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Science

Unit 22C Tier II Muskox Hunt Changes

Earthquake monitoring arrives in Barrow

Earthquake monitoring arrives in Barrow

TerraSond Awarded Five-Year NOAA Survey Contract

Study: Climate-cooling arctic lakes soak up greenhouse gases

The mystery of 53 dead caribou in the Alaska Range

The mystery of 53 dead caribou in the Alaska Range

Alaska rivers flow through mountain range

Alaska rivers flow through mountain range

Earlier Snowmelt Prompting Earlier Breeding of Arctic Birds

Earlier Snowmelt Prompting Earlier Breeding of Arctic Birds

Number of Alaska Glaciers is Everchanging

Number of Alaska Glaciers is Everchanging

Arctic Alaska a different kind of place

Arctic Alaska a different kind of place

Flagship U.S. arctic research facility welcomes EU scientists

Pavlof Volcano Continues to Erupt near Cold Bay, Alaska

Pavlof Volcano Continues to Erupt near Cold Bay, Alaska

Wolf Pups Find Permanent Home at Minnesota Zoo

Air Cargo Ranks High

Air Cargo Ranks High

Many people across the nation and throughout the world visit Alaska for its majestic beauty and natural wonder. They come to see the vibrant Aurora Borealis, catch a glimpse of the state’s wild animals, or see what really makes up the Last Frontier. One thing many travelers don’t consider is the vast amounts of goods that travel to—and especially through—Alaska.

'Orphaned' Wildlife Babies? Don't Touch!

Alaska Geographic USGS Map Store Closes, Moves Online

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