Alaska

CPS provides logistics planning, remote camp equipment, and coordination of services for National Science Foundation-supported scientists conducting research in Alaska.

An ice-core-drilling camp high on Mt Hunter in Denali National Park and Preserve. Photo: Mike Waszkiewicz

An ice-core-drilling camp high on Mt Hunter in Denali National Park and Preserve. Photo: Mike Waszkiewicz

Support services may include:

  • Environmental Protection Act Compliance/Permitting
  • Logistics support (transportation, air support, cargo movement, facilities)
  • Field camp management and staffing
  • Lodging and arrangements
  • Coordinating support requests with the appropriate agencies and support contractors in Alaska
  • Field equipment (see Alaska Camping & Field Equipment page for a partial list)

Research teams are responsible for all science-related equipment for their projects. Scientists are also responsible for providing their own cold weather and personal gear, including toiletries and comfortable clothing for non-working hours.

Detailed Information About Alaska