News from IARC

Fire-hazard trees could heat greenhouses to feed rural Alaska

By Heather McFarland | November 4, 2020

Eva Dawn Burk is passionate about eating locally harvested foods, and she wants to use them to promote healing throughout her community. It started with building fish wheels in Nenana…

Bering Science report released

By Heather McFarland | October 9, 2020

The International Arctic Research Center is pleased to share the fall 2020 Bering Science report. The report was facilitated by IARC and the Alaska Ocean Observing System. The team worked with…

‘After the Ice’ shares voices from the changing Bering Sea

By Heather McFarland | September 28, 2020

A new film series captures the stories of Indigenous communities immensely challenged by sea ice loss in Alaska’s Bering Sea. The films will be released just weeks after the Arctic…

a forested coastline

New call for proposals from the Alaska CASC

By Molly Tankersley | September 21, 2020

The Alaska Climate Adaptation Science Center at IARC invites proposals for projects that support “actionable science” or knowledge that can inform or be applied to specific management challenges, either locally or broadly across Alaska.

IARC volcanologist receives prestigious award

By Heather McFarland | September 1, 2020

John Eichelberger was recently named one of two 2020 distinguished lecturers by the Geological Society of America’s Continental Scientific Drilling Division. Eichelberger, Professor Emeritus at UAF’s International Arctic Research Center,…