AK CASC to continue as University of Alaska-USGS partnership

Maggie Harings stands in ankle-deep water using a scientific instrument to sample river water for eDNA analysis.

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) and the United States Geological…

Position Opening: Science Communicator

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Help the AK CASC share compelling stories about climate change science and adaptation across the state! This position will serve as a point of contact for media inquiries, contribute to graphic design, strategic communication, and…

Annual Report – 2023 Year in Review

The AK CASC Annual Report 2023 highlights developments over the last year while also diving deeper into the work of our scientists and staff.

USGS releases new water cycle illustrations

Water Cycle illustration.

The USGS has published a series of water cycle diagrams which illustrate the flow of water through natural and human-impacted earth systems. Whether as frozen highways, churning seas, or thawed rivers and streams full of…

AK CASC science at AGU 2022

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AK CASC researchers and students are participating in the 2022 American Geophysical Union fall meeting held both virtually and in Chicago. We hope to connect with our colleagues and friends during the following presentations and events.…