Alaska Climate Research Center

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Our Mission

The primary mission of Alaska Climate Research Center is to respond to inquiries concerning the meteorology and climatology of Alaska from public, private, and government agencies, and from researchers around the world.​

Who We Are

The Alaska Climate Research Center (ACRC) and the Alaska State Climate Center (ASCC) have been established within the University of Alaska System three decades ago. Both centers, the ACRC and the ASCC have been merged as one combined service center within the Geophysical Institute of the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF) in 2018. The administration and management of the center is under the direction of the state climatologist, Dr. Martin Stuefer.

Martin Stuefer
Alaska State Climatologist and Director
Telayna Wong
Research Technician
Carl Schmitt
Assistant Research Professor
Julia Simonson
Postdoctoral Researcher
Ross Burgener
Research Technician
Gerd Wendler
Professor Emeritus and former Alaska Climate Research Center Director
Associate Editor of ANTARCTIC SCIENCE Field of study: climatology and glacio-meteorology with special emphasis on the polar regions
Blake Moore
Research Technician
Director at Fairbanks North Star Borough School District

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