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A 2,000-mile partnership with the USGS, Kayaks down the Yukon

April 1, 2012

Early in 2001, Bill Barber and Jay Klinck, avid kayakers and scientists, began planning a northern expedition that would take them across more than 2,000 miles of mostly untamed wilderness along the Yukon River. At the same time, USGS scientists were making plans to study the last, unregulated great river in North America, spanning one of the largest and most diverse ecosystems in the world. Soon, the paths of kayakers and scientists would cross.

Citation Information

Publication Year 2003
Title A 2,000-mile partnership with the USGS, Kayaks down the Yukon
Authors Peter Schuster, M. Reddy
Publication Type Article
Publication Subtype Journal Article
Series Title People, Land, and Water
Index ID 70038224
Record Source USGS Publications Warehouse
USGS Organization Water Resources Division