National Park Service

Southwest Alaska Network (SWAN)

Southwest Alaska Network

Bald eagle monitoring in Kenai Fjords National Park Alpine meadows and salt marshes, both sensitive plant communities, are monitored by SWAN. Black oystercatchers are monitored in Kenai Fjords and Katmai Vegetation monitoring, Katmai National Park and Preserve One of ten remote area weather stations operated by SWAN; Hickerson Lake, Lake Clark National Park and Preserve Sea otters are monitored in Katmai and Kenai Fjords Water sampling at Telaquana Lake, Lake Clark National Park and Preserve

The SWAN I&M Program is one of 32 National Park Service I&M Networks across the country established to facilitate collaboration, information sharing, and economies of scale in natural resource monitoring. It is comprised of five national park units, each of which contain a rich and varied array of natural and cultural resources. These parks and their partners are dedicated to understanding and preserving the region's unique resources through science and education.

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2013 Field Season Highlights

2013 Field Season Highlights

A summary of projects, observations, and new methods used by SWAN during the 2012 summer field season

Inventory & Monitoring Reports

Breeding Birds Report Cover

A listing of published reports concerning natural resources that are monitored and managed at Southwest Alaska Network parks.
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Video: McArthur Pass Weather Station Repair

Video: Intertidal Monitoring in SW Alaska Parks

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