News from AK CASC
An ongoing study of tree rings is helping AK CASC scientists understand Juneau’s avalanche history to better predict hazards.
Last week, scientists and staff from the Alaska and Pacific Islands Climate Adaptation Science Centers (CASCs) gathered in Juneau, Alaska to foster cross-CASC collaborations.
The Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta Berry Outlook project works to identify the causes of recent changes in berry abundance and distribution in order to develop maps and models to aid local residents.
AK CASC’s Ryan Toohey, Jeremy Littell, and Malinda Chase will travel to communities participating in the Looking Forward, Looking Back workshop.
On June 21, 2019, thirteen scientists with the AK CASC and International Arctic Research Center (IARC) practiced delivering clear and concise messages to interested media.