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Speaking the language of adaptation: AK CASC climate training brings Tribal communities together

By Molly Tankersley | November 9, 2022

As severe weather increases across Alaska, climate adaptation in rural Alaska is a growing task for Alaska Tribes. Earlier this month, a cohort representing twelve Alaska tribal communities across western and interior Alaska gathered at…

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Climate Change, Farming, and Gardening in Alaska: Cultivating Opportunities

Ongoing climate change and associated food security concerns are pressing issues globally, and are of particular concern in the far north where warming is accelerated and markets are remote. The objective of this research was…

A Changing Hydrological Regime: Trends in Magnitude and Timing of Glacier Ice Melt and Glacier Runoff in a High Latitude Coastal Watershed

Compared to freshwater from rain or melted snow, meltwater from glaciers is physically and chemically unique, and serves an important role in high latitude coastal hydrology and ecology. Today, as glaciers worldwide are shrinking, the…