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Alaska Science Forum Main Index

Mountains Index

The measure of the north's great mountains; Ned Rozell. #1933;/11/12/08

Climbing researchers find adventure on Denali; Ned Rozell. #1864; 7/18/07

Denali weather up high back on the Web; Ned Rozell. #1812; 07/19/06

Volcanes, permafrost, earthquakes shape Alaska: Ned Rozell. #1785; 01/12/06

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

If a mountain fell in the Alaska wilderness: Ned Rozell. #1769; 09/22/05

Forty years and counting on Mount Wrangell: Ned Rozell. #1711; 08/12/04.

Research team heads back to Denali's shoulder: Ned Rozell. #1700; 05/27/04.

Mountaineering and Science Meet on Mt. McKinley: Ned Rozell. #1654; 07/10/03.

The Roof of the World is on the Rise: Ned Rozell. #1480; 03/01/00.

Denali Weather, Courtesy of Naomi Uemura: Ned Rozell. #1459; 09/29/99.

So Many Mountain Ranges, So Little Time: Ned Rozell. #1341; 06/12/97.

The Highest Mirage in North America: Ned Rozell. #1224; 03/02/95.

Raising the Rockies: Carla Helfferich. #1125; 03/17/93.

An Old Superstition: Larry Gedney. #779; 07/28/86.

Alaska's Major Fault Systems: Larry Gedney. #589; 02/04/83.

Tilting with Nature: Larry Gedney and T. Neil Davis. #517; 12/21/81.

Moss from the Sky: T. Neil Davis. #378; 02/22/80.

Warming up of Mt. Wrangell: T. Neil Davis. #228; 03/15/78.

Up Mt. McKinley with Cook: W. R. Hunt. #179; 08/08/77.

Tectonics and the Yukon River: T. Neil Davis. #74; 03/15/76.

The Highest Mountain: Glenn Shaw. #58; 06/22/76.

Continental Divide: T. Neil Davis. #23; 03/10/76.