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Catalog Record: Comprehensive Modeling Approach Towards Understanding and Prediction of the Alaskan Coastal System Response to Changes in an Ice diminished Arctic
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BOEM
NOPP
NAVALPS
USF
UCOL

Comprehensive Modeling Approach Towards Understanding and Prediction of the Alaskan Coastal System Response to Changes in an Ice diminished Arctic

The proposed research combines state-of-the-art regional modeling of sea ice, ocean, atmosphere and ecosystem to provide a system approach to advance the knowledge and predictive capability of the diverse impacts of changing sea ice cover on the bio-physical marine environment of coastal Alaska and over the larger region of the western Arctic Ocean. The focus of this project on seasonally ice-free Alaskan coasts and shelves is in direct support of the Topic 4A: ‘Coastal Effects of a Diminished-ice Arctic Ocean’ and of littoral studies of interest to the U.S. Navy

Complete
2007-01-01
2010-12-31

Data and Resources

Status: Complete
Start Date: 2007/01/01
Type: Project
End Date: 2010/12/31
Other Contacts
Name: Wieslaw Maslowski
Email: maslowsk@ucar.edu
Other Organizations
National Oceanographic Partnership Program, Naval Postgraduate School, University of Colorado, US Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, University of South Florida

Regions
Alaska, North Slope

Direct Record Link
http://catalog.northslopescience.org/catalog/entries/2161-comprehensive-modeling-approach-towards-underst
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