Thank you for visiting the Fairbanks Winter Air Study website. This is a 4 year study funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) in 2019 that will focus on improving understanding of wintertime Arctic outdoor and indoor air pollution. The focus of this study was a result of concerns expressed by Fairbanks and North Pole residents, who often expressed concerns related to indoor air quality, particularly due to the amount of time residents spend indoors during the winter months.
The Fairbanks Winter Air Study research team Bill Simpson, Laura Conner, Nathan Kettle, and Krista Heeringa were joined by North Pole community members February 4th,...Read More "View highlights from the community kick-off meetings"
The National Science Foundation has announced the funding of a major “Navigating the New Arctic' project called SNAP-TEC, which is summarized below. We are...Read More "SNAP-TEC funded by the National Science Foundation"
The Fairbanks and North Pole communities are invited to participate in the Fairbanks Winter Air Study kick-off meetings on February 4th (5:30pm) at the North...Read More "Fairbanks Winter Air Study Kick-off Meeting"