Author Archives: Ellen Tyler

Yukon Chinook Right on Time this Year

Each summer NOAA, ADFG and AOOS collaborate to produce a Yukon River Chinook run timing outlook and forecast. Check in on the latest developments from this season. Continue reading

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Yukon River Chinook expected to arrive much earlier than last year

Due to very warm weather so far this Spring, the run timing outlook and forecast is being issued early in a preliminary form to give everyone concerned with Yukon River chinook the maximum lead time. Learn more… Continue reading

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Yukon River Chinook expected to arrive much earlier than last year

Due to very warm weather so far this Spring, the run timing outlook and forecast is being issued early in a preliminary form to give everyone concerned with Yukon River chinook the maximum lead time. Learn more… Continue reading

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Op-Ed in Roll Call: Time to Prioritize an Arctic Agenda

Our nation is making another attempt to put its fiscal house in order and it’s clear that we need to make wise investments in critical areas affecting the future of the United States. Continue reading

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Wave Buoy Deployed in Bering Strait Provides Real-time data

A wave buoy located 35 miles west of King Island is now providing wave, temperature, and other real-time data thanks to a partnership between the AOOS, the Western Alaska LCC, and the University of Victoria. Continue reading

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Collaborators Predict Accurate Salmon Run Timing

AOOS, the AK Dept of Fish & Game, and NOAA are working together to estimate the run timing of Yukon chinook salmon.  Find out more about the partnership and the 2013 results. Continue reading

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Citizen Science programs and champions honored at White House ceremony

“Champion of Change,” Julia Parrish of the Coastal Observation and Seabird Survey Team (COASST) was recently recognized in a special ceremony at the White House for her work with coastal residents

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AOOS Arctic Portal Expands & AOOS Opens New Way to Publish Data

Several hundred new data layers have been added to the map-based Arctic portal, as well as new capabilities to search for and publish data. Check it out!

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News Release: US National Strategy for the Arctic Region

In advance of next week’s meeting of the Arctic Council in Sweden, President Obama signed the US National Strategy for the Arctic Region. Administration officials will be hosting roundtable discussions in Alaska over the coming weeks.  Read the strategy.

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Alaska Platform of Opportunity Portal (APOP) Launches in Time for Field Season Planning

Trying to get a piece of equipment or a researcher out in the field this season? Visit a new map-based portal that displays information about upcoming research cruises in Alaska waters.

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