Dr. George Yost Harry Jr.

...Leiper (9/11/22 6/21/01). After the war, George began his career in Astoria, Oregon, in 1947 as a fisheries scientist instrumental in developing the pink shrimp fishery on the west coast. After a position in Portland Oregon as a research biologist...
Martha Lee Preecs Sandlin

...Theatre, Spokane Mountaineers, Friends of the Library, and above all, a dedicated member of the Second Church of Christ Scientist. She had a long and proud career with the State of Washington, retiring in 1981. Thereafter, she and Bert travelled extensively...
Q&A with Bill Bennett

...and complex issue for BC, because the scientists on both sides of the border say there...going to spend your money somewhere scientists are saying there's no environmental...are you going to spend it somewhere scientists are saying 'Actually, what's happening...
Alaska Science Forum: Spillways of an ancient Alaska lake

...water body twice the size of Great Salt Lake.When glacial ice receded, Lake Atna drained in pulses, some of them immense. Scientists have found six-foot boulders and other evidence of the lake bursting northeast through Mentasta Pass and into the Tok and...
Scientists find evidence of prehistoric massacre in Europe

BERLIN - Scientists say they have found rare evidence of a prehistoric massacre in Europe after discovering a 7,000-year-old mass grave with...
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My Turn: A case for Climate Change investment

...warming planet, Alaskans have a unique opportunity to suggest solutions. Many of us have already begun by realizing:? Scientists conclude that climate change is real, it is man-made and it threatens our prolific oceans, our thriving fisheries, our...
Lobsters shifting north; ocean warming blamed

...while climbing to heights never before seen in the cold waters off Maine and other northern reaches - a geographic shift that scientists attribute in large part to the warming of the ocean.The trend is driving lobstermen in Connecticut and Rhode Island out...
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Scientist: Whale deaths off Alaska island remains mystery

...floating near Alaska's Kodiak Island, a scientist working on the case said Monday.Samples...of whales feed close together, and scientists speculate the animals might have eaten...the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster. Scientists also have looked at other possibilities...
An ocean of change: Warm gulf leads to unusual happenings, worried scientists

...Atmospheric Administration scientists have caught a tropically-inclined...environment, and while many scientists are reluctant to point to...It's frustrating. As a scientist, you want to make a definitive...appears to have changed, scientists say. It appears to have shifted...
Scientists worry about arms race in artificial intelligence

LONDON - Scientists and tech experts - including professor...weapons are still years away.But the scientists warned that, unlike nuclear weapons...imperative to hear the voices of the scientists," he said of the many who have devoted...
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