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Alaskan congressional delegation reports research grants
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The Alaska Congressional Delegation reported Tuesday that the National Science Foundation gave some $9.2 million in five new grants to Alaskan research organizations.

Senators Lisa Murkowski, Mark Begich, and Representative Don Young put out a joint statement listing the bodies receiving the NSF grants.

The grants were as follows:

• $7,315,833 to the Arctic Research Consortium of the United States for “An Arctic Collaboratory for Science, Education, and Outreach”

• $1,225,938 to the University of Alaska Fairbanks for “Ice Regime Shifts of Arctic Lakes Drive Interactions and Feedbacks with Permafrost and Climate”

• $275,601 to the University of Alaska Fairbanks for “Vegetation and Ecosystem Impacts on Permafrost Vulnerability”

• $247,008 to the University of Alaska Fairbanks for “Developing a System Model of Arctic Glacial Lake Sedimentation for Investigating Past and Future Climate Change”

• $159,808 to Alaska Pacific University for “Developing a System Model of Arctic Glacial Lake Sedimentation for Investigating Past and Future Climate Change”

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