the Alaska Boreal Forest Council, is in the Shaw Creek Watershed. Please view our new Fairbanks Mesonet sites for current and historical meteorological data. Please review our project information and data for this project located in the middle Tanana Watershed. For upcoming events and news please visit our News Page.

This site is maintained by GW Scientific to help increase public understanding of watershed issues and hydrology in the Tanana Valley. Increasing our understanding of watershed processes and collection of basic data is important for promoting future sustainable development. Please let us know if you have any questions concerning hydrology in the Tanana Watershed, or any of our projects.

URL: http://www.tanana-watershed.org/

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