Project Jukebox

Digital Branch of the University of Alaska Fairbanks Oral History Program

Documents

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2018 Alaska Seabird Die-off

"2018 Alaska Seabird Die-off." Educational flyer produced by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Alaska Region, Migratory Bird Management, Anchorage, Alaska, August 2018.

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2019 Bering Sea Groundfish and Crab Survey

Northern Bering Sea Groundfish and Crab Trawl Survey Highlights, 2019 by Lyle Britt, Liz Dawson, Rebecca Haehn, and Duane Stevenson. Alaska Fisheries Science Center, Resource Assessment and Conservation Engineering, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Fisheries, Seattle, Washington, 2019.

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After the Ice Video Series

After the Ice is a three-part video series that captures the stories of Indigenous communities immensely challenged by sea ice loss in Alaska’s Bering Sea region. Funded by the Study of Environmental Arctic Change (SEARCH), sea ice scientists partnered with the Bering Sea Elders Group, an association of Alaska Native elders representing 39 Iñupiat and Yup’ik tribes in Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta and Bering Strait region, to create the films. The videos can be viewed on the SEARCH website, the Exchange for Local Observations and Knowledge of the Arctic (ELOKA) website, or beginning in early October 2020 the series will be broadcast by Alaska Public Media and available to stream for free at PBS.org.

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Algal Toxins in Seabirds and Marine Mammals

"Harmful Algal Toxins in Alaska's Seabirds and Marine Mammals." Summary article by the National Park Service.

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Arctic Inventory and Monitoring Network Publications

Reports and publications produced by the National Park Service's Arctic Inventory and Monitoring Network for five parks in northern Alaska: Bering Land Bridge National Preserve, Cape Krusenstern National Monument, Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve, Kobuk Valley National Park, and Noatak National Preserve.

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Bering Science, Fall 2020

"Bering Science: Fall 2020 Bering Region Ocean Update - Summer Science Highlights." By J. Prewitt, H.R. McFarland, R. Thoman, and M. McCammon. Issue 2 (newsletter). Alaska Ocean Observing System, Anchorage, Alaska, 2020.

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Bering Science, Spring 2020

"Bering Science: Spring 2020 Bering Region Ocean Update." By H.R. McFarland, J. Prewitt, R. Thoman, and M. McCammon. Issue 1 (newsletter). Alaska Ocean Observing System, Anchorage, Alaska, 2020.

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Climate Change in Alaska's National Parks

"Climate Change in Alaska’s National Parks" by Robert Winfree. Climate Change in Alaska's National Parks, Alaska Park Science, Volume 12, Issue 2, 2016.

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Faces of Climate Change Video Series

Faces of Climate Change is a series of three short videos in which scientists and Alaska Natives share their stories and insights into changes that are happening in Alaska’s Bering Sea and Arctic Ocean. These videos were produced by Alaska Marine Conservation Council, Alaska Sea Grant, Alaska Observing System, and Centers for Ocean Sciences Education Excellence (COSEE) Alaska.

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Fourth National Climate Assessment

"Fourth National Climate Assessment," 2018. Summary by National Park Service.

The National Climate Assesment assesses the science of climate change and variability and its impacts across the United States, now and throughout this century. This article presents the findings and highlights from the Alaska section of Volume II: Impacts, Risks, and Adaptation in the United States, published in 2018.

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Marine Mammal Collection Rules

"Collecting Dead Marine Mammal Parts While Beachcombing." Educational flyer about the regulations surrounding marine mammal part collection and use produced by the Sea Grant Marine Advisory Program Alaska, Nome, Alaska, June 22, 2018.

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Parkaeology and Climate Change

"Parkaeology and Climate Change: Assessing the Vulnerability of Archaeological Resources at Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park, Alaska" by Caitlin Rankin, Christy Mog and Shawn Jones. 2017. Archaeological Review from Cambridge, 32 (2), 56-77. https://doi.org/10.17863/CAM.23662.

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Permafrost as Indicator of Climate Change

"Permafrost Landforms as Indicators of Climate Change in Parks Across the Arctic" by David K. Swanson. Climate Change in Alaska's National Parks, Alaska Park Science, Volume 12, Issue 2, 2016.

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Predicting the Effect of Change in Northwest Alaska

"Predicting the Effects of Climate Change on Ecosystems and Wildlife Habitat in Northwest Alaska" by Anthony R. DeGange, Bruce G. Marcot, James Lawler, Torre Jorgenson, and Robert Winfree. Climate Change in Alaska's National Parks, Alaska Park Science, Volume 12, Issue 2, 2016.

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Searching for Archaeological Traces of an Historic Migration Event

"The Klondike Gold Rush: A Search for the Archaeological Traces of an Historic Migration Event" by Shawn Jones and Andrew Tremayne. Migration: On the Move in Alaska, Alaska Park Science, Volume 17, Issue 1 (2018).

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Utilizing Social History to Identify Impacts

"Utilizing Social History to Identify Impacts of Resource Development on Isolated Communities: The Case of Skagway, Alaska" by Rabel J. Burdge, Donald R. Field, and Stephen R. Wells. 1988. Impact Assessment, Volume 6, Issue 2: 37-54. https://doi.org/10.1080/07349165.1988.9725634

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Vegetation Change in Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park

Long-term Vegetation Change in Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park: Using Historic Aerial Imagery to Detect Change in Forest and Shrubland Extent Along the Upper Chilkoot Trail by Lindsey Flagstad and Tina Boucher, Alaska Center for Conservation Science, University of Alaska Anchorage. Natural Resource Report NPS/KLGO/NRR—2017/1408. U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Natural Resource Stewardship and Science, Fort Collins, Colorado, March 2017.

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