Category Archives: Cook Inlet news
TheCook Inlet Regional Citizens Advisory Council (CIRCAC) scholarship program offers the Captain Barry Eldridge Memorial Scholarship for Maritime Studies and the James Carter Memorial Scholarship for Environmental Studies. Continue reading
Real time data on wave conditions is once again available to Homer-area boaters thanks to a recent deployment effort by NOAA, KBRR, ADFG, the Gulf Watch Alaska program, and AOOS. Continue reading
Anchorage volunteers picked up over 500 pounds of trash on June 23 as part of an international effort to improve the health of beaches.
Earlier this month, the AOOS Lower Cook Inlet Buoy broke free from its tether for the third time since it was first deployed in the spring of 2011. Read more about how the boater community of Homer jumped into action and achieved remarkable success retrieving the buoy.
Immediately applicable to the Kulluk Tow Incident, AOOS and the Cook Inlet RCAC release a new data application integrating ShoreZone video, imagery, habitat info, and other data.
Thanks to deployment assistance from the USFWS vessel Tiglax, Homer area boaters can once again connect to real-time wave information.
The Anchorage community helped helped pick up trash on Saturday, Sept 8th as part of an international effort towards cleaner beaches and coastlines. See the photos from the event.
Join the Anchorage community in cleaning our coast! Bring the family, and spend some time near the water making a difference. The location this year will be along the coastal trail near downtown.
Have you ever accessed data from the Lower Cook Inlet wave buoy near Anchor Point? The buoy is about to be redeployed, and we’d like your input for adjusting its location. Take the short survey to share your thoughts.