In September 2000, a workshop was convened to identify several notable gaps in our current level of understanding of arctic hydrological systems. Rapidly emerging data sets, technologies, and modeling resources provide an unprecedented opportunity to move forward. The primary goal of this workshop was to assess the current state of the art in arctic systems hydrology and identify the appropriate roles that NSF-ARCSS could play in supporting the relevant science.
Workshop organizers compiled a set of extended abstracts from participants detailing the individual presentations made at the workshop, titled NSF-ARCSS Workshop on Arctic System Hydrology: Meeting White Papers.
This publication may be cited as:
Hinzman, L., and C. Vörösmarty, eds. 2001. NSF-ARCSS Workshop on Arctic System Hydrology: Meeting White Papers. Fairbanks, Alaska: Arctic Research Consortium of the U.S., 86 pp.