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Declining copper prices are to blame.
Scientists must shift focus to climate change, not outer space.
The effects of climate change could be costly.
‘This is an investment ecology where slow moving fish get eaten.’
Environmental groups get the win.
Environmentalists need not worry.
An appeal would go to the Alaska Supreme Court.
Runoff from the mine has been flowing for more than 60 years.
Closed-door meetings decide how much cruises will pay for summer violations.
New study proves something Alaskans always knew.
Ballot Measure 1, up for a vote during the statewide election Nov. 6, provides three tracks for development projects on salmon habitat in Alaska. Some… Continue reading
The largest commercial fishing trade organization on the West Coast announced Monday its support for Ballot Measure 1, which would change how the State of… Continue reading
Alaskans are worried Red Chris could go the same way.
Alaska indigenous leaders traveled to the United Kingdom this week to deliver a petition asking a cruise industry giant to stop using inexpensive fuel believed… Continue reading
Some residents of the small town of Gustavus, near Glacier Bay National Park, are relying on state-provided drinking water after testing of private wells showed… Continue reading
Former scientists and fisheries managers are taking sides over Ballot Measure 1.
It’s mid-morning at an oxbow on the Mendenhall River, and signs of change are all around. A handful of spruce trees, felled by river erosion,… Continue reading
Sean Anderson, Ph.D., thinks universities should be doing business differently. Undergraduate science students should be in the field collecting data for long-term research projects, not… Continue reading
Once feared endangered, wolf numbers on fourth-largest U.S. island have rebounded.
They’re called sea lace, moss animals and Bugula neritina to scientists — and they’re not supposed to be here. But they are here, scientists say.… Continue reading