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A visit to one of Earth's greatest canyons; Ned Rozell. #1880; 11/7/07

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

Gold opened Alaska; but what is it good for?: Ned Rozell. #1777; 11/17/05

Pulling history from the ocean floor: Ned Rozell. #1724; 11/11/04.

The Great Diamond Rush in Canada's Arctic: Ned Rozell. #1576; 01/10/02.

The Wanderings of the Magnetic North Pole: Ned Rozell. #1468; 12/01/99.

Alaska's Deep Impact on the North Slope: Ned Rozell. #1460; 10/06/99.

Glaciers Made of Rock, Ice and Bear Scat: Ned Rozell. #1455; 09/02/99.

The Oldest Rock in Alaska Calls Iditarod Home: Ned Rozell. #1411; 10/22/98.

Avalanches, Landslides, Good for Some: Ned Rozell. #1393; 06/16/98.

Tracking the Movement of Earth's Plates: Ned Rozell. #1331; 04/03/97.

Limestone: The Building Block for Tilting Brooks Range Peaks: Ned Rozell. #1288; 6/6/96.

The Mystery of the Missing $40,000 Doorstop: Ned Rozell. #1244; 07/20/95.

Great Comets, Great Floods: Carla Helfferich. #1192; 07/13/94.

Boulders, Braids and J Harlan Bretz: Carla Helfferich. #1160; 11/17/93.

Bygone Bears of Prince Wales Island: Carla Helfferich. #1158; 11/03/93.

Everyone's Best Friend, Maybe: Carla Helfferich. #1019; 2/27/91.

Language to Match Our Landscape: Carla Helfferich. #987; 07/18/90.

The Rise and Fall of Shorelines: Carla Helfferich. #956; 12/13/89.

What Sort of Ore Sorter?: Daniel E. Walsh. #916; 03/08/89.

How to Get Clean with a Batholith: Carla Helfferich. #897; 10/29/88.

Blowing in the Wind: Sue Ann Bowling. #875; 05/30/88.

How Not to Hide a Mine Shaft: Larry Gedney. #780a; 08/04/86.

Tektites: Where do they Come From?: Larry Gedney. #740; 10/28/85.

Evolutionary Frills Not Essential to Survival: Larry Gedney. #733; 09/09/85.

The World's Deepest Hole: Larry Gedney. #725; 07/15/85.

Solifluction: Larry Gedney. #685; 10/12/84.

Columnar Jointing: Larry Gedney. #683; 09/28/84.

Placer Deposits: Larry Gedney. #658; 04/12/84.

A Little River makes a Big Impression: Larry Gedney. #626; 09/19/83.

Equatorial Alaska: Larry Gedney. #564; 09/13/82.

Origins of Alaska's Coal: T. Neil Davis. #499; 08/17/81.

Alaska's Coal: T. Neil Davis. #492; 06/26/81.

Road Cuts: T. Neil Davis. #452; 02/04/81.

Gizzard Stones: T. Neil Davis. #439; 11/03/80.

The Unstable Earth: T. Neil Davis. #434; 10/13/80.

Horses Versus Helicopters: T. Neil Davis. #417; 08/18/80.

Alaskan Zeolites: T. Neil Davis. #392; 04/21/80.

Richard Roberts' Rock: T. Neil Davis. #321; 07/27/79.

Beaufort Sea Boulder Patches: Dave Norton. #309; 04/30/79.

Rock Glaciers: T. Neil Davis. #251; 09/07/78.

Tors: T. Neil Davis. #242; 07/20/78.

Norton Sound Gas Seepage: T. Neil Davis. #214; 01/22/78.

The Aggie Creek Meteorite: T. Neil Davis. #200; 11/22/77.

Alaskan Meteorite Crater Discovery: T. Neil Davis. #172; 06/27/77.

Radioactive Coal: T. Neil Davis. #137; 12/1/76.

Alaska's Sand Dunes: T. Neil Davis. #90; 04/14/76.

Why Hot Springs?: T. Neil Davis. #87; 07/07/76.

Dust in Them Thar Hills: T. Neil Davis. #64; 05/15/76.

The Hills of Home: T. Neil Davis. #39; 05/20/76.

Alaskan Clay: T. Neil Davis. #11; 02/24/7