Ocean acidification threatens Alaska’s fishing communities

Alaska communities dependent on fishing for income or subsistence are most vulnerable to the harm caused by ongoing changes in the ocean chemistry, according to a study by researchers at National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and the University of Alaska Fairbanks published July 29 in the academic journal Progress in Oceanography.

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Volunteers needed at alumni’s fair hamburger booth

The UAF Alumni Association Hamburger Booth still needs volunteers to “flip for UAF” at the Tanana Valley State Fair.

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Arctic Science Conference coming to Fairbanks

The 2014 Arctic Science Conference, sponsored by the Arctic Division of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, will be held Sept. 27-28 in the Murie Building on UAF’s West Ridge.

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Nanook Hall of Fame 2014 nominations sought

The Alaska Nanooks Athletics Department is accepting nominations for the Nanook Hall of Fame Class of 2014. Submissions are due by April 30.

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Skate times available at the Patty Center

Looking for a way to get some exercise, practice your hockey skills, or just have fun? The Patty Center ice arena is the perfect place to go....

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Peace Corps takes UAF students across the globe

Through the master’s international program, UAF’s presence is expanding globally. For nearly a decade, students have been able to combine graduate studies with Peace Corps service, earning a master’s degree and gaining relevant and valuable international experience at the same time.

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