Alaska Road Conditions
(http://511.alaska.gov/) Provides current road conditions in Alaska.
Barrow Area Information Database Internet Map Server
(http://www.baidims.org/) BAID-IMS offers interactive, searchable geospatial inofrmation about research conducted in the Barrow Area since the 1940s.
FAA Weather Cams
(http://akweathercams.faa.gov/) Shows weather in different parts of Alaska.
Toolik Field Station
(http://www.uaf.edu/toolik) Overview of Toolik, including photos, maps, news, and the Toolik handbook.
CanadaCanada Place Names
(http://geonames.nrcan.gc.ca/index_e.php) Query Natural Resources Canada's Geographic Names Information System to find place names, coordinates, and map locations for any place name in Canada.
Polar Continental Shelf Project
(http://polar.nrcan.gc.ca/) Information about the Canadian Program Logistics Contractor, sites supported, and downloadable support request forms.
Danish Polar Center
(http://www.dpc.dk)The place to start for researchers wanting to work in Greenland.
Greenland Environmental Observatory
(http://www.geosummit.org) UAZ's site about Summit Station, including the science plan, project overviews and photos, and a Summit Observatory listserv.
Ice Coring and Drilling Services
(http://www.ssec.wisc.edu/icds/) The NFS's drilling contractor is the University of Wisconsin. Visit this site to request information and equipment.
The Technological Society of Greenland
(http://www.inutek.gl) This organization arranges public lectures for scientists visiting Greenland. Please feel free to contact Lone Abrahamsen (Lone at inutek.gl) for more information.
(http://www.greenland-guide.dk/kangerlussuaq/) Details about Kangerlussuaq, the base of our Greenland operation.
Sondrestrom Research Facility
(http://isr.sri.com/iono/sondre_web/index.html) Located Just outside Kangerlussuaq, this SRI-run, NSF-funded facility is dedicated to studying the polar upper atmosphere.
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Arctic Geographic Names
(http://18.104.22.168/gns/html/index.html) Query the National Imagery and Mapping Agency's GeoNet Names Server to find non-US place names, coordinates, and map locations, including Arctic Regions.
Arctic Research Consortium of the US
(http://www.arcus.org) Comprehensive directory of arctic researchers, extensive list of arctic-related links and much other useful information.
Nat'l Science Foundation Arctic Programs
(http://www.nsf.gov/div/index.jsp?div=ARC) The Arctic Programs home page contains useful information such as funding opportunities, news, and links to searchable databases of NSF staff and NSF-funded science projects.
Parks Canada's Keep the Wild in Wildlife
(http://www.parkscanada.gc.ca/docs/pc/guide/nature/nature01_e.asp) Excellent information on Safety in Polar Bear Country.
Principles for Conduct of Research in the Arctic
(http://www.nsf.gov/od/opp/arctic/conduct.jsp) These principles are to be observed when carrying out or sponsoring research in Arctic and northern regions or when applying the results of this research.
(http://www.usatoday.com/weather/resources/coldscience/acoldsci.htm) USA Today's site dedicated to news about the polar regions.
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(http://www.arcus.org/trec/index.html)Teachers and Researchers Exploring and Collaborating,an educational research experience for K-12 teachers to participate in Arctic research. Sponsored by ARCUS.
CH2M HILL Corporate
(http://www.ch2m.com/corporate/) CH2M HILL is the lead organization in CH2M HILL Polar Services. See what else CH2M HILL is up to.
Center for Geospace Studies, SRI International
(http://www.sri.com/esd/cgs/) This SRI International group partners with CH2M HILL and Polar Field Services to form CH2M HILL Polar Services. The SRI component handles field communications design, engineering, and installation.
Polar Field Services
(http://www.polarfield.com/) Polar Field Services handles the day-to-day logistics, science planning, project management, and field support for CPS.