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Exploring history

...historical evidence that indicates La Perouse was the first European the Tlingits had seen. Though both Vitus Bering and James Cook had landed in Alaska by the time La Perouse got here in 1786, neither made recorded contact, according to multiple...

http://juneauempire.com/art/2014-07-10/exploring-history
Art
Paper looks at a future without carnivores

...University; Douglas W. Smith of the Yellowstone Center for Resources, Yellowstone National Park; Arian D. Wallach of James Cook University (Queensland, Australia); and Aaron J. Wirsing of the University of Washington, Seattle.For more on...

http://juneauempire.com/outdoors/2014-01-10/paper-looks-future-without-carnivore
Outdoors
Ocean acidification threatens marine life

...Danielle Dixson, then a graduate student at Australia's James Cook University, was studying the important ways clownfish...their noses to navigate the ocean. Then she bumped into James Cook professor Philip Munday.Munday had been trying to see...

http://juneauempire.com/state/2013-09-15/ocean-acidification-threatens-marine-li
State
Beasts with a toxic nature

...the snake may be immobilized for hours after swallowing a newt, it recovers.In an odd Alaska connection, Captain James Cook documented the first case of tetrodotoxin poisoning. His sailors ate a local tropical fish and fed the scraps to the...

http://juneauempire.com/outdoors/2012-11-02/beasts-toxic-nature
Outdoors
University team puts twist on 1769 Venus transit

...Tuesday's transit from Homer, south of Anchorage.It's a modern-day twist on a 1769 expedition by British Capt. James Cook and others in three different locations who set out to document the transit and try to calculate the earth's distance...

http://juneauempire.com/state/2012-06-06/university-team-puts-twist-1769-venus-t
State
Mountain goats: Relying on agility, suction-cup hooves

When British explorer Capt. James Cook first visited Southeast in 1778, Tlingit traders gave him animal hides that had never been seen by Europeans. He thought they...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/051103/out_mtgoats.shtml
Outdoors
This Day in History

In Alaska Sound off on the important issues at In 1778, Capt. James Cook named Cape Elizabeth at the entrance to Cook Inlet. In 1913, John F.A. Strong took office in Juneau as the second governor...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/052106/sta_20060521006.shtml
News
Books on pirates, prison, and surviving extreme injury hit library's shelves

...inspiration for Jonathan Swift and Daniel Defoe, and whose scientific observations were fuel for Charles Darwin and Captain James Cook. Unlike others of his time, Dampier was a pirate to finance his quest for more knowledge, not to become rich. (He...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/081504/boo_inthestacks.shtml
Books
FYI

...pounds, 5 ounces, to Blue Harvest Riley and Colby Springer Shibler of Juneau. On Sept. 7, 2003, a son, Mathias James Cook Wiederspohn, weighing 10 pounds 6 ounces, to Pamela Eileen Wiederspohn and Jeffrey Allan Wiederspohn of Juneau. On...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/091203/loc_fyi.shtml
News
Journal exhibit to offer glimpse of Capt. Cook

KENAI - Just how Capt. James Cook could ever have imagined Cook Inlet to be a river is beyond a little puzzling, but a close read of his travel journals does offer...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/091506/sta_20060915035.shtml
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