AAOKH News

New maps available: ice trails used by Utqiaġvik whalers

April 25, 2022

Similar to previous years, we are excited to share ice trail maps used by Utqiaġvik whalers, including a map of ice thickness along the trails. Josh Jones (AAOKH) and Matt Drukenmiller (NSIDC) have taken the lead on this mapping effort, with support from Craig George, Kimberly Kivvaq Pikok, and several team members from the UAF…

New addition to the AAOKH science team: Alexandra Ravelo

April 18, 2022

We are thrilled to welcome Alexandra Ravelo as a postdoctoral fellow to our AAOKH science team! Alex shares: “I am a marine ecologist specialized in invertebrate community ecology and near shore ecosystems. My doctoral thesis focused on describing patterns of invertebrate communities on the Alaska Arctic shelves and the environmental drivers that influence community metrics…

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 Sea recent weather and climate patterns perspectives from Billy Adams in Utqiagvik, in the Observer’s Corner section…

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,…

Check out the latest AAOKH Newsletter!

July 8, 2021

The latest AAOKH News is headed to mailbox holders in AAOKH communities – read it here first! Learn more about: key observations over the past winter and spring participate in a survey about fish in your community to help Mik’aq Lindley’s graduate research about how fish are changing in northern coastal Alaska see a summary…