Annual Report – 2021 Year in Review

The AK CASC Annual Report 2021 highlights developments over the last year while also diving deeper into the work of our scientists and staff.

Runoff from melting Juneau Icefield increases

Researchers travel by ski to remote locations on the Juneau Icefield to collect snow and melt measurements in April 2015.

Glacier runoff from one of the largest icefields in North America has been increasing for more than three decades, AK CASC researchers have found. As the Juneau Icefield continues to lose mass, the flow will…

AK CASC Internship Opportunity: Alaska Fellows Program

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The Alaska CASC is excited to announce an opportunity to join the Alaska Tribal Resilience Learning Network team through the Alaska Fellows Program‘s inaugural Fairbanks cohort. The Alaska Fellows Program (AFP) is a fall-to-spring residential…

Internship Opportunity: Arctic Rivers Project

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Help us spread the word! The Arctic Rivers Project at the University of Colorado Boulder (CU) invites applicants for an undergraduate student summer internship. The internship will be remote this year and can be conducted…

AK CASC at AGU 2020

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Join AK CASC at one of the world’s largest scientific conferences next month! The American Geophysical Union Fall 2020 meeting will be held virtually from December 1st-17th, featuring thousands of hours of sessions and keynotes…

AK CASC Request for Proposals FY 2021

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The Alaska CASC invites proposals for projects to be initiated in the Federal Fiscal Year (FY) 2021. AK CASC expects to initiate 5-10 new projects with FY21 funds. For more details on this opportunity, please…