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Julie Brigham-Grette and REU students collect sediment from an iceberg. The icebergs are a prime source of sediment samples. Kongsfjorden, Ny Alesund, Svalbard, Norway.Julie Brigham-Grette and REU students collect sediment from an iceberg. The icebergs are a prime source of sediment samples. Kongsfjorden, Ny Alesund, Svalbard, Norway.

ARCUS supports increased understanding of the changing Arctic by building strong relationships between the many stakeholders and disciplines—from researchers to the public, from policymakers to industry. The Arctic is a fascinating and important region, and its import is rapidly expanding across the entire world.

The U.S. is an Arctic nation and Alaskans are particularly vested, but the Arctic's reach extends far beyond those of us who live here. Sea ice and glaciers, fisheries, oil and mineral exploration, the ecosystems housed by the Arctic's vast land and marine spaces: these all have important implications for the rest of America and the world at large.

We play a neutral, science-based role here at ARCUS; we do not lobby, advocate for specific policy implementations, or play favorites regarding what research or scientific issues get our focus. If you have interest in the Arctic, ARCUS is an excellent choice of organization for your donation.

We rely solely on grants, membership dues, and donations to implement our programs. Since ARCUS is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, your donation is tax-deductible.

The staff at ARCUS would like to convey our sincere thanks that you are considering a donation to our efforts. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact any one of us: http://www.arcus.org/arcus/staff.

You can also support Arctic science and education by becoming an ARCUS member!

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Photo by Bill Schmoker (PolarTREC 2010), Courtesy of ARCUSWhile stopped for a CTD cast a polar bear approached from far out and walked along the Healy about 100 meters away before swimming across an open lead and continuing to patrol into the distance. Aboard the USCGC Healy icebreaker in the Beaufort Sea. Photo by Bill Schmoker (PolarTREC 2010)

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Arctic Research Consortium of the U.S.
3535 College Road - Suite 101
Fairbanks, AK 99709
Attention: Ada Bower

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907-474-1600

Questions?

Please contact:
Ada Bower, Business Manager
Email: ada [at] arcus.org
Phone: 907-474-1600