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New Arctic science web resource

May 4, 2011
Arctic website planned to link scientists with those curious
Staff Report

FAIRBANKS — A new website, Frontier Scientists, aims to link Alaska scientists with people curious about Arctic discoveries.

The site, located at http://frontierscientists.com, offers first-person accounts from scientists studying the North. The research, which comes in a variety of formats, is divided into six categories: grizzlies, petroglyphs, paleo-Eskimo, Cook Inlet volcanoes, Alutiiq weavers and climate change.

Greg Newby, the chief scientist of the UAF Arctic Region Supercomputing Center, is leading the project. The project is funded by the National Science Foundation, with support from the National Park Service and 360 North.

Read more: Fairbanks Daily News-Miner – Arctic website planned to link scientists with those curious

***It seems to me that the website is either including a few too many topics or leaving a few topics of concern out. What do you think? Have any suggestions for information you would like to see on such a website?***

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