The Strait Science Series lectures are presented by Northwest Campus and Alaska Sea Grant to promote understanding between citizens of the Bering Strait region and the researchers who frequent the Seward Peninsula.
What happens to the tundra after a wildfire? There have been five tundra fires documented since 1971 at the end of the Kougarok Road leading north out of Nome. Using satellite imagery and field data, Colette’s research focuses on how fire affects plants, watersheds, and snowmelt in the area. Come learn preliminary results from her study about the effects of natural and human-caused fires on the tundra.
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Beyond Bering Strait: Where Does the Water Go?
NBS Surface Trawl Survey: Results from Top to Bottom!
2022 Bottom Trawl Survey: What Did They Find?
Wild Weather Palooza: 2022 Weather Review & Outlook
Always Ready, Always Present: US Coast Guard in the Arctic
High Water Marks: Documenting 2022 Bering Sea Storm
The Changing Arctic: Co-Production to Influence Policy
Tundra be Dammed! Beavers of the Arctic
Tech Innovations in Alaska's Oil Spill Response
Harmful Algae in Western AK: 2022 Bloom Event
Young Hunters: Walrus Summit - Navigating to a Bright Future
NOAA's Arctic Goals
Belugas in Norton Sound: How Do We Count 'Em - and Why?
2022 NOAA Trawl Survey: A Mid-Survey Update
Seward Peninsula: A Wetter Or Drier Future?
A Smoky Start to July: How Did Far Away Fumes Arrive?
Honoring Heroes: Rescue By Gambell Guardsmen
Bering Strait Birds: Avian Flu + Die-Off Events
Sea Ice Radar: Coming to Nome!
Bering Sea Ice Seals: Researchers Return!
Oculus Gliders: Drones Off Nome's Shores
The Shark Side: Meet Our Salmon Shark
Wild Weather Winter '21-'22 in Western AK
Harmful Algae, The Arctic Food Web + Summer 2019
Ice Seals: Research in the New North
Right On The Brink: North Pacific Right Whales
Update: McKay's Bunting Alaska's Island Songbird
Jackrabbits of the North
Counting Walruses: The View from Above
The NMFS RAP: Give Input on Future Research Needs
Troops In Nome: AK National Guard Arctic Eagle 2022
USCG, Tribes, + The Bering Strait Region
Sikuliaq Returns: November 2021 Report from the North
2021 Surface Trawl Survey: Partnering for New Data
2021 Bottom Trawl Survey: What Did They Find?
Summer 2021: What Happened and Why?
Will Gyrfalcons Stay?: Habitat, Diet, + Climate Change
North to the Chukchi Sea: Warming Waters + Toxic Algae "Seeds"
Bones Tell Stories: The Shaktoolik Archaeology Project
Naval Research: Testing New Tools in the North
It's in Their Bones: Walruses Past and Present
NOAA + Coastal Tribes: Marine Research Coordination
Arctic Raptors: Balancing Diets Amidst Change
Research At Sea: Joining Forces in the North
Live From R/V Sukuliaq: Mercury and Shrinking Ice
Pieces of History: The Shaktoolik Archaeology Project
Bering Sea Heat "Bombs"
Arctic Research Plan: How You Can Contribute
Bering Strait Weather 2020 Re-Cap / 2021 Outlook
Which Loon? This Loon!
Diomede's Auklets + the 2015-206 Marine Heatwave
Rural Research Wins! 2020 Norton Sound King Crab Survey
USCG: Protecting Alaska's Resources for the Future
Alaskan Ice Seals: Rehab to Research
Whales, Seals, + Walruses: Listening to Track Migration
Rabid Foxes: Protect Your Kids + Pets
Ice Seals: Research in the New North
Spectacled Eiders: Responding to Low-Ice Habitat
Endangered Species Act: Critical Habitat, Regional Animals, and You
USCG Polar Star Patrol Off Western and Northern Alaska
Responding to Warming Waters: Seabirds at Sea
Seafloor Mapping: Evolving Technology for a New North
Ocean Algae in Warming Regional Seas
Bering Strait Oceanography: Local Partnership
Ocean Drones: Counting Bering Sea Pollock
Seward Peninsula: Gyrfalcons
Pink Salmon: Adapting to Warming Waters
Winter 2020 Outlook: Sea Ice & Climate
Alaska Seabirds & Harmful Algal Blooms
Ecosystem Field Update: Northern Bering and Chukchi Seas
Bering Strait Trash Talk: A Notable International Event
Yellow-Billed Loons: Revealing Environmental Secrets
Aleutian Terns: Who Is The "Other" Alaskan Tern
Gray Whale Diet: Can Northern Bering Sea Still Feed 'em?
Bering Strait Seabird Die-off: Partnering In Search Of Answers
Pacific Cod: Winter Travels From The Bering Strait Region
Chukchi Sea: Fin Whales What Brings Them North?
Bering Strait Weather: Winter Recap, Summer Outlook
Savoonga Seabirds: Clues To The Die-Off
Chasing Arctic Cod: R/V Sikuliaq Reports Back
Walruses, Grey Whales, & Eiders: Are Their Food Options Changing?
2019 Fisheries Survey: What Did They Find?
Sikuliaq Heads North: Storms, Ice, And The Food Chain
Winter Sea Ice And Climate Outlook