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Joint IARC and Hokkaido University Seminar Series – Event 5

Speakers:Eugénie Euskirchen (Institute for Arctic Biology, University of Alaska Fairbanks)Gaku Amada (Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC)) Register here to attend the seminar. With climate change ongoing, the Arctic…

Joint IARC and Hokkaido University Seminar Series – Event 4

Speakers:Erik Schoen (International Arctic Research Center, University of Alaska Fairbanks)Naoki Tojo (Faculty of Fisheries Sciences, Hokkaido University) This event is over. You can view the recording below. With climate change…

Arctic Research Open House—flash talks

The International Arctic Research Center is taking part in the University of Alaska Fairbanks Arctic Research Open House. Meet scientists through virtual flash talks or explore the UAF campus via…

Arctic Research Open House—scavenger hunt

The International Arctic Research Center is taking part in the University of Alaska Fairbanks Arctic Research Open House. Meet scientists through virtual flash talks or explore the UAF campus via a socially distanced scavenger hunt. Learn about the virtual flash talk portion of this event. Arctic Research Scavenger Hunt!  This Arctic research-themed scavenger hunt is…

FairAir: Wildfire smoke and health

Join air quality experts for a three-part virtual series focused on indoor air quality issues affecting Interior Alaskans. The three-part series will be available via Zoom (RSVP required) and Facebook live (on the University of Alaska Fairbanks Facebook page). Participants on both platforms will be able to join the discussion. January 20 FairAir: Cooking particles, cleaners and health with…

FairAir: Outside-in and inside-out: The air we breathe indoors

Join air quality experts for a three-part virtual series focused on indoor air quality issues affecting Interior Alaskans. The three-part series will be available via Zoom (RSVP required) and Facebook live (on the University of Alaska Fairbanks Facebook page). Participants on both platforms will be able to join the discussion. January 20 FairAir: Cooking particles,…

FairAir: Cooking particles, cleaners and health

Join air quality experts for a three-part virtual series focused on indoor air quality issues affecting Interior Alaskans. The three-part series will be available via Zoom (RSVP required) and Facebook live (on the University of Alaska Fairbanks Facebook page). Participants on both platforms will be able to join the discussion. January 20 FairAir: Cooking particles,…

How ocean acidification changed the Gulf of Alaska seascape

Join IARC researcher Claudine Hauri for a webinar, "Learning from a regional ocean model: How ocean acidification has changed the seascape of the Gulf of Alaska". This is a chance to see Claudine's new interactive visualization tool which covers many oceanographic parameters including ocean acidification. Learn more about the ocean model and tool.

After the Ice video premier

Virtual launch party for a new mini-documentary series sharing stories of Indigenous communities immensely challenged by sea ice loss in Alaska’s Bering Sea. “After the Ice” is a three-part series created through a partnership between the Bering Sea Elders Group and the Study of Environmental Arctic Change, where IARC's Brendan Kelly is director. The Premier…

Discover Alaska Lecture: Alaska’s Changing Environment

UA TV

Rick Thoman, Alaska climate specialist with IARC's Alaska Center for Climate Assessment and Policy, will give a Discover Alaska Lecture. The hour long TV broadcast will focus on Alaska's Changing Environment, where we've been and where we're going.

Alaska Voices launch party

Dreaming of traveling and seeing new places? Why not explore Alaska through the stories of Alaskans, from the safety and comfort of your own home? The Alaska Voices podcast launches May 7. Hear stories of science, growing up, rural life, field work, parenting, tribal identity, climate change and much more. Join the production team for…

Water Day at IARC

People of all ages are invited to the International Arctic Research Center to learn about water. Undergraduate students in the class Introduction to Watershed Management (NRM 370) will lead fun, hands-on, mind-on exploration of models and games that relate to watersheds. The public activities will take place from 1:30 - 2:30 pm in the Akasofu…

Climate change: from cutting-edge science to innovative solutions

About the speaker- Dr. Katharine Hayhoe is a climate scientist who served as a lead author for the National Climate Assessments under the Bush, Obama, and Trump administrations. She also is the director of Texas Tech’s Climate Science Center. Join her on September 9 for a public lecture as she shares her perspectives on climate…

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Arctic Research Open House

Join us for an open house showcasing UAF Arctic research. Walk between numerous facilities to learn about current projects and meet scientists in climate science, geoscience, natural resources, social science and engineering. Tasty treats will be available from Blue Flame Street Side food truck. Free parking. Families welcome.

IARC First Friday

Akasofu lobby

Join us for First Friday at the International Arctic Research Center in the Akasofu Building lobby. Artists include researchers, staff and friends of UAF West Ridge research groups. North Star String will provide live music starting at 3:15 pm. Contributors include: Hot Time in Cold Places by Margaret Rudolf and Matthew Sturm Chukchi Ecosystem Observatory by…

Arctic Science Summit Week 2016

Arctic Science Summit Week (ASSW) is an annual gathering of international organizations involved in Arctic research. It is designed to strengthen collaborations across academia, government agencies, local communities, industry, non-governmental organizations and other Arctic stakeholders. The 2016 Summit was held in Fairbanks, Alaska, USA and included ASSW Business Meetings, the Arctic Council Senior Arctic Officials…