Category Archives: News
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AOOS Director Molly McCammon was asked to testify in Washington DC June 7 by Alaska Congressman Don Young. Continue reading
We want to let you know the buoy is currently down due to a dead battery and will be pulled from the water for maintenance and battery replacement. Continue reading
An advisory has been issued for harvesters, managers and the public about how spring weather conditions may impact the timing of the Chinook salmon run on the Yukon River delta. The initial forecast is for an earlier than average timing for the … Continue reading
Axiom Data Science will be holding a Metadata workshop and two metadata office hour sessions during the upcoming Alaska Marine Science Symposium. Drop-in to find out how to organize and/or document your dataset and ask specific questions of the experts! Continue reading
Federal mapping agencies are working together to coordinate U.S. coastal survey efforts. We want to work with you! You’re invited to join us at the 2nd Alaska Coastal Mapping Summit where we will discuss long-term mapping data requirements, near-term acquisition … Continue reading
BOEM is beginning to formulate its FY2019 Environmental Studies Development Plan covering all BOEM energy and minerals activities, and invites your input in identifying potential study ideas for consideration on Alaska, Atlantic, Gulf of Mexico and Pacific OCS areas. Continue reading
Early winter has been a busy time for ocean acidification outreach in Alaska, where conversations about ocean acidification and engagement between researchers and the public took place in two communities, a school, a statewide conference, and a multi-state expo. Continue reading
The ATN workshop is being hosted by the Alaska Ocean Observing System in Anchorage fro December 5-6, 2017 at the downtown Marriott. The first day is being webcast.
The Kelley Lab at the University of Alaska Fairbanks is looking for a PhD student to study the physiological impacts of increased pCO2 on clam species that are of subsistence importance to Alaska Native communities. Continue reading