AAOKH News

AAOKH poster shared at the Arctic Futures 2050 meeting

September 5, 2019

AAOKH will be presenting community-based observations of Arctic Change today at the Arctic Futures 2050 meeting, which has a goal to bring together “Arctic scientists, Indigenous Peoples, and policy makers jointly exploring the knowledge needed to inform decisions concerning the Arctic in coming decades.” Although it’s on East Coast time (4 hr earlier than AK),…

AAOKH observations added to new publication: Alaska’s Changing Environment

August 28, 2019

AAOKH’s home department at University of Alaska Fairbanks, the International Arctic Research Center, recently led a publication called Alaska’s Changing Environment which synthesizes recent  shifts in temperature, sea ice, fish and wildlife, oceans, glaciers, permafrost – and more – across Alaska based on local observations & scientific data. AAOKH observations contribute to a full page description of rural…

Roberta Tuurraq Glenn visits Wainwright

August 27, 2019

Roberta Tuurraq Glenn, a new graduate student at UAF whose project is supported by AAOKH, is in Wainwright today and tomorrow! Roberta is visiting with her advisor Jacquelyn Overbeck who manages the State of Alaska Coastal Hazards Program to introduce herself and an erosion monitoring project idea in person, and to listen to feedback about…

AAOKH joins the BARC Science Fair in Utqiaġvik, July 17-19, 2019

July 17, 2019

The BARC Science Fair starts today in Utqiaġvik! Registration for youth starts at 1:30. Activities start at 2, with a BBQ taking place at 4:30. Science presentations begin at 6pm. These activities will take place today, tomorrow, and Friday. AAOKH researchers, Roberta Tuuraq Glenn and Josh Jones, will be at the BARC Science Fair in…

AAOKH Highlights 2015-2018

July 1, 2019

We recently summarized what AAOKH has been up to since its inception in 2015. Check out our 1 page highlights! AAOKH Highlights 2015-2018 (pdf document)