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Scientists at the Geophysical Institute study geophysical processes in action from the center of Earth to the surface of the sun and beyond. The Institute turns data and observations into information useful for research, state and national needs. Much of this research is performed by Institute faculty, staff and students as part of their regular work.

An Act of Congress established the Geophysical Institute in 1946. Since that time, the Institute has earned an international reputation for studying Earth and its physical environments at high latitudes and is now diversified into seven major research units. Institute faculty and research staff serve on a number of advisory boards providing scientific evaluation and ideas for a wide range of concerns.

At the Geophysical Institute, research and education proceed hand-in-hand. Opportunities abound for undergraduate and graduate research with our renowned scientists.

This year's Science for Alaska Lecture Series will be held
in the Westmark Hotel Gold Room on Tuesdays at 7:00 p.m.,
January 20 through February 24, 2015.


 

Jan. 20 Weird Stuff You Ought to Know About Snow
Presented by Matthew Sturm


 

Jan. 27 The Next Big Earthquake
Presented by Michael West


 

Feb. 3 Polar Adventures: The Voyages of the Research Vessel Sikuliaq
Presented by Michael Castellini


 

Feb. 10 Flying Robots! How Drones are Revolutionizing Science in Alaska
Presented by Sean Barberie


 

Feb. 17 Weather Satellites and Alaska
Presented by Eric Stevens


 

Feb. 24 Changing Relationship Among Alaska Hunters, Wildlife,
and Habitat

Presented by Todd Brinkman


 

For further information, please call 907-474-7558
or visit gi.alaska.edu/PublicInformation/SFALS2015.

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