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Algal Toxins Found in Alaskan Marine Mammals
A stranded humpback whale carcass in Dutch Harbor, Alaska. Humpback whales were among the Alaska marine mammals showing exposure to algal toxins, according to new research. Kathy Burek-Huntington, Alaska Veterinary and Pathology Services.
Alaskan Man Arrested in Snowmobile Crash That Killed Iditarod Dog
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — A 26-year-old man accused of crashing his snowmobile into two Iditarod mushers says he was returning home from a night of drinking when he struck Aliy Zirkle and Jeff King's teams early Saturday morning. Alaska State ...
Fire and Ice: Gauging the Effects of Wildfire on Alaskan Permafrost
USGS scientists, in collaboration with researchers at the University of Minnesota and University of Alaska Fairbanks, have mapped belowground permafrost in areas of Alaska that have been affected by wildfire, years-to-decades after the fires occurred.
Obama-Trudeau Arctic Pact Miffs Alaskan Lawmakers
JUNEAU, Alaska (CN) - Alaska's governor and congressional delegation were less than enthused over President Barack Obama and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's pledge to take "science-based steps" to save the Arctic from climate change.
Daylight saving time turns 100 this year.
Daylight saving time is simply a fact of life for many people in North America, but an Alaskan legislator wants to stop the practice. Senator Anna MacKinnon has put forward a bill to stop the clocks from springing forward every March.

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