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Maggie Harings stands in ankle-deep water and samples river water for her eDNA research.

USGS and University of Alaska Reaffirm Long-term Climate Science Partnership

By Mike Delue | September 26, 2023

The new Alaska Climate Adaptation Science Center hosting agreement will bring with it 11.4 million dollars in funding and continue a 14-year long collaboration between the University of Alaska (UA)…

Arctic sea ice in New York Fashion Week

By Heather McFarland | September 9, 2023

Arctic sea ice makes its debut as wearable art during New York Fashion Week on Sept. 9. The Sea Ice Collection promotes sustainable “slow fashion” in an unexpected collaboration between…

New research explains “Atlantification” of the Arctic Ocean

By Rod Boyce | September 5, 2023

New research by an international team of scientists explains what’s behind a stalled trend in Arctic Ocean sea ice loss since 2007. The findings indicate that stronger declines in sea…

us coast guard icebreaker healy in ice

14th NABOS expedition embarks to assess the state of the eastern Arctic Ocean

By IARC Web Design | August 23, 2023

A University of Alaska Fairbanks-led expedition embarks this week for a 38-day scientific cruise to assess the state of the eastern Arctic Ocean.

An umiaq (boat) sits at the slushy ice edge of the Arctic Ocean near Point Hope, Alaska.

Research elevates Arctic Indigenous voices to understand climate change

By Fritz Freudenberger | July 27, 2023

Indigenous Alaskans have shared nearly 10,000 observations about the rapidly changing Arctic during the past decade in a partnership with university scientists presented in a recent paper.

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