First Detailed Map of the Entire Queen Charlotte-Fairweather Fault System
One of the world’s most seismically active strike-slip faults
How to Become an International Star
Set a world record by flying nonstop from Alaska to Tasmania, Australia
Polar Bears Spending More Time on Land Increasing the Potential for Human-bear Interactions
The Aleutian Cradle of Tsunamis
Infographic summarizes geologic history of tsunami-generating earthquakes to better forecast future events
The Glacier-Climate Connection Geonarrative
Explore glacier dynamics, the connection between climate and glaciers, and downstream impacts of glacier loss
The New Water Cycle Diagram!
Downloadable and available in multiple languages
Q&A: Estimates of Abundance for Pacific Walrus
Drone surveys and a biopsy study help provide information for co-management decisions
Alaska Science Center
The mission of the Alaska Science Center is to provide objective and timely data, information, and research findings about the earth and its flora and fauna to Federal, State, and local resource managers and the public to support sound decisions regarding natural resources, natural hazards, and ecosystems in Alaska and circumpolar regions. We have offices in Anchorage, Juneau, and Fairbanks.