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IARC logos

The IARC logo is available in PDF and PNG formats. File package (.zip) contains color and grayscale versions.

  • Use PDF format for brochures, posters, newsletters and other print productions. PDF can be enlarged and will retain its quality at any size.
  • Use PNG format for slides and web pages. PNG quality will suffer if the file is enlarged.

When using the IARC logo, please do not:

  • stretch or squash
  • move, remove, or resize symbol or type
  • change colors
  • use the full-color logo on a background (use black or white/reversed version)
  • Please contact us with questions about usage of the IARC logo.

Print publications

ImageTitleContentYearPublisherCitationdoc_category_hfilter
Ikaaġvik Sikukun spring 2020
Ikaaġvik Sikukun spring 2020Ikaaġvik Sikukun spring 2020 newsletter shares the results of Ikaaġvik Sikukun’s measurements on and under the ice to help answer questions posed by Indigenous Elders about ice seal and sea ice change in Kotzebue Sound.2020International Arctic Research Center, Geophysical Institute

McFarland, H. R., C. Witte, J. Lindsay, C. Zappa, A. Mahoney, A. Whiting, D. Hauser, S. Betcher and V. Shaeffer. 2020. Ikaaġvik Sikukun: Bridging scientific & Indigenous communities—sea ice change in Kotzebue, Issue III [newsletter]. International Arctic Research Center, University of Alaska Fairbanks.

newsletter
ACCAP Annual Report 2019
ACCAP Annual Report 2019An overview of activities by the Alaska Center for Climate Assessment and Policy. The report focuses on science, decision-support, and capacity building for climate resilience in Alaska during the period of June 1, 2018 to May 31, 2019.2019Alaska Center for Climate Assessment and Policy

Buxbaum, T.M. 2019. ACCAP Annual Report 2019 [annual report]. Alaska Center for Climate Assessment and Policy, International Arctic Research Center, University of Alaska Fairbanks.

annual-report
A thumbnail of the SNAP Highlights: Summer 2020 front page.
SNAP Highlights: Summer 2020This outreach publication features two powerful visualization tools key for the summer fire season: the Wildfire in Alaska Tool, and the Wildfire Daily Tally Count Tool. With the Wildfire in Alaska Tool researchers and the interested public gain access to near-real time fire activity alongside scientific data that provides ecological and historical context. For other parts of Alaska this season is dictated more by rain than fire. For these regions the document highlights two interesting visualisation tools to help users understand the past and future of precipitation in Alaska.2020International Arctic Research Center, Scenarios Network for Alaska + Arctic Planning

DeLue, M. SNAP Highlights: Summer 2020 [outreach flyer]. Scenarios Network for Alaska + Arctic Planning, International Arctic Research Center, University of Alaska Fairbanks.

outreach-publication
Bering Science spring 2020
Bering Science spring 2020Bering Science shares what federal, state and university scientists are learning about some of the most striking changes in the Bering Sea region. The report focuses primarily on 2019 in the northern Bering Sea, with some information about the southern and eastern Bering and the southern Chukchi. Bering Science was created through a partnership between the Alaska Ocean Observing System and IARC.2020International Arctic Research Center, Alaska Ocean Observing System

McFarland, H. R., J. Prewitt, R. Thoman, M. McCammon. 2020. Bering Science: Spring 2020 Bering region ocean update, Issue I [newsletter]. Alaska Ocean Observing System, Anchorage, Alaska.

newsletter
Berry Times May 2020
Berry Times May 2020With over 1,500 volunteers making berry observations in 45 different Alaskan communities, the Winterberry and Late Bloomers citizen science efforts investigate how shifting timing of the seasons in Alaska affects our wild berries. This Berry Times 2020 newsletter shares the stories and data from these projects.2020International Arctic Research Center

Spellman, K.V., C. Buffington, C.P.H Mulder, P. Diggle, E.B. Sparrow. 2020. Berry Times: Community Report of the Winterberry and Late Bloomers Projects [newsletter]. International Arctic Research Center, University of Alaska Fairbanks.

newsletter
AAOKH News spring 2020
AAOKH News spring 2020Alaska Arctic Observatory & Knowledge Hub spring 2020 newsletter highlights current work to support community-based observations of Arctic change.2020International Arctic Research Center, Alaska Arctic Observatory and Knowledge Hub

McFarland, H. R., D. Hauser, R. Thoman, R. Schaeffer. 2020. AAOKH news: Alaska Arctic Observatory and Knowledge Hub, Issue III [newsletter]. International Arctic Research Center, University of Alaska Fairbanks.

newsletter
Ikaaġvik Sikukun fall 2019
Ikaaġvik Sikukun fall 2019Ikaaġvik Sikukun spring 2019 newsletter discusses the use of unmanned aerial vehicles to help answer questions posed by Indigenous Elders about sea ice change in Kotzebue Sound.2019International Arctic Research Center, Geophysical Institute

McFarland, H. R., C. Zappa, N. Laxague, A. Whiting, A. Mahoney, D. Hauser, S. Betcher, and J. Lindsay. 2019. Ikaaġvik Sikukun: Bridging scientific & Indigenous communities—sea ice change in Kotzebue, Issue II [newsletter]. International Arctic Research Center, University of Alaska Fairbanks.

newsletter
IARC Annual Report 2019
IARC Annual Report 2019Research highlights, accomplishments and updates of the International Arctic Research Center from November 2018–19.2019International Arctic Research Center

McFarland, H. R., M. Tankersley, and R. Ellis. 2019. IARC Review 2019 [annual report]. International Arctic Research Center, University of Alaska Fairbanks.

annual-report
AAOKH News 2019
AAOKH News 2019Alaska Arctic Observatory & Knowledge Hub fall 2019 newsletter highlights current work to support community-based observations of Arctic change.  2019International Arctic Research Center, Alaska Arctic Observatory and Knowledge Hub

McFarland, H. R., D. Hauser, J. Jones, H. Eicken, M. Druckenmiller, R. Glenn, and E. Sparrow. 2019. AAAOKH news: Alaska Arctic Observatory and Knowledge Hub, Issue II [newsletter]. International Arctic Research Center, University of Alaska Fairbanks.

newsletter
Alaska's Changing Environment 2019
Alaska’s Changing Environment 2019A compilation of observations showing Alaska’s physical and biological changes, focusing on the 2014-2019 period.2019International Arctic Research Center, Alaska Center for Climate Assessment and Policy

Thoman, R., and J. E. Walsh. 2019. Alaska’s changing environment: documenting Alaska’s physical and biological changes through observations [outreach booklet]. McFarland, H. R., editor. International Arctic Research Center, University of Alaska Fairbanks.

outreach-publication
Bering Sea Ice for 2019
Bering Sea Ice for 2019An overview of winter sea ice conditions in the Bering Sea during winter 2019.2019International Arctic Research Center, Alaska Center for Climate Assessment and Policy

Thoman, R. 2019. Bering Sea: Winter 2019 sea ice conditions, Issue II [outreach publication]. Rosner, C., editor. International Arctic Research Center, University of Alaska Fairbanks.

outreach-publication
Ikaaġvik Sikukun spring 2019
Ikaaġvik Sikukun spring 2019Ikaaġvik Sikukun spring 2019 newsletter highlights research that bridges scientific and Indigenous communities through sea ice change in Kotzebue Sound.2019International Arctic Research Center, Geophysical Institute

McFarland, H. R., A. Mahoney, D. Hauser, C. Zappa, A. Whiting, and S. Betcher. 2019. Ikaaġvik Sikukun—Bridging scientific & Indigenous communities: sea ice change in Kotzebue, Issue I [newsletter]. International Arctic Research Center, University of Alaska Fairbanks.

newsletter
AAOKH News 2018
AAOKH News 2018Alaska Arctic Observatory & Knowledge Hub winter 2018 newsletter highlights current work to support community-based observations of Arctic change.2018International Arctic Research Center, Alaska Arctic Observatory and Knowledge Hub

McFarland, H. R., D. Hauser, J. Jones, and H. Eicken. 2019. AAAOKH news: Alaska Arctic Observatory and Knowledge Hub, Issue I [newsletter]. International Arctic Research Center, University of Alaska Fairbanks.

newsletter
IARC Annual Report 2018
IARC Annual Report 2018Research highlights, accomplishments and updates of the International Arctic Research Center during January 2017 – October 2018.2018International Arctic Research Center

McFarland, H. R., and N. Bauer. 2018. IARC Review 2018 [annual report]. International Arctic Research Center, University of Alaska Fairbanks.

annual-report
AK CASC Annual Report
AK CASC Annual ReportAlaska Climate Adaptation Science Center 2018 Annual Report highlights some of the events, research activities, and accomplishments of the Alaska Climate Adaptation Science Center during 2018.2018Alaska Climate Adaptation Science Centerannual-report
Bering Strait Sea Ice for 2018
Bering Strait Sea Ice for 2018An overview of winter sea ice conditions in the Bering Sea.2018International Arctic Research Center, Alaska Center for Climate Assessment and Policy

McFarland, H. R., and R. Thoman. 2018. Bering Strait: An overview of winter 2018 sea ice conditions, Issue I [outreach booklet]. International Arctic Research Center, University of Alaska Fairbanks.

outreach-publication
IARC Annual Report 2016
IARC Annual Report 2016A look back at IARC activities in 2016.2016International Arctic Research Center

Timm, K., L. Heaney, and S. Bishop. 2016. IARC Review 2016 [annual report]. International Arctic Research Center, University of Alaska Fairbanks.

annual-report
ACCAP Annual Report 2018
ACCAP Annual Report 2018Science, decision-support, and capacity building for climate resilience in Alaska.2018Alaska Center for Climate Assessment and Policyannual-report