The Impacts of Changes in Water Resources on Northern Societies

Sunday, April 13, 2008 at 10:00 AM AKDT
Dan White, University of Alaska

Dan White, University of Alaska
Water is critical in Northern Alaska for drinking and residential use in villages, for the construction of ice roads and pads in oil and gas exploration and drilling, and as habitat for migratory birds and water fowl. Join us to find out more about how climate change has and will continue to impact availability of water in Northern Alaska.

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