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Downscaled data for Alaska
6/13/2016

A team of Alaska Climate Science Center researchers have undertaken a three-year effort to create a dynamically downscaled model that can better estimate climate and weather conditions across Alaska for the next 100 years.

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Aerial of Beaver Creek, Alaska
6/2/2016

Alaska Climate Science Center researchers made significant contributions to a new report that outlines the carbon sources and sinks for Alaska through the end of this century.

Alaska, Climate Change, Science, Blog Post
science communications word cloud
5/5/2016

The Western Alaska Landscape Conservation Cooperative (LCC) is looking for a scientist who excels in taking scientific results to new places and who can link scientific findings to resource, land, or community management decisions as Alaskan communities. 

U.S. Geological Survey, Alaska, Climate Change, Science, Blog Post
Alaska Mountains
5/4/2016

The U.S. Geological Survey has released a Program Announcement via Grants.gov to request applications to host Climate Science Centers (CSCs) in four regions: Alaska, Northwest, Southeast, and Midwest.

Alaska, Guam, Climate Change, Science, Blog Post
Cetti Bay, Guam
4/29/2016

What could Alaska and the Pacific Islands possibly have in common? When it comes to responding to a changing climate, there are more similarities than differences.

Alaska, Climate Change, Science, External News
Glacier
2/2/2016
John Walsh, an Alaska CSC scientist and chief scientist at the International Arctic Research Center (IARC) at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, received the 2016 International Arctic Science Committee Medal.
U.S. Geological Survey, Alaska, Climate Change, Conservation, External News
AK view
9/25/2015
Government officials, diplomats from around the world, and the President of the United States visited Alaska in late August and early September to discuss climate change in Alaska and the Arctic. The Alaska Climate Science Center administrators, scientists, fellows, and research projects were prominent throughout the special activities and events held around the state.
U.S. Geological Survey, Alaska, Climate Change, Science, External News
Arctic Ice Cover
9/4/2015
The Alaska Climate Science Center, along with NOAA, NASA, OSTP, and other agencies, provided scientific expertise for the newly released Arctic Theme in the U.S. Climate Resilience Toolkit. The U.S. Climate Resilience Toolkit is comprised of datasets and resources designed to facilitate resilience to climate impacts, and is part of the Obama Administration’s Climate Data Initiative (CDI).
U.S. Geological Survey, Alaska, Climate Change, Conservation, Press Release
Wolverine Glacier
8/20/2015

On Sunday, August 30, 2015 from 2:00pm - 4:30pm, the DOI Alaska Climate Science Center (AK CSC) will co-host a Climate Science Expo on "How Climate Change Impacts the Alaskan Arctic".

Alaska, Climate Change, Science, Press Release
Department of the Interior Image
7/20/2015

While Alaska burns, researchers grapple with how fire will shape the boreal forest in the future.

Climate Change, Press Release
Girls on Ice Participants on Glacier
5/1/2015

Since Girls on Ice Alaska began in 2012, the AK CSC has been the primary supporter of the program and is looking forward to helping make another year of this innovative science outreach program possible.

Alaska, Climate Change, Press Release
Water and Wetlands in Alaska
4/21/2015

For the past four years a team of nearly thirty scientists have been developing the Integrated Ecosystem Model for Alaska and Northwest Canada (IEM). When completed the model will simulate the effects of climate change on ecosystems and natural resources.

U.S. Geological Survey, Alaska, Climate Change, Press Release
Department of the Interior Image
4/9/2015

A new scientific synthesis suggests a gradual, prolonged release of greenhouse gases from permafrost soils in Arctic and sub-Arctic regions, which may afford society more time to adapt to environmental changes.

U.S. Geological Survey, Alaska, Climate Change, Science, Press Release
Department of the Interior Image
3/24/2015

With support from the Alaska Climate Science Center, University of Alaska Fairbanks researchers and collaborators created the geographic climate divisions, which describe zones that have broadly similar climate variations over time.

U.S. Geological Survey, Alaska, Climate Change, Conservation, Press Release
Department of the Interior Image
3/18/2015

Frozen bodies of ice cover nearly 10 percent of the state of Alaska, but the influence of glaciers on the environment, tourism, fisheries, hydropower, and other Alaska resources is rarely discussed. But a new article has started the conversation.

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