What we are doing
SNAP is working with Alaska rural communities to identify relationships between climate change and availability of subsistence resources, and use those relationships to create geographic scenarios of how resources may be available in the future. Then we’ll discuss these scenarios with participating communities to determine societal consequences, and explore options to mitigate undesirable trends.This project will leave a legacy of databases and maps of ecosystem services for other researchers as well as for communities dependent on these services.
- Changing River Ice Seasonality and Impacts on Interior Alaskan Communities
- Arctic communities perceive climate impacts on access as a critical challenge to availability of subsistence resources
SNAP Contact: Todd Brinkman
Project Status: Ongoing