Alaska is home to many amazing migrations. Read about human migration, where extinct species roamed, and wildlife migrations.
Encompassing 25% of the entire National Park System by area, five arctic parks form a massive, largely untouched wilderness area.
Dive into the latest edition of Alaska Park Science
This issue includes articles exploring birds throughout national parks in Alaska, with emphasis on the changing ways to study birds.
How can park communicators share knowledge, inform, educate, and inspire park visitors without a good grasp of the particulars themselves?
This issue covers a lot of ground: land status, mining history, natural and cultural resource protection, reclamation, and hazard abatement
This issue includes articles on the economics, ecology and social value of wilderness.
This issue includes articles tracking changes to glaciers and landscapes throughout Alaska
In this issue: * Life and Times of Alaska’s Tundra Plants * Silurian Rocks at Glacier Bay * Using Story to Build Stewardship and more!
This issue includes articles on archaeology, invasive species management, a look at how salmon survive in a volcanic landscape; and more!
Katmai witnessed the largest volcanic eruption of the 20th century when "Novarupta" occurred in 1912. Learn about the (literal) fallout.
This issue explores connections throughout Alaska to studies on natural and cultural resources.
Exploring connections to natural and cultural resource studies in Alaska's national parks.
Since 1883, ships full of tourists have visited Glacier Bay. How does modern cruise traffic impact the bay?
The NPS Inventory and Monitoring Network studies broad ecological trends, or vital signs,and uses those to gauge the health of ecosystems.
Proceedings of the Arctic Alaska Park Science Symposium and Beringia International Conference.
A look at collaborative research, between not just different parks but across national boundaries.
This issue covers the proceedings of the Central Alaska Park Science Symposium, held in Denali National Park.
Denali provides excellent opportunities to explore, study, and learn about natural systems and processes, as well as area history and cultur
The Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act (ANILCA) defined the ways we recreate in and use many federal lands in Alaska.
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Last updated: November 8, 2018