A fireside presentation My talk at the Visitor Center in February, 2020 explored the past 20,000 years of glaciation and…2020 | Richard Carstensen | 27 minutes
This section on Áak’w & T’aakú Aaní, home of Auk and Taku people (Juneau region) is organized roughly by watershed. Units below are based largely upon the watersheds Parks & Recreation asked Discovery to interpret in the CBJ Natural History Project, 2007-2010. These are described in Natural history of Juneau trails (2013). Others have been added to fill in the gaps. For example: Daxanáak (Berners Bay) and Áak’w Táak, (greater Mendenhall Valley).
As we expand outward to full-Southeast scale in the next section, a more encompassing unit is required—the 22 biogeographic provinces extending from Yakutat to Hydaburgl
Here’s 13 watershed-based sub-categories of Áak’w & T’aakú Aaní. You can also view them on a clickable map.
Scattered throughout JuneauNature, you’ll find interactive maps created in ArcGIS Online. The map below delineates watershed units for the Juneau. A contour hillshade map is the default, but by clicking the 4-square basemap symbol, you can choose imagery or other options. Clicking within any of the subshed units launches a popup with more information. The box in upper right allows search for any feature on the base map. Try entering your street address, or a natural feature such as a stream or mountain.
In this section
‘Lost village’ of Áak’w Kwáan Every Tlingit Kwáan in Southeast Alaska has at least one ‘lost village,’ known in oral history…2018 | Richard Carstensen | 33 pages
Better basin boundaries During the Juneau wetland surveys in 2014, the Bosworth Botanical team (Koren Bosworth, Catherine Pohl, Andrew Allison…2014 | Richard Carstensen | 4 pages
There are several online sources for LiDAR products originally commissioned by the CBJ for our wetland surveys. Both the bare…2018 | Richard Carstensen | 3 pages
The central chapter in my 2013 publication Natural history of Juneau trails, pages 29-36, is a summary of deep and…2013 | Richard Carstensen | 7 pages (full publication, 72 pages)
Presentation for Evening at Egan On November 9th, 2018, I gave the second in a series of 4 lectures for…Nov, 2018 | Richard Carstensen | 36 minutes
Hover over each numbered watershed; a click takes you to that sub-category. Red dots showing trailhead signs are also linked;…
Surficial geology for the Juneau area, hosted by ESRI. I used most of the geologic surface types of R.D. Miller,…2015 | Richard Carstensen |
One of the most popular and well-used publications about Juneau hiking trails, this guide includes trail information, topographical maps, and…2015 Edition | Mary Lou King | 113 pages