What will be funded in the future?
List of past and current Invitations for research projects and programs invitations

What was funded in the past and currently?
EVOSTC Annual Work Plans and Report: contains funding requests and recommendations for projects reviewed by the Council during a Council fiscal year. Starting in 2014, it also provides project information for a five-year vs. single year period.

Where can I find individual project information and data?
Information about individual projects can be found through:

  • Project Search: Here you can review proposals, funding detail, tasks, annual and final reports and can search by the year, name of the Researcher, Injured Resource or Service, Restoration Category, Project Number, Project Title, Keywords, Keyword Tag Cloud and Current Projects.
  • Project Data is available for download on the EVOSTC website by project through Project Search. The individual data sets are in their native form and do not integrate data or provide any visualization or other tools for users.
  • Historical Project Data: Alaska Ocean Observing System (AOOS) has incorporated some EVOSTC data into their their existing data portal to allow users to visualize data collected by multiple programs in a specific area. Some historical information is also included with the current long-term program data housed at AOOS and it is replicated in DataOne locations.

Where can I find information about the EVOSTC Long-Term Herring and Long Term Monitoring Programs?
The EVOSTC webpages for the Long-Term Programs provide a summary of the Program and links to annual Proposals, Annual and Final Reports and the Program’s own webpage.


Alaska Resources Library & Information Services (ARLIS)

Following the Exxon Valdez oil spill, important information was generated in the process of cleanup efforts, damage assessment, and restoration activities. To preserve this information and make it accessible for future researchers, policy makers, and the public, the Trustee Council established the Oil Spill Public Information Center (OSPIC) in 1990. In 1995, OSPIC joined seven other natural resources libraries in consolidating their collections. In October 1997, Alaska Resources Library & Information Services (ARLIS) opened its doors.

ARLIS is home to the most comprehensive Alaska natural and cultural information resources collection of its kind. Thousands of publications are available through the ARLIS catalog at http://www.arlis.org/.

The EVOS collection at ARLIS contains materials representing diverse perspectives from state and federal agencies, universities, the private sector, the media, and the general public. Topics include the grounding of the tanker, oil spill response, cleanup, damage assessment, impacts to the environment, Trustee Council official record, and people, research, and restoration.

ARLIS provides access to books, reports, maps, photos, documentary films, video footage, and research data in print and digital formats, as well as works of poetry, novels, children’s books, a theatrical play, and a made-for-TV movie, all pertaining to EVOS.

This guide to ARLIS resources provides links to numerous full-text publications. Many more are available through the ARLIS catalog at http://www.arlis.org/. Most items are available for borrowing, although special collection items are for in-library use only. Print materials and media are loaned worldwide through interlibrary loan. Contact ARLIS for assistance at 907-27-ARLIS (272-7547) or reference@arlis.org.