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Real-time data from the world around you.

Aurora Forecast

See the lights dancing in the sky.

Earthquake Information

Did you feel it? We want to know.

Volcanic Activity

What's erupting & how we respond.

Webcam & Weather

Check out our current conditions.

Smoke Forecast

Wildfire smoke prediction for Alaska.

Magnetometer

How magnetic is Alaska?

Our Team

Meet our researchers and leadership.

Alaska Science Forum

Weekly column in cooperation with the UAF research community.

The frozen cliffs of Drew Point, Alaska, (population zero) are tumbling to the ocean faster than perhaps any other location in the Arctic.

Fairbanks’s air quality issues began in 1901, when shallow water grounded a Gold Rush entrepreneur.

Fifteen miles inland from the frozen coast of the Arctic Ocean, Teshekpuk Lake is one of the largest freshwater bodies in Alaska.

In 1908, a colossal blast incinerated a swath of wilderness deep in Siberia, at about the same latitude as Anchorage. 

Facilities

Research facilities at the Geophysical Institute.