Progress reports, project-related reports, newsletters, white papers, and other publications
|2018||ACCAP Annual Report 2018|
Science, decision support, and capacity building for climate resilience in Alaska.
|2018||Alaska Climate Adapters Report|
Updated sources of information and an analysis that synthesizes stakeholder comments about what climate adaptation research is needed in their communities.
|2019||Alaska Climate Dispatch 2018-2019|
Written for a non-technical audience, the Dispatch features seasonal weather and climate summaries as well as Alaska weather, wildfire, and sea ice outlooks.
|2018||Climate Service Needs for the National Weather Service – Alaska Region|
Weather, climate, and environmental tools, plus training, needed by NWS Alaska Region climate service providers to improve their ability to meet stakeholder needs.
|2016||Coastal Change Research and Information Needs Database: Cook Inlet to Southeast Alaska|
Excel workbook of projects and information needs in Cook Inlet and Southeast Alaska.
|2016||Coastal Change Research and Information Needs Database: Western Alaska|
Excel workbook of projects and information needs in western Alaska.
|2016||Coastal Change Research and Information Needs: Cook Inlet to Southeast Alaska|
Synthesizes current research and management studies that may help to foster better coordination about coastal change in the NPLCC, help practitioners and scholars learn from one another, and identify information gaps.
|2016||Coastal Change Research and Information Needs: Western Alaska|
Documents the project landscape for communities facing change, decision-makers navigating change, and researchers pursuing projects, as well as funding agencies trying to prioritize where to allocate resources.
|2016||Energy and Resource Development on the North Slope, Alaska: Detailed Report|
Detailed report on future resource development scenarios on the North Slope and surrounding areas.
|2016||Energy and Resource Development on the North Slope, Alaska: Report Summary|
Future resource development scenarios, including current knowledge and uncertainties in socioeconomic and environmental factors that may affect onshore and offshore resource extraction.
|2016||Extreme Events and Decision Support|
Summary of projects that evaluate the process and outcomes of communicating climate science for application and use by wildfire managers in Alaska.
|2014||Hollings Scholar Report: Impacts of Extreme Weather Events in Alaska|
Using a database of extreme events, an ACCAP Hollings Scholar compiled a catalog of impacts and determined links between extreme events and impacts.
|2017||Human Adaptation to Climate Change in Alaska: Technical Report|
Results of a pilot assessment of climate change adaptation across a range of natural resource dependent sectors in Alaska, with recommendations for conducting climate adaptation research and assessment in Alaska.
|2017||Nome Tribal Climate Adaptation Plan|
ACCAP and the Nome Eskimo Community (NEC) developed a climate adaptation plan with the Nome-based tribes. This includes tribal members of NEC, Village of Solomon, Native Village of Council, and King Island Native Community.
|2017||Phase II Final Report, 2011–2017|
Includes key partnerships, research projects, project evaluations, and outreach activities.
|2016||Planning for Climate Change|
Brief overview of ACCAP’s work in helping Alaskans plan for climate change, in a concise one-page flyer format.
|2017||Synthesis of Climate Adaptation Planning Needs in Alaska Native Communities|
Synthesized tribal climate adaptation needs assessments, workshop reports, and adaptation plans in Alaska to document barriers to climate adaptation planning, and identify gaps.
|2017||adaptation research-needs tek|
|2013||Tongass National Forest Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment|
Summary of project findings. By considering various future scenarios, the Tongass National Forest can better manage resources vulnerable to climate change.
|2018||Using sea ice and weather modeling data in Arctic search and rescue operations|
Potential use and application of radar, satellite, and other tracking data for sea ice and weather conditions in Arctic maritime-related search and rescue operations.
|2018||modeling sea-ice search-and-rescue|