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The Federal Building in #Anchorage has been closed as a result of the earthquake on November 30. #NSSI staff are teleworking when possible and hope to return to the building as soon as recovery and clean up efforts allow. Thank you...
“How to Protect the Arctic from Afar,” presented at the #Arctic Expert Workshop in Berlin reminded everyone that the Arctic is a large and #diverse place, where things are nevertheless very much interconnected. Read the moderator's summary and more on The...
The #Marine#Mammal Mammal Commission will be accepting single-year research pre-proposals until January 7, 2019. The focal area for this research will be "Impacts of a changing ocean on marine mammals of importance to Alaska Natives." Proposals should include meaningful
Information on current funding opportunities available through the Marine Mammal Commission including the annual open call for proposals and any specific requests for proposals (RFPs) on particular topics.
2 months ago North Slope Science Initiative (NSSI) Executive Director Sara Longan, moderated the Technical Program titled "The Great State of Alaska: America's Only Gateway to Arctic Resources" at the 2018 Arctic Technology Conference in Houston, TX... https://t.co/3PrWqWyTmf
2 months ago Today we honor International Inuit Day. Esteemed Alaskan leader from Utqiaġvik, Eben Hopson was born November 7, 1922 and was the grandson of Alfred Henley Hopson, a whaler from Liverpool, England, who settled in Barrow in 1886.