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My Turn: New CO2 rule should be applied to oil, gas industries

...the necessary leadership on this grave threat to the future of Alaska.? Rick Steiner was a marine conservation professor with the University of Alaska, and today is a conservation biologist with Oasis Earth, based in Anchorage.

http://juneauempire.com/opinion/2014-06-06/my-turn-new-co2-rule-should-be-applie
Opinion
Arctic animals doing better, but not close to pole

...international Circumpolar Biodiversity Monitoring Program, which organized the study. Study author Louise McRae, a conservation biologist at the Zoological Society of London, said the drop in the High Arctic was most worrisome. That's because...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/031910/sta_592882443.shtml
News
Oregon conference discusses protecting wild salmon

...healthy wild runs - the Gulf of Alaska and Russia's Sea of Okhotsk - are being overfished, said Peter Rand, a conservation biologist with State of the Salmon. "Salmon are going to need every chance they can get to make it in these environments...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/050610/sta_634760209.shtml
News
Board takes up Denali wolves buffer zone

...Stampede Road Trail near Healy, does not cover the entire ranges of the two wolf packs, said Paul Joslin, conservation biologist for the wildlife alliance. "This is a viewable wildlife issue," Joslin said. "The difference between the...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/100902/sta_wolves.shtml
News
AK nixes endangered label for goshawk

...of old growth forest is considered the main threat to the Queen Charlotte goshawks, said Noah Greenwald, a conservation biologist for the Center for Biological Diversity in Portland, Ore. "This is a species that hunts under the forest canopy...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/110907/sta_20071109017.shtml
News
Critters moving away from global warming faster, study shows

...That makes sense because in general northern regions are warming more than those closer to the equator.. Conservation biologist Mike Dombeck, a former U.S. Forest Service chief, said changes in where species live - especially movements...

http://juneauempire.com/seth-borenstein/2011-08-18/critters-moving-away-global-w
State and local briefly

...got food from a chest and scattered the stove of two Canadian campers. They were fined $50. Area wildlife conservation biologist Neil Barten said the cub's survival is probably a long-shot. Barten said the cub will need negative reinforcement...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/062700/Loc_briefs.html
Local
Juneau Empire Online Archive Frontiers News: Colorful butterfly dying out ; no one sure why 5/17/98

...County, hotbeds of the construction industry. ``I do not believe we're going to save this butterfly,'' conservation biologist Dennis Murphy said. ``Four engines out and about 10 seconds to impact,'' federal entomologist Chris...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/051798/butterflies.html
The delicate dance of 2 species, and climate change

...Isle Royale across a rare ice bridge. The two species formed a bond of interdependence that Purdue University conservation biologist Durwood Allen began studying in 1958. Ecologist Rolf Peterson arrived as a grad student a dozen years later...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/042008/out_270391916.shtml
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