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Eurasian Snow Cover Variability Links with Stratosphere-Troposphere Coupling and its Impacts on Alaskan Weather

Using both observational analysis and novel numerical modeling experiments, we showed that autumn snow cover extent and Arctic sea ice trends can force observed increasing trends in stratospheric polar vortex stretching and surface impacts. Our analysis provides a dynamical link between rapid Arctic change and extreme winter weather across large regions of the Northern Hemisphere.

VAWS: Second Generation CMORPH for Real-Time Monitoring

The most important purpose of this webinar is to get feedback from our colleagues in the field offices on how we may improve the CMORPH2 to better serve operational applications in weather, water, and climate.

Laying the Foundation for Resilient Coastal Communities

Speaker: Rich Buzard The UAF Arctic Coastal Geoscience Lab uses a combination of remote sensing, ground and aerial surveys and citizen science to measure erosion and flooding in several Alaskan…

Southeast Alaska Drought

Join us to review the SE Alaska Drought Report. We'll discuss drought history, causes, and impacts. Select community perspectives will be highlighted.

Arctic Report Card: Background and Key Finding

Speakers: Rick Thoman (ACCAP Climate Specialist), John Walsh (Climate Scientist) and Robb Kaler (USFW Migratory Bird Management) During this month's VAWS webinar, we will review the process used to create…

Moose on the Move: Science to Prevent Moose-Vehicle Collisions in a Changing Climate

This webinar will draw a link between seasonal changes in driving difficulty and moose movements that lead to a predictable spike in moose-vehicle collisions during winter. We can use this knowledge to predict the times and places where collision risk is highest, and ultimately reduce avoidable human and animal suffering.