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Fungus Man and the start of it all; Ned Rozell. #2082; 9/20/11
Flowing tongues of rock, ice and dirt; Ned Rozell. #2081; 9/14/11
Recovery after world's largest tundra fire raises questions; Ned Rozell. #2080; 9/5/11
Lone wolf goes the distance; Ned Rozell. #2079; 8/31/11
The experiment that never ends; Ned Rozell. #2078; 8/23/11
Information from space, via Alaska, for 20 years; Ned Rozell. #2077; 8/17/11
A high-country Eden for sockeye salmon; Ned Rozell. #2076; 8/12/11
Study of a dying glacier; Ned Rozell. #2075; 8/3/11
Sea ice study goes beyond the numbers; Ned Rozell. #2074; 7/28/11
Chaos behind the wall socket: Ned Rozell. #2073; 7/21/11
Buzzed by the same bird?; Ned Rozell. #2072; 7/14/11
Journey into the Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes; Ned Rozell. #2071; 7/1/11
Alaska summer is short for the alder flycatcher; Ned Rozell. #2070; 6/28/11
Climate change and the people of the Mesa; Ned Rozell. #2069; 6/20/11
Rogure glacier again getting people's attention;Ned Rozell. #2068; 6/15/11
How many Alaska glaciers? There's no easy answer; Ned Rozell. #2067; 6/9/11
Fire is a natural part of the boreal forest ecosystem; Ned Rozell. #2066; 6/2/11
Far-north permafrost cliff is one of a kind; Ned Rozell. #2065; 5/26/11
Greenup hits, so does pollen; Ned Rozell. #2064; 5/18/11
A new era of rocket recovery in the far north; Ned Rozell. #2063; 5/12/11