Fairbanks adventurer and Geophysical Institute Science Writer Ned Rozell will give three talks this month as part of the Explore Alaska Lecture Series at the Fairbanks Alaska Public Lands Information Center. Rozell, who has hiked and skied across a good chunk of Alaska and who also wrote a book about hiking the length of the […]
Temperatures in August were colder than normal for six of the nine stations discussed in this summary. Barrow had the highest positive deviation, a substantial 6.3 degrees Fahrenheit above the mean, falling in line with the warming observed in northern Alaska in the past decades.
Temperatures were substantially below normal this March for all of the 10 stations discussed here. This is in contrast to February, which was warmer than normal. Most of Alaska was below normal with the exception of the last week of the month, which was seasonally warmer.
Joins friends and colleagues at a First Friday event in the Geophysical Institute's GeoData Center Map Office on Friday, April 6. The event, titled "Views of the Circumpolar North," will run from 5 to 7 p.m. and is free to the public.