July 7, 2023 – Understanding when and where ships are entering areas of Arctic sea ice between Russia and the U.S. can help better understand the potential impacts of vessel traffic.
June 12, 2023 – Wildfire smoke is a stark example of how events and crises can sweep across the globe – and thus demand careful accounting. In National Science Review.
April 5, 2023 – Michele Remer receives three awards including the prestigious National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship
April 5, 2023 – Sydney Waldhoven wins two fellowships to support her work in the Bering Straits.
March 28, 2023 – Arctic climate changes are affecting the gateway between the Arctic Ocean and the Bearing Sea, setting up scenarios for conflicts between people and wildlife. In Ambio.
March 30, 2022 – It’s critical to understand the complexities of tightly bound actions and events of both people and nature, especially in times of crisis – most notably climate change and conflict between Russia and Western countries. In Ambio.
Dec. 1, 2022 – Scientists make a case that a guiding principle needs to make room for an alternative interpretation in the name of sustainability. In Geography and Sustainability.
Portales named Lyman Briggs College Research Fellow
Sept. 30, 2022 – Natalia Portales, an MSU- CSIS undergraduate researcher, gains support for her work on the arctic telecoupling project.
Oct. 20, 2021 – A $1.54 million National Science Foundation grant will support exploring the consequences of climate change, natural resource development, shipping, and tourism in the Arctic.