Author Archives: Holly Kent
This position is based in Anchorage and works directly with the Alaska Geospatial Council, the federal Interagency Working Group on Ocean and Coastal Mapping, AOOS, and additional partners to develop a comprehensive plan for coastal mapping in Alaska. Application deadline is 8am November 27,2017. Continue reading
The completed Climate Science Special Report (a.k.a. NCA4 Vol. I) was released on November 1, 2017 Continue reading
Abstract submission will close on Friday, October 6, 2017 at 4 pm AKST. Continue reading
The Alaska SeaLife Center has opened nominations for the 2018 Ocean Leadership Awards. The Alaska SeaLife Center established the Alaska Ocean Leadership Awards to give recognition to those who have made significant contributions to ocean sciences, education, and resource management … Continue reading
The goal of the Indigenizing Salmon Management project is to use a deeply participatory approach to document the breadth and depth of Indigenous values, knowledge, and management systems connected to salmon across Alaska and to use this wisdom to inform current salmon … Continue reading
Vice Admiral Paul G. Gaffney II, USN, (Ret.) argues in a recent article in the Florida SunSentinel that to put “America First,” the federal government must continue to invest in our oceans. Please like our Facebook post. #Voice4Science
The North Pacific Research Board’s Arctic Program begins summer research sampling in the Chukchi Sea upon arrival of R/V Sikuliaq in Nome, June 7th. This is the first of several research cruises planned for 2017-2019.
The 2017 timing for Yukon River Chinook is expected to be slightly early to average. The first significant pulse of Chinook in the Lower river is expected around June 10, which is four days earlier than the long-term average 1961 – 2016. Continue reading
The AOOS/Axiom team worked with Defenders of Wildlife to develop this interactive web-based map tool. Continue reading
The 2017 Battelle/MIT postdoctoral program application deadline is August 1, 2017. Target areas this year include marine autonomy, undersea communication and marine navigation.