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Applications to Support Research and Community Planning

We have developed science-based analytical tools that combined with local and traditional knowledge will broaden the capacities for more effective decision-making, community planning and management.

Imagery Time Viewer

View historical imagery as a window to Barrow’s past

Launch

Coastal Erosion Viewer

Explore how the coast has changed over time

Launch

Community Planning Tool

A resource for planning & permitting

Launch

Research Sites Viewer (BETA)

Who, where and what of scientific research at Barrow

Developing status
50%
Launch

 

Deprecated applications

The development of these applications has been discontinued

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What is BAID?

The Barrow area on the North Slope of Alaska is one of the most intensely sampled locations in the Arctic with research sites dating back to the 1940s. The Barrow Area Information Database (BAID) is a resource for learning about the types of data collection activities in the region. The BAID team collaborates with scientists and the local community to compile and share this information via online web mapping applications. New additional modules to support community planning are under development.
Broaden the impacts of your research, submit your sites to BAID.

15000

+ Data collection sites (since 1947)

+100

+ DGPS surveys per year 

+1500

+ Instruments

3000

+ Vegetation plots

 

 

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