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Catching a lake as it became land

Catching a lake as it became land

If a lake drains on top of the world, will anyone hear it?
Tsunami test across coastal Alaska Wednesday morning

Tsunami test across coastal Alaska Wednesday morning

Wednesday morning, shortly after 10 o'clock, the state will be testing the tsunami warning system around coastal Alaska.…

Arctic ice melt sees early start

Arctic ice melt sees early start

The National Snow and Ice Data Center reported Friday that Arctic sea ice reached its maximum extent on Feb. 25.…

First wood bison head for release in southwest Alaska

First wood bison head for release in southwest Alaska

Thirty juvenile wood bison safely arrived early Sunday afternoon in a rural Alaska village, the first of 100 animals that will be released to restore…

Short, chubby and neurotic is good combination in cold

Short, chubby and neurotic is good combination in cold

There’s no doubt, some people run hotter than others. But what makes a person more tolerant of the cold? The size and shape of one’s…

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Northern trails sponging up winter rainfall

Northern trails sponging up winter rainfall

As he contemplates another long snowmachine journey, Matthew Sturm might consider packing a raincoat. Rain fell in Interior…

New Anchorage museum “lab” sparks innovation

New Anchorage museum “lab” sparks innovation

What do buckets, disco balls, circuits, and marbles have in common? They’re all part of the Anchorage Museum’s…

Denali air still pristine, with a few specks

Denali air still pristine, with a few specks

Fairbanks's air turns bitter every winter as we fill it with woodsmoke and other things, but just down…

Life on ice at the top of the world

Life on ice at the top of the world

On a February day long ago, a family living in a sod hut near the Arctic Ocean saw…

A yearly flood into the Gulf of Alaska

A yearly flood into the Gulf of Alaska

Satellite data has confirmed that the amount of freshwater released into the Gulf of Alaska from streams and…

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