University of Alaska Fairbanks Geophysical Institute professor Carl Tape and colleagues witnessed accelerating activity before a 2016 earthquake at Minto Flats, and this research discovery may help to detect early warning signs for earthquakes.
Scientist and former University of Alaska Fairbanks faculty member Matt Nolan is reaching new peaks in precision mapping of Denali. Using a single-engine airplane, Nolan weaved through Denali’s topography using a GPS system and fodar, the combined measurement of color and surface elevation from a digital camera.
The Sitka Sound Science Center (SSSC), a nonprofit science center and aquarium in the southeast community of Sitka, is seeking seasonal summer interpreters to lead aquarium and hatchery tours, greet guests, sell admissions and answer questions from visitors. This public-facing position runs from May – September.