Dozens of federal, state and local agencies have a say on how development happens in arctic Alaska. A new report makes the case for doing a better job coordinating the work those agencies are doing as big decisions are made on important arctic issues.
While rhythm can often be hard enough to find among humans, finding it in the animal kingdom has been even more rare.
After nearly half a century of research in planetary and climate science for NASA, James E. Hansen is retiring on Wednesday to pursue his passion for climate activism
Scientists know sea otters have a profound impact on their ecosystem, but in Southeast Alaska the details of those interactions are hazy.
The National Snow and Ice Data center based in Colorado report arctic sea ice reached its maximum extent for the winter on March 15th.
By the time today’s K-12 students grow up, the challenges posed by climate change are expected to be severe and sweeping. Now, for the first time, new federal science standards due out this month will recommend that U.S. public school students learn about this climatic shift taking place.
The female otter was transferred to the Vancouver Aquarium last Friday where she now lives with a couple of other SeaLife Center alums, Tanu and Elfin.
Alaska’s warning communications system will be tested as part of Tsunami Preparedness Week.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is predicting a warmer-than-normal spring for most of the United States.
Without “a few years” warning, humans currently have no capacity to stop an asteroid on a collision course with the planet, scientists told a Senate panel Wednesday.