Photo by Astronaut Jeff Williams, NASA Earth Observatory
The Frontier Scientists blog is for travelers, teachers, students, aspiring scientists, and anyone interested in scientific discovery in the Alaskan arctic.
Come here for videos, photos and summaries that put you in the front row for breaking scientific news in the Far North. Research by our team of Alaska-based scientists includes 10,000-year-old archeological finds, photos of active Cook Inlet volcanoes taken from the space station, climate change, Denali Park’s grizzlies, the nexus of Russian and native artistic traditions, and more.
Come along as scientists themselves are startled by the unexpected in field locations so remote researchers are often the first modern visitors to set foot in them.
Contact Liz O’Connell at email@example.com
68 million ton landslide in Alaska: Mount La Perouse - 3/5/2014 7:34 pm
Feeling the heat? 2013 fourth warmest year on record - 2/27/2014 4:23 pm
Atmospheric layers driving accelerated far North warming - 2/18/2014 9:15 pm
The Yukon Quest: a community icon in a changing environment - 2/12/2014 2:08 pm
Inter-hemispheric climate coupling - 2/4/2014 5:06 pm
Tips and Tools for Science Storytellers at AGU Fall Meeting - 1/28/2014 2:30 pm
Data from an impact crater - 1/21/2014 1:43 pm
Cryoseisms and depth hoar in the January cold - 1/15/2014 12:23 am
Posted: November 6, 2012 - 9:16 pm
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