CANHR builds relationships and research-based knowledge to improve the health of Alaska
Native people through basic and applied research.
TFS supports year-round research and education that creates greater scientific understanding
of the Arctic in relationship to the global environment.
AKCFWRU is part of a nationwide cooperative program to promote research and graduate
student training in the ecology and management of fish, wildlife, and their habitats.
AKINBRE develops the biomedical research infrastructure in Alaska by supporting One
Health-related research projects and student training.
Located in the boreal forest of interior Alaska, the reseearch at the LTER site focuses
on improving our understanding of the long-term consequences of changing climate and
disturbance regimes in the Alaska boreal forest.