Utqiagvik

Ut·qi·ag·vik

(o͞ot′kē-äg′vĭk), Formerly Bar·row (băr′ō)
The northernmost city of the United States, located in north-central Alaska on the Arctic Ocean near Point Barrow.
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To understand what research questions involving cetacean distribution and density can be addressed using manned and UAS technology in the Arctic, we conducted paired aerial surveys for cetaceans near Utqiagvik (Barrow), Alaska.
Public meetings are planned in Anaktuvuk Pass, Anchorage, Atqasuk, Fairbanks, Nuiqsut, Utqiagvik, Alaska, to afford the public an opportunity to provide input on the process, including North Slope communities potentially impacted by proposed development.
The site was near the city of Utqiagvik, formerly known as Barrow.
Northern Alaska Tour Company provides guided tours of Utqiagvik, the northernmost city in the United States.
ARCPAC was an airborne campaign coordinated with POLARCAT; it was closely collocated with remote sensing and in situ observations from the ground site of Barrow, Alaska (now known as Utqiagvik).
As owner of Ace Hardware Top of the World in Utqiagvik, Alaska, Aired battles frigid temperatures and lengthy shipping delays while overseeing a young but vital business.
UTQIAGVIK, Alaska -- Bryan Thomas doesn't want any more "wishy-washy conversations about climate change."
With arms in every single zip code, from Key West, Florida, to Utqiagvik, Alaska, its expansiveness opens up a world of opportunity.
Corporate headquarters are based in Utqiagvik (formerly Barrow), Alaska, with administrative and subsidiary offices located in Anchorage and throughout the United States.
A single meeting could travel to Bethel, Utqiagvik, Kenai, Anchorage, Fairbanks, and Juneau.
The relationship is made possible through the Arctic Fiber project which significantly increases bandwidth opportunities in the Utqiagvik community, formerly known as Barrow, and drastically reduces consumer costs.
This study documents changes across tundra plant communities near Utqiagvik, and Atqasuk, Alaska.