Climate change means more mosquito days, increasing Zika risk.
Check out more temperature trends for more of Alaska's national parks.
A Climate Central analysis shows that the number of large fires on Forest Service land is increasing dramatically.
The number of large wildfires (larger than 1,000 acres) in Alaska suddenly increased in the 1990s, and the 2000s saw nearly twice as many large wildfires as the 1950s and 60s.
Coastal flooding could disproportionately affect Native Alaskans, who make up the majority of residents in Alaska’s remote coastal villages along the western and northern coasts where topography is relatively flat.
Type a coastal place name in Alaska and find local projections, maps and potential impacts on people, infrastructure, and much more with our interactive tool.
By 2050, Alaska's 100-year coastal floodplain is projected to expand by more than 15,000 square miles, by far the most land of any state.
Today, Alaska has 17,000 people at risk of coastal flooding. By 2050, an additional 3,000 people are projected to be at risk due to rising seas.
Alaska, the great northern frontier of America, is being reshaped by climate change. While rising temperatures are altering its character and landscape, they are also bringing the ravages of wildfires... More
Spring and summer — two key seasons for wildfires — have warmed 2.1°F across the West, on average... More
Prevailing weather patterns and very warm temperatures have kept the snow low in parts of Alaska last winter.... More