Project Jukebox

Digital Branch of the University of Alaska Fairbanks Oral History Program

Science Presentations


meeting.jpgBelow are links to PDF's of the Powerpoint presentations made by scientists at the Stakeholders and Climate Change Meeting on February 15 and 16, 2010 in Fairbanks, Alaska. The purpose of the meeting was to bring together local experts and scientists to discuss issues related to climate change, and scientists gave presentations addressing some of the issues raised in the communities about impacts to their subsistence livelihoods.

David Atkinson: "Climate Patterns in the Interior;" "Context-Specific Weather and Climate Indicators: Helping to Quantify Observations From the Land"

Nancy Fresco: "Using SNAP Climate Models to Project Species Shifts, Biome Change, and Landscape Connections"

Larry Hinzman: "Warmer Climate, Thawing Permafrost: What Will Happen to the Yukon Watershed"

Amanda Rosenberger: "Climate and Fish Communities in the Interior: Landscape Perspectives and Future Research Directions"

Sarah Trainor: "Climate Change and Fire in Alaska"