IAB In The News

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10 Jan 2019UAF offers new cannabis chemistry class
Webcenter 11
Kelly Drew
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6 Jan 2019UAF offering its first class about cannabis
Fairbanks Daily News Miner
Kelly Drew
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3 Jan 2019Alaska Wilderness Hunt and Health Study
Eastmans Hunting Journal
Robert Coker
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8 Nov 2018New UAF research explores climate's affect on Golden Eagle migration
KTVF Channel 11
Joseph Eisaguirre
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1 Nov 2018Podcast: Polar Lessons
Proto Podcast
Kelly Drew
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26 Oct 2018When Moths Turn Away Moose
Alaska Native News
Knut Kielland, Diane Wagner
link
14 Oct 2018‘World citizen’ winds up in Fairbanks
Fairbanks News Miner
Christa Mulder
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9 Oct 2018The Influence of Wildland Fire Operationas on Adipose Tissue, Skeletal Muscle, and Lipids of Firefighters
Robert (Trey) Coker
Robert Coker
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17 Sep 2018Researcher Spotlight: Bahareh Barati

Zeinab Bahareh Barati
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1 Sep 2018Arctic ground squirrels go to hibernate early, and that’s part of why they’re supercool
Anchorage Daily News
Cory Williams
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29 Aug 2018UAF Program Helps Science-oriented Youths ‘Broaden Expertise’ with Hands-on Learning
KUAC
Christa Mulder
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21 Jun 2018How Does the Summer Solstice Affect Animals?
Live Science
Cory Williams
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22 May 2018Streams may skew carbon cycle as climate warms
Nature
Christina Baker, Tamara Harms, Jeremy Jones
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3 Apr 2018Health Report: UAF dietary study
Newscenter 11
Robert Coker
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2 Apr 2018UAF plans free science camp for kids in foster, state care
Webcenter11
Christa Mulder, Bonanza Creek Long-Term Ecological Research program
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26 Mar 2018Climate policy, carbon emissions from permafrost
Science News
David McGuire, Alaska Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit
link
14 Mar 2018Why humans are optimised for endurance running, not speed
The Guardian
Robert Coker
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9 Mar 2018U.S. government needs to do more to climate-proof communities, say experts
Thomson Reuters Foundation News
F. Stuart Chapin III
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28 Feb 2018Race across the tundra: White spruce vs. snowshoe hare
National Science Foundation
Knut Kielland, Justin Olnes, Bonanza Creek Long-Term Ecological Research program
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15 Feb 2018Why People Are Swimming in Freezing Water
Time
Robert Coker
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1 Feb 2018What Scientists Learned From Strapping a Camera to a Polar Bear
The Atlantic
Oivind Toien
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25 Jan 2018Warming climate affecting Alaska berries
KTVF Channel 11
Christa Mulder, Katie Spellman, Bonanza Creek Long-Term Ecological Research program
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25 Jan 2018How polar animals cope with the frigid darkness for months at a time
Popular Science
Cory Williams
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20 Jan 2018Why Do Moose Shed Their Antlers?
National Geographic
Kris Hundertmark
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12 Jan 2018City Wilds: Wood Frogs Sweeten Up to Survive Alaska's Winters
Anchorage Press
Brian Barnes
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29 Dec 2017Glacial melt could harm Alaska salmon populations
Undercurrent News
Jeffrey Falke, Alaska Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit
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28 Dec 2017As Alaska Glaciers Shrink, Salmon Populations May Also Decline
GlacierHub
Erik Schoen, Jeffrey Falke, Alaska Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit
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18 Dec 2017Winners and Losers Among $1 Billion World-Class Alaska Salmon Fisheries
Outdoor News Bulletin
Erik Schoen, Mark Wipfli, Alaska Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit
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11 Dec 2017Scientist studies health problems of Arctic living
Fairbanks Daily News Miner
Lawrence K. Duffy
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29 Nov 2017Will Mars colonists snooze their way to the Red Planet?
NBC News
Kelly Drew
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31 Oct 2017Study reviews potential climate impacts on Kenai River salmon
Peninsula Clarion
Erik Schoen, Mark Wipfli, Alaska Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit
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26 Oct 2017Three honored as champions for children
Fairbanks Daily News Miner
Christa Mulder
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12 Oct 2017Animals Don't Actually Sleep for the Winter, and Other Surprises About Hibernations
National Geographic
Kelly Drew
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5 Oct 2017A far-north lynx den could answer questions about the cycles of hares
Fairbanks Daily News Miner
Claire Montgomerie
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18 Sep 2017Story49: A New Season in Shishmaref
KNOM
Christa Mulder
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26 Aug 2017UAF receives $4.25 million suicide prevention grant
Fairbanks Daily News Miner
Stacy Rasmus, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
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18 Aug 2017Wildfire still burning in Greenland tundra in mid-August 2017
Climate.gov
Donald Walker
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17 Aug 2017Berry research project seeks Alaskan volunteer citizen scientists
Phys Org
Christa Mulder
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2 Aug 2017Mining in Tibet poses threat to black-necked cranes
Morung Express
Falk Huettmann
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2 Aug 2017Loss of 350 miles of Great Plains streams causing changes in aquatic food web
Science Daily
Jeffrey Falke
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12 Jul 2017Groundwater Pumping Drying Up Great Plains Streams, Driving Fish Extinctions
Scienmag
Jeffrey Falke, Alaska Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit
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11 Jul 2017Resolving a Methane Mystery in the Arctic
Earth & Space Science News
David McGuire, Alaska Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit
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23 Apr 2017Thick ice formations in Arctic rivers are melting earlier in summer
Alaska Dispatch News
Toolik Field Station
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23 Feb 2017UAF professor publishes first-of-its-kind research tracking orca, narwhal behavior
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Greg Breed
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11 Feb 2017Is There Life After Death?
BBC Crowd Science Radio
Don Larson
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8 Feb 2017A continued study: The Yukon Arctic Ultra 2017
Center for Space Medicine and Extreme Environments
Robert Coker
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4 Feb 2017Students build camera to capture footage of Antarctic icefish
Good Day Chicago - Fox 32
Kristin O'Brien
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24 Jan 2017How do you study fish in Antarctica? Ask these CPS students, who built a probe
Chicago Tribune
Kristin O'Brien
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4 Jan 2017Wandering lynx: Lynx research in Alaska and Canada
Alaska Department of Fish and Game
Knut Kielland, Bonanza Creek Long-Term Ecological Research program
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10 Dec 2016How a Copper Valley couple caught a lynx that wandered all the way from Canada
Alaska Dispatch News
Knut Kielland, Bonanza Creek Long-Term Ecological Research program
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10 Dec 2016It’s to Alaska and then some for Max, the Yukon lynx
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Knut Kielland, Bonanza Creek Long-Term Ecological Research program
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27 Nov 2016Study finds climate change limits access to resources for subsistence hunters
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Todd Brinkman, F. Stuart Chapin III, Gary Kofinas, Bonanza Creek Long-Term Ecological Research program
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23 Nov 2016Sharing, cooperation key to Arctic villages
Science Daily
Gary Kofinas, Bonanza Creek Long-Term Ecological Research program
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17 Nov 2016Climate change limits access to subsistence resources
Sit News
Todd Brinkman, Bonanza Creek Long-Term Ecological Research program
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17 Nov 2016Two moose locked antlers in a fight, then froze together in a stream
The Washington Post
Kris Hundertmark
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1 Nov 2016From the edge of the Arctic
Michigan Engineering
Brie Van Dam, Toolik Field Station
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23 Sep 2016Fish #388
Science for the People
Kristin O'Brien
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4 Aug 2016The curious life of Alaska's birch shieldbug
Alaska Dispatch News
Brian Barnes, Todd Sformo, Derek Sikes
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15 Jul 2016How cougars would keep deer from killing people
Futurity.org
Laura Prugh
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15 Jul 2016Living Off the Land in a Changing Arctic Climate
NASA
Todd Brinkman, Teresa Hollingsworth, Bonanza Creek Long-Term Ecological Research program
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14 Jul 2016Cougars could save lives by lowering vehicle collisions with deer
University of Washington
Laura Prugh
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3 Jul 2016Handy guide details dozens of outdoor trips in Fairbanks area
Alaska Dispatch News
Kristin O'Brien
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27 Jun 2016Scientists have unlocked 1 secret to Arctic ground squirrels’ deep-freeze - and that could be a big deal for humans.
Alaska Dispatch News
Brian Barnes
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23 Jun 2016Unable to Endure Rising Seas, Alaskan Villages Stuck in Limbo
e360Yale
Robin Bronen
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23 Jun 2016Estudio sobre la hibernación aporta ideas acerca de la protección de órganos
iSanidad
Brian Barnes
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22 Jun 2016Hibernation study yields insights about organ protection
MedicalXPress
Brian Barnes
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22 Jun 2016Hibernation study yields insights about organ protection
ScienceDaily
Brian Barnes
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22 Jun 2016Hibernation Study Yields Insights About Organ Protection (Institute of Arctic Biology)
WorldNews.com
Brian Barnes
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22 Jun 2016Hibernation study yields insights about organ protection
Scienmag
Brian Barnes
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22 Jun 2016Hibernation study yields insights about organ protection - See more at: http://www.infobek.com/view.php?tur=21&id=71059#sthash.Cnef63dx.dpuf
InfoBek Information Bank
Brian Barnes
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22 Jun 2016Hibernation Study Yields Insights About Organ Protection
ScienceNewsline Biology
Brian Barnes
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15 Jun 2016Uncertainty complicates crucial predictions about Alaska's future
Alaska Dispatch News
David McGuire, Bonanza Creek Long-Term Ecological Research program
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6 Jun 2016Research Reveals Alaskan Forests’ Carbon Richness
NH Voice
David McGuire, Helene Genet, Scott Rupp, Alaska Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, Bonanza Creek Long-Term Ecological Research program
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6 Jun 2016Why Do Animals Hibernate?
LiveScience
Kelly Drew
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6 Jun 2016Vaccines: Where The Rubber Meets The Road
Jefferson Public Radio
Andrea Ferrante
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3 Jun 2016UAF researchers study effects of wildfires and thawing permafrost on carbon production
Alaska Public Radio
David McGuire, Helene Genet, Scott Rupp, Alaska Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, Bonanza Creek Long-Term Ecological Research program
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1 Jun 2016Melting Alaska may not accelerate climate change as expected, scientists now say
Alaska Dispatch News
Helene Genet, Scott Rupp, Alaska Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, Bonanza Creek Long-Term Ecological Research program
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20 May 20162016 Invent Alaska Competition winners announced
UAF
Robert Coker
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14 May 2016Scientific collaboration connects humans, salmon on the Kenai
Peninsula Clarion
Benjamin Meyer, Erik Schoen
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30 Apr 2016Study finds relation between wolf buffer zone and viewing success
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Laura Prugh, Bridget Borg
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29 Apr 2016Comment Alaska Science Forum: Calling frogs signal change of the season
Juneau Empire
Mark Spangler, Brian Barnes
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29 Apr 2016New Study Links Wolf Hunts With Frequency of Wolf Sightings In Yellowstone, Denali
Yellowstone Insider
Laura Prugh, Bridget Borg
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29 Apr 2016Scientists Say Cryosleep Is the Only Way for Humans to Achieve Interstellar Travel
Outer Places
Kelly Drew
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29 Apr 2016Wolf Hunting near Denali, Yellowstone Cuts Wolf Sightings in Half
Alaska Native News
Bridget Borg, Laura Prugh
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28 Apr 2016Calling frogs signal the change of season
Alaska Business Monthly
Brian Barnes, Mark Spangler
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28 Apr 2016Hunting wolves near Denali, Yellowstone cuts wolf sightings in half
ScienceDaily
Laura Prugh, Bridget Borg
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27 Apr 2016Fairbanks' earliest leaf-out (start listening at 04:10)
KUAC-FM
Eugenie Euskirchen, Alaska Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, Bonanza Creek Long-Term Ecological Research program
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24 Apr 2016How one woman is helping 'climate refugees' face realities of relocation
Alaska Dispatch News
Robin Bronen
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21 Apr 2016Why the wild things go where they go
SitNews
Greg Breed
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15 Apr 2016White creatures changing with the season
Juneau Empire
David R. Klein
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11 Apr 2016No Fossil Fuel? No Problem—7 Ways We're Already Living More Locally
Yes Magazine
Andrea Bersamin, Jennifer Nu, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
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11 Mar 2016When your veins fill with ice
BBC
Brian Barnes
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29 Feb 2016New guide helps schools choose seafood purchases with list of suppliers, glossary
Bristol Bay Times
Andrea Bersamin
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25 Feb 2016Kids do hands-on science at UAF summer academy
Arctic Sounder
Christa Mulder, Bonanza Creek Long-Term Ecological Research program
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24 Feb 2016UAF researchers look to bring local fish into Alaska schools
Courier Express (DuBois, PA)
Andrea Bersamin
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24 Feb 2016UAF researchers look to bring local fish into Alaska schools
Washington Times.com
Andrea Bersamin
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23 Feb 2016UAF researchers aim to bring local fish into the cafeteria, classroom
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Andrea Bersamin
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20 Feb 2016Trail of eDNA helps uncover mysteries of alaska wildlife
Canis Lupus 101
Mark Spangler
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19 Feb 2016OPINION: Active play is essential to child development and happiness
Arctic Sounder
Robert Coker
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16 Feb 2016Researchers are “freezing” patients to avoid death
Quartz
Kelly Drew
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16 Feb 2016Science of play at heart of healthier, happier humans (Institute of Arctic Biology)
wn.com
Robert Coker
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15 Feb 2016Science of play at heart of healthier, happier humans
SitNews
Robert Coker
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15 Feb 2016Science of play at heart of healthier, happier humans
UAF news
Robert Coker
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14 Feb 2016UAF, legislators: Focus on survivor support, not perpetrator protection
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Brie Van Dam
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28 Jan 2016Want to feel better, Lower 48ers? Move to Alaska or Hawaii
Alaska Dispatch News
Alexis Will
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28 Jan 2016Fairbanksan’s paper collage accepted into international show
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
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19 Jan 2016A Brief History of Cryosleep
Motherboard
Kelly Drew
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15 Jan 2016Santa Cruz Cabernet: Wines You Never Knew
New York Times
Peter Ray
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12 Jan 2016Hippo Meat-Munching May Explain Their Anthrax Outbreaks
Scientific American
Joseph P. Dudley
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12 Jan 2016Northern Methane
UC Santa Barbara "The Current"
Toolik Field Station
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5 Jan 2016Late scientist’s work culminates in new butterfly guide
Alaska Public Media
Derek Sikes
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28 Dec 2015Can the Planet Be Saved? Experts on ecology, conservation, and climate change offer their reasons for optimism and pessimism going into 2016.
The Atlantic
Robin Bronen
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26 Dec 2015Writers’ conference em-phasizes styles
Perham (MN) Focus
Ian Johnson
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7 Dec 2015In rural Alaska, a new approach to fighting suicide emerges
Alaska Dispatch News
Stacy Rasmus, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
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3 Dec 2015We Are All Related Here
Anchorage Press
Robin Bronen
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1 Dec 2015Alaskan Wildfires Influence Permafrost Recovery
EOS.org
Dana Brown, Knut Kielland, Eugenie Euskirchen, Roger Ruess, Bonanza Creek Long-Term Ecological Research program
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20 Nov 2015North Slope warming, taller foliage, attracts moose, hares
The Arctic Sounder
Katie Christie
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14 Nov 2015Study: Moose, hares followed shrub growth north to Arctic
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Katie Christie
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14 Nov 2015Habitat Boost: Warmer Temperatures Invite Moose and Snowshoe Hares To Alaska's North Slope
Nature World News
Katie Christie
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11 Nov 2015Shrubs on warming North Slope attract moose, hares
Sit News
Katie Christie
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9 Nov 2015Ice-age lesson: Large mammals need room to roam
TerraDaily
Daniel Mann, Pamela Groves
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9 Nov 2015Ice-age Lesson: Large Mammals Need Room to Roam
Heritage Daily
Daniel Mann, Pamela Groves
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9 Nov 2015Ice age triggered boom-and-bust cycles in the populations of large mammals
IneffableIsland.com
Daniel Mann, Pamela Groves
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5 Nov 2015Wooly Mammoth: Habitat Fragmentation Learnings from Alaska's Ice Age
Nature World News
Daniel Mann, Pamela Groves
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5 Nov 2015Study: Carbon emissions from northern fires likely underestimated
KTOO.org
David McGuire, Helene Genet
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5 Nov 2015Ice-age Lesson: Large Mammals Need Room to Roam
ThroughGoldenEyes.blogspot
Daniel Mann, Pamela Groves
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4 Nov 2015Study: Carbon emissions from northern fires likely underestimated
Alaska Public Media
David McGuire, Helene Genet
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3 Nov 2015Study: North Slope's volatile Pleistocene climate benefited big mammals, but only temporarily
Alaska Dispatch News
Daniel Mann, Pamela Groves
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3 Nov 2015Ice-Age Lesson: Large Mammals Need Room to Roam
Alaska Native News
Daniel Mann, Pamela Groves
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2 Nov 2015Ice-age lesson: Large mammals need room to roam
Science codex
Daniel Mann, Pamela Groves
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2 Nov 2015Ice-age lesson: Large mammals need room to roam
Phys.org
Daniel Mann, Pamela Groves
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2 Nov 2015Rising seas, peat may have done in large ice age animals
Peninsula Clarion
Daniel Mann, Pamela Groves
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2 Nov 2015Ice-age lesson: Large mammals need room to roam
ScienceDaily
Daniel Mann, Pamela Groves
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12 Oct 2015Field Notes: Ancient islands stranded in the Arctic
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Pamela Groves
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12 Oct 2015UA researcher shares love of seals, science with students
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Roxanne Beltran, Greg Breed
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12 Oct 2015USGS: Berry harvests becoming less predictable
Peninsula Clarion
Christa Mulder, Katie Spellman
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5 Oct 2015Urban Ermine Inspires Weasel-Related Questions
Alaska Native News
Link Olson
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3 Oct 2015Urban ermine inspires weasel-related questions
Alaska Dispatch News
Link Olson
link
28 Sep 2015Scientists relying more on traditional Alaska Native knowledge
Alaska Dispatch News
link
27 Sep 2015Alaska Native News
Alaska Native News
David R. Klein
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11 Sep 2015Alders go their own way in autumn
JuneauEmpire
Roger Ruess, Bonanza Creek Long-Term Ecological Research program
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8 Sep 2015UAF students travel to Arctic field station
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Roxanne Beltran, Toolik Field Station
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1 Sep 2015Obama's Alaska Trip Stresses Wildfires' Impact on Climate Change
NBC News
F. Stuart Chapin III, Ted Schuur
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1 Sep 2015Long-term Research in Interior Alaska Tracks Consequences of our Changing Climate
Western Forester
Jamie Hollingsworth, Bonanza Creek Long-Term Ecological Research program
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23 Aug 2015Habitat changes expected to shift distribution of tiny mammals in Alaska
Alaska Dispatch News
Andrew Baltensperger, Falk Huettmann
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12 Aug 2015Cougars may provide a net benefit to humans
ScienceNews.org
Sophie Gilbert
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6 Aug 2015Large wildfires a factor in climate equation
Sit News
David McGuire, Bonanza Creek Long-Term Ecological Research program
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3 Aug 2015Native Alaskans Study and Clean Up a Legacy of Pollution
The New York Times
Frank von Hippel, Alaska IDeA Networks for Biomedical Research Excellence
link
2 Aug 2015Red-backed voles climb into scientific literature
SitNews
Link Olson
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1 Aug 2015Red-backed voles climb into scientific literature
Alaska Dispatch News
Link Olson
link
29 Jul 2015Red-backed voles climb into scientific literature
Valdez Star
Link Olson
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29 Jul 2015Alaska's wildfires and the changing boreal forest
Sitka News
Daniel Mann
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28 Jul 2015Alaska’s Wildfires Burn Slow But Still Do a Massive Damage
Pioneer News
Teresa Hollingsworth, David McGuire, Merritt Turetsky, Bonanza Creek Long-Term Ecological Research program
link
28 Jul 2015Climate Change: Alaskan Wildfires May Be Exacerbating Global Warming
University Herald
David McGuire, Bonanza Creek Long-Term Ecological Research program
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27 Jul 2015Beneath Alaskan Wildfires, A Hidden Threat: Long-Frozen Carbon's Thaw
National Public Radio
Teresa Hollingsworth, Ted Schuur, Merritt Turetsky, Bonanza Creek Long-Term Ecological Research program
link
27 Jul 20152015 wildfire season could be Alaska's worst ever
UPI
Teresa Hollingsworth, Ted Schuur, David McGuire, Merritt Turetsky, Bonanza Creek Long-Term Ecological Research program
link
27 Jul 2015Beneath Alaskan Wildfires, A Hidden Threat: Long-Frozen Carbon's Thaw
GPB News (Georgia Public Broadcasting)
Teresa Hollingsworth, Merritt Turetsky, Ted Schuur, Bonanza Creek Long-Term Ecological Research program
link
27 Jul 2015Alaska’s Wildfires and the Changing Boreal Forest
Alaska Native News
Daniel Mann, F. Stuart Chapin III, Bonanza Creek Long-Term Ecological Research program
link
26 Jul 2015Alaska’s terrifying wildfire season and what it says about climate change
The Washington Post
David McGuire, F. Stuart Chapin III, Bonanza Creek Long-Term Ecological Research program
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26 Jul 2015Interior Alaska's boreal forests are changing -- and that could mean more wildfires
Alaska Dispatch News
F. Stuart Chapin III, Daniel Mann, Bonanza Creek Long-Term Ecological Research program
link
14 Jul 2015Loons leave nest early to help parents
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Daniel Rizzolo
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29 Jun 2015Alaska wildfire seasons getting bigger and longer, report says
Alaska Dispatch News
Syndonia Bret-Harte
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27 Jun 2015Alaska Native knowledge merges with modern research to help study Arctic
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
link
25 Jun 2015National Science Foundation Director's "Notes From the Field"
National Science Foundation
Toolik Field Station
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24 Jun 2015Art, science converge to foster new perspectives
Reno Gazette-Journal
Mary Beth Leigh
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19 Jun 2015Watershed association talks Chena River health, future
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Jeffrey Falke, Brock Huntsman, Alaska Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit
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10 Jun 2015UA Fairbanks leading way on Arctic research
Alaska Journal of Commerce
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19 May 2015UAF researchers adapt Stanford method to make transparent brains
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Kelly Drew
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15 May 2015Imposing presence
NRA American Hunter
Gerald F. Shields, Sandra Talbot
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13 May 2015More Alaskan forests are burning, not just due to climate change
High Country News
David McGuire
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8 May 2015Alaska high school students win top honors for research
UAF (news release)
Steffi Ickert-Bond
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4 May 2015Alaska Game Board, aviation group clash on new sheep hunting rules
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Todd Brinkman
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4 May 2015NASA is seriously discussing whether they can make humans hibernate Read more: http://modernnotion.com/can-we-make-humans-hibernate/#ixzz3ZBuFE945
Business Insider
Kelly Drew
link
1 May 2015Alaska caregivers face hurtles meeting needs of loved ones
The Arctic Sounder
Ellen Lopez
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1 May 2015Alaska caregivers face hurtles meeting needs of loved ones
The Bristol Bay Times
Ellen Lopez
link
29 Apr 2015Movers & Shakers 5/03/15
Alaska Journal of Commerce
Tamara Harms
link
28 Apr 2015They're back! The end of winter also means the arrival of mosquitoes
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Derek Sikes
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27 Apr 2015Can humans hibernate in space?
The Guardian
Kelly Drew
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22 Apr 2015Two UAF researchers selected as Arctic Fulbright scholars
Alaska Business Monthly
Tamara Harms
link
21 Apr 2015Scientists examine grayling feeding habits
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Jason McFarland
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20 Apr 2015Scientists optimistic about human hibernation; taking cue from animal hibernators
Techie News
Kelly Drew
link
20 Apr 2015Decreasing biodiversity affects productivity of remaining plants
Phys.org
David McGuire, Alaska Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, Bonanza Creek Long-Term Ecological Research program
link
17 Apr 2015Permafrost 'carbon bomb' unlikely, but worries over northern thaw persist
Alaska Dispatch News
David McGuire, Bonanza Creek Long-Term Ecological Research program, Alaska Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit
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16 Apr 2015Scientists Are Trying to Figure Out If Humans Can Hibernate Read more: http://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/scientists-are-trying-figure-out-if-humans-can-hibernate-180955018/#AhQlop0o8Q8LfPIy.99 Give the gift of Smithsonian magazine for only $12! http://bit.ly/1cGUiGv Follow us: @SmithsonianMag on Twitter
Smithsonian
Kelly Drew
link
15 Apr 2015Permafrost holds key to release of trapped carbon
The Daily Climate
David McGuire, Ted Schuur, Merritt Turetsky, Jennifer Harden, Permafrost Carbon Network
link
14 Apr 2015Study: Permafrost ‘carbon bomb’ unlikely
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
David McGuire, Ted Schuur, Merritt Turetsky, Jennifer Harden, Permafrost Carbon Network
link
14 Apr 2015Is human hibernation possible?
New Zealand Herald
Kelly Drew
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13 Apr 2015Hibernation for humans may not be a pipe dream forever
The Washington Post
Kelly Drew
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13 Apr 2015Deep sleep: Is human hibernation possible?
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Kelly Drew
link
12 Apr 2015Permafrost carbon release will be gradual says study
Reporting Climate Science.com
David McGuire, Ted Schuur, Merritt Turetsky, Jennifer Harden, Permafrost Carbon Network
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11 Apr 2015Experts Say Permafrost Thawing Will Release even More Carbon
Pioneer News
David McGuire, Ted Schuur, Merritt Turetsky, Jennifer Harden, Permafrost Carbon Network
link
11 Apr 2015Melting permafrost will release carbon into atmosphere in form of greenhouse gases: Study
News Maine
David McGuire, Ted Schuur, Merritt Turetsky, Jennifer Harden, Permafrost Carbon Network
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11 Apr 2015Arctic permafrost poses global warming threat
SBS Australia
David McGuire, Ted Schuur, Merritt Turetsky, Jennifer Harden, Permafrost Carbon Network
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10 Apr 2015Permafrost 'carbon bomb' may be more of a slow burn, say scientists
The Guardian
David McGuire, Ted Schuur, Merritt Turetsky, Jennifer Harden, Permafrost Carbon Network
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10 Apr 2015Thawing arctic permafrost - a new source of greenhouse gas emissions
Morning Ledger
David McGuire, Ted Schuur, Merritt Turetsky, Jennifer Harden, Permafrost Carbon Network
link
10 Apr 2015Wildlife Society to honor Flynn, Larsen with lifetime achievement awards
Juneau Empire
Perry Barboza
link
10 Apr 2015Scientists predict slower permafrost greenhouse gas emissions
Sit News (Sitka Alaska)
David McGuire, Ted Schuur, Merritt Turetsky, Jennifer Harden, Permafrost Carbon Network
link
10 Apr 2015Cool arctic squirrels may hold key to Alzheimer's cure
The Guardian
Kelly Drew
link
10 Apr 2015Researchers say carbon release from thawing permafrost likely will be gradual, not sudden
U.S. News & World Report
David McGuire, Ted Schuur, Merritt Turetsky, Jennifer Harden, Permafrost Carbon Network
link
10 Apr 2015Researchers say permafrost carbon release will be gradual
Monterey Herald
David McGuire, Ted Schuur, Merritt Turetsky, Permafrost Carbon Network
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10 Apr 2015Carbon release from thawing permafrost will be gradual: scientists
CTV News
David McGuire, Ted Schuur, Merritt Turetsky, Jennifer Harden, Permafrost Carbon Network
link
9 Apr 2015Fixing 'bugs' in climate models: accounting for melting permafrost
ClimateWire Iwww.eenews.net)
David McGuire, Ted Schuur, Merritt Turetsky, Jennifer Harden, Permafrost Carbon Network
link
9 Apr 2015Frozen Soils Could Become Major Source of Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Sci-News.com
David McGuire, Ted Schuur, Merritt Turetsky, Jennifer Harden, Permafrost Carbon Network
link
9 Apr 2015Permafrost’s ticking “carbon bomb” may never truly detonate
High Country News
David McGuire, Ted Schuur, Merritt Turetsky, Jennifer Harden, Permafrost Carbon Network
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9 Apr 2015No Permafrost Carbon Bomb Coming, According To New Study
Science 2.0
David McGuire, Ted Schuur, Jennifer Harden, Merritt Turetsky, Permafrost Carbon Network
link
9 Apr 2015Gradual Release of Permafrost May Allow Society to Adapt
Science World Report
David McGuire, Ted Schuur, Jennifer Harden, Merritt Turetsky, Permafrost Carbon Network
link
9 Apr 2015Arctic Permafrost May Help Us Adapt to Climate Change
Nature World News
David McGuire, Ted Schuur, Jennifer Harden, Merritt Turetsky, Permafrost Carbon Network
link
8 Apr 2015Scientists predict gradual, prolonged permafrost greenhouse gas emissions
Phys.org
David McGuire, Jennifer Harden, Merritt Turetsky, Ted Schuur, Permafrost Carbon Network
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8 Apr 2015Climate - Central
Thawing Permafrost Will ‘Seep, Not Explode’ CO2
David McGuire, Merritt Turetsky, Jennifer Harden, Ted Schuur, Permafrost Carbon Network
link
8 Apr 2015The Arctic climate threat that nobody’s even talking about yet
The Washington Post
David McGuire, Jennifer Harden, Merritt Turetsky, Ted Schuur, Permafrost Carbon Network
link
8 Apr 2015Thawing Permafrost Flagged As Growing Climate Danger
MSN Weather
David McGuire, Jennifer Harden, Merritt Turetsky, Ted Schuur, Permafrost Carbon Network
link
8 Apr 2015Scientists predict gradual, prolonged permafrost greenhouse gas emissions
(e) Science News
David McGuire, Jennifer Harden, Merritt Turetsky, Ted Schuur, Permafrost Carbon Network
link
8 Apr 2015Thawing Permafrost Will Gradually Release Global Warming-Related Greenhouse Gas Instead Of Exploding Like 'Big Bomb'
Hometown News Group (hngn.com)
David McGuire, Ted Schuur, Jennifer Harden, Merritt Turetsky, Permafrost Carbon Network
link
8 Apr 2015Scientists predict gradual, prolonged permafrost greenhouse gas emissions, allowing us more time to adapt
Science Daily
David McGuire, Ted Schuur, Merritt Turetsky, Jennifer Harden, Permafrost Carbon Network
link
8 Apr 2015Scientists Predict Gradual, Prolonged Permafrost Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Science Newsline
David McGuire, Ted Schuur, Jennifer Harden, Merritt Turetsky, Permafrost Carbon Network
link
8 Apr 2015Why This New Study On Arctic Permafrost Is So Scary
Climate Progress
David McGuire, Ted Schuur, Jennifer Harden, Merritt Turetsky, Permafrost Carbon Network
link
6 Apr 2015Protecting The Brain With Hibernation Triggering receptors involved in hibernation may help stroke and heart-attack patients
Chemical and Engineering News
Kelly Drew
link
17 Mar 2015Mushing a flickering flame in Interior Alaska villages
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Jacques Philip, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
11 Mar 2015Methane in Arctic Lake Traced to Groundwater from Seasonal Thawing, UA Co-authored Research Shows
University of Alabama
Toolik Field Station
link
9 Mar 2015Methane in Arctic lake traced to groundwater from seasonal thawing
University of California Santa Cruz
Toolik Field Station
link
15 Feb 2015Chaga's moment: Alaska businesses ride wave of health hype for birch fungus
Alaska Dispatch News
Gary Laursen
link
13 Feb 2015As Alaska Dall sheep populations shrink, guides and hunters vie for bigger share of harvest
Alaska Dispatch News
Todd Brinkman
link
28 Jan 2015Carbon sinks and sinking tundra
Nature Geoscience: News & Views
Mark Lara
link
20 Jan 2015Larger venue secured for sheep hunt meeting
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Todd Brinkman
link
20 Jan 2015Hibernating Animals May Hold Secrets For Fighting Alzheimer’s
WBUR's The Wild Life
Oivind Toien, Brian Barnes
link
16 Jan 2015Scientists survey dynamic nature of Alaska tundra
Bristol Bay Times
Syndonia Bret-Harte, Toolik Field Station
link
12 Jan 2015Never-ending: Post-treatment cancer survivors still battle sexual dysfunction, anxiety
Science Codex
Ellen Lopez
link
12 Jan 2015Health assistance from a grizzly
MacroInsider.com
Brian Barnes
link
10 Jan 2015Two tales of dynamic Alaska tundra
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Syndonia Bret-Harte, Toolik Field Station
link
10 Jan 2015Why Alaska's Arctic tundra is slowly sinking
Alaska Dispatch News
Syndonia Bret-Harte, Toolik Field Station
link
9 Jan 2015Alaska Science Forum: Two Tales of Dynamic Alaska Tundra
Juneau Empire
Syndonia Bret-Harte, Gaius Shaver, Toolik Field Station
link
4 Jan 2015Wilkes coordinator to lead research group studying climate in Alaska
citizenvoice.com (Wilkes-Barre, PA)
Toolik Field Station
link
22 Dec 2014Museum search turns up new species of Alaska-dwelling bat
Alaska Dispatch News
Link Olson
link
20 Dec 2014Mastodons ruled from Yukon to Honduras
Mat-Su Valley Frontiersman
Pamela Groves, Daniel Mann
link
9 Dec 2014Conservation leaders honored at wildlife symposium
Jackson Hole News & Guide
Gary Kofinas
link
9 Dec 2014While not highly prized, coyote fur still works great for Alaskans
Alaska Dispatch News
Laura Prugh
link
8 Dec 2014Alaska blackfish in a world of its own
Sit News
Brian Barnes
link
6 Dec 2014Air-breathing, cold-resistant Alaska blackfish has legendary toughness
Alaska Dispatch News
link
5 Dec 2014Alaska blackfish in a world of its own
Juneau Empire
link
29 Nov 2014Clues emerging about Arctic gene, diet and health
Alaska Dispatch News
Bert Boyer, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
28 Nov 2014Snow-starved Alaska abnormal -- and deadly for some critters
Alaska Dispatch News
Brian Barnes
link
26 Nov 2014Lower Yukon Headstart sites serve salmon in lunches
The Tundra Drums
Andrea Bersamin, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
26 Nov 2014Snow-starved Alaska not the normal state
Alaska Business Monthly
Brian Barnes
link
9 Nov 2014$23.8M award will fund biomedical education for rural and minority students in Alaska
Alaska Dispatch News
Barbara Taylor, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
7 Nov 2014Rural students urged to study biomedical fields
Arctic Sounder
Barbara Taylor, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
7 Nov 2014Teens in Rural Alaska Face Drug Abuse and High Suicide Rates; But There are Programs Available
KDLG (Dillingham, Alaska)
Stacy Rasmus, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
5 Nov 2014Arctic Squirrels Share Circadian Secrets (video)
National Science Foundation: LiveScience
Toolik Field Station
link
3 Nov 2014Huryn Named Director of UA's Center for Freshwater Studies
University of Alabama News
Toolik Field Station
link
1 Nov 2014A green system of carbon-dioxide removal
Sit News
Daniel Mann
link
25 Oct 2014UAF gets $24 million for rural students
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Barbara Taylor
link
22 Oct 2014Marijuana prohibition is immoral
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Kelly Drew
link
22 Oct 2014NIH Awards UAF $23.8 Million For New Diversity Program in Biomedical Research
KUAC-FM
Barbara Taylor, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
17 Oct 2014After Two Years, Biologist is Still Trying to Count Alaska's Migratory Shorebirds
KUAC-FM
link
17 Oct 201460-inch club
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Mark Wipfli
link
30 Sep 2014Obesity research summit is Oct. 10 at Nebraska Innovation Campus
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Bert Boyer
link
30 Sep 2014Fairbanks residents debate legal pot sales in last of initiative hearings
Alaska Dispatch News
Kelly Drew
link
30 Sep 2014University of Alaska begins national search for next Vice President for Academic Affairs & Research
Alaska Business Monthly
Perry Barboza
link
25 Sep 2014Climate Change Causes Diet Change in Polar Bears
DailyRead (online newspaper designed to foster children's interest in the world)
Christa Mulder
link
22 Sep 2014For Polar Bears, a Climate Change Twist
The New York Times
Christa Mulder
link
17 Sep 2014Red Fox Expansion Causing Problems on North Slope
KUAC-FM
Garrett Savory
link
5 Sep 2014Firing back, Alaska game managers accuse feds of ignoring research on predator control
Alaska Dispatch News
Laura Prugh
link
5 Sep 2014Desktop science helps ‘people of the caribou’ prepare for change
Yukon News
Todd Brinkman
link
31 Aug 2014A day in the field with UAF undergrads
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Toolik Field Station
link
27 Aug 2014Why don't hibernating bears get osteoporosis?
Sit News (Ketchikan, Alaska)
link
26 Aug 2014Zoomed-In Climate Models Help Alaska Communities Plan for Uncertain Future
Inside Climate News.org
Todd Brinkman
link
21 Aug 2014Wildfires could cut caribou hunters success
The Tundra Drums
Todd Brinkman
link
13 Aug 2014University of Alaska Fairbanks awarded $18.8 million for biomedical research, education
Phys.org
Brian Barnes
link
10 Aug 2014Researchers investigate invasive plants
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Christa Mulder, Katie Spellman
link
5 Aug 2014Obese grizzly bears 'shed light on diabetes'
BBC News Health
Brian Barnes
link
4 Aug 2014Porcupine caribou herd could disappear in 100 years: study
CBC News
Todd Brinkman
link
3 Aug 2014High-tech bird decoy fools flycatchers
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Julie Hagelin
link
1 Aug 2014Cold-weather frog research surpasses limits
The Bristol Bay Times
Don Larson, Brian Barnes
link
1 Aug 2014Hometown U: Arctic ground squirrels avoid ‘social jet lag’ with finely tuned biological clocks
Alaska Dispatch News
Don Larson, Brian Barnes
link
1 Aug 2014Cold-weather frog research surpasses limits
The Arctic Sounder
Don Larson, Brian Barnes
link
31 Jul 2014Frogs freeze themselves for Alaska winters Study finds they can survive for months before thawing out
The Columbian.com
Don Larson, Brian Barnes
link
31 Jul 2014So cool: The 'frozen' frogs of Alaska is a real thing
TheStar.com
Don Larson, Brian Barnes
link
31 Jul 2014Researchers seek citizen scientists for northern plants project
The Tundra Drums
Christa Mulder, Katie Spellman
link
31 Jul 2014Higher Wildfire Potential Could Impact Northeastern Alaska Caribou Herds
Alaska Public Media
Todd Brinkman
link
31 Jul 2014How wood frogs survive extreme temperatures
National Science Foundation: Science 360 video
Don Larson, Brian Barnes
link
30 Jul 20145 Extreme Animals That Can Take the Heat—And Cold
National Geographic
Don Larson, Brian Barnes
link
28 Jul 2014Study Suggests Climate Change May Reduce Caribou Habitat
KDLG Dillingham, Alaska public radio
Todd Brinkman
link
26 Jul 2014Health and Science in Brief: July 27, 2014
Ames Tribune
Don Larson, Brian Barnes
link
24 Jul 2014Alaska Wood Frogs: Surviving Sub-Zero Winter
Earthwitness.net
Don Larson, Brian Barnes
link
24 Jul 2014In Alaska, wood frogs freeze for seven months, thaw and hop away
Los Angeles Times (Science Now)
Don Larson, Brian Barnes
link
24 Jul 2014Climate Change Could Alter Range of Caribou and May Impact Hunters’ Access
U.S.G.S.
Todd Brinkman
link
24 Jul 2014Alaskan Frogs can Survive While being Frozen for up to 218 days
FrenchTribune.com
Don Larson, Brian Barnes
link
23 Jul 2014Frozen Frogs Hit New Lows But Come Back Stronger Than Ever
Mysterious Universe.org
Don Larson, Brian Barnes
link
23 Jul 2014Alaskan frogs survive after six months at minus 18 degrees celsius
Times of India.com
Don Larson, Brian Barnes
link
23 Jul 2014Alaskan Frog Survives Winter By Freezing Itself For Six Months
Design&Trend.com
Don Larson, Brian Barnes
link
23 Jul 2014Alaska Frog's Ability to Survive Record Cold Extremes May Reveal How to Preserve Organs (VIDEO)
Science World Report
Don Larson, Brian Barnes
link
23 Jul 2014Alaska frogs reach record lows in extreme temperature survival
eScience News.com
Don Larson, Brian Barnes
link
22 Jul 2014Alaska frogs reach record lows in extreme temperature survival
Phys.org
Don Larson, Brian Barnes
link
22 Jul 2014Alaska frogs reach record lows in extreme temperature survival
ScienceDaily
Don Larson, Brian Barnes
link
22 Jul 2014Frozen Frogs: How Tiny Amphibians Survive in Alaska
Nature World News.com
Don Larson, Brian Barnes
link
21 Jul 2014AK Beat: Is global warming good for reindeer?
Alaska Dispatch News
Perry Barboza
link
19 Jul 2014Global Warming Boosting Reindeer on Norwegian Island—For Now
National Geographic (Newswatch)
Perry Barboza
link
15 Jul 2014For loons and fish, Arctic lake size, shape and connections matter, studies show
Alaska Dispatch
Trevor Haynes
link
15 Jul 2014Rising mercury levels leave their mark on yellow-billed loons, study says
Eye on the Arctic
Toolik Field Station
link
14 Jul 2014Migrating Alaska sparrows perform despite lack of sleep
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Brian Barnes
link
14 Jul 2014Migrating Alaska sparrow perform despite lack of sleep
Sit News
Brian Barnes
link
14 Jul 2014Rising mercury levels leave their mark on yellow-billed loons, study says
Alaska Dispatch
Toolik Field Station
link
9 Jul 2014Study Shows Single Wolf Death Can Impact Entire Pack
KUAC FM 89.9
Bridget Borg, Laura Prugh
link
9 Jul 2014Wolf mother deaths threaten pack survival but not population
Sit News
Bridget Borg, Laura Prugh
link
9 Jul 2014Loss Of A Breeding Wolf Can Be Devastating, But Does Not Always Spell Doom For The Pack
redOrbit.com
Bridget Borg, Laura Prugh
link
8 Jul 2014Wolf mother deaths threaten pack survival but not population
Phys.org
Bridget Borg, Laura Prugh
link
8 Jul 2014Wolf mother deaths threaten pack survival but not population
Science Codex
Bridget Borg, Laura Prugh
link
8 Jul 2014Researchers Call for Citizen Scientists to Help Record Plant Migration
KDLG Public Radio Dillingham, Alaska
Christa Mulder, Katie Spellman
link
8 Jul 2014Study: Death of breeding wolves linked to pack demise
KTNA 88.9 FM Talkeetna, AK
Bridget Borg, Laura Prugh
link
30 Jun 2014Researchers seek citizen scientists for northern plants project
UAF Cornerstone
Katie Spellman
link
30 Jun 2014What are they doing there?
The Deep Radio Show.com
Don Larson
link
25 Jun 2014Earlier snowmelt prompting earlier breeding of Arctic birds
Science Codex
Kirsty Gurney
link
24 Jun 2014Opinion: Climate change: The peril is in all the things we don't know
Los Angeles Times
Toolik Field Station
link
24 Jun 2014Colorful beetle find earns boy 'collector' title at Museum of the North
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Derek Sikes
link
23 Jun 2014Opinion: What global warming looks like up close
The Los Angeles Times
Toolik Field Station
link
22 Jun 2014What Happens in the Arctic Doesn’t Stay in the Arctic
Circle of Blue
Toolik Field Station
link
21 Jun 2014Tundra Trekking: A Tale of Rivers and Ravenous Thermokarst
Circle of blue
Toolik Field Station
link
17 Jun 2014Neuroscientist receives national biomedical research mentoring award
News-medical.net
Kelly Drew
link
17 Jun 2014University of Alaska Fairbanks neuroscientist receives national mentor award
Alaska Business Monthly
Kelly Drew
link
17 Jun 2014Arctic Alaska a different kind of place
Sitka News
Toolik Field Station
link
16 Jun 2014Alaska neuroscientist receives national mentor award
Phys.org
Kelly Drew
link
16 Jun 2014Flagship US Arctic research facility welcomes EU scientists
Phys.org
Syndonia Bret-Harte, Toolik Field Station
link
16 Jun 2014Neuroscientist receives NIH mentoring award
Bio-Medicine
Kelly Drew
link
11 Jun 2014Defining the Arctic not always easy
The Valdez Star
Toolik Field Station
link
7 Jun 2014Video: Ptarmigan in a Changing World
Alaska Dispatch
Katie Christie
link
7 Jun 2014Old-growth spruce destroyed at forest research site
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Jamie Hollingsworth, Bonanza Creek Long-Term Ecological Research program
link
31 May 2014Study: Red foxes conquering the North Slope thanks in part to human food
Alaska Dispatch
Garrett Savory, Diane O'Brien
link
23 May 2014Woods of Alaska stir after long slumber
Alaska Business Monthly
Don Larson
link
22 May 2014State seeking information from Dall sheep hunters
KUAC FM
Todd Brinkman
link
21 May 2014Climate changes likely mixed for Alaska’s moose, expert says
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Kris Hundertmark
link
15 May 2014Movers and Shakers
Alaska Journal of Commerce
Roger Ruess
link
15 May 2014Emmonak Head Start Soon Eating Local Salmon
KNOM.org (KNOM Radio Mission - Western Alaska)
Andrea Bersamin, Jennifer Nu, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
12 May 2014Finding which genes are activated or silenced by Arctic ground squirrels during hibernation
Phys.org
Oivind Toien, Brian Barnes, Toolik Field Station
link
11 May 2014West Valley student adds to sulfolane research
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Mary Beth Leigh
link
9 May 2014Thompson, Ruess, Sparrow honored with Usibelli Awards
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Roger Ruess
link
5 May 2014Which animal hibernates the longest?
io9.com
Brian Barnes
link
4 May 2014Three weeks in the saddle, studying climate change in Alaska's Arctic
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Toolik Field Station
link
4 May 2014Recollections from a three-week stint as an Arctic researcher
Alaska Dispatch
Toolik Field Station
link
3 May 2014Study: Alaska wood frogs are champion deep-freeze hibernators
Alaska Dispatch
Brian Barnes, Don Larson
link
1 May 2014UAF honors outstanding graduates
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
23 Apr 2014Frog frozen solid for 200 days, wakes up in stunning timelapse
TheDodo.com
Brian Barnes, Don Larson
link
23 Apr 2014Freezing Frogs: How Extreme Can They Go?
Zoophysiologist.tumblr.com
Brian Barnes, Don Larson
link
22 Apr 2014Moonstruck The lunar phases influence all sorts of creatures from cheetahs to eagle owls. Does the moon tug on human behaviour too?
AEON Magazine
Laura Prugh
link
22 Apr 2014Frogs survive subzero temperatures by living as ice cubes
Discover
Don Larson, Brian Barnes
link
16 Apr 2014Thawing toolik station is no small task for scientists
Capital City Weekly
Toolik Field Station
link
15 Apr 2014Summer comes early in the far north
Sit News (Sitka)
Toolik Field Station
link
14 Apr 2014Museum experts sift through the Arctic's largest butterfly collection
KUAC-FM
Kenelm Philip, Derek Sikes
link
14 Apr 2014This Alaskan frog can survive getting frozen and thawed
Gizmodo
Don Larson, Brian Barnes
link
11 Apr 2014Summer comes early in the far north
KTOO (TV)
Toolik Field Station
link
11 Apr 2014On the North Slope, a research station comes to life for the summer
Alaska Dispatch
Toolik Field Station
link
10 Apr 2014Wild Ideas: Black bear hibernation, part 2
Rappahannock News (Virginia)
Brian Barnes
link
10 Apr 2014Study: Shippers and seabirds clash over Arctic territory
Alaska Dispatch
Falk Huettmann, Grant Humphries
link
8 Apr 2014Look at All That Climate
UAF UA Museum of the North (blog)
Jamie Hollingsworth, Ted Schuur, Bonanza Creek Long-Term Ecological Research program
link
6 Apr 2014Moose or caribou: who wins on the climate change battleground?
The Sun Star (UAF)
Kris Hundertmark
link
27 Mar 2014What does a hibernating brain look like?
Scienceonline
Brian Barnes
link
28 Feb 2014Diversity Down Below
Science (AAAS)
Lee Taylor, Teresa Hollingsworth, Jack McFarland, Roger Ruess, Bonanza Creek Long-Term Ecological Research program
link
21 Feb 2014As the planet warms, what happens to the reindeer
Smithsonian
Perry Barboza
link
21 Feb 2014Sulfolane Research North Pole Refinery
UAF URSA seminar
Mary Beth Leigh
link
20 Feb 2014Changing face of North Slope caused by warming, development in Arctic Alaska
Alaska Dispatch
Donald Walker, Martha Raynolds
link
10 Feb 2014Self-freezing frogs -- it's true
Voice of Russia
Don Larson, Brian Barnes
link
25 Jan 2014The last intact ecosystem on Earth
SitNews
Kristin O'Brien
link
15 Jan 2014Frogs Freeze to Survive the Alaskan Winter
Audubon Magazine
Brian Barnes, Don Larson
link
11 Jan 2014For the love of bugs: Alaska’s tough insects play a crucial role in the ecosystem and provide a lesson in the resilience of life
Bellingham Herald (WA)
Derek Sikes
link
8 Jan 2014Wood frogs freeze their bodies to survive Alaskan winters, study shows
Sci-News.com
Don Larson, Brian Barnes
link
8 Jan 2014Video: How to freeze and defrost a frog
Science (AAAS)
Don Larson, Brian Barnes
link
6 Jan 2014Climate change and caribou
California Academy of Sciences
Kris Hundertmark, Karen H-R. Mager
link
28 Dec 2013Fairbanks newcomer up for national hunting award
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
link
25 Dec 2013Researchers examine fate of atmospheric mercury in the Arctic
Alaska Dispatch
Toolik Field Station
link
25 Dec 2013Holiday magic? Reindeer eyes change from gold to blue at Christmas
Herald-Review (Decatur, IL)
Perry Barboza
link
23 Dec 2013Marine on St. Croix farm's reindeer make most of the Santa connection
St. Paul Pioneer Press (MN)
Perry Barboza
link
23 Dec 2013Holiday magic? Reindeer eyes change from gold to blue at Christmas
Phys.org
Perry Barboza
link
23 Dec 2013At Christmas, reindeer eyes turn blue
The Bulletin
Perry Barboza
link
22 Dec 2013Reindeer eyes change from gold to blue at Christmas
Yakima Herald
Perry Barboza
link
22 Dec 2013Holiday magic? Reindeer eyes change color at Christmas
The Polk County Democrat (FL)
Perry Barboza
link
20 Dec 2013Warming climate threatens caribou in Nunavik, Labrador, Baffin
Nunatsiaq Online (Canada)
Kris Hundertmark, Karen H-R. Mager
link
20 Dec 2013Watch out, Rudolph: Climate change endangers reindeer games
The Christian Science Monitor
Kris Hundertmark, Karen H-R. Mager
link
20 Dec 2013Holiday magic? Reindeer eyes change from gold to blue at Christmas http://www.latimes.com/science/sciencenow/la-sci-sn-reindeer-eyes-change-christmas-20131220,0,1233478.story#ixzz2pfySlhkg
Los Angeles Times
Perry Barboza
link
20 Dec 2013Holiday magic? Reindeer eyes change from gold to blue at Christmas
Chicago Tribune
Perry Barboza
link
19 Dec 2013Study: Climate change will put caribou genetic diversity at risk
Alaska Dispatch
Kris Hundertmark, Karen H-R. Mager
link
19 Dec 2013Climate change will endanger caribou habita
Terra Daily
Kris Hundertmark, Karen H-R. Mager
link
18 Dec 2013Climate change threatens genetic diversity, future of world’s caribou say scientists
Sit News
Kris Hundertmark, Karen H-R. Mager
link
17 Dec 2013Ice Age Drove Split Between Reindeer and Caribou
Discovery.com
Kris Hundertmark, Karen H-R. Mager
link
16 Dec 2013Climate Change Threatens Genetic Diversity, Future of World's Caribou
Science Daily
Kris Hundertmark, Karen H-R. Mager
link
16 Dec 2013How Will Alaska Caribou Respond to Changing Climate? International research suggests caribou herds may struggle in coming decades
KTUU
Kris Hundertmark, Karen H-R. Mager
link
16 Dec 2013Will reindeer survive global warming?
Summit County Voice (CA)
Kris Hundertmark, Karen H-R. Mager
link
16 Dec 2013Ice Age Drove Split Between Reindeer and Caribou
India Today
Kris Hundertmark, Karen H-R. Mager
link
16 Dec 2013Climate Change Threatens Genetic Diversity, Future of World's Caribou
Science Newsline Nature
Kris Hundertmark, Karen H-R. Mager
link
16 Dec 2013Climate change threatens genetic diversity, future of world's caribou
Bio-Medicine
Kris Hundertmark, Karen H-R. Mager
link
11 Dec 2013Snow's journey underground
Anchorage Daily News
Tamara Harms, Toolik Field Station
link
11 Dec 2013Snow's journey underground
UAF Frontier Scientists
Tamara Harms, Toolik Field Station
link
10 Dec 2013Lecture focuses on the benefits of exercise
The Sun Star (UAF)
Robert Coker, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
9 Dec 2013Aging ... with less ailing
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Robert Coker, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
1 Dec 2013Tanana River study: How to identify dangerous ice
Juneau Empire
Knut Kielland
link
30 Nov 2013In Alaska, navigating frozen rivers has become a science
The Seattle Times
Knut Kielland
link
30 Nov 2013Tanana River study: How to identify dangerous ice
The Olympian
Knut Kielland
link
30 Nov 2013How to identify dangerous, safe river ice
Epoch Times (New York, NY)
Knut Kielland
link
30 Nov 2013Tanana River study: How to identify dangerous ice
The News Tribune
Knut Kielland
link
30 Nov 2013Tanana River study: How to identify dangerous ice
Fort Mills Times
Knut Kielland
link
30 Nov 2013Tanana River study: How to identify dangerous ice
MyNorthwest.com
Knut Kielland
link
30 Nov 2013Tanana River study: How to identify dangerous ice
The Bellingham Herald
Knut Kielland
link
30 Nov 2013Tanana River study: How to identify dangerous ice
Tri-City Herald
Knut Kielland
link
29 Nov 2013Firm recognized by the American Institute of Architects
Anchorage Daily News
link
27 Nov 2013Alaska Science Forum: By moonlight
Capital City Weekly (Juneau)
Laura Prugh
link
25 Nov 2013Hibernation: The big sleep
National Wildlife Federation
Brian Barnes
link
23 Nov 2013Ned Rozell: Why are some animals active in moonlight?
Anchorage Daily News
Laura Prugh
link
22 Nov 2013UAF study of Tanana River ice leads researchers to write book on safe travel
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Knut Kielland
link
22 Nov 2013Alaska Science Forum: By the light of the moon
Alaska Native News
Laura Prugh
link
22 Nov 2013Alaska Science Forum: By the light of the moon
Juneau Empire
Laura Prugh
link
11 Nov 2013UAF Green Bikes gets upgrade
UAF
John Irons
link
8 Nov 2013Moonlight and Mortality
Astrobiology Magazine
Laura Prugh
link
7 Nov 2013Nocturnal Animals Take Chances On Moonlit Dinners
Inside Science
Laura Prugh
link
30 Oct 2013Death by moonlight? Not always true
Deer and Deer Hunting.com
Laura Prugh
link
26 Oct 2013Prominent biologist says value of untouched ANWR hard to match
Alaska Dispatch
Gary Kofinas
link
22 Oct 2013Study: Death by moonlight? Not always
Science Codex
Laura Prugh
link
22 Oct 2013New insight on wild nights: Study examines influence of moonlight on predators and prey
Phys.org
Laura Prugh
link
22 Oct 2013Death by moonlight? Not always
Science Daily
Laura Prugh
link
22 Oct 2013Not All Prey Falls Victim To Moonlight
Red Orbit
Laura Prugh
link
22 Oct 2013Not All Prey Falls Victim To Moonlight
Before it's news
Laura Prugh
link
22 Oct 2013Death by moonlight? Not always, study says
Alaska Business Monthly
Laura Prugh
link
22 Oct 2013Not All Prey Falls Victim To Moonlight
Cambodian Times
Laura Prugh
link
22 Oct 2013Not All Prey Falls Victim To Moonlight
Argentina Star
Laura Prugh
link
22 Oct 2013Study: Death by Moonlight? Not Always
Science Newsline Biology
Laura Prugh
link
21 Oct 2013New insight on wild nights
Harvard Gazette
Laura Prugh
link
18 Oct 2013How badly does wildfire damage permafrost?
Environmental Research Web
David McGuire, Helene Genet, Bonanza Creek Long-Term Ecological Research program
link
10 Oct 2013Art-Science collaboration: Bonanza Creek LTER presents Trophic Cascades
Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER) Network New
Mary Beth Leigh, Bonanza Creek Long-Term Ecological Research program
link
10 Oct 2013Seabird stress response is oceans apart
Nature
Alexander Kitaysky
link
8 Oct 2013Were the first artists mostly women?
National Geographic
R. Dale Guthrie
link
18 Sep 2013Beating the burn: tundra recovery after the 2007 Anaktuvuk River fire
Anchorage Daily News
Syndonia Bret-Harte, Toolik Field Station
link
16 Sep 2013Climate hunters Alaska
Dutch Public Broadcasting
Ben Abbott, Toolik Field Station
link
10 Sep 2013Sen. Lisa Murkowski reflects on her trip to the Toolik Research Station in Alaska
Senator Lisa Murkowski
Brian Barnes, Syndonia Bret-Harte, Brett Biebuyck, Toolik Field Station
link
8 Sep 2013History's largest tundra fire provides rare opportunity for Alaska researchers to study recovery
Alaska Dispatch
Syndonia Bret-Harte, Toolik Field Station
link
6 Sep 2013Arctic: A food chain in flux from polar bears up top to plankton on bottom
Alaska Dispatch
Donald Walker
link
6 Sep 2013Sea Ice Changes Begin Affecting Vegetation On Land
Alaska Public Radio Network
Donald Walker
link
4 Sep 2013Changes observed in coastal area vegetation
The Cordova Times
Donald Walker
link
4 Sep 2013Fifty years of far-north biology
Sit News
Roger Ruess, Edward C. Murphy, F. Stuart Chapin III, Laura Prugh, Diane O'Brien, Joan Forshaug Braddock, Syndonia Bret-Harte, Brian Barnes, Susan Sharbaugh
link
1 Sep 2013The Arctic This Week (IAB 50th)
The Arctic Institute
Donald Walker
link
31 Aug 2013Loss of sea ice spurs Arctic greening
manoramaonline.com
Donald Walker
link
31 Aug 2013Fifty years of far-north biology
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Brian Barnes, Roger Ruess, Edward C. Murphy, F. Stuart Chapin III, Laura Prugh, Diane O'Brien, Joan Forshaug Braddock, Syndonia Bret-Harte, Susan Sharbaugh
link
30 Aug 2013Ned Rozell: 50 years of covering science issues in Alaska
Anchorage Daily News
Brian Barnes, Roger Ruess, F. Stuart Chapin III, Edward C. Murphy, Laura Prugh, Diane O'Brien, Joan Forshaug Braddock, Syndonia Bret-Harte, Susan Sharbaugh
link
30 Aug 2013Alaska tundra shows surprising resilience after unprecedented fire
Phys.org
Syndonia Bret-Harte, Toolik Field Station
link
30 Aug 2013Alaska Science Forum: Fifty years of far-north biology
Juneau Empire
Brian Barnes, Susan Sharbaugh, Roger Ruess, Edward C. Murphy, Laura Prugh, Diane O'Brien, Joan Forshaug Braddock, F. Stuart Chapin III, Syndonia Bret-Harte
link
30 Aug 2013Alaska tundra shows surprising resilience after fire
Juneau Empire
Syndonia Bret-Harte, Toolik Field Station
link
30 Aug 2013Alaska tundra shows surprising resilience after unprecedented fire
Science Codex
Syndonia Bret-Harte, Toolik Field Station
link
24 Aug 2013Loss of Arctic sea ice spurs the greening of the Arctic
National Monitor
Donald Walker
link
23 Aug 2013Global Warming and Greening Effect in North American Arctic Changes Marine Food Chain and Vegetation
University Herald
Donald Walker
link
23 Aug 2013Invasives pollination study shows mixed results for Alaska berries
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Christa Mulder, Katie Spellman
link
23 Aug 2013University dedicates Murie Building
KUAC-FM
link
21 Aug 2013Sea ice decline spurs the greening of the Arctic
Sit. News
Donald Walker
link
21 Aug 2013IAB will host 50th anniversary celebration
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
link
20 Aug 2013Pollinator Attraction: How do non-native plants change pollination of berry plants across Alaska?
Alaska Center for Climate Assessment & Policy
Christa Mulder, Katie Spellman
link
6 Aug 2013Alaska is swarming in mosquitoes this year
The Bellingham Herald
Toolik Field Station
link
2 Aug 2013Tundra in Turmoil
Science
Ken Tape
link
2 Aug 2013Jenks Teacher Brings Arctic Experiences to Students
GTR Newspapers
Toolik Field Station
link
31 Jul 2013Horrifying Alaskan Mosquito Swarm Engulfs Scientists Who Record 'God-Awful' Phenomenon (VIDEO)
Huffington Post
Toolik Field Station
link
31 Jul 2013Alaska is swarming in mosquitoes this year
Mother Nature Network
Toolik Field Station
link
30 Jul 2013More wildfires = more warming = more wildfires
Grist.org
Richard D. Boone, David McGuire
link
28 Jul 2013North Slope Mosquito swarms: The worst of the worst?
Alaska Dispatch
Toolik Field Station
link
24 Jul 2013Grad Student Discovers New Insect Species On POW
Alaska Public Media KRBD-Ketchikan
Derek Sikes, Jill Stockbridge
link
18 Jul 2013UAF Researchers Find New Insect Species in Southeast Alaska
KTUU.com
Derek Sikes, Jill Stockbridge
link
16 Jul 2013UAF student’s discovery of snow scorpionfly declared a new species
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Derek Sikes, Jill Stockbridge
link
12 Jul 2013Tiny, Ancient Life Discovered in Southeast
Alaska Native News
Derek Sikes, Jill Stockbridge
link
11 Jul 2013New Species of Insect Identified using Facebook [VIDEO]
Nature World News
Jill Stockbridge
link
11 Jul 2013Discovery of a strange new snow scorpionfly species in Alaska helped by Facebook
Science Codex
Jill Stockbridge
link
11 Jul 2013Discovery of a strange new snow scorpionfly species in Alaska helped by Facebook
Phys.org
Derek Sikes, Jill Stockbridge
link
10 Jul 2013Chicago Teacher and Students Build Underwater Camera Rig to Observe and Record Antarctic Fish
National Science Foundation
Kristin O'Brien
link
27 Jun 2013Summer is research season at UAA (UAA blog)
Anchorage Daily News
Brian Barnes, Toolik Field Station
link
23 Jun 2013UAF study may hold key to measuring sugar intake
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Diane O'Brien, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
21 Jun 2013Scientists find new tool to measure sugar consumption
ScienceBlog.com
Diane O'Brien, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
21 Jun 2013Scientists find new biomarker to accurately measure long-term sugar intake from blood or hair sample
News-Medical.net
Diane O'Brien, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
21 Jun 2013A Strand of Hair Could Reveal How Much Soda Was Consumed
Counsel&Heal.com
Diane O'Brien, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
20 Jun 2013New test for sweet tooth
SeparationsNow.com
Diane O'Brien, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
19 Jun 2013Scientists find new tool to measure sugar consumption
HealthCanal.com
Diane O'Brien, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
19 Jun 2013New Biomarker Can Measure Dietary Sugar Intake From Food and Drink Consumption
Medical Daily
Diane O'Brien, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
19 Jun 2013Teacher heads to Arctic
Hyde Park Herald
Toolik Field Station
link
19 Jun 2013Measuring Sugar Consumption
ThirdAge.com
Diane O'Brien, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
18 Jun 2013Can A Piece Of Hair Reveal How Much Coke Or Pepsi You Drink?
National Public Radio: The Salt (blog)
Diane O'Brien, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
18 Jun 2013Scientists Measure Sugars in Diet with New Tool
Science World Report
Diane O'Brien, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
18 Jun 2013Scientists find new tool to measure sugar consumption
UAF Cornerstone
Diane O'Brien, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
18 Jun 2013Scientists find new biomarker to measure sugar consumption
Medicalxpress.com
Diane O'Brien, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
18 Jun 2013Scientists find new tool to measure sugar consumption
Armenian Medical Network
Diane O'Brien, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
18 Jun 2013Scientists find new tool to easily measure long-term sugar consumption (Video)
examiner.com
Diane O'Brien, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
11 Jun 2013Plant monitoring project tracks competition for pollinators
UAF Cornerstone
Christa Mulder, Katie Spellman
link
5 Jun 2013Hundreds of beaded pins ready for Relay for Life participants
Fairbanks Daily News Miner
Ellen Lopez, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
4 Jun 2013Searching for Wolf Spiders in the Land of Frozen Summers
National Geographic: Explorers Journal
Toolik Field Station
link
2 Jun 2013Three Poles: The Arctic, Antarctic and Himalayas connection
Juneau Empire
Falk Huettmann
link
2 Jun 2013Three poles: The Arctic, Antarctic and Himalayas all connect
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Falk Huettmann
link
25 May 2013Your hair can reveal some interesting details about what you drink
The Blaze
Diane O'Brien, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
17 May 2013Researchers Suprised By Arctic Resiliency In Carbon Storage
redOrbit
Toolik Field Station
link
17 May 2013The beauty of pollen is nothing to sneeze at
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Christa Mulder, Katie Spellman
link
15 May 2013News in Brief: Warming may not release Arctic carbon Element could stay locked in soil, 20-year study suggests
ScienceNews
Toolik Field Station
link
29 Apr 2013Name that loon!
PolarTREC
Toolik Field Station
link
29 Apr 2013P4NH Spotlight: Hopeful Connections
Partnerships for Native Health (University of Washington)
Ellen Lopez, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
26 Apr 2013Alaska Science Forum
Alaska Native News
Toolik Field Station
link
20 Apr 2013UAF researchers spy on grizzly bear south of Fairbanks
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Knut Kielland, Bonanza Creek Long-Term Ecological Research program
link
1 Apr 2013DNA research transforms deer pellets into 'libraries'
KCAW (Raven Radio 104.7, 90.1 FM)
Todd Brinkman
link
22 Mar 2013U.S. Arctic Research Commission in Bethel
KYUK Bethel (Public Media For Alaska's Yukon-Kuskokwim
Andrea Bersamin, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
19 Mar 2013West Morris Mendham teacher to assist scientists on tundra
New Jersey.com
Toolik Field Station
link
15 Mar 2013Kate Cessnun named to “Forty Under 40”
Sit News
Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
11 Mar 2013Communities using new spin on tradition to help youths
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Stacy Rasmus, Diana Campbell, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
26 Feb 2013A shot of my life: Growing up and going to college in a culture of alcohol
Sun Star
Monica Skewes, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
19 Feb 2013The great 'do bears hibernate' debate
Stuff.co.nz
Brian Barnes
link
11 Feb 2013Cultural values help Natives cope with stress and trauma
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Diana Campbell, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
8 Feb 2013UAF ecologist honored for scientific contributions
The Arctic Sounder
David McGuire, Alaska Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit
link
6 Feb 2013Climbers’ descendants to mark centennial of historic Denali summit
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Diana Campbell
link
30 Jan 2013USGS-University of Alaska Landscape Ecologist Named 2012 AAAS Fellow
US Geological Survey
David McGuire, Alaska Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit
link
29 Jan 2013How one cinnamon teal becomes two: High altitude adaptation implicated in bird speciation
The Ornithology blog
Kevin McCracken
link
27 Jan 2013Native cancer support group gives residents a chance to tell their stories
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Ellen Lopez, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
27 Jan 2013Bison Bob a Big Discovery on the North Slope
Alaska Native News
Pamela Groves, Daniel Mann
link
26 Jan 2013Bison Bob a big discovery on North Slop
Anchorage Daily News
Pamela Groves, Daniel Mann
link
21 Jan 2013What’s in your fish? Professor researches nutrients, contaminants
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Todd O'Hara, Diana Campbell, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
19 Jan 2013Are taggers of today the Old Masters of tomorrow?
The Sun: San Bernardino and the Inland Empire
R. Dale Guthrie
link
3 Jan 2013American dippers - the toughest bird on the Kenai
Peninsula Clarion
John Morton
link
18 Dec 2012Fairbanks scientists zero in on duck flu at temperatures 40 degrees below
Alaska Dispatch
Mark Lindberg, Brandt Meixell
link
16 Dec 2012Biologists study avian influenza viruses using Chena River ducks
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Mark Lindberg, Brandt Meixell
link
13 Dec 2012How hibernating critters survive frigid winters without freezing to death
Alaska Dispatch
Brian Barnes
link
9 Dec 2012What's going right with young Alaska Native men?
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Stacy Rasmus, Diana Campbell, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
28 Nov 2012GI Researcher Co-author Of Report On International Permafrost
Red Orbit.com
Toolik Field Station
link
28 Nov 2012The top of the world is melting
Sydney Morning Herald
Ben Abbott, Ted Schuur, Toolik Field Station
link
27 Nov 2012Climate talks must consider impact of thawing permafrost, scientists say
McClatchy
Toolik Field Station
link
27 Nov 2012Where even the earth is melting
WAtoday (Australia)
Ben Abbott, Ted Schuur, Toolik Field Station
link
26 Nov 2012Aging Well in Rural Alaska
research.gov
Jordan Lewis, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
25 Nov 2012Arctic Alaska's Toolik Field Station part of climate change study
Alaska Dispatch
Thom Walker, National Ecological Observatory Network , Toolik Field Station
link
23 Nov 2012Creating a Vital Long View for Gauging Environmental Change
The New York Times
Toolik Field Station
link
19 Nov 2012Nutrition expert explores Native health in isotope study
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Diane O'Brien, Andrea Bersamin, Diana Campbell, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
15 Nov 2012Native health research center awarded $5.3 million grant
The Tundra Drums
Bert Boyer, Alaska Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
12 Nov 2012Center for Alaska Native Health Resources
Cauyaq (UAF Kuskokwim Campus)
Bert Boyer, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
4 Nov 2012Scientist captures the colors of the Fairbanks aurora arch with his camera Read more: Fairbanks Daily News-Miner - Scientist captures the colors of the Fairbanks aurora arch with his camera
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Kenelm Philip
link
30 Oct 2012Scientists identify likely origins of vertebrate air breathing
Frontier Scientists
Michael Harris, Megan Hoffman, Barbara Taylor
link
30 Oct 2012Biologist wants new state park at popular Interior Alaska lake
Alaska Dispatch
David R. Klein
link
28 Oct 2012Lack of access to nutritious food a health issue in Alaska
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Bert Boyer, Ellen Lopez, Monica Skewes, Diana Campbell, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
26 Oct 2012National wildlife conservation network proposed
The Cordova Times
Brad Griffith, Alaska Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit
link
26 Oct 2012Welcome back, wolves. Staying for dinner?
The Wall Street Journal
Laura Prugh
link
24 Oct 2012Experts call for wildlife conservation network
Green Building Elements
Brad Griffith, Alaska Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit
link
22 Oct 2012Scientists seek national wildlife conservation network
Phys.org
Brad Griffith, Alaska Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit
link
22 Oct 2012National conservation network urged
UPI.com
Brad Griffith, Alaska Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit
link
22 Oct 2012Scientists seek national wildlife conservation network
AAAS EurekAlert!
Brad Griffith, Alaska Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit
link
19 Oct 2012How did air-breathing animals evolve? UAF scientists may have identified ancestral trait
Richard Dawkins Foundation for Reason and Science
Michael Harris, Megan Hoffman, Barbara Taylor
link
19 Oct 2012Scientists seek national wildlife conservation network
UAF Cornerstone
Brad Griffith, Alaska Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit
link
17 Oct 2012Signs of Lung Control and Air Breathing Found in an Ancient, Lungless Animal
NIH National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke
Michael Harris, Megan Hoffman, Barbara Taylor
link
17 Oct 2012Lampreys shed light on evolution of air breathing in vertebrates
Nature & Planet
Michael Harris, Megan Hoffman, Barbara Taylor
link
16 Oct 2012A portal to Toolik Field Station
Anchorage Daily News
Toolik Field Station
link
16 Oct 2012Scientists identify likely origins of vertebrate air breathing
Phys Org
Michael Harris, Megan Hoffman, Barbara Taylor
link
16 Oct 2012Origins of vertebrate air breathing possibly uncovered
PlanetSave.com
Michael Harris, Megan Hoffman, Barbara Taylor
link
16 Oct 2012NIH grant gives CANHR boost for next five years
The Sun Star University of Alaska Fairbanks
Bert Boyer, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
16 Oct 2012Scientists identify likely origins of vertebrate air breathing
EarthSky
Michael Harris, Megan Hoffman, Barbara Taylor
link
16 Oct 2012Scientists Identify Likely Origins of Vertebrate Air Breathing
ScienceDaily
Michael Harris, Megan Hoffman, Barbara Taylor
link
16 Oct 2012How did air-breathing animals evolve? UAF scientists may have a clue
Alaska Dispatch
Michael Harris, Megan Hoffman, Barbara Taylor
link
9 Oct 2012Support group gives a space to heal for Alaska Native cancer survivors
The Sun Star University of Alaska Fairbanks
Ellen Lopez, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
8 Oct 2012UAF receives over $5 million dollars to study Alaska Native Health
KDLG 670 am Public Radio for Southwest Alaska
Bert Boyer, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
8 Oct 2012Discovering -- and dining on -- the mummies of the far north
Alaska Dispatch
R. Dale Guthrie
link
7 Oct 2012UAF's Center for Alaska Native Health Research gets $5.3 million grant
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Bert Boyer, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
6 Oct 2012Supercharged chew is a tradition in the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta
Anchorage Daily News
Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
27 Sep 2012Blood may be thicker than water but it isn't always
UAF Aurora magazine
Kristin O'Brien
link
23 Sep 2012Researchers find malaria turning up in Alaska birds
Anchorage Daily News
Karsten Hueffer
link
16 Sep 2012Alaska Native health center research focuses on building relationship
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Bert Boyer, Diana Campbell, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
12 Sep 2012Scents of Science
Society for Science & the Public
Julie Hagelin
link
16 Aug 2012Mercury and Alaska fish: When the benefits outweigh the risks?
Anchorage Press
Lawrence K. Duffy, Alaska Basic Neuroscience Program
link
13 Aug 2012The smell of fear (no tweets necessary)
The New York Times
Julie Hagelin
link
11 Aug 2012Reindeer population boom is a study in nature's balance Read more: Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
David R. Klein
link
11 Aug 2012When Reindeer Paradise Turned to Purgatory
Alaska Native News
David R. Klein
link
9 Aug 2012School lunch study comes to Y-K
The Tundra Drums
Andrea Bersamin
link
7 Aug 2012Tackling Alaska's domestic violence epidemic
Alaska Dispatch
Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
6 Aug 2012Fairbanks researchers tackle food woes of Alaska, Far North
Alaska Dispatch
S. Craig Gerlach, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
6 Aug 2012Time of Fire exhibit merges the science of fire with creative bursts Read more: Fairbanks Daily News-Miner - Time of Fire exhibit merges the science of fire with creative bursts
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Mary Beth Leigh, Bonanza Creek Long-Term Ecological Research program
link
5 Aug 2012Taste-testing booths promote area salmon, veggies at Tanana Valley State Fair Read more: Fairbanks Daily News-Miner - Taste testing booths promote area salmon veggies at Tanana Valley State Fair
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Andrea Bersamin, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
4 Aug 2012Alaska Science Forum: A Voyage to St. Matthew Island
Alaska Native News
David R. Klein
link
1 Aug 2012Cancer Support Group builds momentum; FNA builds links with university research center
Fairbanks Native Association newsletter
Ellen Lopez, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
17 Jul 2012Polar People: Michael Sheriff, Biologist and T-Ball Champion
PolarTREC (ARCUS)
Michael Sheriff
link
16 Jul 2012Alaskan salmon evolve along with the climate
The New York Times
Ryan Kovach, David Tallmon
link
13 Jul 2012Salmon evolve to cope with climate change
Scientific American
Ryan Kovach, David Tallmon
link
12 Jul 2012Southeast Alaska pink salmon adapting to climate change, warming water
Alaska Dispatch
Ryan Kovach, David Tallmon
link
11 Jul 2012Pink salmon evolve to migrate earlier in warmer waters
Nature
Ryan Kovach, David Tallmon
link
11 Jul 2012Climate change drives salmon evolution
New Scientist
Ryan Kovach, David Tallmon
link
11 Jul 2012Climate change driving salmon evolution
Mother Jones
Ryan Kovach, David Tallmon
link
8 Jul 2012Teacher adjusting to Arctic wilderness
Gaston Gazette (North Carolina)
Toolik Field Station
link
5 Jul 2012Adventurers plan to row boat 1,300 miles across Arctic waters Read more: Fairbanks Daily News-Miner - Adventurers plan to row boat 1 300 miles across Arctic waters
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Julie Hagelin
link
4 Jul 2012Crossing the Arctic in a rowboat: They plan to be the first
The Los Angeles Times: The Envelope
Julie Hagelin
link
28 Jun 2012Up close and personal with a curious wolf in Alaska's Arctic
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Ken Tape
link
28 Jun 2012Arctic Ground Squirrels May Help Cure Brain Disease!
The News for Squirrels (Blogspot)
Brian Barnes
link
20 Jun 2012“Rhino” study explores biological success under pressure
KCAW Raven Radio
Alexis Will
link
14 Jun 2012Polar bear researcher wins Indianapolis Prize
The Indianapolis Prize
link
1 Jun 2012Partner profile: Ellen Lopez and Freda Williams
CORT Building Research Partnerships newsletter
Ellen Lopez, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
29 May 2012The “Sea-lebrities” Are Supporting Captain Paul Watson
National Geographic NewsWatch
Jordan Schaul
link
28 May 2012Invasive plants may threaten Alaska’s native berries
The Tundra Drums
Christa Mulder, Katie Spellman
link
26 May 2012Patchwork of methane-belching lakes on Alaska's North Slope get scrutin
Alaska Dispatch
Benjamin V. Gaglioti
link
26 May 2012Northern Alaska lakes getting a closer look
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Benjamin V. Gaglioti
link
24 May 2012Clover High teacher treks to the Arctic Circle for spider research
Heraldonline.com (New York)
Toolik Field Station
link
5 May 2012Did mammoth hunters warm the world?
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
R. Dale Guthrie
link
4 May 2012KUC showcases new facility
KYUK
Scarlett Hopkins, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
3 May 2012Achievements
UAF Chancellor's Report
Brian Barnes
link
30 Apr 2012UAF Research Center holds ribbon cutting
The Tundra Drums
Bert Boyer, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
26 Apr 2012What's cost of development on dwindling moose population?
Alaska Dispatch
Perry Barboza, Joseph Welch
link
26 Apr 2012Summer on the tundra: Steiner to study Arctic biology in Alaska
The Franklin Press (NC)
Toolik Field Station
link
26 Apr 2012University of Alaska Fairbanks to open clinical research facility in Bethel
The Republic (IN)
Bert Boyer, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
26 Apr 2012UAF plans Bethel research facility
Anchorage Daily News
Bert Boyer, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
24 Apr 2012Invasive plant could threaten tundra berries
KYUK public radio Bethel, Alaska
Christa Mulder
link
23 Apr 2012Invasive plants may threaten Alaska’s native berries
SitNews
Christa Mulder
link
21 Apr 2012Climate actions hold moral imperative: Compass: Other points of view
Anchorage Daily News
F. Stuart Chapin III
link
20 Apr 2012Invasive plants may threaten Alaska’s native berries
UAF news
Christa Mulder
link
4 Apr 2012Position of privilege
University of Alaska Fairbanks
Diana Campbell
link
3 Apr 2012Arctic ground measurements confirm satellite data
Environmental Research Web
Donald Walker
link
27 Mar 2012Urban jungle
The Washington Post
Mark Miller
link
20 Mar 2012New research and collaborations: Understanding the cancer experience from Alaska Native cancer survivors
CORT Building Research Partnerships newsletter
Ellen Lopez, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
12 Mar 2012Scientists’ newest way to gather data? Enlist hikers
Smartplanet.com
Julie Hagelin
link
10 Mar 2012Do birds pass the sniff test? Can they smell surroundings?
Alaska Dispatch
Julie Hagelin
link
10 Mar 2012Researchers sniff out the facts on bird noses
Anchorage Daily News
Julie Hagelin
link
7 Mar 2012Alaska Science Forum: Does a whale’s nose know the way to food?
Capital City Weekly
Julie Hagelin
link
4 Mar 2012Alaska beetles survive ‘unearthly’ temperatures
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Todd Sformo
link
26 Feb 2012Does a whale’s nose know the way to food? Read more: Fairbanks Daily News-Miner - Does a whale’s nose know the way to food
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Julie Hagelin
link
26 Feb 2012Bear snaring defies our values: Management should be based on respect for the bruin's role Read more: Fairbanks Daily News-Miner - Bear snaring defies our values Management should be based on respect for the bruin s role
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
David R. Klein
link
22 Feb 2012Nutrient Transport in Arctic Watersheds
PolarTREC (Teachers and Researchers Exploring and Collaborating)
Tamara Harms, Jeremy Jones, Toolik Field Station
link
21 Feb 2012Museums aim to revamp science education
UAF Sun Star
Kevin Winker
link
20 Feb 2012Southwest Alaska Communities Discuss Suicide Prevention
KTUU.com
Stacy Rasmus, James Allen, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
18 Feb 2012Alexander Dawson teacher Melissa Barker to help with Arctic research
dailycamera.com (Boulder, Colorado)
Tamara Harms, Toolik Field Station
link
12 Feb 2012Wildlife division needs a scientist: Commissioner should appoint director with a qualifying resumé Read more: Fairbanks Daily News-Miner - Wildlife division needs a scientist Commissioner should appoint director with a qualifying resumé
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Kris Hundertmark
link
11 Feb 2012Commentary: Corey Rossi replacement must be dedicated to science-based management
Alaska Dispatch
Kris Hundertmark
link
8 Feb 2012Village of Hope, Part 1
KTUU.com
Stacy Rasmus, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
6 Feb 2012Boise State researchers discover why birch is toxic to snowshoe hares
Boise State Update
Knut Kielland, Bonanza Creek Long-Term Ecological Research program
link
4 Feb 2012Eroding islands, disappearing glaciers, greenhouse gases
Anchorage Daily News
Brian Barnes
link
28 Jan 2012Alaska science: Eroding islands, disappearing glaciers, lots of greenhouse gases
Alaska Dispatch
Brian Barnes
link
25 Jan 2012Editors' Award for outstanding paper
Applied Vegetation Science
Donald Walker, Hans Patrick Kuss, Anja Kade, Martha Raynolds
link
20 Jan 2012Kristin O’Brien: Antarctic icefishes have translucent bodies and blood
EarthSky.org
Kristin O'Brien
link
18 Jan 2012Barnes named fellow at science society
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Brian Barnes
18 Jan 2012Pushed to brink, swans rebound with help from global warming
The Daily Climate
F. Stuart Chapin III, Mark Lindberg
link
18 Jan 2012Trumpeter Swans Rebound, with an Assist from Global Warming
Scientific American
F. Stuart Chapin III, Mark Lindberg, Joshua Schmidt
link
13 Jan 2012‘Leggy’ organisms occupy the University of Alaska Museum of the North Read more: Fairbanks Daily News-Miner - ‘Leggy’ organisms occupy the University of Alaska Museum of the North
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Derek Sikes
link
12 Jan 2012Spectacled Eiders winter hideaway
You Tube
Matthew Sexson
link
6 Jan 2012Threatened Alaska sea ducks protected as tanker plows through Bering Sea ice
Alaska Dispatch
Matthew Sexson
link
6 Jan 2012Satellite Tracking Helps Russian Tanker Navigate Critical Sea Duck Habitat
USGS
Matthew Sexson
link
25 Dec 2011State Gives $1.5 Million To Support Suicide, Substance Abuse Prevention In Southwest Alaska
Alaska Public Radio
Stacy Rasmus, James Allen
link
23 Dec 2011Family offers $1 million gift to University of Alaska Fairbanks
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Kelly Drew
link
21 Dec 2011Suicide prevention research gets $1.4M
Anchorage Daily News
Stacy Rasmus, James Allen
link
21 Dec 2011Suicide prevention research gets $1.4M
The News Tribune (Tacoma, WA)
Stacy Rasmus, James Allen
link
21 Dec 2011Suicide prevention research program at UAF receives $1.4 Million
The Republic (Columbus, Indiana)
Stacy Rasmus, James Allen
link
20 Dec 2011Suicide Prevention: Research Program at UAF Receives $1.4 Million
KTUU.com
Stacy Rasmus, James Allen
link
19 Dec 2011Permafrost science heats up in the United States
Nature
Ben Abbott
link
19 Dec 2011Permafrost thaw — just how scary is it?
The Washington Post
David McGuire
link
16 Dec 2011As Permafrost Thaws, Scientists Study the Risks
The New York Times
David McGuire
link
5 Dec 2011Documenting dangerous ice
Polar Field Services newsletter
Knut Kielland
link
5 Dec 2011Scientist Spots Missing Link in his Basement, but is too Sleepy to Catch it
Scientific American
Derek Sikes
link
2 Dec 2011On the climate high end, methane time bombs and the lure of the new
New York Times: Dot Earth (Andrew Revkin)
Ben Abbott
link
1 Dec 2011An Arctic wildcard could make the climate go bust
TIME
Ben Abbott
link
30 Nov 2011Thawing permafrost vents gases to worsen warming
Kansas City Star
Ben Abbott
link
30 Nov 2011Permafrost loss worse climate peril than thought
AFP
Ben Abbott
link
30 Nov 2011Arctic: Thawing permafrost could vent more carbon, warm earth
Alaska Dispatch
Ben Abbott
link
30 Nov 2011Thawing permafrost could speed global warming, researchers warn
Calgary Herald
Ben Abbott, Merritt Turetsky
link
30 Nov 2011The big thaw: Experts expect significant climatic impact of carbon from permafrost
Wetenschap 24 (Dutch news)
Ben Abbott
link
30 Nov 2011Thawing permafrost vents gases to worsen warming
Atlanta Journal Constitution
Ben Abbott
link
30 Nov 2011Warming’s ‘vicious cycle:’ Permafrost thaws, vents lots of greenhouse gases, speeds up warming
The Washington Post
Ben Abbott
link
30 Nov 2011Permafrost Thaw May Emit More Than Deforestation, Study Says
Bloomberg Businessweek
Ben Abbott
link
30 Nov 2011Thawing permafrost could speed global warming, researchers warn Read more: http://www.canada.com/technology/Thawing+permafrost+could+speed+global+warming+researchers+warn/5791260/story.html#ixzz1fEJBPppm
The Vancouver Sun
Ben Abbott
link
30 Nov 2011Thawing permafrost vents gases to worsen warming
The Seattle Times
Ben Abbott
link
30 Nov 2011Abrupt permafrost thaw increases climate threat
AAAS EurekAlert!
Ben Abbott
link
30 Nov 2011Thawing permafrost could speed global warming, researchers warn
canada.com
Ben Abbott
link
30 Nov 2011Arctic permafrost thawing may speed warming, say scientists
CBC News North
F. Stuart Chapin III
link
28 Nov 2011Unlocking nature's secrets
news@Northeastern (Northeastern University)
Toolik Field Station
link
27 Nov 2011Experts say feeding ducks interrupts their migration patterns and diets Read more: Fairbanks Daily News-Miner - Experts say feeding ducks interrupts their migration patterns and diets
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Mark Lindberg
link
22 Nov 2011NSF awards UAF science facility $16 million
Sun Star (UAF newspaper)
Syndonia Bret-Harte, Brian Barnes
link
21 Nov 2011UAF gets $16.3M grant for Toolik Field Station
wjactv.com
Syndonia Bret-Harte, Brian Barnes
link
21 Nov 2011National Science Foundation awards grant to UA Fairbanks for support of Toolik Field Station
The Republic (Columbus, Indiana)
Syndonia Bret-Harte, Brian Barnes
link
19 Nov 2011UAF research station awarded $16 million in federal money
Daily Journal
Syndonia Bret-Harte, Brian Barnes
link
18 Nov 2011UAF awarded funds for Toolik Field Station research
Fairbanks Daily News Miner
Syndonia Bret-Harte, Brian Barnes
link
18 Nov 2011Toolik Field Station nets $16 million award
UAF Cornerstone
Syndonia Bret-Harte, Brian Barnes
link
17 Nov 2011University of Alaska science station nets $16 million award
Physorg.com
Syndonia Bret-Harte, Brian Barnes
link
11 Nov 2011Complexity of caribou population dynamics in a changing climate
Alaska Park Science vol. 10 issue 1
Kyle Joly, David R. Klein
link
1 Nov 2011UAF celebrates locally grown food
Sun Star (UAF student newspaper)
Andrea Bersamin
link
27 Oct 2011Alaska creatures without us
Sit News (Stories in the news - Ketchikan, Alaska)
Mark Wipfli
link
19 Oct 2011Alaska insect explorations, from Sagwon Bluffs to Sitka
Capital City Weekly
Derek Sikes
link
26 Sep 2011NSF awards grants to advance digitization of biological collections
National Science Foundation
Steffi Ickert-Bond
link
26 Sep 2011IMLS awards $19.5 million museum for America grants - two Alaska museums garner support
Museums Alaska Network (newsletter)
Steffi Ickert-Bond
link
22 Sep 2011Scientists successfully induce hibernation in animals for the first time
Popular Science (Popsci.com)
Tulasi Ram Jinka, Kelly Drew
link
22 Sep 2011Penguins may sniff out relatives
Science News
link
21 Sep 2011Gathering of city spiders puzzles onlookers
Anchorage Daily News
Brandi Fleshman, Derek Sikes
link
20 Sep 2011Ecological anthropologist involves, empowers communities through research
Arizona State University ASU News [science & tech]
Wylie Burke, Resilience and Adaptation Program
link
19 Sep 2011Achievements
UAF Chancellor's Report
Tulasi Ram Jinka, Kelly Drew
link
19 Sep 2011Hibernation found to be neuroprotective
Labnews.co.uk
Tulasi Ram Jinka, Kelly Drew
link
11 Sep 2011Recovery after world's largest tundra fire raises questions
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Syndonia Bret-Harte
link
8 Sep 2011UAF student using recorders to study man-made, natural sounds around Kenai wildlife refuge
The Republic (Columbus, Indiana)
Timothy Mullet, Falk Huettmann
link
7 Sep 2011Recovery after world's largest tundra fire raises questions
Alaska Science Forum (UAF GI)
Syndonia Bret-Harte
link
30 Aug 2011Tundra fires unlock implications of a fire-driven Arctic
UAF Sun Star
Syndonia Bret-Harte
link
27 Aug 2011When birds go to town
Science News
Emily Weiser, Abby Powell
link
17 Aug 2011Warmer Arctic could disrupt host-pathogen balance
Alaska Native News
Karsten Hueffer, Todd O'Hara
link
14 Aug 2011Squirrels and bears help fight heart attack damages
Smartplanet.com
Tulasi Ram Jinka, Kelly Drew
link
11 Aug 2011Scientists Report Dramatic Carbon Loss From Massive Arctic Wildfire
Fire Engineering.com
Syndonia Bret-Harte
link
10 Aug 2011UAF scientists show how hibernation in initiated in ground squirrels
Capital City Weekly (Juneau)
Tulasi Ram Jinka, Kelly Drew
link
8 Aug 2011Unprecedented 2007 arctic fire released 50 yeas of stored carbon
Planetsave.com
Syndonia Bret-Harte
link
3 Aug 2011Hibernation switch identified in squirrels
New Scientist
Tulasi Ram Jinka, Kelly Drew
link
3 Aug 2011Hybrid grizzly-polar bears a worrisome sign of the North's changing climate
Globe and Mail (Canada)
Kris Hundertmark
link
2 Aug 2011Female moaning spurs fights between male moose
BBC Nature News
R. Terry Bowyer, Kelley Stewart, Victor Van Ballenberghe
link
1 Aug 2011Tundra fires feed global warming loop
SustainableBusiness.com`
Syndonia Bret-Harte
link
1 Aug 2011Arctic wildfires may accelerate global warming
The Economic Times
Syndonia Bret-Harte
link
31 Jul 2011Arctic wildfires lower carbon storage
Med India
Syndonia Bret-Harte
link
31 Jul 2011Arctic wildfires may accelerate global warming
TruthDive
Syndonia Bret-Harte
link
31 Jul 2011Alaska wildfires ominous sign for climate: research
Taipei Tiimes
Syndonia Bret-Harte
link
29 Jul 2011When the arctic catches fire
Discovery News
Syndonia Bret-Harte
link
29 Jul 2011Arctic fires release trapped carbon
The Hill (E2-Wire blog)
Syndonia Bret-Harte
link
29 Jul 2011Fairbanks' Abels recognized in martial arts
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Mike Abels
link
29 Jul 2011Huge 2007 tundra fire seen as ominous sign for climate
Reuters
Syndonia Bret-Harte
link
29 Jul 2011Huge 2007 tundra fire seen as ominous sign for climate
30online.com
Syndonia Bret-Harte
link
29 Jul 2011Hibernation on demand
Kopalnia Wiedzy (Poland)
Tulasi Ram Jinka, Kelly Drew
link
29 Jul 2011Fire made arctic spew, rather than absorb, carbon
Vermont Public Radio
Syndonia Bret-Harte
link
28 Jul 2011Baked Alaska: Arctic tundra fires set to increase
NewScientist
Syndonia Bret-Harte
link
28 Jul 2011Global warming: Tundra fires are huge carbon sources
Summit County Citizens Voice
Syndonia Bret-Harte
link
28 Jul 2011Tundra fires and climate change: More bad news
National Public Radio (The Two-Way, NPR's news blog)
Syndonia Bret-Harte
link
28 Jul 2011Arctic fires could have climate impact
UPI.com
Syndonia Bret-Harte
link
28 Jul 2011Fire threatens arctic tundra for first time in 11,000 years
Meteorology & Climatology at suite 101
Syndonia Bret-Harte
link
28 Jul 2011Dramatic carbon loss reported from massive arctic fire
Click Green
Syndonia Bret-Harte
link
28 Jul 2011Tundra fires could affect climate change: 2007 Anaktuvuk River fire released tons of carbon into air
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Syndonia Bret-Harte
link
28 Jul 20112007 Arctic wildfire released 50 years of stored carbon into atmosphere
Alaska Dispatch
Syndonia Bret-Harte
link
28 Jul 2011Scientists induce hibernation in squirrels
US News and World Report: Science
Tulasi Ram Jinka, Kelly Drew
link
28 Jul 2011Hibernation science at UAF
KUAC Public Radio
Tulasi Ram Jinka, Kelly Drew
link
28 Jul 2011Huge Arctic fire hints at new climate cue
BBC Science and Environment
Syndonia Bret-Harte
link
28 Jul 20112007 Arctic fire released reflected rapid warming: Study
International Business Times
Syndonia Bret-Harte
link
27 Jul 2011Discovery Of Hibernation-Inducing Signaling Mechanism Brings Scientists Closer To Human Application
MedicalNews Today
Tulasi Ram Jinka, Kelly Drew
link
27 Jul 2011Largest recorded tundra fire yields scientific surprises
ScienceDaily
Syndonia Bret-Harte
link
27 Jul 2011Scientists identify hibernation-inducing signaling mechanism
Alaska Native News
Tulasi Ram Jinka, Kelly Drew
link
27 Jul 2011Largest recorded tundra fire yields scientific surprises
Chem Info
Syndonia Bret-Harte
link
27 Jul 2011Tundra fire releases 50years of carbon into atmosphere
Red Orbit
Syndonia Bret-Harte
link
27 Jul 2011Scientists identify hibernation-inducing signaling mechanism
Sit News
Tulasi Ram Jinka, Kelly Drew
link
27 Jul 2011Scientists unlock key to hibernation in name of stoke, heart research
The Australian
Tulasi Ram Jinka, Kelly Drew
link
26 Jul 2011Alaska scientists make squirrels hibernate
AFP (Seoul, South Korea)
Tulasi Ram Jinka, Kelly Drew
link
26 Jul 2011UAF scientists identify hibernation mechanism, hope for medical uses
Anchorage Daily News
Tulasi Ram Jinka, Kelly Drew
link
26 Jul 2011Dispatches from Alaska: On the front lines of climate change
Newsday.com
Toolik Field Station
link
25 Jul 2011Climate change to spawn more wildfire
Discovery News
F. Stuart Chapin III
link
25 Jul 2011Scientists warn that fires could consume Yellowstone forests
USA Today
F. Stuart Chapin III
link
18 Jul 2011Honors Institute students to live as arctic field scientists
Alaska Dispatch
Toolik Field Station
link
17 Jul 2011Native students embark on arctic field trip
Times Union (Albany
Toolik Field Station
link
17 Jul 2011Getting buzzed by gull on Yukon River brings back memories
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Abby Powell
link
17 Jul 2011Alaska Native honor students embark on arctic field trip for arctic research
Greenfield (Indiana) Daily Reporter
Toolik Field Station
link
17 Jul 2011The significant role of forests in regulating global climate
The Castlegar Source
David McGuire
link
17 Jul 2011Alaska Native students embark on arctic field trip
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Toolik Field Station
link
15 Jul 2011Forests Absorb Third of World's CO2 Emissions
IrishWeatherOnline.com
David McGuire
link
15 Jul 2011Forests absorb one-third of global fossil fuel emissions
Bioscience Technology
David McGuire
link
15 Jul 2011Honors Institute students test life as arctic field scientists
Bristol Bay Times
Toolik Field Station
link
15 Jul 2011Honors Institute students test life as arctic field scientists
The Arctic Sounder
Toolik Field Station
link
15 Jul 2011Forests can store more carbon emissions than previously thought
People's Daily Online (China)
David McGuire
link
15 Jul 2011Forests can store more carbon emissions
My Sinchew.com (Vienna, Austria)
David McGuire
link
14 Jul 2011Buzzed by the same bird?
Sit News (Sitka Alaska0
Abby Powell
link
13 Jul 2011UAF works to get salmon on Alaska school menus
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Andrea Bersamin
link
11 Jul 2011In Unalaska, a dirty fight over clean water
Alaska Dispatch
Karsten Hueffer
link
8 Jul 2011UAF Teams-Up to Research Native Childhood Obesity Prevention
Alaska Public Radio Network
Andrea Bersamin
link
6 Jul 2011Center for Alaska Native Health Research is seeking cancer survivors
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Ellen Lopez
link
6 Jul 2011UAF research looks to heart of rehabilitation
Homer News
Brian Barnes, Bert Boyer
link
3 Jul 2011UAF joins research on childhood obesity in indigenous groups
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Andrea Bersamin
link
3 Jul 2011Road to Umiat hits early review, draws support, concerns
Fairbanks Daily News-Miiner
Brian Barnes
link
1 Jul 2011Making sense of SIDS
UAF Frontiers (Center for Research Services)
Barbara Taylor
link
30 Jun 2011Alaska's Tough Butterfly
Juneau Empire
Kenelm Philip
link
30 Jun 2011UAF research looks to heart of rehabilitation
Peninsula Clarion (Alaska)
Brian Barnes
link
29 Jun 2011Alaska wild fish headed to rural school lunches
Capital City Weekly (Juneau)
Andrea Bersamin
link
27 Jun 2011UAF looks at linking fisheries with schools
Anchorage Daily News
Andrea Bersamin
link
27 Jun 2011UAF looks at linking fisheries with rural schools
The News Tribune (Tacoma Washington)
Andrea Bersamin
link
26 Jun 2011Lake Minchumia residents lend a hand in scientific studies
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Knut Kielland
link
23 Jun 2011UAF research looks to heart of rehab
Alaska Journal of Commerce
Brian Barnes, Bert Boyer
link
23 Jun 2011UAF's new biological sciences programs, facilities expand
Alaska Journal of Commerce
Brian Barnes
link
22 Jun 2011Alaska Wild Fish Headed to Rural School Lunches
Alaska Business Monthly
Andrea Bersamin, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
17 Jun 2011Arabian Oryx Comes Back from the Brink
Science Insider (American Association for the Advancement of Science - AAAS)
Kris Hundertmark
link
15 Jun 2011Putting Fish Back Into Schools, and More
Fishermen's News Online
Andrea Bersamin, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
9 May 2011Science faith leaders meet to discuss environment
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
F. Stuart Chapin III
link
6 May 2011Surviving on the bear essentials
The Squamish Chief
Oivind Toien, Brian Barnes
link
5 Apr 2011Des savants publient une etude: On connait mieux l'hibernation des ours
Mon Quotidien (French magazine for children)
Oivind Toien, Brian Barnes
link
31 Mar 2011UAF Life Sciences Facility gets formal launch with groundbreaking ceremony
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Brian Barnes
link
31 Mar 2011Addressing Alaskans: What’s In Our Fish?
KSKA public radio
Todd O'Hara
link
30 Mar 2011Study of Alaska Natives confirms salmon-rich diet prevents diabetes, heart disease
Alaska Dispatch
Bert Boyer
link
30 Mar 2011Take a nap — hibernating animals live longer! It may be because they avoid predators; but there are drawbacks, too ...
MSNBC.com
Oivind Toien, Brian Barnes
link
28 Mar 2011Off-road vehicles alter wildlife habitats
Discovery News
Colin Shanley
link
26 Mar 2011Scientists uncover surprising features of bear hibernation: Metabolism independent of body temperature
Sit News
Brian Barnes, Oivind Toien
link
21 Mar 2011Listening to the "Soundscape" of Wilderness
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Refuge Update
Timothy Mullet
link
20 Mar 2011Warmer Arctic could increase threat of disease for caribou, other foods
Alaska Dispatch
Karsten Hueffer, Todd O'Hara
link
18 Mar 2011Warmer Arctic could increase threat of disease for caribou, other foods
Alaska Newspapers
Karsten Hueffer, Todd O'Hara
link
18 Mar 2011Warmer Arctic could increase threat of disease for caribou, other foods
The Arctic Sounder
Karsten Hueffer, Todd O'Hara
link
14 Mar 2011What we didn't know about hibernating black bears
EarthSky.org
Oivind Toien, Brian Barnes
link
7 Mar 2011Hibernating bears may help sick humans
The Washington Post
Oivind Toien, Brian Barnes
link
6 Mar 2011Wildlife research unit leader named
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Brad Griffith
link
4 Mar 2011http://www.examiner.com/pets-in-hartford/understanding-how-bears-hibernate-may-lead-to-breakthroughs-human-healthcare
Examiner.com
Oivind Toien, Brian Barnes
link
2 Mar 2011Baren: Winterschlaf enthullt einzigartige Fahigkeiten (Bears: Hibernation reveals unique skills)
Scinexx Das Wissensmagazin
Oivind Toien, Brian Barnes
link
2 Mar 2011Hibernating bears don't lose bone and muscle
Australian Broadcasting Company radio national
Oivind Toien, Brian Barnes
link
1 Mar 2011Winterschlaf der Baren lasst Forscher staunen (Hibernation of bears amazes scientists)
N24
Oivind Toien, Brian Barnes
link
28 Feb 2011Schwarzbaren auf Sparflamme (Black bears on the back burner)
Zeit Online
Oivind Toien, Brian Barnes
link
28 Feb 2011Ein atemzug pro minute (One breath per minute)
Sueddeutsche.de
Oivind Toien, Brian Barnes
link
28 Feb 2011Wie Tiere im Winter auf Energiesparmodus schalten (Like animals in the winter switch to energy saving mode)
Welt Online
Oivind Toien, Brian Barnes
link
28 Feb 2011Kuschelig warm trotz sparmodus (Nice and warm despite saving mode)
bild de wissenschaft
Oivind Toien, Brian Barnes
link
28 Feb 2011Winterscalaf der Baren lasst Forscher staunen (Hibernation of bears amazes scientists)
Focus Magazin
Oivind Toien, Brian Barnes
link
28 Feb 2011Winterschlaf der Baren lasst Forscher staunen (Hibernation of bears amazes scientists)
Stern.de
Oivind Toien, Brian Barnes
link
27 Feb 2011Black bears hibernate in usual way
Los Angeles Times
Oivind Toien, Brian Barnes
link
25 Feb 2011The science of bear hibernation
Backpacker
Oivind Toien, Brian Barnes
link
24 Feb 2011Hibernating bears slow down but don't chill out
The Mainichi Daily News
Oivind Toien, Brian Barnes
link
23 Feb 2011Why Learning To Hibernate Like A Bear Could Come In Handy
Dogo News! Fodder for Young Minds
Oivind Toien, Brian Barnes
link
22 Feb 2011Watching bears sleep: A "heroic" five-month study reveals the secrets of black bear hibernation
TheScientist
Oivind Toien, Brian Barnes
link
22 Feb 2011Bears are unusually hot hibernators: Hibernation secrets could lead t new medical therapies
CBC News: Health (Canada)
Oivind Toien, Brian Barnes
link
21 Feb 2011What we didn't know about hibernating black bears
Earthsky.org (Radio-Website)
Oivind Toien, Brian Barnes
link
20 Feb 2011This is how bears' hibernation works
Dagens Nyheter (Swedish newspaper)
Oivind Toien, Brian Barnes
link
18 Feb 2011Hibernating bears 'A Metabolic Marvel'
NPR
Oivind Toien, Brian Barnes
link
18 Feb 2011Hibernating Bears May Hold the Key to Deep Space Travel
Gearfuse.com
Oivind Toien, Brian Barnes
link
18 Feb 2011What Will Suspended Animation Really Be Like? A New Study Offers Hints
Gizmodo
Oivind Toien, Brian Barnes
link
18 Feb 2011UAF scientists featured in prominent journal with bear hibernation research Read more: Fairbanks Daily News-Miner - entry UAF scientists featured in prominent journal with bear hibernation research
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Oivind Toien, Brian Barnes
link
18 Feb 2011Proven: Bears Hibernate (And Soon You Could Too)
Time
Oivind Toien, Brian Barnes
link
18 Feb 2011Hibernating bears could help victims of trauma
Calgary Herald
Oivind Toien, Brian Barnes
link
18 Feb 2011New research offers new insights on black bear hibernation
The Republic (Cols. Indiana)
Oivind Toien, Brian Barnes
link
17 Feb 2011Hibernating Bears Keep Weirdly Warm. Hibernating Bears Keep Weirdly Warm
National Geographic
Oivind Toien, Brian Barnes
link
17 Feb 2011Weird & Wild Q&A: How to Study Bears (Hint: Use Carrots)
National Geographic
Oivind Toien, Brian Barnes
link
17 Feb 2011Arctic Lessons: Scientists study northern mammals for ways to help humans stay healthy
Alaska Magazine
Kelly Drew, Lawrence K. Duffy, Alaska Basic Neuroscience Program
link
17 Feb 2011Black bears slow down their heart beat by 75% when they sleep for six months each year without food or drink
The Daily Mail (U.K.)
Oivind Toien, Brian Barnes
link
17 Feb 2011Hibernating bears studied in unprecedented detail
BBC News Science & Environment
Oivind Toien, Brian Barnes
link
17 Feb 2011Hibernating black bears suggest new paths for tissue preservation [Video]
Scientific American (blog)
Oivind Toien, Brian Barnes
link
17 Feb 2011Hibernating bears could help human rescues
AFP
Oivind Toien, Brian Barnes
link
17 Feb 2011Hibernating Bears Slow Down More, Cool Down Less
PBS News Hour
Oivind Toien, Brian Barnes
link
17 Feb 2011Hibernating bears slow down but don't chill out
Atlanta Constitution Journal
Oivind Toien, Brian Barnes
link
17 Feb 2011Why bears are the world's best hibernators
Discover
Oivind Toien, Brian Barnes
link
17 Feb 2011What hibernating bears can tell us about space travel. Scientists studying hibernation discovered that bears' super-slow metabolism may provide clues for treating trauma patients and preparing for spaceflight.
Christian Science Monitor
Oivind Toien, Brian Barnes
link
17 Feb 2011Bear hibernation study finds surprises in search for clues to help human health
The Washington Post
Oivind Toien, Brian Barnes
link
17 Feb 2011Hibernating bears slow down but don't chill out
The Daily Caller
Oivind Toien, Brian Barnes
link
17 Feb 2011Hibernating Alaska bears boring on video but thrill scientists anyway
Anchorage Daily News
Oivind Toien, Brian Barnes
link
17 Feb 2011Hibernating Bears Keep the Thermostat Turned Up
The New York Times
Oivind Toien, Brian Barnes
link
17 Feb 2011Black bear hibernation mystery: Bears can slow their metabolic rates far more than their body temperatures would predict.
Discovery News
Oivind Toien, Brian Barnes
link
17 Feb 2011Hibernating bears teach scientists tricks for human hibernation: A study of hibernating black bears paves the way for using hibernation-like states in humans for treating the critically ill and helping astronauts survive journeys through deep space
Guardian (U.K.)
Oivind Toien, Brian Barnes
link
17 Feb 2011Hibernating bears slow down but don't chill out Read more: http://www.adn.com/2011/02/17/1708576/hibernating-bears-slow-down-but.html#ixzz1EGYxJ0dT
Anchorage Daily News
Oivind Toien, Brian Barnes
link
17 Feb 2011Hope for human hibernation heats up
MSN.com
Oivind Toien, Brian Barnes
link
17 Feb 2011Hibernation mystery: In winter, bears slow their metabolic rates far more than their body temperatures would predict
Science News
Oivind Toien, Brian Barnes
link
17 Feb 2011The Secrets of Bear Hibernation
Science NOW (website of AAAS and the journal Science)
Oivind Toien, Brian Barnes
link
17 Feb 2011Hibernating bears slow down but don't chill out
Associated Press
Oivind Toien, Brian Barnes
link
17 Feb 2011Video: Hibernating bears drop metabolism - and snore
USA Today
Oivind Toien, Brian Barnes
link
13 Dec 2010Biologist Leonard Peyton recorded bird songs (Peyton was Laurence Irving's technician when IAB first began)
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
link
13 Dec 2010Musk ox deaths at Fairbanks facility linked to mineral deficiency
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
link
12 Dec 2010UAF natural history club provides lively venue for science discussion
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Karen H-R. Mager
link
8 Nov 2010Open Landfills feed population growth of predatory Alaskan gulls
Mongabay.com
Emily Weiser, Abby Powell
link
3 Nov 2010Voters say yes to education bond package
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
link
3 Nov 2010Voters approve $900 million in school funding, veterans' loans
The News Tribune (Tacoma, WA)
link
3 Nov 2010School funding bond passes
The Arctic Sounder
link
29 Oct 2010UAF class a Zombieland that engages students
Superior Telegram
Michael Harris
link
29 Oct 2010Prof uses zombies to explain neurobiology
KWTX.com
Michael Harris
link
29 Oct 2010UAF professor uses zombies as a teaching tool
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Michael Harris
link
25 Oct 2010UAF professor uses zombies as teaching tool
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Michael Harris
link
24 Oct 2010Proposition B on Alaska ballot would send big bucks to schools across the state
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
link
24 Oct 2010Yes on B: Alaska shouldn't miss chance to improve schools
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
link
22 Oct 2010Warmer Arctic, Melting Sea Ice Likely Permanent: NOAA
redOrbit
Donald Walker
link
21 Oct 2010Letter to the Editor: Back life sciences
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
link
18 Oct 2010Big changes predicted in Alaska climate by 2100
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Falk Huettmann
link
18 Oct 2010Big changes predicted in Alaska climate by 2100
KTVA - Channel 11
Falk Huettmann
link
16 Oct 2010Butterfly Quest: If a birdwatcher can have a 'big year,' why not a lepidopterist?
The Wall Street Journal
Kenelm Philip
link
9 Oct 2010Bond proposal key to future of UAF's life sciences building
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Brian Barnes, Christa Mulder
link
9 Oct 2010Pondering the future of Alaska landscapes
Anchorage Daily News
Falk Huettmann
link
8 Oct 2010Wildfire, Reindeer Top Arctic Research Commission's Agenda
Alaska Public Radio Network (APRN)
Syndonia Bret-Harte
link
8 Oct 2010Arctic Tipping Points Affect World Climate
KQED News (San Francisco radio)
Syndonia Bret-Harte, Andrew Balser
link
8 Oct 2010Pondering the future of Alaska landscapes
Frontiersman
Falk Huettmann
link
5 Oct 2010Teens plead for parental involvement at suicide summit convened by Murkowski
The Tundra Drums
Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
3 Oct 2010Pondering the future of Alaska landscapes
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Falk Huettmann
link
3 Oct 2010Pondering the future of Alaska landscapes
SitNews
Falk Huettmann
link
30 Sep 2010Pondering the future of Alaska landscapes
UAF Geophysical Institute - Alaska Science Forum
Falk Huettmann
link
29 Sep 2010Yup'ik blood to help researchers study personalized prescriptions
The Tundra Drums
Bert Boyer, Diane O'Brien
link
29 Sep 2010New research could lead to personalized prescriptions
Alaska Business Monthly
Bert Boyer, Diane O'Brien
link
28 Sep 2010Denali Elementary students explore Chatanika watershed
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Katie Spellman
link
27 Sep 2010A Taste for Trash
Conservation Magazine
Ellen Weiser, Abby Powell
link
22 Sep 2010Denali Elementary studying the ecosystem (UAF graduate students host first-graders at UAF's Caribou-Poker Creeks Research Watershed
Channel 11 KTVF
Katie Spellman, Amanda Rinehart, Karen H-R. Mager, Resilience and Adaptation Program
link
17 Sep 2010Climate models show Fairbanks shifting to Saskatoon-like conditions by 2100
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Richard D. Boone
link
15 Sep 2010Bainbridge steps down as Equinox Marathon race director
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Edward Debevec
link
10 Sep 2010'In a Time of Change' encourages dialogue on climate change
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Mary Beth Leigh, Bonanza Creek Long-Term Ecological Research program
link
10 Sep 2010Deliquescent Designs reunite for show on 'Perspectives'
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Mary Beth Leigh
link
6 Sep 2010Evolving Culture: Where Do We Go From Here?
National Public Radio
Perry Barboza
link
4 Sep 2010Cow moose with 3 calves likely a thief, biologists say
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Kris Hundertmark
link
22 Jul 2010Sled dogs are a breed apart, study finds
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Heather Huson
link
21 Jul 2010Sled Dogs: A Breed of Their Own
AAAS Science Now
Heather Huson
link
21 Jun 2010Alaskan science on the solstice: Doing research where the sun never sets
Scientific American
Toolik Field Station
link
20 Jun 2010Field Notes from the Arctic: The Journey North
KQED Climate Watch blog
Toolik Field Station
link
16 Jun 2010Science, pipelines and bears: A reporter goes to Alaska's Toolik Field Station
Scientific American blog
Toolik Field Station
link
3 Jun 2010Fairbanks science center, Tanana River bridge escape Parnell veto pen
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
link
27 May 2010Invasive Plant Education in Alaskan School
United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Service Alaska Region, State of Alaska Department of Natural Resources Division of Foresty
Christa Mulder
link
23 May 2010Is Arctic refuge grass greener?
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Donald Walker
link
22 May 2010University of Alaska faces risky choices for life sciences project
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
link
18 May 2010Social workers honor efforts of Hildenbrand, Gatewood, Mohatt
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Gerald Mohatt, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
16 May 2010Fairbanks professor among signers of climate-change letter
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
F. Stuart Chapin III
link
14 May 2010Research station in Fairbanks holds open house (LARS)
Juneau Empire.com
link
14 May 2010Prof. explains Alaskan climate shifts
The Dartmouth
F. Stuart Chapin III
link
11 May 2010Audubon Dispatch: Smoke Signals (Anaktuvuk River Fire)
Audubonmagazine.org
Toolik Field Station
link
11 May 2010UAF Scientist Disputes "Climate Gate" Claims
KUAC-FM, Alaska Public Radio Network (APRN)
F. Stuart Chapin III
link
10 May 2010University of Michigan scientists devise new way to measure melting permafrost
examiner.com
Toolik Field Station
link
7 May 2010Fairbanks Area Hiking Club offers full slate of summer hikes
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Michelle Dondanville
link
6 May 2010NEON gets Final Approval, Awaits Money to Start Construction
AAAS Science
Bonanza Creek Long-Term Ecological Research program, Toolik Field Station
link
5 May 2010Stream water study detects thawing permafrost
AAAS EurekAlert!
Toolik Field Station
link
4 May 2010Expert: Oil spill disaster looming in Gulf region
Shreveport Times (shreveporttimes.com)
David R. Klein
link
4 May 2010Fairbanks scientist is seeing green in the hills
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Eugenie Euskirchen
link
3 May 2010UAF professors to receive Usibelli awards
Fairbanks Daily News Miner
Richard D. Boone
link
3 May 2010Dispersants play rerouting role in Gulf of Mexico oil spill
Los Angeles Times
Lawrence K. Duffy
link
23 Apr 2010Making its predators tremble: Multiple defenses act synergistically in aspen
Physorg.com
Brian Young, Diane Wagner, Pat Doak
link
10 Apr 2010Legislators need to find way to advance UAF science project
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
link
10 Apr 2010Alaska education bond package due today
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
link
9 Apr 2010Alaska Gov. Parnell pushes for life sciences center
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
link
9 Apr 2010First draft of capital spending budget released
Kodiak Daily Mirror
link
8 Apr 2010Senate finance's capital budget is out
Alaska Dispatch
link
6 Apr 2010Grant money allows UAF to establish health research facilities in Fairbanks and Bethel
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Bert Boyer, Brian Barnes, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
6 Apr 2010Grant will expand UAF health research
KTUU.com (Juneau), Associated Press
Bert Boyer, Brian Barnes, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
5 Apr 2010Bethel, Fairbanks to gain new clinical research facilities
UAF online
Bert Boyer, Brian Barnes, Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
5 Apr 2010Dangerous ice the focus of Fairbanks research project
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Knut Kielland
link
5 Apr 2010Dangerous ice the focus of research project
Alaska Science Forum, Geophysical Institute, University of Alaska Fairbanks
Knut Kielland
link
2 Apr 2010New biological sciences building aims to keep UAF at cutting edge
Alaska Journal of Commerce
link
30 Mar 2010Alaskan is a pioneer of contaminant research
Anchorage Daily News
Todd O'Hara
link
23 Mar 2010Former Alaska biologists want state's new wildlife director Rossi ousted
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
David R. Klein
link
22 Mar 2010Biologists seek ouster of new wildlife conservation chief
Anchorage Daily News
David R. Klein
link
18 Mar 2010Pikas love cold
SitNews
Hayley Lanier, Link Olson
link
15 Mar 2010UAF ranked 11th in citations, papers, and citations per paper on climate change
ScienceWatch.com
link
10 Mar 2010Mummy ground squirrel tells of a different Alaska
Capital City Weekly
Benjamin V. Gaglioti
link
9 Feb 2010Melting Arctic could cost $2.4 trillion by 2050
SustainableBusiness.com
Eugenie Euskirchen
link
8 Feb 2010Melting arctic could cost global economy over $2.4tn
businessGreen.com
Eugenie Euskirchen
link
8 Feb 2010Economic impact of Arctic melt could amount to 2.4 trillion dollars by 2050
Thaindian News
Eugenie Euskirchen
link
6 Feb 2010Pew Environment Report Says Melting Arctic Could Cost $2.4 Trillion by 2050
YubaNet.com
Eugenie Euskirchen
link
5 Feb 2010The pricetag for a melting arctic - $2.4 trillion
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
Eugenie Euskirchen
link
5 Feb 2010Warm up, Pay up
DiscoverNews
Eugenie Euskirchen
link
5 Feb 2010Pew Environment Report Says Melting Arctic Could Cost $2.4 Trillion by 2050
CNW Group
Eugenie Euskirchen
link
15 Jan 2010Fairbanks school to study invasive sweet clover
Juneau Empire
Christa Mulder
link
14 Jan 2010UAF to study effect of invasive sweet clover
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Christa Mulder
link
14 Jan 2010UAF to study invasive sweet clover
KTUU.com NBC
Christa Mulder
link
13 Jan 2010UAF Wins Grant to Study Invasive Plants
Alaska Public Radio Network (APRN)
Christa Mulder
link
8 Jan 2010Bitter weather may have wiped out reindeer
SitNews (Sitka, Alaska)
David R. Klein
link
6 Jan 2010Alaska Science Forum: Bulls believe bigger is better
Capital City Weekly (Juneau)
R. Terry Bowyer, Kelley Stewart
link
23 Dec 2009Glacier melt adds ancient edibles to marine buffet
ScienceBlog
Jason Fellman
link
18 Dec 2009Biological antifreeze keeps hearty beetle alives through -75C winters
Kelowna.com
Brian Barnes, Todd Sformo
link
17 Dec 2009Beetle researcher makes chilly finding
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Brian Barnes, Todd Sformo
link
14 Dec 2009Scientists isolate new antifreeze molecule in Alaska beetle
Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News
Brian Barnes, Todd Sformo
link
14 Dec 2009Alaska scientists discover anti-freeze molecule on beetle
FTO (South Africa news blog)
Brian Barnes, Todd Sformo
link
14 Dec 2009Scientists Isolate New Antifreeze Molecule in Alaska Beetle
Science Daily
Brian Barnes, Todd Sformo
link
30 Nov 2009Achievements
Chancellor's Report (Nov09)
Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
23 Nov 2009Non-protein antifreeze helps Arctic beetle chill out
Chemistry World
Brian Barnes, Todd Sformo
link
13 Nov 2009Polar Thaws (story begins at 6:50 timestamp)
BBC World Service - Science in Action
Toolik Field Station
link
12 Nov 2009Forgotten species: Madagascar's water-loving mammal, the aquatic tenrec
Mongabay.com
Link Olson
link
11 Nov 2009Rare Monkey Interbred with Baboons, Study Suggests
Live Science
Link Olson
link
28 Oct 2009Consequences of hunting
Juneau Empire
R. Dale Guthrie
link
19 Oct 2009Arctic C02 sink could become a source
Accuweather.com
David McGuire
link
15 Oct 2009New Study Says Arctic Could Become Emitter of Carbon Dioxide
Alaska News Nightly. Alaska Public Radio Network
David McGuire
link
15 Oct 2009Arctic area, oceans lock up fourth of world's carbon dioxide
Sindh Today
David McGuire
link
15 Oct 2009Study: Arctic might alter Earth's climate
United Press International.com
David McGuire
link
15 Sep 2009UA scientists seek new emphases in Arctic climate change research
innovations report
Syndonia Bret-Harte, David R. Klein, David McGuire
link
15 Sep 2009New emphases in Arctic climate change research
ScientistLive
Syndonia Bret-Harte, David R. Klein, David McGuire
link
11 Sep 2009Dramatic biological responses to global warming in Arctic
ScienceDaily
Syndonia Bret-Harte, David R. Klein, David McGuire
link
11 Sep 2009Study shows climate changes transform Arctic region
The Philadelphia Inquirer
F. Stuart Chapin III, Syndonia Bret-Harte, David R. Klein, David McGuire
link
11 Sep 2009Arctic may be changed forever, study finds
LiveScience
Syndonia Bret-Harte, David R. Klein, David McGuire
link
11 Sep 2009Researchers say Arctic warming has widespread effects on Arctic plants, animals
StarTribune.com (Minneapolis-St.Paul)
Syndonia Bret-Harte, David R. Klein, David McGuire
link
11 Sep 2009Scientists seeks new emphases in Arctic climate
The X-Journals
Syndonia Bret-Harte, David R. Klein, David McGuire
link
11 Sep 2009Scientists seek new emphases in Arctic climate change research
Science Codex
Syndonia Bret-Harte, David R. Klein, David McGuire
link
11 Sep 2009Widespread Arctic wildlife changes seen with global warming
Voice of America
Syndonia Bret-Harte, David R. Klein, David McGuire
link
10 Sep 2009Scientists seek new emphases in Arctic climate change research
e! Science News
Syndonia Bret-Harte, David R. Klein, David McGuire
link
3 Sep 2009Tundra's Burning
Nature
Gaius Shaver, Cody Johnson, Toolik Field Station
link
28 Aug 2009It's mushroom time
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Gary Laursen
link
25 Aug 2009Baby oxen face an energy crisis
BBC Wildlife
Perry Barboza
link
25 Aug 2009Young Arctic muskoxen better at keeping warm than scientists thought
Science Daily
Perry Barboza
link
24 Aug 2009Study: Young Arctic muskoxen better at keeping warm than scientists thought
Chicago Journals
Adam Munn, Perry Barboza
link
24 Aug 2009Study: Young Arctic muskoxen better at keeping warm than scientists thought
AAAS EurekAlert!
Perry Barboza
link
18 Aug 2009Climate irony: Utah ski resort owners plans giant Alaska coal mine
Environmental News Service
Mark Wipfli
link
17 Aug 2009Trouble in the tundra
Chemical & Engineering News
Syndonia Bret-Harte
link
16 Aug 2009A brand new world in the Aleutians
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Derek Sikes
link
8 Aug 2009Researchers to study rebirth of an Alaskan island after volcanic eruption
SitNews
Derek Sikes
link
30 Jul 2009Global warming and the permafrost
The Economist
Toolik Field Station
link
30 Jul 2009Alaska's biggest tundra fire sparks climate warning
NewScientist
Toolik Field Station
link
19 Jul 2009Scientists investigate why Arctic region is warming faster than rest of world
New Jersey Star-Ledger
Syndonia Bret-Harte, Toolik Field Station
link
6 Jul 2009A very arctic science tribute to michael jackson
YouTube
Toolik Field Station
link
3 Jul 2009Of voles, bats, caribou, and the mammal with the big brain
SitNews
link
2 Jul 2009Thawing Permafrost Could Emit Massive Amounts of Greenhouse Gases
Solveclimate.com
Toolik Field Station
link
1 Jul 2009Alaska climate change (start at 18:00 timestamp)
South Dakota Public Radio: Dakota Midday
Toolik Field Station
link
30 Jun 2009Observing the scars of the Arctic thaw
Nature
Toolik Field Station
link
30 Jun 2009Harrington, Flaharty lead way on arduous Granite Tors trail
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Mark Lindberg
link
29 Jun 2009Life is good at Arctic research station
Anchorage Daily News
Ben Abbott, Toolik Field Station
link
26 Jun 2009Retired science educator continues to teach as thespian
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
24 Jun 2009Mammals go under the microscope
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Kris Hundertmark, Link Olson, Hayley Lanier
link
24 Jun 2009Postcards from Toolik
Polar Field Services Newsletter
Toolik Field Station
link
23 Jun 2009University of Alaska gets $17.7 million grant
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
George Happ, Karsten Hueffer
link
17 Jun 2009Alaska researchers contribute to national climate change report
eScienceNews
David McGuire
link
12 Jun 2009University of Alaska Fairbanks chancellor OKs plan to grow trees near ski trail
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Matt Olson
link
10 Jun 2009Mammalogists to convene in Alaska for annual meeting
American Association for the Advancement of Science EurekAlert!
Kris Hundertmark, Link Olson, Hayley Lanier
link
5 Jun 2009Managing the Data Deluge: New TACC data collection system, Corral, enables large-scale preservation and analysis
The University of Texas at Austin
Steffi Ickert-Bond
link
3 Jun 2009UAF chancellor will decide where balsam poplar trees will grow
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Matt Olson
link
3 Jun 200944th North American Moose Conference set June 14-17 at Idaho State University
Idaho State University web site
Kris Hundertmark
link
2 Jun 2009Planning to save a changing world
Harvard University Gazette online
F. Stuart Chapin III
link
30 May 2009UAF plan to plant trees near trails irks Fairbanks skiers
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Matt Olson, Perry Barboza
link
30 May 2009Tree research plan upsets UAF skiers
KTUU.com
Matt Olson
link
30 May 2009Scientist finds fungus gnats survive winter half-frozen
Anchorage Daily News
Todd Sformo
link
30 May 2009Tree research plan upsets UAF skiers
The Bellingham Herald (Washington)
Matt Olson, Perry Barboza
link
5 May 2009Zombies Beware, We've Got Harris!
Zombie Research Society blog
Michael Harris
link
30 Apr 2009Project for healthier Alaska Natives expands
The Tundra Drums
Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
20 Apr 2009White creatures changing with the season
SitNews
David R. Klein
link
8 Apr 2009Top 50 most cited papers published in Landscape Ecology
U.S. Regional Association of the International Association for Landscape Ecology
Falk Huettmann
8 Apr 2009Polar oceans: Meet the scientists
International Polar Year
Falk Huettmann
link
6 Apr 2009Texas Advanced Computing Center introduces new system for data-intensive computing, storage (UA Museum herbarium digitization)
Supercomputingonline.com
Steffi Ickert-Bond
link
6 Apr 2009TACC Introduces New System for Data-Intensive Computing and Storage
The University of Texas at Austin
Steffi Ickert-Bond
link
10 Mar 2009The brief life and times of snowshoe hares
Sit News
Knut Kielland
link
5 Mar 2009Arctic land is greening, says scientist (Skip Walker)
Earth & Sky
Donald Walker
link
12 Feb 2009UAF SIDS research
Newsradio 970 KFBX
Michael Harris
link
12 Feb 2009Bird lecture - Outdoors Calendar
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Susan Sharbaugh
link
11 Feb 2009Birth of evolution
Duluth (Minnesota) News Tribune
Brian Barnes
link
11 Feb 2009Scientists convene in Juneau for conference
Capital City Weekly (Juneau)
F. Stuart Chapin III
link
10 Feb 2009Why don't bears get osteoporosis?
Alaska Report (Ned Rozell - Geophysical Institute UAF)
link
3 Feb 2009Indigenous Teen Resilience To Be Studied By Circumpolar Researchers
Medical News Today (Web)
Center for Alaska Native Health Research
link
2 Feb 2009AGU: Cold outlook
Environmental Research Web
Donald Walker
link
26 Jan 2009University of Alaska scientist works to defeat silent killer of infants
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Michael Harris
link
18 Jan 2009A conversation with interim UAF chancellor Brian Rogers
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Michael Harris
link
2 Jan 2009Statehood changed wildlife management for Alaska
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
David R. Klein
link
23 Dec 2008Arctic Greening Linked to Retreating Sea Ice
Flash Science
Donald Walker
link
22 Dec 2008Arctic Greening Linked to Retreating Sea Ice
Science Daily
Donald Walker, Martha Raynolds
link
19 Dec 2008How cold is cold to a musk ox? Find out at LARS open house
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
link
17 Dec 2008Smeltende Arktis (Melting Arctic)
Cappelen Damm AS (publisher)
David R. Klein
link
17 Dec 2008Biocomplexity of Arctic Tundra Ecosystems
American Geophysical Union special collections in AGU journals
Donald Walker, Martha Raynolds
link
16 Dec 2008UAF researchers to present at AGU press briefing
insciences organization (Web)
Donald Walker
link
11 Dec 2008Don't Forget the Giants
Alaska Report
link
11 Dec 2008UVM scientist to lead $5.5 million study on Arctic meltdowm
The University of Vermont (Web site)
Toolik Field Station
link
11 Dec 2008Part-time passion for animals brings long-term honor
The Tundra Drums (Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta)
Kevin Winker
link
3 Dec 2008Fahrenheit Be Darned
Alaska magazine
Edward Debevec
23 Nov 2008Alaska museum programs teaching students to track wild animals
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Falk Huettmann
link
19 Nov 2008Bears vs. trash cans: The arms race continues
Juneau Empire
Brian Barnes
link
3 Nov 2008Who you callin' birdbrain
Arkansas Democrat Gazette
Stacia Backensto
link
1 Nov 2008Smarter in Alaska (Natural Alaska)
Alaska Magazine
Susan Sharbaugh, Todd Brinkman, Kris Hundertmark
link
1 Nov 2008University of Alaska budget tops $849 million
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
link
29 Oct 2008Alaska researchers, policymakers seek cooperation on climate issues
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
F. Stuart Chapin III, Kris Hundertmark
link
24 Oct 2008Islands: No Guarantee of Safe Haven
Bird Conservation Fall 2008 (magazine)
Christa Mulder
link
23 Oct 2008Arctic Soil Samples Reveal Climate Change Clues
The Tundra Drums
Donald Walker
link
30 Sep 2008LARS opens barn doors
Aurora Magazine - UAF
link
21 Sep 2008Fairbanks outdoorsman shares his bear safety expertise
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
link
21 Sep 2008Alaska fare from a northern science conference
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
R. Dale Guthrie
link
20 Sep 2008Aas, Brosius win 46th annual Equinox Marathon
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Mark Lindberg
link
19 Sep 2008Moose hunts fairly stable, study finds
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Jennifer Schmidt, Erich H. Follmann
link
15 Sep 2008Dermot Cole column
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Gary Kofinas
link
13 Sep 2008In a warmer world, Alaskan villages melt away
National Journal
F. Stuart Chapin III
link
11 Sep 2008Old-Growth Forests Help Combat Climate Change Mature forests in colder climes may continue to store more carbon than they emit, helping stave off global warming
Scientific American
Eugenie Euskirchen
link
10 Sep 2008Biologist: Tundra change is 'alarming'
Official Wire
Toolik Field Station
link
7 Sep 2008Palin unlikely to push evolution issue The vice presidential nominee faces scrutiny over issues like evolution.
York Daily Record (New York)
Matt Olson
link
7 Sep 2008Fairbanks remembers Les Viereck
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Leslie A. Viereck
link
6 Sep 2008Viereck’s impressive legacy includes landmark 1954 Denali expedition
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Leslie A. Viereck
link
2 Sep 2008Beyond carbon: Scientists worry about nitrogen's effects
International Herald Tribune. The global edition of The New York Times
Toolik Field Station
link
1 Sep 2008Beyond carbon: Scientists worry about nitrogen's effects
The New York Times
Toolik Field Station
link
1 Sep 2008Food prices in Alaska could outpace national increase
Anchorage Daily News
Bret Luick
link
1 Sep 2008The fabulous frogsicle - Natural Alaska
Alaska Magazine
Brian Barnes
link
1 Sep 2008Digging the Arctic
Nature Geoscience (Vol 1. Sept 2009)
Donald Walker
link
31 Aug 2008Should birds stay or should they go?
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Susan Sharbaugh
link
29 Aug 2008Alaska braces for higher food costs
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Bret Luick
link
26 Aug 2008Friend or Foe? Crows Never Forget a Face, It Seems
New York Times
Stacia Backensto
link
25 Aug 2008Friend or foe, crows never forget a face: Scientist finds birds can recognize individuals, helping to identify threats
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
Stacia Backensto
link
24 Aug 2008Polar research stations: What Canada now has in the Arctic
Edmonton Journal
Toolik Field Station
link
23 Aug 2008Stroke and SIDS in Alaska topics of neuroscience conference
Science Centric
Kelly Drew, Michael Harris, Barbara Taylor, Andrea Corcoran, Cord Brundage
link
23 Aug 2008Scientists at Arctic research station take pulse of the warming Earth
Santa Barbara News-Press
Toolik Field Station
link
20 Aug 2008Neuroscience conference: Strokes and AIDS in Alaska
Medical, Health News and Articles
Kelly Drew, Michael Harris, Barbara Taylor, Cord Brundage, Andrea Corcoran
link
19 Aug 2008Stroke and SIDS in Alaska topics of neuroscience conference
Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News
Kelly Drew, Michael Harris, Barbara Taylor, Cord Brundage, Andrea Corcoran
19 Aug 2008Stroke and SIDS in Alaska topics of neuroscience conference
Bio-Medicine
Kelly Drew, Michael Harris, Barbara Taylor, Cord Brundage, Andrea Corcoran
link
17 Aug 2008UAF student monitors health of local waterways
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
La Ona DeWilde
link
10 Aug 2008Scientists dig into Alaska tundra's effect on warming In Alaska, they seek bushes, fish and answers
Anchorage Daily News
Toolik Field Station
link
10 Aug 2008At Toolik Field, researchers see thaw's influence EFFECT: A change of only a few degrees can kill fish in streams.
Anchorage Daily News
Toolik Field Station
link
10 Aug 2008Biologist: Tundra change is 'alarming'
United Press International
Toolik Field Station
link
5 Aug 2008Sleeping beauties
Audubon Magazine
link
29 Jul 2008Alaska forests hit with more wildfires, infestations as climate changes
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
F. Stuart Chapin III
link
27 Jul 2008Scientists at Arctic research station take pulse of the warming Earth
STLToday.com
Toolik Field Station
link
27 Jul 2008Researchers investigate tundra's steady awakening
Kansas City Star
Toolik Field Station
link
18 Jul 2008Scientists at Arctic research station take pulse of the warming Earth
Sacramento Bee
Toolik Field Station
link
16 Jul 2008Arctic lakes show warming
The News & Observer (North Carolina)
Toolik Field Station
link
13 Jul 2008Scientists look at possible link between diabetes, latitude
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Abel Bult-Ito
link
1 Jul 2008IPY: Collaborative Research on Carbon, Water, and Energy Balance of the Arctic Landscape at Flagship Observatories and in a PanArctic Network
ARCUS: PolarTrec
Syndonia Bret-Harte
link
1 Jun 2008A guide to Alaskan black spruce wetland bryophytes
Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory
Gary Laursen
link
1 Jun 2008Wetland indicator bryophytes of Interior and South Central Alaska
Cold Regions Research & Engineering Laboratory
Gary Laursen
1 Jun 2008Beneath my feet: Alaska's miniature forests
Alaska Park Science
Gary Laursen
link
19 May 2008SEEDS Spring Field Trip to Bonanza Creek LTER
Ecological Society of America Web site
F. Stuart Chapin III
link
7 May 2008Arctic ice melt could see rise of "Grolar bear"
Economic Times (India)
George Divoky
link
22 Apr 2008Polar experts point to omnious signs
NEWSOK.com
George Divoky
link
21 Apr 2008Global warming hot topic at Polar Palooza
Daily Utah Chronicle
George Divoky
link
20 Apr 2008University of Alaska Museum of the North's mammal collection is still growing
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Link Olson
link
18 Apr 2008Ethnobotany studies to blossom at Nunivak
The Tundra Drums
Steffi Ickert-Bond
link
16 Apr 2008Texas A&M professor tracks climate change
Corpus Christi KRISTV.com
Toolik Field Station
link
12 Apr 2008Local Girl Scouts explore different careers in science
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
IAB Research Greenhouse
link
21 Mar 2008Forest fire inspires quirky marriage of science, art
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Mary Beth Leigh, F. Stuart Chapin III, Roger Ruess, Teresa Hollingsworth
link
5 Mar 2008The mystery of mammoth tusks with iron fillings
Far North Science
R. Dale Guthrie
link
1 Mar 2008Of oystercatchers and kayakers: Measuring the impact of humans in Kenai Fjords National Park
Living Bird: Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology
Julie Morse
link
28 Feb 2008Soil Scientist Experiences Arctic Circle, Potential Effects of Climate Change
AgNews: Texas A&M AgriLife
Toolik Field Station
link
24 Feb 2008The common raven is no bird brain
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Stacia Backensto
link
24 Feb 2008Warm weather tempts Interior butterfly
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Kenelm Philip
link
19 Feb 2008Caribou And Northern Indigenous People: Seeking Sustainability In A World Of Instability
Science Daily
Gary Kofinas
link
1 Feb 2008Alaska marmots trump reality TV
The Arctic Sounder
Aren Gunderson
link
7 Jan 2008Climate change and the biosphere
The Scientist.com
F. Stuart Chapin III
link
12 Aug 2007Large Animal Research Station - visit
Weavecast Blog
link
1 Aug 2006Legumes of Wallace Desert Gardens
Aridus (Bulletin of The Desert Legume Program of The Boyce Thompson Southwestern Arboretum and The University of Arizona)
Steffi Ickert-Bond
link
27 Sep 2004Alaska scientists find Arctic tundra yields surprising carbon loss
Innovations Report
Syndonia Bret-Harte
link
10 Sep 2004Baked Alaska
Salon.com
Syndonia Bret-Harte
link
21 Apr 2004Chapin named to the National Academy of Sciences
UAF News Room
F. Stuart Chapin III
link

 

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