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Passport to STEM success's effort to expand science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education.With the Dragon Fly Guy John Hudson, students pored over shallow water dishes full of organic matter and minute insect larvae.While picking out one such...
Ancient carbon found in glacial ecosystems

...them for black carbon (soot). They'll also continue their research this summer.Peter Raymond, Maura Bozeman, John Hudson, Mayumi Arimitsu, the University of Alaska Southeast, Yale University, Aquatics Alaska and the United States Geological...
Outside in 2013 is bustling both in the winter and in the days of summer.In July, a team of SAGA volunteers, headed up by John Hudson with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, revamped and revegetated a bend on the Mendenhall River to help enhance...
Auke Lake: home to Southeast standbys, uncommon species

...freshwater mussels."There are not many freshwater mussels in Southeast Alaska," said Fish and Wildlife Service biologist John Hudson. "It's really neat to see ... They're usually lying down in the rocks and on the bottom and filtering away...
Hudson to speak at garden club event

The public is invited to hear John Hudson speak about using native plants to restore fish and wildlife habitat at the next Juneau Garden Club meeting happening from 2-3...
Revamping the rip rap

"We're wrapping up some rip rap with a little reveg' on the revetment," John Hudson said smiling. It may sound like a mouthful, but actually it's quite simple. One bend on the Mendenhall River, fortified by...
Alaska's insect inhabitants

...roughly the size of an average-size adult thumb. It could be the largest aquatic insect in the state, according to John Hudson, an entomologist with the Alaska Fish and Wildlife Service. He said they seize prey with "raptorial" hook-tipped...
Love is in the air and walk about. It doesn't like to fly much."They are not strong flyers," life-long amateur entomologist John Hudson said. "They are kind of haphazardly crashing into stuff."And they don't bite.Your prized rose bushes? Safe...
Book signing event to be held with Bob Armstrong

...beavers that reside in the Dredge Lakes area. His latest book, "Aquatic Insects of Alaska," which was written with John Hudson and Kathy Hocker, outlines the most common aquatic insects that live in our northern regions and why they are important...
Notes from the field: Our connection to aquatic insects us learn more about our aquatic insect discoveries? In a recently released book "Aquatic Insects in Alaska" by John Hudson, Kathy Hocker and Bob Armstrong, it states that "swimming mayflies move their bodies up and down, whereas stoneflies...


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