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A new climate dataset representing historic and future conditions in Alaska, the Yukon and Northwest Territories is now available on Amazon’s Public Dataset Program.
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Photo: Wildfire smoke over Fairbanks and interior Alaska. (NASA-MODIS)
We combined maps of Alaska climate data with observations and photographs from residents of Interior Alaska. Together, they tell a compelling story about how things have changed—and continue to change—for the people who live off the land.
(Photo: Dean Painter, Nulato)
Use the Introduction to SNAP Climate Data tool to explore the basics of climate modeling and how it's applied to SNAP's data.
A new web-based tool will allow communities in Alaska and western Canada to see how global climate change could affect their regions.
This 13-minute video, featuring IARC Postdoctoral Fellow Katie Spellman and SNAP's Nancy Fresco, explains the importance and relevance of computer modeling in making sense of climate change.
People interested in the latest Alaska wildfire activity now have a new web-based tool to explore current and historic wildfires across the state.
SNAP researcher Dr. Nancy Fresco gave a keynote address to about 100 agriculturalists at the Alaska Peony Growers Association Conference.
Excerpted from From rotten ice to wildfires: hunting and fishing become complicated in a changing Alaska
Rural Alaskans are talking about how unpredictable the weather is now, and how that makes it harder to get out on the land.
Observers of wildfire and volcano eruptions have a new tool for studying their atmospheric effects, and they have two UAF researchers to credit for it.