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We are located on the third floor of the International Arctic Research Center (IARC), adjacent to the C.T. Elvey building on the West Ridge of the UAF campus. Click here for a map of campus. Stop by room 336 IARC for a visit from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.
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Alaska Climate Research Center
University of Alaska Fairbanks
903 Koyukuk Drive
P.O. Box 757320
Fairbanks, Alaska 99775-7320
Phone 907-474-7885
Fax 907-474-7290
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The primary mission of this center is to respond to inquiries concerning the meteorology and climatology of Alaska from public, private, and government agencies, and from researchers around the world. The center provides services within the three tiered system (state, regional, and federal). Most of the climatological data available for Alaska have been accumulated in Fairbanks and by the state climatologist in Anchorage at the Alaska State Climate Center. Our center, the Alaska Climate Research Center (1-907-474-7885), archives digital climate records, develops climate statistics, and writes monthly weather summaries, which are published in several newspapers around the state and Weatherwise magazine. Our services are provided free of charge if the request is for a small amount of data. We also conduct research on a number of high latitude meteorological & climatological topics and provide useful links for related data.

The Alaska Climate Research Center was established and is funded by the State of Alaska by Title 14, Chapter 40, Section 085. Specific information can be found here. The Center is part of the Geophysical Institute at the University of Alaska Fairbanks.

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If interested please Contact

Former Staff
Martin Stuefer
Heather Angeloff
Martha Shulski
Brian Hartmann
Jan Curtis

URL: http://climate.gi.alaska.edu
webmaster (at) climate.gi.alaska.edu
The climate center is funded by the State of Alaska. Our affiliations include the Geophysical Institute, Atmospheric Sciences Group, and the University of Alaska Fairbanks.