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Arctic climate change: Alternative futures

While changes of sea ice and air temperature have received widespread media coverage, other changes in the cryosphere and the broader Arctic environment have been synthesized in recent assessment reports. A consistent pattern of change through the Arctic system has emerged. However, the future trajectory of the system is subject to various uncertainties, and human…

Arctic Field Summer School: student presentations

Join us for student presentations by the 2018 Arctic Field Summer School- Norway-Canada-USA collaboration.  When: Friday, June 8 Where: Akasofu 401 Presentation schedule 2:00 – 2:10 Introduction 2:10 – 2:30 Ingrid Olsen, Sofia Kjellman Estimating the response of lake ice breakup to lake depth using satellite observations and field measurements on Northern North Slope, Alaska 2:30…

Google Drive- brown bag workshop

IARC’s Nate Bauer will lead a brown bag workshop on Google Drive: introduction and integration. Work smarter Google Drive integrates with gmail, google docs, slides, sheets, and photos, among many other third-party applications and tools, making using, sharing, and searching easy. Work together Collaborate with IARC colleagues to understand and determine shared spaces and processes…

UAV applications in the Arctic

IARC’s March Research Salon Series Seminar will explore unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV). Come learn about connecting machine and science to tell a story that you couldn’t tell before. Guest speakers include: Eyal Saiet, Alaska Center for Unmanned Aircraft Systems Integration Keith Cunningham, IARC You are welcome to bring your quiet lunch. Where: Akasofu building, 417 Date:…

Partnerships for Place-Based Problem Solving

July 25, 2017| 1:30pm, 401 Akasofu- For this seminar, Megan Godfrey and Sorina Seeley will discuss existing tensions that exist between managers and users, so that we are able to think more critically about what creates good relationships/partnerships and what needs to be addressed in order to obtain them.