Friday at 3 on A Juneau Afternoon.
We’ll hear about a national mathematical honorary which will be installed at UAS next Thursday, and a presentation by the installer, Dr. Colin Starr of Williamette University in Oregon, on Feuerbach’s Theorem
Mary Lou Spartz and Richard Stokes will be here to highlight Sunday’s presentation by the Monday Night Writers’ Group;
We’ll talk with the Alaska Folk Festival’s Guest Dance Band, the Gallus Brothers;
Jorden Nigro and Amy Fletcher will tell us about the Gratitude Lens Project;
and, Ray Troll and the Ratfish Wranglers will drop in to raise the insanity level in the KTOO studio.
That, Writer’s Almanac, Bird Note, music and more, today at 3 on KTOO-NEWS.
- A whale-watching tour saw more than just whales Wednesday, after helping save a deer from drowning in the ocean.
- Equatorial Pacific Ocean finally shows signs of cooling, but the Gulf of Alaska and Bering Sea are still extremely warm. Latest research indicates both phenomenon helped with each other's formation between 2013 and 2015.
- The updated geochemical atlas was an outgrowth of another project. Geologists and surveyors were on a mission to find rare earth elements and minerals that could be strategically important to the country.
- During a brief layover Wednesday in Ketchikan on her way to Sitka, Alaska’s Sen. Lisa Murkowski talked about the state’s Republican primary campaign, and about the presidential election.