Contact Us
  • Wendy Loya
    Arctic LCC Coordinator

    U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
    1011 East Tudor Road
    Anchorage, Alaska 99503
    (907) 786-3532
  • Paul Leonard
    Arctic LCC Science Coordinator

    U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
    101 12th Avenue, Rm. 216
    Fairbanks, Alaska 99701
    (907) 456-0445
  • Josh Bradley
    Arctic LCC Data Manager

    U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
    101 12th Avenue, Rm. 216
    Fairbanks, Alaska 99701
    (907) 455-1847

Products

The Arctic LCC is dedicated to making data and products derived from LCC-funded projects readily available to any interested parties.   Our products fall into six broad categories:

Spatial Data – includes both raster and vector data such as shapefiles and geodatabases.

Tabular Data – includes spreadsheets and databases.

Maps – includes maps depicting the geographic scope of the Arctic LCC as well as other maps generated by individual projects.

Publications & Reports – includes reports and peer-reviewed documents that detail the results of Arctic LCC funded projects and documents generated by LCC staff.

Presentations – includes posters created for conferences and presentation slides and their associated notes/handouts that describe Arctic LCC funded projects.

Applications – includes both web-based and desktop applications.

Latest Product Updates
  • Last Updated: March 14, 2018
    These data are the result of a geospatial analysis involving multi-year SAR-based lake ice regime classification using sigma-naught backscatter intensity from calibrated space-borne C-band SAR for thousands of lakes in 7 lake districts in Alaska, USA, detailed in Engram et al. , (in review).
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  • Last Updated: August 9, 2017
    Natural resource managers and native communities have expressed a need for effectively synthesizing traditional knowledge and western science data.   The Inuvialuit of the Yukon North Slope are working on a Wildlife Conservation Plan that does just that.
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  • Last Updated: August 4, 2017
    In this report, researchers describe the diversity and mean annual modeled biomass of invertebrates that shorebirds consume across 9 sites from Nome, Alaska (USA) to East Bay, Nunavut (Canada).   Warmer temperatures had a positive effect on this food resource availability, with earlier spring warming resulting in earlier insect abundance.
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  • Last Updated: August 4, 2017
    This report uses predictive models to look back ~60 years to understand how invertebrate food sources for shorebirds have changed across 6 shorebird monitoring sites.   Changes in hind-casted invertebrate abundance were greatest at the northernmost camps and were on the order of 1 to 3 days earlier per decade.
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  • Last Updated: November 22, 2016
    Research on shorebirds from the north slope of Alaska, published in the top scientific journal Nature, describes how pairs of shorebirds manage the time spent incubating the eggs in their nest. Researchers funded in part by the Arctic Landscape Conservation Cooperative (Arctic LCC) found that each parent spends time on the nest, but how long they spend is determined by the way they defend the nest from predators.
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  • Last Updated: November 22, 2016
    2010 – 2014 progress report: Using a Network of Sites to Evaluate How Climate-mediated Changes in the Arctic Ecosystem are Affecting Shorebird Distribution, Ecology and Demography.
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  • Last Updated: August 9, 2016
    SnowDens-3D is a snowdrift den-habitat decision-support tool based on the recently developed polar bear snowdrift den habitat mapping tool (Liston et al. , 2016).
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  • Last Updated: November 2, 2015
    This report illustrates the domain, input, outputs for the SnowDATA simulation.
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  • Last Updated: November 4, 2015
    This collection of SnowDATA products consists of grids (i. e.
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  • Last Updated: November 2, 2015
    This paper examines the role of fires in initiating thermokarst development in Arctic tundra, demonstrating that Arctic tundra fires may induce widespread thaw subsidence of permafrost terrain in the first seven years following the disturbance.
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