The summer of 2017 was used to install tide staffs at communities throughout western Alaska. The Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys worked collaboratively with local tribes and cities, as well as Alaska Sea Grant, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Alaska Institute for Justice, Bristol Bay Native Association, and the Bureau of Indian Affairs. Tide staffs are a simple tool (fiberglass or metal staff with marked elevations) used to document how high water can get. The tide staffs were installed and surveyed on infrastructure in low lying areas of communities, so that when or if a high water event were to occur, local environmental program staff could measure the height of flooding.
- Alaska Water Level Watch Station Tiers
- Coastal Storm Hits Western Alaska. In February.
- Community Monitoring
- JOA Surveys Installs Storm Response Water Level Sensors on Yukon Delta
- Measuring Maximum Storm Water Levels in Rural Communities
- Meeting Notes
- Re-installation of the Tununak iGage
- Summer Surge on Kotzebue Sound
- UAF Deploys Storm Surge Monitoring Tripods in Three Northwest Coastal Communities
- VDatum Efforts in Alaska
- What Was the Biggest Flood We Had?