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A good snowfall in early November drew us out to enjoy the brightened landscape…
Climate change in the Arctic and Alaska is substantial; we can see signals it has arrived…”
One should never tire of writing columns about gratitude. I hope I never do.
When you are a young boy growing up in Brooklyn in the 1930s, sniffing warm pastries your father has placed in the window of his… Continue reading
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There are wonderfully diverse ways of using silk to detect and capture prey.
My success may come in spite of my method, not because of it.
A tree grows in Petersburg.
At some point, we start wrapping our heads around value, not just cost.
What do a platypus, salamander and dolphin have in common?
Alaska researchers are working to create insulation that removes carbon from the atmosphere.
An abs-orb-ing read.
Vic Van Ballenberghe had stood amid their knobby legs for many springs and falls in Interior Alaska.
I find what I want to find and proclaim certainty. This is not helpful.
Where is everybody?
“I can hand a piece of the Yukon River or Mendenhall Glacier to someone thousands of miles away…”
The most recent count put the population at 16,650 whales — down 38% from its peak in 2015-16.
See the salmon stats here.