ID: 1762MicroFEWs: A Food–Energy–Water Systems Approach to Renewable Energy Decisions in Islanded Microgrid Communities in Rural Alaska
Article Or Book, 7pp.
ID: 1754Dual Enrollment in Alaska: A 10-year retrospective and outcome analysis
ID: 1761What do we know about the effects of the Alaska Permanent Fund Dividend?
ID: 1753Nature-based tourism, resource dependence, and resilience of Arctic communities: framing complex issues in a changing environment
Article Or Book
Article in Journal of Sustainable Tourism: 1-18
ID: 1752Alaska's Fiscal & Economic Outlook
ID: 1751What drives the cost of education in Alaska?
Presentation to Alaska House Education Committee
ID: 1759Universal Cash Transfers Reduce Childhood Obesity Rates
ID: 1749Recruiting, hiring, and training Alaska’s rural teachers: How superintendents practice place-conscious leadership
Article Or Book, 17pp.
Article in Journal of Research in Rural Education, 2019, 35(2)
ID: 1750Planting the Seeds to Examine Food Security Challenges in the Alaska Food-Energy-Water Nexus
Alaska Food Policy Council 2019 Festival and Conference
This work is supported by NSF Chemical, Bioengineering, Environmental and Transport Systems (CBET), Track 3 INFEWS program, Award # 1740075, INFEWS/T3: Coupling infrastructure improvements to food-energy-water system dynamics in small cold region communities: MicroFEWs.
Presenters: Daisy Huang, Henry Huntington, Jennifer Schmidt, Richard Wies
Project Team: Srijan Aggarwal, Aaron Dotson, Craig Gerlach, Justus Karenzi, Henry Penn8, Christopher Pike, Daniel Sambor, Erin Whitney
ID: 1746Budget options: What are the short term effects?