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This one didn’t pack the punch of past Juneau jökulhlaups.
Students from Punahou School in Honolulu, Hawaii, traveled to Juneau.
Record-high temperatures in Alaska are believed to be the cause of salmon deaths in the western part of the state.
Alaska’s border with Canada is one of the great feats of wilderness surveying.
A good river is productive enough to make you happy, yet still challenging enough to frustrate you.
There’s new public land out the road.
Careful of bears.
Young eagles get their first taste of fish.
It’s a good year for spittlebugs.
For whale watching to remain a viable industry, we need to ensure it’s sustainable for the whales.
Alaska has its share of geothermal sites — at least 79 of them.
The tale is separate from the one we learned as kids.
A man’s (and eagle’s) best friend.
This fishing spot is mine, all mine … but not really.
An epic way to celebrate solstice.
Sundews are not our only insectivorous plants.
He’s got an eye on you.
Researchers are joining others to unravel the mysteries of the Aleutian tern.
I used to be in a big hurry.
A portion of the trail will remain open.