Climate Change and Tourism in Alaska

Tuesday, February 10, 2009 at 10:00 AM AKST
Speaking: 
John Walsh, University of Alaska

John Walsh, University of Alaska
Recent research at the Universities of Illinois and Alaska has investigated the links between climate warming and tourism demand. A tourism climate index was created to capture weather information relevant to tourist activity at a particular location. Join us to learn about trends in the season length and frequency of weather conducive to sight seeing and skiing in southcentral and southwest Alaska and to learn how this climate index for tourism can be applied in other tourist activities and locations in Alaska.

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