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Rocket flies high over Norway in UAF scientist’s atmosphere experiment
December 1, 2021
A NASA sounding rocket soared high from a launchpad in Norway on Wednesday morning in a decades-old quest to understand the cause of a persistent...
'Erratic' collaboration supports both science and art
November 23, 2021
A random meeting between a scientist and an artist in the remote and quirky village of McCarthy, Alaska, last year led to new ways to communicate...
UAF participating in new NSF institutes
November 22, 2021
Two researchers at the University of Alaska Fairbanks Geophysical Institute will participate in a new five-year $75 million effort by the...
UAF scientist reveals cause of lost magnetism at meteorite site
November 19, 2021
A University of Alaska Fairbanks scientist has discovered a method for detecting and better defining meteorite impact sites that have long lost...
GINA provides a guiding hand in Arctic Ocean research
November 11, 2021
The research vessel Sikuliaq navigated among and around the chunks and slabs of Arctic sea ice above Alaska for several weeks on two voyages this...
Student’s research upends understanding of upper atmospheric wind
November 9, 2021
Space physicist Mark Conde had been seeing something curious in his atmospheric research data since the 1990s. But it was not until three years...
UAF scientist seeks recruits for weather army
October 22, 2021
The weather army in Alaska is recruiting more volunteers. About 200 Alaskans already participate in the Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and...
A year after MOSAiC: Arctic melt ponds hold climate clues for UAF scientist
October 20, 2021
Melinda Webster splashed daily through the clear water of Arctic melt ponds to measure the depth of the water cradled in pockets dotting the...
UAF joins national air quality research with Interior Alaska site
October 7, 2021
A site near Delta Junction will be the Alaska research location in a $12 million multi-state project to determine the content of airborne...