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Living in the North Index

Recovery after world's largest tundra fire raises questions; Ned Rozell. #2080; 9/5/11

Climate change and the people of the Mesa; Ned Rozell. #2069; 6/20/11

Dry wood is good wood; Ned Rozell. #2024; 8/12/10

Burned Alaska may cause more burned Alaska; Ned Rozell. #2019; 7/2/10

Short, chubby, and neurotic might be a good cobination in cold; Ned Rozell. #1999; 2/18/10

The coldest place in North America;Ned Rozell. #1995; 01/21/10

Alaska's largest glacier surging again; Ned Rozell. #1994; 01/12/10

News of the north, from San Francisco; Ned Rozell. #1991; 12/21/09

Mobile reindeer processing unit deployed to western Alaska; Ned Rozell. #1981; 10/14/09

Leaves stuck on trees; tornado witnessed; Ned Rozell. #1980; 10/6/09

Thaw scars widespread across the northland;Ned Rozell. #1979; 9/30/09

Albedo change about to alter Alaska; Ned Rozell. #1978; 9/23/09

The Selawik Slump grows unabated; Ned Rozell. #1974; 8/26/09

Sun stands still on Saturday solstice; Ned Rozell. #1964; 6/17/09

Scientist kills polar bear during first field experience; Ned Rozell. #1963; 6/10/09

Springtime smoke in Siberia is our arctic haze; Ned Rozell. #1957; 3/23/09

Biofuel chugs on during a cold Alaska night; Ned Rozell. #1952; 3/23/09

Alaska fare from a northern science conference; Ned Rozell. #1925; 9/17/08

Alaska taking shape near Yakutat; Ned Rozell. #1911; 6/11/08

Fifty-year-old science booklet waxes eloquent; Ned Rozell. #1895; 2/20/08

More tales of a changing Alaska; Ned Rozell. #1889; 1/9/08

Alaska and the North hot topics in San Francisco; Ned Rozell. #1888; 1/2/08

The physics of life at 40 below; Ned Rozell. #1887; 12/26/07

'Earth's climate has and will continue to change'; Ned Rozell. #1886; 12/19/07

Heating today with an idea from yesterday; Ned Rozell. #1883; 11/28/07

The wandering of the magnetic north pole; Ned Rozell. #1869; 8/22/07

Even with the lag, Alaska passing peak warmth; Ned Rozell. #1863; 7/11/07

Northern lab cranked out the quirky and controversial; Ned Rozell. #1826; 10/25/06

The science of windshield cracks; Ned Rozell. #1822; 09/27/06

Wood burners unlock energy with a match; Ned Rozell. #1821; 09/20/06

Do melting glaciers make for bad oysters?; Ned Rozell. #1816; 08/16/06

Removing the mystery from washboard roads; Ned Rozell. #1815; 08/09/06

Biologist sees value in unchanged landscape; Ned Rozell. #1813; 07/26/06

Sounds of Denali (and lack thereof) in park plan; Ned Rozell. #1807; 06/14/06

Reindeer tasting: Nice work, if you can get it; Ned Rozell. #1799; 04/19/06

"Alaska tough" test facility on the rise; Ned Rozell. #1790; 02/16/06

The physics of life at forty below: Ned Rozell. #1783; 12/28/05

Alaska food travels worldly distances: Ned Rozell. #1779; 12/01/05

Bits and pieces from the desktop: Ned Rozell. #1763; 08/11/05

The thin line between Alaska and Canada: Ned Rozell. #1759; 07/14/05

Blue Mussels might not be messenges of warming: Ned Rozell. #1748; 04/28/05.

Arctic haze makes its spring appearance: Ned Rozell. #1747; 04/21/05.

Staying warm at Cool School: Ned Rozell. #1741; 03/10/05.

481,000 acres of Alaska burn one summer day: Ned Rozell. #1729; 12/16/04.

Northern lab cranked out the quirky and controversial: Ned Rozell. #1719; 10/8/04.

Warmth causes rivers to shrink, grow: Ned Rozell. #1708; 07/22/04.

Ancient whalers leave their mark on the north: Ned Rozell. #1694; 04/15/04.

Of Wales and Wind Power: Ned Rozell. #1686; 02/19/04.

A Bad Night in a Good Box: Ned Rozell. #1675; 12/4/03.

The Most Remote Spot in Alaska: Ned Rozell. #1670; 10/30/03.

Bogs, Permafrost and the Global Carbon Equation: Ned Rozell. #1639; 03/27/03

Evolution of Gear Makes the Iditarod Faster: Ned Rozell. #1634; 02/20/03.

Coldest Place in North America: Ned Rozell. #1630; 01/23/03.

Alaska's Urban Air Quality Has Come a Long Way: Ned Rozell. #1583; 02/28/02.

Students Build a Quiet Snowmachine: Ned Rozell. #1538; 4/20/01.

Snake Oil or Salvation?: Carla Helfferich. #1535; 3/29/01.

Avalanches an Avoidable Hazard in Alaska: Ned Rozell. #1530; 2/21/00.

Scientist's Decision Helps Alaska Wallets: Ned Rozell. #1516; 11/17/00.

Fat Loading and the Winter Athlete: Ned Rozell. #1484; 04/05/00.

Air Quality of the Great Alaska Indoors: Ned Rozell. #1461; 10/13/99.

Sights and Smells of the Fall Equinox: Ned Rozell. #1457; 09/16/99.

The Continued Thawing of Alaska: Ned Rozell. #1446; 06/23/99.

The Rigors of Research in the Cold: Ned Rozell. #1428; 02/17/99.

The Physics of Life at Forty Below: Ned Rozell. #1427; #1522; 02/10/99.

Solstice Arrives, But Winter Got Here First: Ned Rozell. #1419; 12/15/98.

Alaska's Size in Perspective: Carl Benson. #1404; 09/02/98.

A Little Useful Technical Transfer: Carla Helfferich. #1364; 11/20/97.

The Wanderings of the Arctic Circle: Ned Rozell. #1349; 08/07/97.

Pingos Pop Up in Alaska's North Country: Ned Rozell. #1348; 07/31/97.

Ice Fog a Produce of Temperature, Topography, Dogs: Ned Rozell. #1319; 01/08/97.

Hardwood, Softwood, Fuelwood: Carla Helfferich. #1307; 10/17/96.

If You Build It (a Wetland), They (Pollutants) Will Stay: Ned Rozell. #1301; 09/05/96.

Barrow Canyon: Where Atlantic Meets Pacific: Ned Rozell. #1298; 8/15/97.

Larch Sawfly Larvae Make a Meal of Alaska Tamaracks: Ned Rozell. #1295; 7/24/96.

Sleuthing the Source of Washboard Roads: Ned Rozell. #1291; 6/27/96.

Flowing with Questions about the Trans-Alaska Pipeline: Ned Rozell. #1290; 6/20/96.

Arctic Haze: An Uninvited Spring Guest: Ned Rozell. #1279; 04/04/96.

Alaskans Double their Daylight Savings: Ned Rozell. #1278; 03/28/96.

Warmth of Friction Sets Wheels Spinning: Ned Rozell. #1274; 02/29/96.

Windshield Cracks: Irritation or Artwork?: Ned Rozell. #1271; 02/08/96.

To Idle, or Not to Idle: Ned Rozell. #1269; 12/25/96.

Fall---Colder, Crisper, Bluer: Ned Rozell. #1250; #1508; 08/31/95.

Wood Burners Unlock Energy with a Match: Ned Rozell. #1249; 08/24/95.

The Art of Caribou Management: Ned Rozell. #1242; 07/06/95.

Smug Smog: Ned Rozell. #1218; 01/19/95.

Setting the Hills Ablaze on Solstice: Ned Rozell. #1213; 12/08/94.

SAR as a Saving Grace---Someday: Carla Helfferich. #1162; 12/01/93.

Cold and Humid: Carla Helfferich. #1120; 02/03/93.

The Aeolian Harp: Dan Swift. #1070; 02/19/92.

Newton on Ice: Sue Ann Bowling. #1062 and 808; 12/24/91.

Saving the Scruffy and Savage: Carla Helfferich. #1040; 07/24/91.

Watching for the Warming: Carla Helfferich. #1008; 12/12/90.

Hardwood, Softwood, Fuelwood: Carla Helfferich. #998; 10/03/90.

Fuss over Farming Fish: Carla Helfferich. #984; 06/27/90.

Science Books for the Holidays: Carla Helfferich. #954; 11/30/89.

Haunted Doors and Murphy's Law: Carla Helfferich. #913; 02/15/89.

Where Is the Endless Arctic Night? : Carla Helfferich. #903; 12/07/88.

Cracking Logs and Warped Boards: Sue Ann Bowling. #867; 04/04/88.

The Electrical Season: Sue Ann Bowling. #848; 11/23/87.

Relative Humidity Revisited: The Case of the Soggy House: Sue Ann Bowling. #845; 11/2/87.

Alaska's Polluted Air: Sue Ann Bowling. #844; 10/26/87.

Three Kinds of Friction: Sue Ann Bowling. #843; 10/19/87.

How Dry I Am: Sue Ann Bowling. #842; 10/12/87.

How do Greenhouses Work?: Sue Ann Bowling. #817; 04/20/87.

Equinoxes, Time Zones and Daylight Savings: Sue Ann Bowling. #812; 03/16/87.

Sun in Brightest during Winter: Larry Gedney. #798; 12/08/86.

Overweight Vehicles take toll on Roads: Larry Gedney. #797; 12/01/86.

Good Water Not Guaranteed in the North: Larry Gedney. #776; 07/07/86.

Highway Glare Ice, Part II: Larry Gedney. #760; 03/17/86.

Where does Highway Glare-ice Come From?: Larry Gedney. #757; 02/24/86.

Arctic Mythology: Terry McFadden. #756; 02/17/86.

Oil Temperature and Engine Wear: Larry Gedney. #747; 12/16/85.

Cold Soaking: Larry Gedney. #743; 11/18/85.

The Wintertime Static Jump-Start: Larry Gedney. #717; 05/28/85.

Pilings That Grow: Larry Gedney. #715; 05/13/85.

Predicting the Tanana Breakup: Larry Gedney. #712; 04/22/85.

Pingos: Larry Gedney. #699; 01/21/85.

Snow: A Weighty Matter: Larry Gedney. #696; 01/03/85.

The Shortest Day: Larry Gedney. #693; 12/10/84.

Don't Fill Her Up with Antifreeze: Larry Gedney. #680; 09/14/84.

Coping with the Permafrost Foundation: Larry Gedney. #671; 07/20/84.

The Mystery of the Propagating Windshield Crack: Larry Gedney. #656; 04/02/84.

Scientific Field Sites Not Easy Task in North: Larry Gedney. #654; 03/21/84.

Why are Northern Daily Temperatures so Constant?: Larry Gedney. #642b; 01/09/84.

Steaming Tailing Piles in Winter: John Miller. #631; 11/14/83.

Songwriters Take Liberties with Alaska's Geography: Larry Gedney. #617; 07/12/83.

Melting Permafrost in Previously Forested Areas: Larry Gedney. #594; 03/08/83.

Shifting Sands: Larry Gedney. #592; 02/25/83.

Ski Waxing as an Art Form: Larry Gedney. #590; 02/11/83.

A Real Snow Job: Larry Gedney. #587; 01/24/83.

Freeze or Fry?: Larry Gedney. #586; 01/21/83.

Gravel Roads Better than Pavement on Permafrost: Larry Gedney. #583; 01/10/83.

Out with the Bad Air, In with the Good: Larry Gedney. #561; 08/30/82.

Permafrost and Homesites: Larry Gedney. #550; 07/09/82.

Is the Speed of Light Fast Enough?: Larry Gedney. #543; 05/21/82.

Highway Load Restriction Determination: Larry Sweet. #540; 04/27/82.

Static versus Sliding Friction: Larry Gedney. #534; 03/26/82.

Arctic Radio Propagation: T. Neil Davis. #532; 03/08/82.

Does Wind Chill Affect Machines?: Larry Gedney. #529; 02/22/82.

Vehicle Accidents on Lake Ice: Jacqueline D. LaPerriere. #521; 02/21/82.

Winter Solstice: Larry Gedney and T. Neil Davis. #516; 12/14/81.

Burning Peat: T. Neil Davis. #513; 11/9/81.

Alaska Science Policy?: T. Neil Davis. #501; 08/31/81.

Ice Fog: T. Neil Davis. #497; 07/27/81.

Lead in Drinking Water: T. Neil Davis. #488; 06/05/81.

Alaska Energy Use: T. Neil Davis. #487; 05/27/81.

Springtime Road Restrictions: T. Neil Davis. #485; 05/13/81.

Energy from Wood: T. Neil Davis. #479; 04/17/81.

Whale Oil versus Smoke Detectors: T. Neil Davis. #471; 02/20/81.

Residential Fire Deaths: T. Neil Davis. #459; 12/26/81.

Alaska's Oil Wealth: T. Neil Davis. #453;02/11/81.

Freezing of Hot and Cold Water Pipes: T. Neil Davis. #440; 11/10/80.

Energy-Efficient Homes: T. Neil Davis. #431; 10/13/80.

Housing Insulation: T. Neil Davis. #426; 09/22/80.

Thick Ice is Best: T. Neil Davis. #402; 05/30/80.

Spring Freeze-up: T. Neil Davis. #394; 04/18/80.

Using Solar Energy Effectively: T. Neil Davis. #383; 03/07/80.

Shrinkage of Logs: T. Neil Davis. #382; 03/07/80.

Alaska's Gold: T. Neil Davis. #350; 11/02/79.

Alaska's Problems: T. Neil Davis. #342; 09/14/79.

Home Heating Costs: T. Neil Davis. #304; 04/09/79.

Heating with Wood: T. Neil Davis. #302; 05/07/79.

Solar Heating: T. Neil Davis. #301; 04/23/79.

Hai-Toh Lim's Thesis: T. Neil Davis. #294; 03/08/79.

The Stars at Night: T. Neil Davis. #292; 03/02/79.

Summer Freezing of Wells: T. Neil Davis. #271; 11/09/78.

Soft Springtime Roads: T. Neil Davis. #268; 11/30/78.

An Underground House: T. Neil Davis. #217; 02/17/78.

A Sundial for Fairbanks: T. Neil Davis. #196; 11/15/77.

Why Live in Alaska?: T. Neil Davis. #174; 07/04/77.

Photograph the Midnight Sun: Glenn Shaw and Chuck Deehr. #171; 06/07/78.

Housebuilding Hints: T. Neil Davis. #167; 05/09/77.

Comparative Heating Costs: T. Neil Davis. #166; 05/11/77.

Treasuries of Information: W. R. Hunt. #146; 01/18/77.

Automobile Costs: Lee Leonard. #139; 12/14/76.

Carbon Monoxide For Breakfast: Lee Leonard. #125; 10/26/76.

Ice Lenses Versus the Highway Department: T. Neil Davis. #94; 04/21/76.

Cold Trap Entrance: T. Neil Davis. #67; 08/04/76.

Roof Insulation: T. Neil Davis. #51; 04/16/76.

Windows: Chuck Deehr. #50; 04/16/76.

Building in the North: T. Neil Davis. #47; 04/16/76.

Air Pollution in Fairbanks: Sue Ann Bowling. #46; 06/19/79.

Ice Fog Effect on Temperature: Chuck Deehr. #42; 04/16/76.

Roof and Window Design: T. Neil Davis. #25; 03/03/76.

Air Pollution Potential: T. Neil Davis. #10; 03/22/76.