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Four years and counting

...could be reviewed. The city had an interest in knowing whether these things were complete," said assistant area habitat biologist Catherine Pohl. Some citizens say the drawn-out process has helped bring out important environmental issues...

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...quorum. "One concern is they're going quite a bit beyond that in removing all the vegetation," said Juneau area habitat biologist Ben Kirkpatrick. The line-of-sight issue could be solved by topping a number of trees, he said. Trimming...

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Juneau Empire Story Archive

...airport workers see where birds are on the ground and try to scare them away, they said. But Ben Kirkpatrick, area habitat biologist for the state Department of Fish and Game, said great blue herons and eagles will continue to use the stream...

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...the impact of a crude oil spill, as with the Exxon Valdez, and the impact of a diesel spill, said assistant area habitat biologist Catherine Pohl of the state Department of Fish and Game. "Diesel oil toxicity is very severe at first because...

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Commission OKs tree cutting near airport to enhance safety

...of all the trees," said Ralph Sanford, who manages wildlife control at the airport. But Ben Kirkpatrick, area habitat biologist for the state Department of Fish and Game, said great blue herons and eagles will continue to use the stream...

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Crews mop up Tee Harbor spill

...the impact of a crude oil spill, as with the Exxon Valdez, and the impact of a diesel spill, said assistant area habitat biologist Catherine Pohl of the state Department of Fish and Game. Crude oil lingers on and under rocks for years, leaching...

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Trees may be removed to improve air controllers' view

...concern. "One concern is they're going quite a bit beyond that in removing all the vegetation," said Juneau area habitat biologist Ben Kirkpatrick. The line-of-sight issue could be solved by topping a number of trees, he said. Trimming...

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Mobile park cited for stream damage

...driven through a fish stream. Fish and Game staff went out with a state Fish and Wildlife Protection trooper. Area habitat biologist Ben Kirkpatrick said they photographed tire tracks and disturbed stream banks and told Walker to stop the work...

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Fishing park plan scaled back

...environmental objections in the state review. ``We'll be raising similar concerns,'' said Ben Kirkpatrick, area habitat biologist for the state Department of Fish and Game. ``I think that the National Marine Fisheries Service and the Fish...

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Group aims to reduce hunter-homeowner conflicts

...consider it to be an attractive nuisance because it's relatively close to the residences," said Carl Schrader, area habitat biologist with the state Department of Fish and Game, as he helped scatter pieces of the old tree. "It's facing outward...

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