Category Archives: News
Plastic trash can be found around the world-even the Arctic. Scientists have found that this marine litter is present at the sea surface of Arctic waters, though they’re still unsure how it made it so far north.
All eight Arctic nations — including Canada and Russia — are to sign a historic deal next week for their coast guards to work together in the treacherous and increasingly accessible waters of the North. Creating the Arctic Coast … Continue reading
The Office of Boards and Commissions is accepting applications for the PUBLIC SEATS on the BOARD OF FISHERIES. Please submit your application online here or email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The OFFICE OF BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS is accepting applications for the CENTRAL SOUTHEAST ALASKA SEAT ON THE MARINE TRANSPORTATION ADVISORY BOARD. Please submit your application online at http://gov.alaska.gov/Walker/services/boards-commissions/apply-info.html or email your resume to email@example.com.
ALASKA MARINE CONSERVATION COUNCIL RAFFLE TICKETS are now available. The raffle has been popular across Alaska for years, as it offers a chance to win a grand prize of $10,000 by purchasing a $100 ticket. Continue reading
The US COAST GUARD HAS RECERTIFIED COOK INLET RCAC through 2016. CIRCAC, now celebrating its 25th anniversary, was first certified in 1991 a year after its creation. The certification process is conducted annually by the USCG to ensure that CIRCAC … Continue reading
Data feeds from water level sensors installed at Platinum, Wales, and Kotzebue have been added to the Real-Time Sensor Portal. Continue reading
The Alaska Sea Grant Marine Advisory Program is recruiting for a Research Assistant Professor, Coastal Community Resilience and Adaptation Specialist. Continue reading
The purpose of this blog is to provide the public and media with information about this oceanic occurrence and the Blob’s realized and potential effects on Alaska’s marine resources. Continue reading
For the fourth year, a partnership between NOAA, ADF&G, and AOOS has produced a surprisingly accurate forecast for Chinook salmon run timing by factoring in sea surface temperature, air temperature, and sea ice. Continue reading