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Cook Inlet Resources

Access Data – view and download spatial data through CIRT Cook Inlet Modeling Working Group Model Listing -wind, wave, and circulation Modeling Workshop Links and Partners

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AOOS Launches Cook Inlet Response Tool

Immediately applicable to the Kulluk Tow Indicent, AOOS and the Cook Inlet RCAC release a new data application integrating ShoreZone video, imagery, habitat info, and other data.

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Communicating Ocean Science Workshop

REGISTER NOW for the 7th annual workshop at the 2013 Alaska Marine Science Symposium, and walk away with tools for reaching a broader audience.

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Cook inlet menu list

Access Data – view and download spatial data through CIRT Cook Inlet Modeling Working Group – goals, objectives, and summaries Model Listing -wind, wave, and circulation Modeling Workshop (2010) – report, participants, and presentations Links and Partners

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Alaska’s Future without a Coastal Management Program

Read the summary from the latest Alaska Marine Policy Forum, which includes state and federal perspectives.

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Japanese Earthquake Triggers Tsunami in the Pacific; no damage in Alaska

Following an 8.9 magnitude earthquake in Japan on the morning of March 11, a tsunami advisory was issued for coastal areas of Alaska and Hawaii as well as other regions of the Pacific including California, Oregon and Washington.

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Another record low for sea ice extent

Arctic sea ice was at its lowest extent in January 2011 compared with any other time in the last 32 years, according to a new report by the U.S. National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC).

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