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More than a million acres burn for first time since 2010

...average 1.4 inches, making it the 10th driest June in Fairbanks in the last 101 years, according to the Alaska Climate Research Center.July's precipitation improved slightly in Fairbanks, with just over an inch falling, but it was still...
Alaska bucks the global temperature trend

...from 2000 to 2010, according a recent study written up by Gerd Wendler, Blake Moore and Lian Chen of the Alaska Climate Research Center. The rest of the world has not been going Alaska's way. For the 36th consecutive year, the yearly global...
Alaska Digest

...Southeast and Cook Inlet were above normal for the mean monthly temperature this November, according to the Alaska Climate Research Center at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Temperatures ranged from 3 degrees to almost 7 degrees Fahrenheit...
Juneau Empire Story Archive

...Then the chill departed with a bang, with a record high tied on the 25th - 51 degrees - according to the Alaska Climate Research Center, Geophysical Institute and University of Alaska Fairbanks. Total precipitation was 3.33 inches. Snowfall...
Higher temperatures are causing growing season to become longer

...Fahrenheit hotter and 11 percent drier than it was in the early 20th century, according to data gathered by the Alaska Climate Research Center. (The growing season is marked by the last frost in spring and the first frost in fall.) These changes...
State official speaks at climate talks

...barrier to protect it, and Selawik River landslides caused by thawing permafrost, Hartig used data from the Alaska Climate Research Center to show the warming trends in Alaska in recent decades. During the past 60 years, air temperatures have...
Glaciers divulge the history of climate

...consistent and any large changes are going to be noticeable," said Brian Hartmann, a climatologist for the Alaska Climate Research Center. "... But so many interacting forces are in play there." Climate change certainly plays a part in glacier...
Heat wave may make weather record toast of past months. Locals who thought the grinch stole summer in July were vindicated in August by the Alaska Climate Research Center. Juneau's sky dumped 7.25 inches of rain last month - 74 percent above normal, according to an analysis...


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