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AAOKH News 2018
AAOKH News 2018Alaska Arctic Observatory & Knowledge Hub 2018 newsletter highlights current work to support community-based observations …2018IARC, AAOKHNewsletternewsletter
IARC Annual Report 2018
IARC Annual Report 2018Research highlights, accomplishments and updates of the International Arctic Research Center during January 2017 – …2018IARCAnnual Reportannual-report
AK CASC Annual Report
AK CASC Annual ReportAlaska Climate Adaptation Science Center 2018 Annual Report highlights some of the events, research activities, …2018AK CASCAnnual Reportannual-report
Bering Strait Sea Ice for 2018
Bering Strait Sea Ice for 2018An overview of winter sea ice conditions in the Bering Sea.2018IARCOutreach Publicationoutreach-publication
IARC Annual Report 2016
IARC Annual Report 2016A look back at IARC activities in 2016.2016IARCAnnual Reportannual-report
ACCAP Annual Report 2018
ACCAP Annual Report 2018Science, decision-support, and capacity building for climate resilience in Alaska.2018ACCAPAnnual Reportannual-report
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Researcher patents new method of tracking taxable infrastructure

University of Alaska Fairbanks researcher Keith Cunningham has created a tool that urban planners and tax assessors can use to detect infrastructure changes. Property taxes are assessed based in part on the size of structures. Cunningham’s remote sensing method, which was patented last month, can alleviate the need to physically survey buildings to detect changes in their value. Cunningham is ...
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Researcher patents new method of tracking taxable infrastructure November 19, 2018 - University of Alaska Fairbanks researcher Keith Cunningham has created a tool that urban planners and tax assessors can use to detect infrastructure changes. Property taxes are assessed based in part ... — Full Story

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