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ICESpark: Opening Doors for Science Discoveries in the ‘New Arctic’ and Beyond

Next-Generation Computing Platform Supported by $1.24M NSF Award

The Arctic climate system is undergoing rapid change, from rising sea and air temperatures to melting glaciers to the loss of permafrost and snow cover on land. As the Arctic thaws, maritime and commercial activities in the region are expanding, presenting new opportunities—as well as societal and cultural challenges. Habitats are eroding, and food systems are disrupted. Read the full College of Behavioral & Social Sciences article