New addition to the AAOKH science team: Alexandra Ravelo

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 and species distribution. Currently, I live in Homer where I enjoy exploring Kachemak Bay with my dog Bandit. I’m excited to join the AAOKH team as a postdoctoral fellow under the direction of Dr. Donna Hauser, and the opportunity to work in the Arctic once Read full story

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

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, natural resource management, and/or human dimensions of Arctic change. 

Candidates with personal or research experience with Indigenous communities, Tribes, or organizations will be given preference.

This is an opportunity to co-develop an innovative research project that relies on holistic environmental observations from community-based monitoring programs Read full story