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Rain curses, graces Alaska landscape;Ned Rozell. #2022; 7/28/10

"Cold" sweeps the nation; Ned Rozell. #1975; 9/2/09

Lower 48's development footprint larger than Southeast; Ned Rozell. #1953; 4/1/09

Gore urges scientists to speak out now; Ned Rozell. #1835; 12/27/06

Peak oil pundit visits Alaska ; Ned Rozell. #1796; 03/29/06

2005 fire season again oddly large: Ned Rozell. #1784; 01/05/06

Even more Alaska news from San Francisco: Ned Rozell. #1782; 12/21/05

More Alaska news from San Francisco: Ned Rozell. #1781; 12/14/05

Alaska a hot topic in San Francisco: Ned Rozell. #1780; 12/08/05

Alaska's Deep Impact on the North Slope: Ned Rozell. #1771; 10/06/05

Contemplating a warmer Arctic: Ned Rozell. #1766; 09/01/05

Taking a walk through time: Ned Rozell. #1765; 08/25/05

A New Idea About Orderly Arctic Lakes: Ned Rozell. #1760; 07/21/05.

Oil spill persists for nearly 30 years: Ned Rozell. #1756; 06/23/05.

The questionable future of oil: Ned Rozell. #1733; 01/13/05.

The message within the moss: Ned Rozell. #1732; 01/06/05.

Lower 48 footprint larger than Southeast: Ned Rozell. #1709; 07/29/04.

Alan Alda and the Alaska Messengers: Ned Rozell. #1662; 09/04/03.

Magnetic North Pole Remains Elusive: Ned Rozell. #1632; 02/06/03.

The Wanderings of the Magnetic North Pole: Ned Rozell. #1614; 10/02/02.

Sampling the air from Alaska to Arizona: Ned Rozell. #1567; 11/08/01.

Mysterious Kingdom Covers Alaska from Tundra to Toe: Ned Rozell. #1562; 10/04/01.

Supply of Oil Greatly Affected by Demand: Ned Rozell. #1546; 06/14/01.

When the Gobi Desert Visited Alaska: Ned Rozell. #1540; 05/03/01.

2000 Divided by 400 Equals Leap Year: Ned Rozell. #1478; 02/16/00.

Listening to the Heartbeat of the World: Ned Rozell. #1454; 08/25/99.

The Hazy Days of Alaska's Summer: Ned Rozell. #1452a; 08/04/99.

Ten-year Legacy of the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill: Ned Rozell. #1433; 03/24/99.

Reports of Oil's Death Greatly Exaggerated: Ned Rozell. #1424; #1490; 01/21/99.

Fighting Fire with Fire: Ned Rozell. #1394; 06/24/98.

Spawning Salmon Carry Unwanted Guests to Alaska: Ned Rozell. #1391; 06/03/98.

Pondering the Process of Oil Formation: Ned Rozell. #1335; 05/01/97.

Shedding Light on the Ocean Floor: Ned Rozell. #1326; 02/27/97.

Soil Bacteria Boggle Spilled Diesel Fuel: Ned Rozell. #1276; 03/14/96.

Unwanted Traveler Settles in Alaska Trees: Ned Rozell. #1259; 11/02/95.

Sea Ice Reduction My Be Another Climate Change Clue: Ned Rozell. #1255; 10/05/95.

A Hole in Rush's Argument: Ned Rozell. #1251; 09/07/95.

Planet Ocean-Cloud or Daisy World?: Ned Rozell. #1220; 02/02/95.

Sludge and Gold Tailings: Reconciling a Waster Relationship: Ned Rozell. #1216; 01/05/95.

Why the Rust Swam Away: Carla Helfferich. #1206; 10/20/94.

Look Before you Leak: Carla Helfferich. #1198; 08/24/94.

Spewing into the Stratosphere: Carla Helfferich. #1186; 06/02/94

Doing Good While Doing Well: Carla Helfferich. #1185; 05/26/94.

Cashing in on Conservation: Carla Helfferich. #1182; 05/05/94.

A Draft in the Greenhouse: Carla Helfferich. #1176; 03/24/94.

Cleaning with Bacteria: Masami Fujiwara. #1173; 03/03/94.

The Cold Carbon Checkbook: Carla Helfferich. #1169; 02/03/94.

Growing Plastic: Nancy Greiner Klemm. #1168; 01/27/94.

Siberia, Green and Black: Carla Helfferich. #1165; 12/05/94.

Fewer Fungus Among Us?: Carla Helfferich. #1161; 11/24/93.

The Games of Evolutionary Economics: Carla Helfferich. #1149; 09/01/93.

The Alaskafication of America: Carla Helfferich. #1142; 07/14/93.

The Bogs Are Breathing Out: Carla Helfferich. #1136; 06/03/93.

Little Things Mean a Lot: Larry Gedney. #1111; 11/25/92.

Budgeting Carbon Dioxide: Carla Helfferich. #1108; 11/04/92.

The Cold War's Leftover Frosts: Carla Helfferich. #1104; 10/07/92.

The Hundred-Century Challenge: Carla Helfferich. #1098; 08/26/92.

Ashes to Ashes, Dust to Building Material: Carla Helfferich. #1090; 07/01/92

A Pharmacy in the Forest: Carla Helfferich. #1074; 3/18/92.

Ecology and Economy in Accord---More or Less: Carla Helfferich. #1073; 3/11/92.

Consequences of Kuwait's Fires: Carla Helfferich. #1051; 10/10/91.

Taming a Little Rotter: Carla Helfferich. #1043; 08/15/91.

Time Out of Mind: Carla Helfferich. #1041; 07/31/91.

The Hot Breath of Old Earth: Carla Helfferich. #1023; 3/27/91.

Those Dirty Diapers: Carla Helfferich. #1012; 01/09/91.

The Turkey and the Tambalacoque Tree: Carla Helfferich. #1004; 11/14/90.

Ozone Holes and Good Intentions: Carla Helfferich. #996; 09/19/90.

Cloudy Picture of a Changing Globe: Carla Helfferich. #981; 06/06/90.

One Mississippi, Two Mississippi: Carla Helfferich. #974; 04/18/90.

Bad Air Behind the Curtain: Carla Helfferich. #973; 04/11/90.

A Threat to Thatch: Carla Helfferich. #965; 02/14/90.

Trash Triumphant: Carla Helfferich. #964; 02/07/90.

Good News and Bad News about Methanol: Carla Helfferich. #962; 01/23/90.

Arctic Haze Comes of Age: Carla Helfferich. #948; 10/18/89.

Progress in Making Paper: Carla Helfferich. #927; 05/25/89.

Old Trees, New Problems: Carla Helfferich. #924; 05/03/89.

In Pursuit of Disaster: Carla Helfferich. #917; 03/15/89.

Nuclear Energy and the First Law: Sue Ann Bowling. #884; 08/01/88.

Ozone: Too Much Down Here, Not Enough Up There!: Dan Jaffe and John Herring. #883; 07/25/88.

Is Air Pollution a Threat to Alaskan Conifers?: Don Button and Fritz Juttner. #851; 12/14/87.

Doubling Trouble: Sue Ann Bowling. #838; 09/14/87.

When the Poles Flip: Larry Gedney. #759; 03/10/86.

High Noon is at Twelve O'clock on only Four Days of the Year: Larry Gedney. #755; 02/10/86.

The Elements of Fire and Water: Larry Gedney. #754; 02/03/86.

Nuclear Test Detection: Larry Gedney. #732; 09/02/85.

Why Compasses Don't Point North: Larry Gedney. #724; 07/08/85.

Little Things Mean A Lot: Larry Gedney. #719; 06/10/85.

Alaska: Seismic Signal Crossroads of Underground Nuclear Tests: Larry Gedney. #692; 12/03/84.

Drilling Mud Poses Little Environmental Hazard: Larry Gedney. #664; 05/07/84.

The Jet Stream: Larry Gedney. #640; 12/19/83.

Perspective on Pollution: Tom Gosink. #616; 07/13/83.

Forest Fires: T. Neil Davis. #610; 06/10/83.

From Russia with Love: Air Pollution: Larry Gedney and Glenn Shaw. #562; 09/06/82.

The Arctic and the Carbon Dioxide Greenhouse Question: Tom Gosink. #549; 07/02/82.

One-Forty-One or Fight?: Larry Gedney. #539; 04/21/82.

The Jupiter Effect: Larry Gedney. #526; 02/08/82.

Mining of Soil: T. Neil Davis. #520; 01/28/82.

Is the World Warming Up?: T. Neil Davis. #504; 09/18/81.

Arctic Haze Confirmed: T. Neil Davis. #490; 06/16/81.

Let Them Burn Peat: T. Neil Davis. #444;12/01/80.

Acid Rain: T. Neil Davis. #408; 06/30/80.

Warmer Years Ahead?: T. Neil Davis. #404; 06/13/80.

Natural Energy Sources: T. Neil Davis. #389; 04/10/80.

Northern Self-sufficiency: T. Neil Davis. #381; 03/06/80.

Gasohol: T. Neil Davis. #373; 02/12/80.

Arctic Haze: T. Neil Davis. #363; 12/17/79.

Solid Waste Disposal: T. Neil Davis. #354; 11/15/79.

PCBs in the Alaskan Environment: Paul Reichardt. #348; 10/15/79.

Sulfur in Air: T. Neil Davis. #340; 10/04/79.

Carbon Dioxide Increase: T. Neil Davis. #223; 02/10/78.

The PCB Problem: Don Button. #169; 05/22/77.

Climate and Crops: W. B. Murcray. #134; 12/1/76.

Asian Dust Invades Alaska: T. Neil Davis. #121; 09/27/76.

Electric Cars for Alaska: T. Neil Davis. #84; 10/31/77.

The Slowest Family on the Block: Lee Leonard. #69; 06/29/76.