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A few hours of a December day may affect living things for years to come in the middle of Alaska.
By Mary Catharine Martin Wild salmon. Clean water. Clean air. Carbon storage. Climate change mitigation. Tourism, commercial fisheries — and billions of dollars in economic… Continue reading
On June 6, 1912, all hell broke loose.
Snow, and more snow!
How do porcupines survive winter? A lengthy study provides insights.
We are warming the world tens of times faster than did the ancient volcanoes.
There’s a lot going on under the surface.
Reader-submitted photos of Southeast Alaska.
Ancient fair-weather trees suggest a very warm period in the far north
Flexing our mustelids.
I only have priorit-eyes for one focus word.
Plenty of creatures stirring.
We need to talk about this report card.
There’s another way to be a single parent.
Pointing out the origins of a name.
The determination of biological sex is a complicated matter, even just focusing on vertabrates.
Juneau woman completes a mile in near-freezing water
By Bjorn Dihle For more than two decades, those who care about Bristol Bay — the largest sockeye salmon run on the planet — have… Continue reading
A mat of old leaves lined the roadway, each leaf fringed with crystals, making a pretty mosaic…
New snow guns and hardened nordic trails will great winter sport enthusiasts on opening day.