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2014/12/22 14:39
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Imagine one day you woke up, and the North Pole was suddenly the South Pole. This geomagnetic reversal would cause your hiking compass to seem impossibly backwards. However, within our planet's...
2014/12/22 14:39
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2014/12/22 00:42
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The resiliency of species to climate change may depend on how well they adapt to climate-driven changes in their food and habitat, such as altered growth of plants they feed on. A mismatch in timing...
2014/12/20 12:39
2014/12/20 12:39
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The company hired by Royal Dutch Shell PLC in 2012 to drill on petroleum leases in the Arctic Ocean pleaded guilty Friday to eight felony environmental and maritime crimes. Noble Drilling U.S. LLC,...
2014/12/20 07:27
2014/12/20 07:27
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Mastodons were long gone from the north A long, long time ago, a hairy elephant stomped the northland, wrecking trees and shrubs as it fed on twigs, leaves and bark. These mastodons left a few...
2014/12/20 03:20
2014/12/20 03:20
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There is a new man behind the bench, but is it the same old Calgary Mustangs of the AJHL? Just based on their record for November (2-8-1) and to this point in December (1-5-1), it would be easy to...
2014/12/19 22:39
2014/12/19 22:39
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Aft Deck of R/V Sikuliaq docked at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. Photo accessed from Wikimedia Commons. This week on Addressing Alaksans, we’re headed aboard the R/V Sikuliaq for a tour with...
2014/12/19 22:32
2014/12/19 22:32
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Retired teacher indulges in artistic 'playtime' Holiday bazaars signal the festive winter break is near and are tradition this time of year in Manokotak. Tables adorned with grass and bead earrings,...
2014/12/19 21:27
2014/12/19 21:27
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OPINION: Mark Begich inspires young Alaskan to believe in politicians again Democrat Mark Begich sure delivered a compelling farewell speech in the U.S. Senate on Dec. 11 following his Nov. 4 defeat...
2014/12/18 19:39
2014/12/18 19:39
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The new University of Alaska Fairbanks research vessel Sikuliaq is on its way to Alaska waters. The 261-foot vessel had trials in the Great Lakes. It went through the Panama Canal, and on to Hawaii,...
2014/12/17 20:21
2014/12/17 20:21
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Wednesday, December 17, 2014 Story last updated at 12/17/2014 - 1:57 pm Mastodons: titans of the northland A long, long time ago, a hairy elephant stomped the northland, wrecking trees and shrubs...
2014/12/13 04:39
2014/12/13 04:39
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Why Alaska Researchers Want To Use Drones To Find Hibernating Bears Ptarmigan drone designed by UAF in Selfoss, Iceland. (Photo courtesy Steve Kibler) For the first time, Alaska researchers plan to...
2014/12/10 09:28
2014/12/10 09:28
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Two years after Hurricane Sandy wrecked parts of the east coast, money from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is coming north to help give earlier warnings for those types of...
2014/12/08 06:46
2014/12/08 06:46
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FAIRBANKS (AP) — The University of Alaska Board of Regents is set to consider implementing a tobacco ban on all campuses. The issue is scheduled for a vote Thursday at the regents’ meeting at the...
2014/12/07 15:51
2014/12/07 15:51
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Gov. Bill Walker will submit his predecessor’s recommended budget to the Legislature, but only as a placeholder. On Friday, Alaska’s newest governor released former Gov. Sean Parnell’s proposed fiscal...
2014/12/06 04:27
2014/12/06 04:27
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Snow-starved Alaska not a normal state During the first 21 days of November 2014, no recordable snow fell in Anchorage, Juneau or Fairbanks. Over an unusual swath of the state, the ground was frozen,...
2014/12/05 21:27
2014/12/05 21:27
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Bristol Bay explores geo-tourism potential Bristol Bay Native Association and several local residents have begun to explore the potential for a geo-tourism site on the west end of Naknek Lake,...
2014/12/05 20:27
2014/12/05 20:27
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Larger-than-life map travels the state, teaching geography It's not easy fitting the entire Pacific Ocean on a plane to rural Alaska. That's what education and outreach coordinator with University of...
2014/12/05 15:51
2014/12/05 15:51
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It’s December in Southeast Alaska, and the mint on your front porch has already been buried in a foot of snow and an inch of hoarfrost. It’s the perfect time to grow things indoors. Some local...
2014/12/05 15:51
2014/12/05 15:51
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New Gov. Bill Walker took office Monday and ordered immediate changes in top echelons of state government, including bringing back several members of former Gov. Sarah Palin’s oil and gas team. They...
2014/12/05 15:51
2014/12/05 15:51
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Imagine a shallow lake north of Hughes, in the cold heart of Alaska. In frigid, sluggish water, dim blue light penetrates two feet of ice. The ice has a quarter-size hole, maintained by a stream of...
2014/12/22 14:39
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