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Paper looks at a future without carnivores

Carnivores play an important role in our worldwide ecosystems and, according to a paper released today from a team of scientists, a world without these species is scarier than a world with them.
Bob Swenson appointed DNR Deputy Commissioner

...of experience in natural resource assessment and management in Alaska. He received degrees in geology from the University of Montana and the University of Wyoming before beginning his geologic pursuits in Alaska in 1991.Swenson moved to the public...
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Christopher Orman joins CBJ's law department and been able to handle the stress had I not been a chef."It was during his time at law school at the University of Montana when he began applying for clerkships. His friend suggested Alaska, where he'd soon clerk for Judge William...
My Turn: Impact, science of mining near Bristol Bay are clear

...Nunamta Aulukestai (Caretakers of Our Land), an association of village corporations and tribes in the Bristol Bay region. Jack A. Stanford is a professor of ecology at the Flathead Lake Biological Station of the University of Montana..
Semour Leibowitz

...want to go back to New York City. He used the GI Bill to attend the first western college that accepted him, the University of Montana in Missoula. There, he met Margaret Schessler, another student, and they were married in December 1948, between...
Students discuss higher ed. options at college fair

...said. "My goal is to get at least 10 people that are interested. And mostly we're looking for juniors."The University of Montana's admissions counselor, Curran Johnson, said he is on a tour through Alaskan high schools that started in Ketchikan...
Myrton Charney

...Missoula, Montana where he was elected to serve on the city council for a number of years. He was an avid fan of the University of Montana Lady Griz and the Missoula Osprey baseball organization.Predeceased by his two wives, Doris in 1981 and Jean...
Thomas Laurent

...years in the early 1960's, when Tom went back to school to earn his master's degree in Forest Pathology at the University of Montana, their home was always in Douglas. Tom was a great service to the communities of Douglas and Juneau as well as...
My turn: Students should consider all funding options, including loans, for college

...information and articles about alternative options for families who need financial assistance with their higher education? O'Sullivan Hines is a photographer in Juneau. She received a bachelor's degree in journalism from the University of Montana
My Turn: Mines need to pay their fair share

...Research shows that mining companies are getting away red-handed. Dr. Thomas Power, an economist at the University of Montana, reported last year that about half of Alaska's mining-related income leaves the state while taxes and royalties...


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