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

Latest News

Read about our latest work in the new Winter 2021 AAOKH Newsletter!

January 12, 2022

The latest AAOKH News is headed to mailbox holders in AAOKH communities – read it here first! The Winter 2021 newsletter highlights: key observations over the past summer and fall, including evidence of killer whales in the Beaufort Searecent weather and climate patternsperspectives from Billy Adams in Utqiagvik, in the Observer’s Corner sectionstudent updates, including…

We’re still hiring! Check out our updated advertisement for an AAOKH Postdoctoral Fellow

October 4, 2021

The Alaska Arctic Observatory and Knowledge Hub (AAOKH) at the International Arctic Research Center and University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF) invites applications for a 1-2 year Post Doctoral Fellow. We are searching for early career researchers with expertise across some combination of the following themes: community-based monitoring, data management and visualization, Indigenous Knowledge, adaptation planning,…

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Please get in touch if you have ideas for sharing environmental observations by Iñupiaq experts in northern Alaska coastal communities.

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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.