Published in Alaska Public Media: New study on Arctic warming: Was 2017 a tipping point?

April 6, 2020

Scientists share information on dramatic changes in the Pacific Arctic ecosystems and what the warmer water means

 

How is climate change impacting Pacific Arctic ecosystems? Three scientists—including Dr. Francis Wiese, our national marine discipline lead—spoke about those changes and their recently published Nature Climate Change paper on Alaska Public Media’s “Hometown, Alaska” radio program.

Listen to the full program from NPR station KSKA.

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