North Slope research effort will bolster science worldwide
Nearly 150 scientists are involved -- from microbiologists to geomorphologists -- with groups traveling to the Barrow Experimental Observatory, a 7,500-acre swath of land set aside for research, during the summer field season. The Researchers are taking a
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North Slope research effort will bolster science worldwide – Anchorage Daily News
In the not too distant future, scientists from around the globe will have a better grasp of the effects of our warming planet thanks to a massive, 10-year project happening now on the North slope.
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Improving how we model climate change – Strait Science Series
In this presentation, learn how sophisticated climate models are developed and how research being conducted on the North Slope of Alaska is helping to improve prediction of climate throughout the Arctic.
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Jinyun Tang (LBNL) wins outstanding publication award – Ecological Society of America
Earlier this month (August 2014) ESD’s Jinyun Tang received honorable mention for the Gene E. Likens Junior Scientist (early-career) Outstanding Publication award.
Read the full article in LBNL - ESD News & Events .
Nome 2014 site selection trip – YouTube
NGEE Arctic site selection trip to the Seward Peninsula (Nome, Alaska)
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All eyes on the Arctic - Multilab project focuses on vulnerable high-latitude ecosystems
Wullschleger is leading a team of 125 scientists from four national labs and five universities on a decade-long endeavor to determine what is happening to high-latitude ecosystems through experiments and observations. The researchers plan to use their fin