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PhysOrg
Isotope study determines fish were more prominent in early Alaskans' dietsfish in their diets than previously thought, according to a newly published stu
Isotope study determines fish were more prominent in early Alaskans' diets
PhysOrg / Posted 2 hours ago
fish in their diets than previously thought, according to a newly published study. A team of researchers from the University of Alaska Fairbanks made the discovery after taking samples from 17 prehistoric hearths along the Tanana River,... Read more
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Tri-County Citizen
New Lothrop’s Tressa Graves receives master’s degree, resident position | August 28, 2016Tressa Graves graduated this past spring with her master’s degree in Library an
New Lothrop’s Tressa Graves receives master’s degree, resident position | August 28, 2016
Tri-County Citizen / Posted yesterday
Tressa Graves graduated this past spring with her master’s degree in Library and Information Science (MLIS) from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC). She also received a highly-competitive resident position with the American... Read more
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The Bristol Bay Times
Early bloom thrives into a bountiful summerbroods survived the chilly rains." Brian Brettschneider, Climatologist Interna
Early bloom thrives into a bountiful summer
The Bristol Bay Times / Posted 2 days ago
broods survived the chilly rains." Brian Brettschneider, Climatologist International Arctic Research Center for the University of Alaska Fairbanks, writes in an email, "Plant growth schedule is interesting. In the spring, they require... Read more
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Capital City Weekly
CapitalCityWeekly.com - Southeast Alaska's Online Newspaperresearch proves that the mass release of salmon smolt from hatcheries acts as a
CapitalCityWeekly.com - Southeast Alaska's Online Newspaper
Capital City Weekly / Posted 5 days ago
research proves that the mass release of salmon smolt from hatcheries acts as a “dinner bell” stimulus for predatory fish. University of Alaska Fairbanks’ biologists Anne Beaudreau, Doug Duncan, and Emily Whitney have spent much of their summer... Read more
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KULR-8 Billings
Yellowstone River closed indefinitelyclosed indefinitely Biologists and scientists announced Tuesday the 183-mile s
Yellowstone River closed indefinitely
KULR-8 Billings / Posted 5 days ago
closed indefinitely Biologists and scientists announced Tuesday the 183-mile stretch of the Yellowstone River is closed indefinitely as they try to figure out how far the deadly parasite that's killing fish is... Read more
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ABC Montana
Yellowstone River closed indefinitelyclosed indefinitely Biologists and scientists announce Tuesday the 183-mile st
Yellowstone River closed indefinitely
ABC Montana / Posted 5 days ago
closed indefinitely Biologists and scientists announce Tuesday the 183-mile stretch of the Yellowstone River is closed indefinitely as they try to figure out how far the deadly parasite that's killing fish is... Read more
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PhysOrg
Study measures methane release from Arctic permafrostMosaic of images of the Arctic by MODIS. Credit: NASA A University of Alaska Fa
Study measures methane release from Arctic permafrost
PhysOrg / Posted 7 days ago
Mosaic of images of the Arctic by MODIS. Credit: NASA A University of Alaska Fairbanks-led research project has provided the first modern evidence of a landscape-level permafrost carbon feedback, in which thawing permafrost releases ancient carbon as... Read more
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KULR-8 Billings
Workers pack up MontanaFair All day long on Sunday workers at MontanaFair packed up all of the equipment
Workers pack up MontanaFair
KULR-8 Billings / Posted 7 days ago
All day long on Sunday workers at MontanaFair packed up all of the equipment and officials tell us overall MontanaFair was a success this year. All day long on Sunday workers at MontanaFair... Read more
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KULR-8 Billings
Lewis and Clark County advisory group recommends 2-cent per gallon gas hikeMontana State University receives $20 million grant from the National Institute
Lewis and Clark County advisory group recommends 2-cent per gallon gas hike
KULR-8 Billings / Posted 8 days ago
Montana State University receives $20 million grant from the National Institutes of HealthMontana State University receives $20 million grant from the National Institutes of Health BOZEMAN, Mont. (AP) - Montana State University and its partners have... Read more
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ABC Montana
Native communities get help with health disparitiesBOZEMAN, Mont. (AP) - Montana State University and its partners have received $
Native communities get help with health disparities
ABC Montana / Posted 8 days ago
BOZEMAN, Mont. (AP) - Montana State University and its partners have received $20 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to address health disparities facing Native communities in Montana and Alaska. University officials say the new... Read more
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KULR-8 Billings
Native communities get help with health disparitiesBOZEMAN, Mont. (AP) - Montana State University and its partners have received $
Native communities get help with health disparities
KULR-8 Billings / Posted 8 days ago
BOZEMAN, Mont. (AP) - Montana State University and its partners have received $20 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to address health disparities facing Native communities in Montana and Alaska. University officials say the new... Read more
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KECI Missoula
Native communities get help with health disparitiesBOZEMAN, Mont. - Montana State University and its partners have received $20 mi
Native communities get help with health disparities
KECI Missoula / Posted 8 days ago
BOZEMAN, Mont. - Montana State University and its partners have received $20 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to address health disparities facing Native communities in Montana and Alaska. University officials say the new... Read more
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The Bristol Bay Times
Science forum in Unalaska addresses sweeping changeU.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Science forum in Unalaska addresses sweeping change
The Bristol Bay Times / Posted 10 days ago
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Qawalangin Tribe of Unalaska, Aleutian Pribilof Islands Association, University of Alaska Fairbanks and others. Jim Paulin can be reached at jpaulin@reportalask... Read more
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ABC Montana
MSU, partners awarded $20 million grant to address Native health disparitiesand Translational Research Program includes collaborators from Blackfeet Commun
MSU, partners awarded $20 million grant to address Native health disparities
ABC Montana / Posted 13 days ago
and Translational Research Program includes collaborators from Blackfeet Community College, the University of Montana, the University of Alaska Fairbanks, the University of Alaska Anchorage, Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium and the... Read more
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Juneau Empire
Justice Sotomayor gets personal with UA Fairbanks audience“a better world.” Sotomayor spoke Sunday night at the Davis Concert Hall as pa
Justice Sotomayor gets personal with UA Fairbanks audience
Juneau Empire / Posted 13 days ago
“a better world.” Sotomayor spoke Sunday night at the Davis Concert Hall as part of a summer speaker series hosted by the University of Alaska Fairbanks, The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner reported. The justice answered pre-submitted questions on... Read more
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Alaska Public
Justice Sotomayor speaks at UAFUnited States Associate Supreme Court Justice Sonya Sotomayor spoke at the Univ
Justice Sotomayor speaks at UAF
Alaska Public / Posted 13 days ago
United States Associate Supreme Court Justice Sonya Sotomayor spoke at the University of Alaska Fairbanks Sunday. Sotomayor, the first Latina appointed the nation’s highest court, addressed a capacity audience in Fairbanks. Sonia Sotomayor (Photo... Read more
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Alaska Public
Monday, Aug. 15, 2016speaks at UAF Dan Bross, KUAC – Fairbanks United States Associate Supreme Cou
Monday, Aug. 15, 2016
Alaska Public / Posted 13 days ago
speaks at UAF Dan Bross, KUAC – Fairbanks United States Associate Supreme Court Justice Sonya Sotomayor spoke at the University of Alaska Fairbanks Sunday. Sotomayor, the first Latina appointed the nation’s highest court, addressed a capacity... Read more
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The Columbian
Working in Clark County: Laura Standridge, civil engineerand moved around a bit and ended up in Alaska, where I obtained my bachelor’s o
Working in Clark County: Laura Standridge, civil engineer
The Columbian / Posted 14 days ago
and moved around a bit and ended up in Alaska, where I obtained my bachelor’s of science in civil engineering from the University of Alaska Fairbanks. There is a wide variety of work that you can do with a civil engineering degree and my focus... Read more
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Juneau Empire
Alaska Science Forum: Flood control project keeps Fairbanks drythe control works at Moose Creek Dam, go to youtube.com/watch?v=4J8mNqj2zXE&fea
Alaska Science Forum: Flood control project keeps Fairbanks dry
Juneau Empire / Posted 17 days ago
the control works at Moose Creek Dam, go to youtube.com/watch?v=4J8mNqj2zXE&feature=youtu.be. • Since the late 1970s, the University of Alaska Fairbanks’ Geophysical Institute has provided this column free in cooperation with the UAF research... Read more
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5KSDK St. Louis
Blues defenseman nets new goal: graduating collegeSt. Louis rookie defenseman Colton Parayko was working toward another goal: gra
Blues defenseman nets new goal: graduating college
5KSDK St. Louis / Posted 17 days ago
St. Louis rookie defenseman Colton Parayko was working toward another goal: graduating college. Friday, Parayko will officially graduate from the University of Alaska-Fairbanks with a bachelor's degree in business administration. The St.... Read more
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ARRL Amateur Radio News
Now Free of HAARP, US Air Force Still Wants to Tinker with the Ionospheretinkering, having just last year transferred the High Frequency Active Auroral
Now Free of HAARP, US Air Force Still Wants to Tinker with the Ionosphere
ARRL Amateur Radio News / Posted 18 days ago
tinkering, having just last year transferred the High Frequency Active Auroral Research Project (HAARP) facility to the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF), which hopes to restart it next year. HAARP’s super-power RF in the high-frequency... Read more
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Alaska Public
In Bethel House race, candidates question Democratic credpolitical spectrum, they’d both be Democrats. But, maybe with a lowercase “d.”
In Bethel House race, candidates question Democratic cred
Alaska Public / Posted 19 days ago
political spectrum, they’d both be Democrats. But, maybe with a lowercase “d.” Bob Herron v Zach Fansler (Photo courtesy of KYUK) Each accuses the other of not being Democratic enough. With no Republican challenger, the race will be decided in... Read more
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Capital City Weekly
CapitalCityWeekly.com - Southeast Alaska's Online Newspapercelebration. Participants in the event will include Drs. Brian Buma (University
CapitalCityWeekly.com - Southeast Alaska's Online Newspaper
Capital City Weekly / Posted 19 days ago
celebration. Participants in the event will include Drs. Brian Buma (University of Alaska Southeast) and Glenn Juday (University of Alaska Fairbanks), ecologists who have continued Cooper’s vegetation plot studies. Everyone is welcome to... Read more
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Peninsula Clarion
A scientist, a Native voice, and a former public radio chief compete for Alaska's Democratic chance at the U.S. Houseyears and years ago.” Five years ago, William Hibler stepped down from his job
A scientist, a Native voice, and a former public radio chief compete for Alaska's Democratic chance at the U.S. House
Peninsula Clarion / Posted 20 days ago
years and years ago.” Five years ago, William Hibler stepped down from his job as a full-time glaciologist with the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Now, he’s a firm supporter of Bernie Sanders and hoping for the chance to take on Don Young... Read more
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Alaska Public
Sitka Sound Science Center students complete skeletal rearticulation of sea lionin Sitka Sound Science Center’s summer camp week, aptly named “Dem Bones,” rece
Sitka Sound Science Center students complete skeletal rearticulation of sea lion
Alaska Public / Posted 21 days ago
in Sitka Sound Science Center’s summer camp week, aptly named “Dem Bones,” recently finished assembling the skeleton of a California sea lion. The bones were cleaned and brought to Sitka by Dr. Shannon Atkinson of the University of Alaska,... Read more
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Peninsula Clarion
Business Briefstree nuts, dried fruits, and horticulture and nursery crops. Extension offers
Business Briefs
Peninsula Clarion / Posted 21 days ago
tree nuts, dried fruits, and horticulture and nursery crops. Extension offers money management video series The University of Alaska Fairbanks Cooperative Extension Service has launched a series of short videos to help Alaskans manage... Read more
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Peninsula Clarion
Paul Seaton to try for 2nd round in Alaska Houseof arts from Ventura Community College, Ventura, Calif.; a bachelor of science
Paul Seaton to try for 2nd round in Alaska House
Peninsula Clarion / Posted 21 days ago
of arts from Ventura Community College, Ventura, Calif.; a bachelor of science and a masters of arts in teaching from the University of Alaska Fairbanks; a masters of science in marine zoology from San Diego State College, Calif., and a... Read more
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Juneau Empire
Local made it to the Dream TeamJuneau resident and University of Alaska Fairbanks information technology stude
Local made it to the Dream Team
Juneau Empire / Posted 22 days ago
Juneau resident and University of Alaska Fairbanks information technology student Stephanie Harvey was selected to go to Cisco Live in Las Vegas as part of the Dream Team. To be able to go to Cisco Live, which is an education and training destination... Read more
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Juneau Empire
A scientist, a Native voice, and a former public radio chief compete for Alaska's Democratic chance at the U.S. Houseyears and years ago.” Five years ago, William Hibler stepped down from his job
A scientist, a Native voice, and a former public radio chief compete for Alaska's Democratic chance at the U.S. House
Juneau Empire / Posted 23 days ago
years and years ago.” Five years ago, William Hibler stepped down from his job as a full-time glaciologist with the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Now, he’s a firm supporter of Bernie Sanders and hoping for the chance to take on Don Young... Read more
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MLive.com
Incredible northern lights time-lapse puts you right under the aurorasNorthern lights put on a heck of a show over Lake Superior early Wednesday morn
Incredible northern lights time-lapse puts you right under the auroras
MLive.com / Posted 24 days ago
Northern lights put on a heck of a show over Lake Superior early Wednesday morning, August 4, 2016. One man hit the jackpot on his quest to see the northern lights. On his Facebook page, Akash Wadhwani says he drove nine hours from the Chicago area... Read more
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Juneau Empire
Alaska Science Forum: Scientists reveal what killed St. Paul mammothsstable isotope analysis to help decipher the tiny universe of information. At t
Alaska Science Forum: Scientists reveal what killed St. Paul mammoths
Juneau Empire / Posted 24 days ago
stable isotope analysis to help decipher the tiny universe of information. At the Alaska Stable Isotope Facility on the University of Alaska Fairbanks campus, technicians vaporize tiny samples of things and run the gas through an isotope ratio... Read more
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Peninsula Clarion
Refuge Notebook: The first step in solving invasive species problemshands dirty. Joel Stone is a biological intern at Kenai National Wildlife Refu
Refuge Notebook: The first step in solving invasive species problems
Peninsula Clarion / Posted 24 days ago
hands dirty. Joel Stone is a biological intern at Kenai National Wildlife Refuge. He is an undergraduate student at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, majoring in Wildlife Biology. Find more information at http://www.fws.gov/refuge/kenai/ or... Read more
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ARRL Amateur Radio News
HAARP Facility to Reopen in 2017 under New OwnershipAuroral Research Program (HAARP) facility will reopen in 2017. The sprawling fa
HAARP Facility to Reopen in 2017 under New Ownership
ARRL Amateur Radio News / Posted 25 days ago
Auroral Research Program (HAARP) facility will reopen in 2017. The sprawling facility now is under the ownership of the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF), and the UAF Geophysical Institute is preparing HAARP for a new sponsored research... Read more
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Peninsula Clarion
U.S House candidates introduced at Chamber of Commerce Luncheondid not attend. A Democrat and Libertarian candidate will also emerge from the
U.S House candidates introduced at Chamber of Commerce Luncheon
Peninsula Clarion / Posted 25 days ago
did not attend. A Democrat and Libertarian candidate will also emerge from the Aug. 16 primaries. All three democrats — University of Alaska Fairbanks oceanography professor Bill Hibler, former news editor Steve Lindbeck, and Anchorage airport... Read more
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Juneau Empire
Should UA's three campuses combine into one? This report says no.was compiled by Dana Thomas, a Fairbanks resident who formerly served as the vi
Should UA's three campuses combine into one? This report says no.
Juneau Empire / Posted 25 days ago
was compiled by Dana Thomas, a Fairbanks resident who formerly served as the vice president of academic affairs at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. At the start of July, UA President Jim Johnsen announced that Thomas will become interim... Read more
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Capital City Weekly
CapitalCityWeekly.com - Southeast Alaska's Online NewspaperCordelia is currently living in Barrow, working in tribal education at Ilisagvi
CapitalCityWeekly.com - Southeast Alaska's Online Newspaper
Capital City Weekly / Posted 26 days ago
Cordelia is currently living in Barrow, working in tribal education at Ilisagvik College and will be attending the University of Alaska Fairbanks this fall for her Masters in Rural Development with an emphasis in Arctic Policy. Cordelia... Read more
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Juneau Empire
Weather Service: 10th straight month of above-normal tempstwo and a half years — March 2014 averaged 2.3 degrees below normal, according
Weather Service: 10th straight month of above-normal temps
Juneau Empire / Posted 26 days ago
two and a half years — March 2014 averaged 2.3 degrees below normal, according to the Alaska Climate Research Center at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. July brought the capital city its second (and likely last) 80-degree day of the year on July... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Alaskan woolly mammoths died of thirstpicture of the situation for these mammoths," said Matthew Wooller, director of
Alaskan woolly mammoths died of thirst
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 27 days ago
picture of the situation for these mammoths," said Matthew Wooller, director of the Alaska Stable Isotope Facility at the University of Alaska Fairbanks and a co-author of the study. "Freshwater resources look like the smoking gun for what pushed... Read more
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The Times & The Sunday Times
Alaskan woolly mammoths died of thirstpicture of the situation for these mammoths," said Matthew Wooller, director of
Alaskan woolly mammoths died of thirst
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 27 days ago
picture of the situation for these mammoths," said Matthew Wooller, director of the Alaska Stable Isotope Facility at the University of Alaska Fairbanks and a co-author of the study. "Freshwater resources look like the smoking gun for what pushed... Read more
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SKY News
Last Woolly Mammoths Died Because Of Thirstnew water. "It paints a dire picture of the situation for these mammoths," sai
Last Woolly Mammoths Died Because Of Thirst
SKY News / Posted 27 days ago
new water. "It paints a dire picture of the situation for these mammoths," said lead author Dr Matthew Wooller, from the University of Alaska Fairbanks. "Freshwater resources look like the smoking gun for what pushed them into this untenable... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Woolly mammoths probably died of thirst, scientists sayfor new water supplies. "It paints a dire picture of the situation for these m
Woolly mammoths probably died of thirst, scientists say
Daily Telegraph / Posted 27 days ago
for new water supplies. "It paints a dire picture of the situation for these mammoths," said Dr Matthew Wooller, from the University of Alaska Fairbanks, who co-led the research. "Freshwater resources look like the smoking gun for what pushed... Read more
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CNET
The story of woolly mammoths' last stand on an Alaskan islandsituation for these mammoths," said study co-author Matthew Wooller, director o
The story of woolly mammoths' last stand on an Alaskan island
CNET / Posted 28 days ago
situation for these mammoths," said study co-author Matthew Wooller, director of the Alaska Stable Isotope Facility at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, in a news release. "Freshwater resources look like the smoking gun for what pushed them into... Read more
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Alaska Public
Early spring impacts peony growersunplanned, Schoultz said, and she wouldn’t be part of it if it weren’t for her
Early spring impacts peony growers
Alaska Public / Posted 28 days ago
unplanned, Schoultz said, and she wouldn’t be part of it if it weren’t for her friend, Dr. Patricia Holloway with the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Holloway says that, at first, she didn’t know anything about peonies or cut flowers in... Read more
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express
The last woolly mammoths 'died of THIRST caused by global warming'a long period of dry conditions which lowered water quality and quantity. Co-a
The last woolly mammoths 'died of THIRST caused by global warming'
express / Posted 28 days ago
a long period of dry conditions which lowered water quality and quantity. Co-author Professor Matthew Wooller at the University of Alaska Fairbanks said: “It paints a dire picture of the situation for these mammoths “Freshwater resources... Read more
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PhysOrg
Lack of water likely caused extinction of isolated Alaska mammothsProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Matthew Wooller, director of
Lack of water likely caused extinction of isolated Alaska mammoths
PhysOrg / Posted 28 days ago
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Matthew Wooller, director of the Alaska Stable Isotope Facility at the University of Alaska Fairbanks and a co-author of the study, said past events on St. Paul Island provided a unique... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Scientists discover what killed the last woolly mammoths on Earthfor new water supplies. "It paints a dire picture of the situation for these m
Scientists discover what killed the last woolly mammoths on Earth
Daily Mirror / Posted 28 days ago
for new water supplies. "It paints a dire picture of the situation for these mammoths," said Dr Matthew Wooller, from the University of Alaska Fairbanks, who co-led the research. The creatures managed to survive an extra 5000 years on a remote... Read more
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The Seattle Times
‘And Soon I Heard a Roaring Wind’: Where, how and why the wind blowsNatural History of Moving Air” is also a history of weather forecasting. Bill
‘And Soon I Heard a Roaring Wind’: Where, how and why the wind blows
The Seattle Times / Posted 29 days ago
Natural History of Moving Air” is also a history of weather forecasting. Bill Streever, an affiliate faculty member at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, intertwines these scientific histories in terms palatable even for laymen. When the going... Read more
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The Bristol Bay Times
Unalaska hosts Aleutian science conferenceSeafood Cooperative, and longtime advocate of flatfish bottomtrawlers; Terry Jo
Unalaska hosts Aleutian science conference
The Bristol Bay Times / Posted 30 days ago
Seafood Cooperative, and longtime advocate of flatfish bottomtrawlers; Terry Johnson, Melissa Good and Paula Cullenberg of University of Alaska Fairbanks' Marine Advisory Program; John Warrenchuk of the environmental group Oceana, addressing... Read more
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The Bristol Bay Times
Discovering the hidden universe at bug campthe kids gather a tiny portion of the largest source of biomass in Alaska. Dere
Discovering the hidden universe at bug camp
The Bristol Bay Times / Posted a month ago
the kids gather a tiny portion of the largest source of biomass in Alaska. Derek Sikes figures that the insects within the University of Alaska Fairbanks leaf litter alone account for about 34,000 pounds of bug per square mile. For every delicate... Read more
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Juneau Empire
Alaska Science Forum: Elephant Point and forests on ice1910 until 1938, when the price of copper fell so low the operation was no long
Alaska Science Forum: Elephant Point and forests on ice
Juneau Empire / Posted a month ago
1910 until 1938, when the price of copper fell so low the operation was no longer profitable. • Since the late 1970s, the University of Alaska Fairbanks’ Geophysical Institute has provided this column free in cooperation with the UAF research... Read more
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