Alaska’s Changing Wildfire Environment

…and Wildlife Service, US Forest Service, and National Park Service. The AICC is Alaska’s geographic area coordination center. AICC acts as the central coordination point for all state and federal…

Yukon Flats Changes

…13- Beaver Traditional Chief Paul Williams, Sr., CATG & US FWS Refuge Information Technician Page 14- Chief Eddie Frank, Venetie Page 15-Linda Wells, Fort Yukon Data sources 1 • Rick…

Bering Sea Changes

…US Fish and Wildlife Service was unable to conduct seabird research. Even so, information gaps were filled through collaboration with community and research partners and using new innovative technologies. Ecosystem…

September 28 to 30 – #bestfloeever

…for finding the #bestfloeever. September 28 We just rammed into the southernmost floe candidate… the floe stopped the Academik Federov, but in return developed a long crack, some 100 meters long….

IARC Annual Report

…help transform the Arctic Observing Summit from an in-person conference in Iceland to a successful and engaging online meeting with over 300 participants (page 14).  The Arctic Observing Summit links…

Alaska’s Changing Environment

…the warmest day (July 4, 2019). Air temperatures in Alaska are rising twice as fast as in other parts of the United States and, apart from sea ice, are the…