Our integrated science and service program benefits the Arctic community by helping identify opportunities for collaboration on the UAF campus, in Alaska, across the U.S. and worldwide.
Key program elements and activities
We analyze, synthesize and provide Arctic climate information, including Arctic Ocean hydrographic information for scientists, stakeholders and the public.
We also support and coordinate Arctic system modeling and provide a nexus for process parameterization, model validation and assessment.
Finally, we serve as a “gateway” or Arctic Climate Science Coordination Center for the Arctic research community through conferences, secretariat functions and workshops.
- Alaska Arctic Observatory & Knowledge Hub (A-OK)
- Alaska Center for Climate Assessment and Policy
- Alaska Fire Science Consortium
- Alaska Regional Climate Center
- Arctic System Modeling
- Baffin Bay Observing System
- Tracking Freshwater Fluxes
- Barrow Flagship Observatory and Testbed
- Cooperative Institute for Alaska Research
- Education & Broader Impacts
- IARC Data Center
- Marine Biogeochemical Model Development and Benchmarking
- Scenarios Network for Alaska and Arctic Planning
- Science Communication and Knowledge to Action
- US Department of Interior Alaska Climate Science Center