APU’s climate change research attracts national interest

A team of APU students led by Earth Sciences Professor Michael G. Loso is featured in a report June 25 on National Public Radio.

NPR focuses on Loso’s grant-funded study of Eklutna Glacier, source of water and power for Anchorage, the state’s largest city.

As reporter Annie Feidt explains, APU’s field work investigates how climate change may affect the amount of glacier meltwater available for people to use.

Read the NPR story