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|Exploring the potential of geophones for quantifying bedload tranpsort and river ice break up in the Canning River, Alaska (Sediment/ice breakup in Arctic river)
We are interested in borrowing seismic sensors to collect a pilot dataset that captures river bedload transport and river ice breakup in the Canning River on Alaska's North Slope. We have two field campaigns this year in which we would like to deploy these sensors: 1) March 22 - April 2 2023, and 2) July 14 – August 6 2023. River ice will be pervasive in the March-April field campaign, so we want to deploy a geophone and datalogger to record the dynamic movements of river ice, and determine whether there is water flowing beneath the ice. In the July-August field campaing, our goal is to use the geophone to record river bed sediment transport. The Canning River is a gravel bed river and we want to determine how much of this gravel moves during and after river ice breakup. We are looking for a 4.5 Hz 3-channel geophone and datalogger for these field campaigns.
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