Enjoy our videos about science in the Arctic.
A photographic journey along Alaska's Arctic coast.
A bioblitz at Serpentine Hot Springs in Bering Land Bridge National Preserve identified 110 species, including species new to science.
A bioblitz in Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve identified 114 species, including species new to science.
Park staff, pilots, and researchers share their view of Arctic parks from the cockpit of a plane.
Read about fieldwork conducted by archaeologists, wildlife biologists, ecologists, and rangers in our Arctic parklands.
The Northwest Arctic Heritage Center, located in Kotzebue, provides visitors with information and outreach about Arctic parks and resources.
The Ocean Alaska Science and Learning Center promotes stewardship of marine and coastal ecosystems through outreach and education.
The Murie Science and Learning Center promotes science and stewardship on behalf of national parklands in Alaska.
Last updated: August 11, 2020