AK CASC drone pilots head to western Alaska as emergency response asset
Digging for the future of shellfish: AK CASC and Tribal researchers work together to understand changes to a valued subsistence resource
Annual Report – 2022 Year in Review
Drone project brings together Coast Guard, researchers, village leadership, and private partners in Fairbanks and Anchorage
Tuition-free girls’ wilderness expedition program accepts applications
Native American Fish and Wildlife Society Selected to Support the Alaska Regional Tribal Resilience Liaison Program
New CASC Microberry Project Kicks Off
Applications open for Inspiring Girls Expeditions
Web tool offers local climate information
A new web-based tool will allow communities in Alaska and western Canada to see how global climate change could affect their regions.
A team in the Alaska Climate Adaptation Science Center at the University of Alaska Fairbanks created the tool, which transforms predictions from global climate models into more detailed information about local conditions.