This report, edited by Carl J. Markon (USGS), Sarah F. Trainor (ACCAP/UAF), and F. Stuart Chapin III (UAF), served as foundational technial input for the U.S. Global Change Research Program's 2013 National Climate Assessment.
ACCAP will collaborate with the National Weather Service and Alaskan community members to create a searchable catalog, or database, of socioeconomic impacts of extreme weather events in Alaska.
This research aims to improve situational awareness and crisis response by enhancing support for planning and emergency response to emerging climate-related environmental marine hazards in the Arctic.
ACCAP was involved in ICEX2018. Brettschieder’s analog forecasting technique was used in two manners, first for daily forecasts and second for historical break up match for when sea ice would deteriorate to a point where the camp was no longer usable.
This project will engage stakeholders including agencies, local communities, industry, non-profit organizations and academia on scenarios of onshore and offshore infrastructure development for energy and resource extraction in the North Slope, Alaska.
The Nome Eskimo Community (NEC), in collaboration with ACCAP, will develop a climate adaptation plan for the tribal organizations located in the Nome Census area. This includes tribal members of NEC, Native Village of Solomon, Native Village of Council, and King Island Native Community.
ACCAP is a NOAA Climate Program Office Climate & Societal Interactions RISA Program.
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