For the first time, volunteer observers counted how many Cook Inlet belugas passed through the rivers between March and May.
The submarine cable would add to a growing number of internet upgrades in Alaska.
A group of researchers and emergency management experts hiked into the area to assess the risk Thursday morning.
Physicists have long speculated about what gives rise to this very specific light phenomenon that occurs in the Earth’s polar regions.
UAF Geophysical Institute research professor and Venus expert Robert Herrick is one of the leaders of the Veritas mission, one of two Venus proposals chosen by NASA.
GCI is partnering with a Matanuska Valley surveying company to chart the subsea floor along an 860-mile route from Kodiak to the Aleutians.
Researchers from the University of Alaska Fairbanks will travel to Dillingham this week to continue erosion research in Bristol Bay’s coastal communities.
The study points to more than 40 overwintering wildfires reported in Alaska since 2005, and Jandt says climate change is suspected to be a key factor.
Two companies are looking at the geothermal energy potential of Mount Spurr, an active volcano across the Cook Inlet from Anchorage.
On May 5, people all across the country shared stories and pictures, and memorialized the thousands of Indigenous people who have disappeared. Later, many users reported that content they shared to their stories disappeared too.