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My Turn: Juneau needs higher housing densities

...increase lot density, for one of my clients, which is how I began researching this problem. Chuck Ramage was the principal author of both the first State Plan for Emergency Medical Services and the first State Plan for the Office of Alcoholism...
Industries bump up greenhouse gas emissions rates

...companies are emitting the highest levels of the planet-warming gas, according to Steve Roe, one of the study's principal authors "That's likely to involve some follow-up work," he said. State officials said they are interested in getting...
Ranger reflects on care for wilderness

...points to mark their rapid retreat. While the duties are broad, education is often the priority. Howard Zahniser, principal author of the 1964 Wilderness Act, wrote that education is the most profound benefit of wilderness. He believed America's...
Cannibalism among stressed polar bears?

...The most common might be the killing of cubs by a male polar bear to interrupt a female's lactation cycle, said principal author Steven Amstrup of the U.S. Geological Survey Alaska Science Center. Killing for food seems to be less common...
Northwest Digest

...harness wave energy, according to Roger Bedard, of the Electric Power Research Institute in Palo Alto, Calif., principal author of a comprehensive study of topic. Group considers food drops to help bears TRUCKEE, Calif. - A sharp increase...
Robert D. 'Bob' Arnold

...died Jan. 11, 2004, at his home in Olympia, Wash. He was born June 11, 1932, in Guthrie, Okla. He was the principal author of the 1974 book, "Alaska Native Land Claims," but his writings and activities related to Native issues reach...
Feds seek more time for decision on listing polar bears

...requirements of the Endangered Species Act. "These are not questions for attorneys," said Kassie Siegel, the principal author on the petition seeking protections for polar bears. "They're questions for scientists." The petition seeks...


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