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Wood as a biological entity, not as a commodity to be sold or a nuisance to be removed.
As sometimes happens in science, a chance decision led to a discovery.
Alaska is about to get thousands of miles of new salmon habitat….
“How the heck is that possible?”
We need to cultivate a sense of calm by reducing stress and fear in our lives.
Regular bird-watchers spotted an unusual bird in Auke Bay this winter…
Cams gave biologists who teamed up from several agencies a new look at the Fortymile herd.
These chemical compounds are often derived from plants
Local composer writes song about climate change
Sightings are no “shore” thing.
Here’s why some found recent winter weather fascinating.
Biologist shares insights about glacier bears.
A few hours of a December day may affect living things for years to come in the middle of Alaska.
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.
Ancient fair-weather trees suggest a very warm period in the far north