Indigenous Self-Determination in Co-Production of Knowledge

April 7, 2023

The recording of the event can be found HERE. Margaret Rudolf successfully defended her Interdisciplinary PhD Dissertation on Tuesday, April 11th, at 2pm AKDT. Her work focuses on co-production of…

Weather and Climate Highlights and Impacts, Sep - Nov 2019

ALASKA and NORTHWESTERN CANADA – Quarterly Climate & Weather Report: Sept–Nov 2019

January 2, 2020

Autumn 2019 began with drought or abnormal dryness in southern Alaska and ended with rain. However, overall dry conditions have been in place for a couple years, and ecosystem services (e.g. fish flows) sensitive to long term precipitation will require more rain and higher elevation snows to return to normal. Read about the Sept-Nov season and see what early 2020 has in store.

Alaska on the Elevator of Climate Change

October 31, 2019

The UAA/APU Books of the Year program is a powerful partnership between the University of Alaska Anchorage and Alaska Pacific University that brings faculty, staff, and community members together to…

Rick Thoman

ACCAP’s Rick Thoman presents at weather and climate summit

September 5, 2019

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.

Climate and weather: what’s the difference?

September 5, 2019

ACCAP Climate Specialist Rick Thoman explains the difference between climate and weather in this animated short.

Quarterly Climate & Weather Report – March–May 2019

June 27, 2019

March 2019 was exceptionally mild over nearly all of Alaska and northwest Canada. Why? Three main factors were involved: a persistent high pressure system over the region, record-low sea ice extent, and warm ocean temperatures.

Climate and weather on Alaska public radio

Beyond the Weather
KUAC Public Radio, Fairbanks
Fridays at 11:04am

Providing perspective on the daily weather conditions with a longer range look at temperature, precipitation and wind, and the factors that drive them.

Beyond The Weather taps the knowledge of longtime Alaska climatologist Rick Thoman, and is a cooperative production of ACCAP and KUAC.

Weather perspectives focused on western Alaska

ACCAP Climate Specialist Rick Thoman shares brief climate highlights that are broadcast once a week on each station.