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 of recent weather and climate patterns
- check out a new tool to summarize observations
- hear more from Carla SimsKayotuk in Kaktovik in our Observer’s Corner
- hear the latest updates from our students (including big congrats to Kimberly Kivvaq Pikok!!)
- join the discussion about AAOKH’s future
We’re excited to share the latest edition of the AAOKH newsletter, which should also soon be arriving in the mailboxes of AAOKH communities!
Learn more about summer-fall observations and environmental conditions, new student and staff additions to our team, perspectives from our observers, and other great features.
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We are excited to share our latest newsletter! This Spring 2020 edition features key observations and shares first hand experiences from AAOKH observers about how this winter compared to past winters. Don’t miss the new visualization of AAOKH activities to see how all the pieces fit together to better understand the changing seasonal cycle in the Arctic and impacts to the Indigenous way of life.
This newsletter also addresses how coronavirus may impact AAOKH activities and introduces a new AAOKH project testing various camera systems to study ice seals.
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