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Channel 2 NewsThe U.S. Forest Service is dedicating its new forestry sciences laboratory in Juneau this weekend. Saturday's ceremony will included free guided tours and the raising of carved house posts. The Forest Service, in a release, says the 12,000-square-foot...
Channel 2 NewsMarine mammals ranging from sea otters to sea ducks were discussed on the final day of a science panel put on by The Keystone Center, a company hired by The Pebble Partnership, to review The Pebble Partnership Environmental Baseline Studies. At the...
Channel 2 NewsAccording to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, one out of 133 people in the U.S. are diagnosed with Celiac disease. It’s a statistic that 3rd grader Grace Rennard wanted to prove for her science fair project, but found in her...
Channel 2 NewsThe Alaska Marine Science Symposium opened in Downtown Anchorage Monday, with a keynote speech on the topic of marine debris. The five-day symposium at the Hotel Captain Cook brings together more than 1,000 marine scientists and resource managers from...
David joins the KTUU “Morning Edition” team with 30 years of Broadcast Meteorology experience. He has previously covered a broad variety of weather events with meteorology stints in Texas, Oklahoma, Washington, Minnesota and most recently,...
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Channel 2 NewsThe remains of an umiak, which is a type of boat made out of dried animal skin, were discovered among the recently acquired Birnik collection at the University of Alaska Museum of the North. The remains have been dated at 1,000 years old, making these the...
Dan JolingA group of U.S. and Canadian marine mammal experts want to rename a type of killer whale for the researcher whom they consider the founding father of modern killer whale scientific studies. John Ford of Canada's Pacific Biological Station in...
Tags: John Ford, Zoology, Science and Technology
Dan JolingState fisheries biologists planning research to determine the cause for Alaska's poor king salmon returns were urged to focus studies on near-shore marine waters and the human effects on the fish. The biologists Tuesday were collecting research...
Can mining and salmon co-exist? That debate is being heard in Anchorage this week over the proposed Pebble Mine project. The Pebble Limited Partnership is holding another round of scientific review panels overseen by The Keystone Center. The non-...
Channel 2 NewsOn Monday - the eve of a major scientific forum on the proposed Pebble Mine, it was revealed that "The Keystone Conference" -- a consultant hired by Pebble -- has lost the services of 2 scientists who were scheduled to be part of that panel. ...
Channel 2 NewsThe Alaska Native Science and Engineering Program at the University of Alaska Anchorage will receive more than a million dollars from the National Science Foundation. ANSEP was notified this week it is the recipient of the $1.25 million grant. The...
Channel 2 NewsTwo state geologists from Fairbanks were rescued Monday afternoon by helicopter near Whittier, according to Alaska State Troopers. On Saturday evening, the Department of Natural Resources contacted the Soldotna Trooper Dispatch saying 52-year-old...
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