Western Alaska Interdisciplinary Science Conference and Forum 2008

"Weathering Change, Monitoring Uncertainty"

April 4–6, 2008
Dillingham, Alaska

The WAISC organization committee wishes to thank everyone who participated in this conference—by most measures it was an outstanding success. WAISC included people from diverse backgrounds including universities, government agencies, industry, and students coming together and discussing science. One major outcome was that it produced lots of synergy and identified misunderstandings between groups. Please check this web site often as we will be adding more information about the conference and the papers that were presented.

Dr. Todd Radenbaugh
Assistant Professor, Earth and Environmental Science
UAF, Bristol Bay Campus

To promote science, innovation, and education in western Alaska, the University of Alaska Fairbanks Bristol Bay Campus and the Western Alaska Interdisciplinary Science Association (WAISA) hosted the Western Alaska Interdisciplinary Science Conference and Forum (WAISC) April 4–6, 2008. WAISC was western Alaska's first regional science conference and attracted participants from UAF, UAA, Alaska Energy Authority, Bristol Bay Native Association, City of Dillingham, and Bristol Bay Economic Development Corporation.