At a magnitude 7.9, the deep-sea earthquake that struck on June 23 was the most powerful to hit the Western Aleutians in 50 years.
Arctic sea ice is rapidly shrinking, but National Geographic is only on its ninth edition of its Atlas of the World since 1963.
Sea ice broke up earlier this spring following a warm winter, and without ice to sunbathe on, the seal pups have been heading to the beaches.
NOAA is opening public comment on a plan to relax Steller sea lion protections and allow more commercial fishing in the western Aleutian Islands.
Alaska’s landscape has an unusual feature that allows us to enjoy cheap bananas in the Interior and other things that make life possible in the subarctic.
The state’s petition argues the threat of extinction for the North Pacific humpback whale is gone
Conservation groups are asking for endangered species protection for yellow cedar trees in Alaska.
Juneau officials met Monday to plan their response to a possible glacial outburst flood in the area around Mendenhall Lake this summer
A tsunami warning has been issued for parts of Alaska's Aleutian Island chain after a powerful earthquake.
Recently, Alaska’s seen a flurry of volcanic eruptions and sizable earthquakes and it’s got scientists wondering how all the activity might be connected.