Resources

Browse a wide variety of materials related to the Alaska Climate Science Center and related projects. Use the "Resource Key" below to read descriptions of all the different types of resources and a key to the resource icon types.

 

Resources are listed newest to oldest. If you have Alaska Climate Science Center related materials that you would like to share, please email them to kmtimm at alaska.edu.

Climate Projection Maps Available for Arctic Alaska

The Arctic Landscape Conservation Cooperative has developed a series of animations and maps with baseline and projected temperature and precipitation for arctic Alaska.

New Publication

Participants of the AK CSC and IARC Climate Modeling Summer School in 2012 recently published their course project in Alaska Park Science. 

Featured Resources

The Integrated Ecosystem Model project has a new fact sheet! It gives a brief overview of the IEM project, methods, domain, and its uses in resource management.

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Resource Key

Resources are organized by the following categories:

 


Document

A written planning document, report, white papers, or other more technical document.


Fact Sheet

A short document, generally 1-4 pages that provides general information, photos, and graphics on a specific subject.


Poster

Poster presentation from a conference or workshop.


Presentation

Slides from a conference, workshop, or public presentation.


Educational Resource

Various materials, such as a lesson plan, developed specifically for K-12 educational audiences.


Website

Website links related to AK CSC projects.


Video

Video clips related to AK CSC projects.


Audio

Audio clips related to AK CSC projects.


Illustration

Illustrations related to AK CSC projects.

The report discusses weather and climate highlights and impacts in Alaska and northwestern Canada during the months of December 2016 to February 2017. 

Highlights from December to February: 

The last reporting period for the AK CSC (2015) saw Alaska set a new record for its warmest year ever, surpassing even the previous record warmth of 2014. This warm trend continued into 2016 — with this year ultimately besting the short-lived 2015 record.

This report describes the progress made by the Integrated Ecosystem Model (IEM) for Alaska and Northwest Canada Project for the full duration of the project (September 1, 2011 through August 31, 2016).

This report describes the progress made by the Integrated Ecosystem Model (IEM) for Alaska and Northwest Canada Project for the full duration of the project (September 1, 2011 through August 31, 2016).

These documents list all of the AK CSC researchers and projects that will be presenting at the 2016 American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting, 12-16 December 2016 in San Francisco, California. This sheet is for all AK CSC projects affiliated with the Integrated Ecosystem Model (IEM) project.

The Boreal System illustration depicts some of the landscape characteristics, changes and drivers of change in the boreal ecosystem prevalent throughout Alaska and Northwest Canada. This illustration was developed as part of the Integrated Ecosystem Model project supported by the AK CSC.

The vector illustration can be used as a PDF or opened and edited using Adobe Illustrator.

The Glacierized Landscapes (present & future) Illustrations depict some of the landscape characteristics associated with present and future glacier change. This illustration is the product of a March 2013 workshop supported by the AK CSC.

The vector illustration can be used as a PDF or opened and edited using Adobe Illustrator.

The Glacier Monitoring illustration simply depicts the linkages between glaciers, glacier change, and the ocean and how different parts of this system can be monitored. This illustration is the product of collaborations formed through AK CSC research projects.

The Icefield to Ocean illustration depicts the important linkages between glaciers, glacier change, and the ocean. This illustration is the product of collaborations formed in research projects and through a March 2013 workshop supported by the AK CSC. The figure is published in this publication.

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