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Alaska Arctic Observatory & Knowledge Hub: Community-based observations of changes in the seasonal cycle in Alaska's Arctic

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A partnership for Alaska's Arctic coastal communities to share their expertise and knowledge of changing coastal conditions

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AAOKH presentation at the Alaska Forum on the Environment February 12, 2020 - We were thrilled to have a full room at our Alaska Forum on the Environment 2020 presentation! A copy of our presentation can be downloaded here (sorry the videos and animations don't play in this version - contact us for copies). It was a pleasure and privilege to share observations… — Full Story
AAOKH presentation at the Alaska Forum on the Environment February 7, 2020 - Are you going to the Alaska Forum on the Environment in Anchorage next week? Please join us for a presentation and discussion about the Alaska Arctic Observatory & Knowledge Hub on Monday morning, 10:30 am, in Tikahtnu C at the Dena'ina Center. Our presentation will feature an introduction to the… — Full Story
AAOKH presents webinar, Tues. Dec 3, 10 am December 2, 2019 - Tomorrow Dec 3, at 10 am, join AAOKH Science Lead Donna Hauser, Sea Grant's Gay Sheffield, and UAF's Rick Thoman for a summary of 2019's notable observations and conditions from the Bering and Chukchi Sea regions. Key observations and measurements by AAOKH observers will be featured in this webinar. Click… — Full Story

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Participating Communities

AAOKH coordinates observations from Indigenous Knowledge holders across these communities. These observations provide a broad-scale view of changing coastal conditions and impacts on access to traditional marine resources.