A partnership for residents of Arctic Alaska coastal communities to share expertise and knowledge of changing coastal conditions

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Congratulations UAF graduate Kimberly Kivvaq Pikok!!

May 3, 2021

This past weekend was graduation at UAF. Congratulations and Aarigaa to Kimberly Kivvaq Pikok on her graduation!!! Kim received a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology & Wildlife from UAF, and we have been so lucky to have her on our AAOKH team for the past year. We’re excited to have her continue to work…

Congrats to Roberta, Mik’, and Kim on recent student presentations!!

April 6, 2021

One of our goals at AAOKH is to create STEM opportunities for research and engagement for Alaska Native students, and our current AAOKH-affiliated students certainly make us proud! Check out these recent student-led scientific presentations. Check out a copy of Roberta Turraaq Glenn’s recent presentation at Arctic Science Summit Week, where she was also a…

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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.