Links to Organizations, Programs, and Networks Involved in Arctic Research
ARCUS staff are working to create a number of curated lists of organizations, programs, and networks that are helpful to know about as you look to engage with the broader Arctic research community. The Arctic research community is actively growing and changing and we welcome your input on any needed edits or additions to the information included in the pages linked below. Please contact Brit Myers at brit [at] arcus.org with any questions or to submit recommended additions or changes.
What Type of Connections are You Looking For?
- I am a researcher looking for ways to connect with interdisciplinary collaborators.
- I am a researcher looking for help connecting with Alaska Native communities.
- I am a student, parent, educator, or researcher looking for more information about Arctic academic programs, centers, and research experiences.
Arctic Research Journals & Publications
The University of Washington Libraries's Arctic & Northern Studies Research Guide is a helpful reference for anyone looking to access Arctic-focused journals and publications.
Arctic Research Acronyms
Need help deciphering the alphabet soup of Arctic research acronyms? Here are a few lists that might help.