Alaska’s distinct environment makes it ripe for scientific research. Being home to a vast array of ice such as permafrost, glaciers, and sea ice makes Alaska an optimal location to learn about the effects of climate change on communities and the businesses operating within the Arctic. The state’s diverse flora and fauna offer researchers and science enthusiasts a multitude of topics to study.
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Mike Taras has worked for the Alaska Department of Fish and Game for many years, but this is the first time he has said the words “nuisance lynx.”
Due to generous donations from organizations and individuals, the Alaska SeaLife Center is able to continue its ongoing mission conduct research and provide care for Alaska’s marine life.
Unlike all the other days of winter, on December 21, we will neither lose nor gain a second of sunlight here in middle Alaska. The sun arcing over the Alaska Range to the south will follow a path that is almost precisely the same as its track on December 20.
More than 550 students from thirty-one 4th through 12th grade classrooms around the state participated in the 2020 Power Pledge Challenge, an initiative aimed at helping youth better understand energy use.
The Arctic Report Card press conference is held annually as part of the American Geophysical Union’s Fall Meeting. This year’s big picture? The Arctic is changing, and those changes won’t stop any time soon.
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