The Alaska Center for Climate Assessment and Policy (a NOAA Regional Integrated Sciences and Assessments team) seeks a post-doctoral research fellow to explore the social and economic impacts of climate change in Alaska from an interdisciplinary perspective.
Landscape Conservation Cooperatives (LCCs) bring partners together to work on conservation solutions that help communities and decision makers adapt to and thrive in a rapidly changing north. This presentation will give an overview of the four Alaska LCCs.
Dave will talk about the challenges of communicating with a social media audience, and share tips and considerations for crafting an understandable, eye-catching message, and shareable message for your audience.
Dr. Katharine Hayhoe is a climate scientist and director of the Climate Science Center at Texas Tech University. Join her on September 9 for a free public lecture as she shares her perspectives on climate change, science and future solutions.
This talk will look at how the summer of 2019 turned out from a climate and drought perspective across the temperate rainforest of Southeast Alaska and look into if the region will see a wet autumn and snowy winter.
In this video presentation recorded at the 2019 Glen Gerberg Weather & Climate Summit, ACCAP Climate Specialist Rick Thoman gives a brief background of his career, as well as what the International Arctic Research Center at UAF is doing to evaluate climate change.