LEO Network

  • Alaska Climate Review and Forecast (Rick Thoman)
  • Monitoring Local Weather Conditions (Henry Reges - CoCoRaHS)

You can view documents and a recording from our September webinar and explore the new LEO Alaska Webinar library at this link.


02:00 Recording Recognition, Agenda Review - Mike Brubaker, ANTHC

02:05 Alaska Climate Review and Forecast - Rick Thoman, UAF ACCAP

02:20 Alaska Winter Events Overview - Mike Brubaker, ANTHC

02:30 Published Observation sharing by LEO Members – LEO Network Home Team

  1. Freeze Up on Lower Kenai River
  2. Unexpected Warm Weather in December (Anvik)
  3. Storm related flooding and infrastructure damage (Golovin)
  4. Pussy Willows at Kotzebue during winter
  5. Japanese skeleton shrimp found in Nateekin Bay (Unalaska)

02:45 Feature Observation – Pending

03:00 Monitoring Local Weather Conditions – Henry Reges (Cocorahs USA)

03:30 Open Rounds (max of 5 min updates and sharing, sign up through chat)

03:45 LEO Platform Updates – Mike Brook, ANTHC

03:55 Wrap Up and Webinar Survey

04:00 Adjourned

Next Meeting – Tuesday, Tuesday, June 14, 2022

LEO Webinar Topic Queue:

  • June: Andy Ramey USGS – What is bird flu? Update on ‘avian influenza’ in the United States and how LEO can help keep and eye out for sick birds in Alaska.
  • September: Vanessa Von Biela, USGS – Premature Mortality Observations among Alaska’s Pacific Salmon During Record Heat and Drought in 2019
Freeze up on the lower Kenai River
LEO Alaska Webinar Recording - 03-15-22
Center for Climate and Health

See Also

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LEO Network Alaska - Winter Webinar 2021/2022 - Local Environmental Observer (LEO) Network

This map prepared for the LEO Network winter webinar on March 15, 2022. It includes observations posted between December 1, 2021 and February 28, 2022. Map by M. Brubaker