AK CASC at AGU 2021

The 2021 American Geophysical Union fall meeting begins next week, held both virtually and in New Orleans. AK CASC scientists and fellows will be presenting and convening sessions on a range of topics in climate…

Position Opening: Postdoctoral Researcher in Snow Avalanche Hazards

snow-covered mountain and trees

The Alaska Climate Adaptation Science Center (AK CASC) and the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF) are seeking an early career researcher interested in snow avalanches, climate change, and natural resource management in Alaska. The postdoctoral research fellow…

Position Opening: Senior Tribal Climate Resilience Liaison

This position has closed. Future Alaska climate resilience liaison positions with NAFWS may be listed on this website. The Native American Fish and Wildlife Society (NAFWS), which has recently been selected to provide ongoing support…

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…