- A ballot initiative aimed at protecting salmon habitat is facing stiff opposition from industry groups, unions and Native corporations in Alaska. That opposition was on full display at an Anchorage hearing on the measure this week.
- "It’s an area that I and some other colleagues have started thinking about: can you get methane forming in terrestrial environments? But it’s a very new area of science," carbon scientist Katey Walter Anthony said.
- This season, it seems like more bears have been spotted around Juneau scavenging for food, and scientists think they know why.
An army of citizen scientists assembled along Turnagain Arm Saturday to count endangered belugas near Anchorage.
The controversial initiative, which was announced in August, is up against a November deadline.
In an interview last month, Balash describee what he called a "really difficult management challenge" with Fish and Wildlife Service employees. He said during a recent meeting with the agency in Alaska, he felt employees weren't eager to carry out…
For more than two decades, the Pribilof Islands have had a rat prevention program to keep the island rat-free. During that time, six rats have been killed near the docks, but now one is at large.
Imagine a wave as tall as the ConocoPhillips building in downtown Anchorage. It happened just three years ago in Southeast Alaska. A new scientific paper makes the case that climate change could increase the likelihood of these events.