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After Midnight: A True Ghost Story
The nervous chatter of the tourists echoed through the musty catacombs of the ancient city of Edinburgh. If I lingered behind the crowd, would that improve my chances of seeing a ghost? Or perhaps any spectral visitor would be put off by the unstable energies...
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How we used a century of data to create a modern, digital geologic map of Alaska
Since William Smith's publication of the first geologic map of England in 1815, geologists have used maps to show the distribution and character of rocks at the Earth's surface, and display their interpretations of the underlying geology.
Photo Friday: Malaspina Glacier as Seen From Space
The glacier moves in surges that push dirt and rocks outward into expanding concentric patterns, which creates the visible lines in the glacier. The Malaspina Glacier covers a land area of more than 3,900 square kilometers or about 1,500 square miles.
Around Town: Community Listings
Malaspina Arts Society and Vancouver Island University (VIU) present a screening on The True Cost, a documentary film on the impact fashion has on the world, 6 pm on Wednesday, March 9, in room 148 at VIU Powell River campus. Admission by donation.
I wanted to publish a book before I died
My doctor at Memorial Sloan-Kettering was Hugo Castro-Malaspina. Hugo as in Victor. Castro as in the dictator.
Study shows unique diet, challenges for Alaska's Malaspina Glacier bears
The brown bears living near Malaspina Glacier in Southeast Alaska's Wrangell St. Elias National Park are a unique breed of bruin. They live in a constantly changing landscape, eat an unusual diet and have developed a one-of-a-kind genetic structure.

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