Field samples from Alaska show how sunlight and iron convert permafrost carbon to carbon dioxide. Climate models ignore this process.
An Arctic research team of 150 members that implemented a culture of safety, inclusion, and trust as the foundation for cross-disciplinary science shares lessons from its experiences.
Using autonomous kayaks, researchers carried out measurements of water properties near the terminus of LeConte Glacier and showed that ice/ocean interactions are more complex than thought.
Scientists examine how best to use science to help communities respond to rapid climate change in the Arctic.
Scientists find links between delayed freezing of Alaskan soils and higher atmospheric methane concentrations during the cold season.
The state legislature decides this week whether to override the governor’s $130 million cuts that could devastate the university and its world-class research.
A rare submarine landslide provides researchers with a reference point for modeling the biggest tsunamis.
The Alaska Amphibious Community Seismic Experiment is taking a close look at seismic activity along the Alaska Peninsula to understand earthquakes in this little-studied region.
The senator from Alaska says the impact of climate change in her state “is real, it is happening, it is now, and almost none of these changes are for the better for us.”
An analysis of Point Barrow’s 40-year record points to the importance of calculating the carbon cycle’s response to temperature during the northern latitudes’ non-growing season.