With warming ocean temperatures, the risk of paralytic shellfish poisoning can linger all year-round, and Alaska has only one Food and Drug Administration certified laboratory to test shellfish. There are no labs to protect those digging for their dinner, but that may soon change.Read More
Imagine a king crab, living the good life. He’s minding his own business, happily scavenging the bottom of the ocean for food with his fellow crabs, when all of a sudden he’s attacked and infected. The infection eventually castrates him and takes over his body.Read More
The Alaska Mental Health Trust Land Office is considering a heavy mineral prospect in Southeast Alaska.
The Alaska Aerospace Corp. is looking for funding elsewhere to ensure the facility stays up to date with the changing aerospace industry.Read More
The company says that at full production, the facility is designed to produce up to 10,000 barrels per day of natural gas condensate and 200 million cubic feet of recycled gas that can be re-injected for future recovery.Read More