Changes in Seasonality: Impacts on Rural Communities in the Alaskan Interior

Tuesday, June 12, 2007 at 10:00 AM AKDT
Craig Gerlach & John Walsh, University of Alaska

Craig Gerlach & John Walsh, University of Alaska
Extreme high or low precipitation and/or temperatures and the timing of freeze-up and spring melt, all affect river and air transportation and subsistence harvest in Alaska. This webinar focuses on how changes in seasonality impact residents and businesses that operate in the interior. The goal of the discussion will be to identify specific climate information needs in the interior and to brainstorm ways to meet those needs.

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