2019 AK CASC Annual Report coverThe Alaska Climate Adaptation Science Center 2019 Annual Report highlights some of the events, research activities, and accomplishments of the Alaska Climate Adaptation Science Center

The last reporting period for the AK CASC (2015) saw Alaska set a new record for its warmest year ever, surpassing even the previous record warmth of 2014. This warm trend continued into 2016 — with this year ultimately besting the short-lived 2015 record.

For the Alaska Climate Adaptation Science Center the past two years have been very busy, marked by continued growth and some well deserved recognition as our research and outreach agendas mature.

For the Alaska Climate Adaptation Science Center (AK CASC), 2013 was a busy year marked by continued growth and further development of our research capacity and outreach activities.

For the Alaska Climate Adaptation Science Center (AK CASC), 2012 was a year of continued growth and further development of our research capacity and outreach activities. In this 2011-2012 annual highlights issue for the AK CASC, you will learn about new investments in research capacity to support high-performance simulation modeling activities, as well as providing state-of-the-art radar equipment to observe and document glacier dynamics.

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