Through the project, music composers will interpret glacier outburst floods, high latitude mirages and arctic sea ice changes.
There’s about to be a new resource to educate locals, tour guides and visitors about the humpback whales of Southeast Alaska.
The Skagway Traditional Council is asking harvesters to avoid blue mussels until the population rebounds.
Forage fish, some seabirds and humpback whales in Prince William Sound all seemed to see declines related to warm temperatures. Herring, on the other hand, thrive in warmer water.
Tyonek became the first beluga calf to be successfully nursed back to health when the Alaska SeaLife Center. The scientific success story came just a few years after another stranded beluga calf, Naknek, died from infections.
The final research cruise of 2021 in the Bering and Chukchi seas came through the region in November.
A youth art competition will help determine messaging for signs in Dillingham’s harbor in an effort to keep the water clean.
The U.S. Economic Development Administration announced this week that the proposed mariculture project is among 60 finalists for a Build Back Better Regional Challenge grant.
A Hilcorp pipeline sprung a leak late in December 2016 that continued for three months.
A University of Alaska Fairbanks researcher who listens to killer whales using underwater microphones has learned some interesting things about the creatures.