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No signs of imminent eruption
A tree grows in Petersburg.
What do a platypus, salamander and dolphin have in common?
Alaska researchers are working to create insulation that removes carbon from the atmosphere.
Vic Van Ballenberghe had stood amid their knobby legs for many springs and falls in Interior Alaska.
“I can hand a piece of the Yukon River or Mendenhall Glacier to someone thousands of miles away…”
Unlike the giant storm that hit Alaska in mid-September, hurricanes and typhoons both have eyes.
Guttation drops contain not only water but also sugars, proteins, and probably minerals.
You cannot see it, it’s electric.
Stone fish trap dates to at least 11,100 years ago, according to scientists.
I think bats do hibernate in interior Alaska…”
Leave it to ‘em.
Around the country in a day.
Rarely do people get to see it.
Winged wonders abound.
The Yukon is a great place to find the preserved remains of ancient creatures.
Klawock Indigenous Stewards and partners are working to a once prolific sockeye salmon run.
Colors are produced by cell structure, which can scatter light rays, making iridescence, and by pigments, which absorb or reflect particular wavelength of light. Pigments… Continue reading
There were good minus tides in May and June, and I went out with some friends to take a look at the intertidal zone in… Continue reading
“It’s the largest sockeye hatchery in the world. Two-hundred and sixty miles from the ocean.”