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Water, Snow and Ice Index

Flowing tongues of rock, ice and dirt; Ned Rozell. #2081; 9/14/11

Study of a dying glacier; Ned Rozell. #2075; 8/3/11

Rogue 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

Far-north permafrost cliff is one of a kind; Ned Rozell. #2065; 5/26/11

Making sea ice 300 miles from the ocean; Ned Rozell. #2062; 5/6/11

Northern Canada glaciers melting fast; Ned Rozell. #2061; 4/27/11

Visiting a far-north ice cellar; Ned Rozell. #2060; 4/21/11

A shelter for sea ice in a warmer world; Ned Rozell. #2054; 3/9/11

Alaska glaciers help drive rise in sea level; Ned Rozell. #2046; 1/12/11

Accidental and intentional plastic rides the ocean; Ned Rozell. #2033; 10/14/10

Summer's over for northern sea ice; Ned Rozell. #2029; 9/15/10

Jet streams, wet weather, and floods; Ned Rozell. #2023; 8/2/10

Small village may model future Alaska; Ned Rozell. #2009; 4/29/10

Underwater desert surrounds Aleutian volcano; Ned Rozell. #2008; 4/21/10

Dangerous ice the focus of research project; Ned Rozell. #2005; 3/31/10

"Apun" is a celebration of snow; Ned Rozell. #2000; 2/23/10

Researchers ponder the fate of village dump toxins; Ned Rozell. #1998; 2/11/10.

Expansion of permafrost tunnel planned; Ned Rozell. #1997; 2/4/10

A dusting of snow facts;Ned Rozell. #1990; 12/14/09

Are Alaska's glaciers growing? Ned Rozell. #1969; 7/23/09

Stampede Trail has a story of permafrost's warming potential Ned Rozell. #1962; 6/3/09

Alaska's crumbling northern coastline; Ned Rozell. #1942; 1/13/09

Storm exposes unknown glacier on Alaska coast; Ned Rozell. #1938; 12/17/08

Whither the ice worms? Team offers bounty; Ned Rozell. #1923; 9/3/08

Life on ice, two miles thick; Ned Rozell. #1907; 5/14/08

Filling in the Alaska permafrost map; Ned Rozell. #1901; 4/2/08

A day in the life of Kenji Yoshikawa; Ned Rozell. #1900; 3/26/08

On the long trail to permafrost; Ned Rozell. #1899; 3/19/08

Drained lake holds record of ancient Alaska; Ned Rozell. #1896; 2/27/08

Hubbard Glacier refuses to fade away; Ned Rozell. #1890; 1/16/08

Northern sea ice takes a big hit in 2007; Ned Rozell. #1885; 12/12/07

Strange Alaska rivers flow through mountain range; Ned Rozell. #1882; 11/21/07

Tweedsmuir Glacier surges toward the Alsek; Ned Rozell. #1878; 10/24/07

"Unusually thin, rotten ice" north of Alaska; Ned Rozell. #1873; 9/19/07

Accidental and intentional plastic rides the ocean; Ned Rozell. #1867; 8/8/07

Sampling the Yukon on a 1,500-mile canoe journey; Ned Rozell. #1866; 8/1/07

Icy Bay glaciers get up and go; Ned Rozell. #1861; 6/27/07

The tiny universe on the surface of Alaska glaciers; Ned Rozell. #1858; 6/6/07

Northern sea ice continues to shrink; Ned Rozell. #1853; 5/2/07

Backyard glaciers on the wane in Alaska; Ned Rozell. #1852; 4/25/07

Adventurers head down Yukon to monitor permafrost; Ned Rozell. #1842; 2/14/07

Temperature inversions go to extremes; Ned Rozell. #1841; 2/07/07

Great northern ice shelves a shadow of former selves; Ned Rozell. #1838; 1/17/07

An ice-free Arctic Ocean coming soon?; Ned Rozell. #1833; 12/13/06

The wet world where ski meets snow; Ned Rozell. #1824; 10/11/06

Grad student completes milestone glacier study; Ned Rozell. #1797; 04/05/06

Sunlight cleans mercury from arctic lakes; Ned Rozell. #1795; 03/22/06

McGinnis Glacier surges in Alaska Range; Ned Rozell. #1794; 03/15/06

Glacier, bay, glacier, bay, glacier, Glacier Bay; Ned Rozell. #1793; 03/08/06

Scientist sees changes on warmer North Slope; Ned Rozell. #1791; 02/20/06

Searching for signs of Lake Atna; Ned Rozell. #1789; 02/02/06

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

A fern grows in the Arctic Ocean: Ned Rozell. #1773; 10/20/05

Mountaineer samples northwest Alaska snow by ski: Ned Rozell. #1745; 04/07/05.

Spring breakup milder in recent years: Ned Rozell. #1744; 03/31/05.

Mammoth-age bacteria wriggle again: Ned Rozell. #1739; 02/24/05.

Leaning towers of snow explained: Ned Rozell. #1738; 02/17/05.

Village water supplies in a warmer world: Ned Rozell. #1735; 01/27/05.

Melting Alaska makes the front page: Ned Rozell. #1731; 12/30/04.

Arctic glacier photos worth a thousand words: Ned Rozell. #1716; 09/16/04.

High-altitude ice core reveals secrets of Alaska's past: Ned Rozell. #1698; 05/13/04.

Snow sampling from 500 feet above Alaska: Ned Rozell. #1697; 05/06/04.

The view from inside a pingo: Ned Rozell. #1696; 04/29/04.

Southeast Continues to Bounce Back: Ned Rozell. #1674; 11/27/03.

The Splitting of the North's Largest Ice Shelf: Ned Rozell. #1665; 09/25/03.

Fixing the Fatal Flaw of Fairbanks: Ned Rozell. #1663; 09/11/03.

Gulkana Glacier buried while most of Alaska dry: Ned Rozell. #1655; 07/17/03.

Lituya Bay on the Rise: Ned Rozell. #1650; 06/12/03.

Glaciers No Obstacle for Copper River and Northwestern Railway: Ned Rozell. #1595; 05/23/2003.

Oil Boreholes Hold the Permafrost Record of Alaska's North Slope: Ned Rozell. #1590; 04/18/02.

A Scientific Journey Across the Brooks Range: Ned Rozell. #1578; 01/24/02.

Alaska Glaciers Show Dramatic Melting: Ned Rozell. #1572; 12/12/01.

Hubbard Glacier Decides If Russel Becomes Fiord or Lake: Ned Rozell. #1554; 08/09/01.

Mt. Logan's Memory of the Last 10,000 Years: Ned Rozell. #1545; 06/07/01.

A Southern Glacier Mimics its Northern Cousins: Ned Rozell. #1541; 05/10/01.

Yanert Glacier is on the Move: Ned Rozell. #1528; 02/07,01.

Interior Alaska and Siberia Permafrost Thawing Together: Ned Rozell. #1523; 1/3/01.

One-Third of Alaska Water Finds Its Way to the Yukon: Ned Rozell. #1518; 11/20/00.

Farthest North Voyage Changed Opinion of the Northern Ocean: Ned Rozell. #1517; 11/22/00.

The Lively Ice: Carla Helfferich. #1505; 8/30/00.

Kennicott Glacier Pulls the Plug on Hidden Creek Lake: Ned Rozell. #1503; 08/16/00.

Rising Sea Level and the Next Ice Age: Ned Rozell. #1479; 02/25/00.

Malaspina Melting, But Still Bigger than Rhode Island: Ned Rozell. #1476; 02/02/00.

The Rise and Rise of Southeast Alaska: Ned Rozell. #1475; 01/26/00.

Warming Arctic May Cool the World: Ned Rozell. #1472; 01/05/00.

Finding a Path with Help From Above: Ned Rozell. #1463; 10/28/99.

Halos in the Sky the Work of Ice Crystals: Ned Rozell. #1435; 04/07/99.

The Water World Where Ski Meets Snow: Ned Rozell. #1430; 03/05/99.

Diamond Dust Brings out the "Dogs": Ned Rozell. #1422, #1263; 11/30/95.

Going to Graduate School on Alaska Glaciers: Ned Rozell. #1397; 07/15/98.

Harding Icefield's Loss is the Ocean's Gain: Ned Rozell. #1385; 04/22/98.

Finding the Heartbeat of the Arctic Ocean: Ned Rozell. #1373; 01/28/98.

Pingos in the Present Tense: Carla Helfferich. #1366; 12/03/97.

Water as a Solid Citizen: Carla Helfferich. #1362; 11/06/97.

The Cold Curse of the Pharaohs: Carla Helfferich. #1357; 10/02/97.

The Orderly Orientation of Arctic Lakes: Ned Rozell. #1353; 09/04/97.

Describing Donnely Dome: Ned Rozell. #1343; 06/26/97.

Black Rapids Glacier Galloped to Fame in 1937: Ned Rozell. #1342; 06/19/97.

Thawing Permafrost Threatens Alaska's Foundation: Ned Rozell. #1321; 01/23/97.

Ice That Burns May Eventually Warm Us All: Ned Rozell. #1320; 01/16/97.

Spring Snowmelt Replenishes Alaska Aquifers: Ned Rozell. #1285; 05/16/96.

Think Snow for the Supercoolers: Ned Rozell. #1262; 11/22/95.

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

Surfing on Snow: Ned Rozell. #1211; 11/22/94.

Galloping Glaciers and Other Slippery Matters: Carla Helfferich. #1210; 11/17/94.

The Dirty Doings of Sea Ice: Carla Helfferich. #1195; 08/04/94.

Prince William Lake, Prince William River: Carla Helfferich. #1190; 06/29/94.

A Farewell to All Six Sides of Ice and Snow: Carla Helfferich. #1180; 04/21/94.

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

Flakes on the Shoulder Season: Carla Helfferich. #1150; 09/08/93.

Chilling Tales from the Depths: Carla Helfferich. #1146; 08/11/93.

An Alaskan Trigger for the Last Ice Age: Carla Helfferich. #1140; 06/30/93.

The Changeable World of Fallen Snow: Carla Helfferich. #1124; 03/10/93.

At Home in the Ice Age: Carla Helfferich. #1116; 01/06/93.

Burping a Lake: Carla Helfferich. #1094; 07/29/92.

Experts on Ice: Carla Helfferich. #1014; 1/23/91.

Serendipity, Satellites and Sea Ice: Carla Helfferich. #1006; 11/28/90.

The Oddities of Lake Baikal: Carla Helfferich. #986; 07/12/90.

Fish, Fish Food and Lake Temperature: Carla Helfferich. #978; 05/16/90.

Surprises in Ice: Carla Helfferich. #944; 09/21/89.

Ranking Rivers: Carla Helfferich. #929; 06/07/89.

Where the Oil's Going---and Why: Tom Royer. #923; 04/25/89.

What If the Bering Sea Didn't Freeze?: Carla Helfferich. #904; 12/14/88.

Warmer May Mean Bigger for Coastal Glaciers : Carla Helfferich. #890; 9/11/88.

The Life History of a Snowflake : Sue Ann Bowling. #868; 04/11/88.

Principles of Growing Clear Ice : Tom Osterkamp and Sue Ann Bowling. #864; 03/14/88.

When the Frost is on the Treetops: Sue Ann Bowling. #858; 02/01/88.

Snow that Won't Stay Still: Carl S. Benson and Sue Ann Bowling. #857; 01/25/88.

The Man Who Made Portraits of Snowflakes: Sue Ann Bowling. #841; 10/05/87.

The Birth and Death of Russell Lake: William S. Reeburgh and D. L. Nebert. #832; 08/03/87.

How Does a Cloud Rain?: Sue Ann Bowling. #828; 07/06/87.

River Breakup : Joan Gosink. #815; 04/06/87.

Cufflinks in the Sky: Sue Ann Bowling. #807; 02/09/87.

Nature's Diaries: The Bristlecone Pine and Glacier Ice: Larry Gedney. #796; 11/24/86.

Sun Pillars: Larry Gedney. #790; 10/13/86.

Blue Snow and Ice: Larry Gedney. #773; 06/16/86.

Ice Crystal Halos: Larry Gedney. #750; 01/07/86.

Winter Rainbows and Supercooled Water: Larry Gedney. #748; 12/23/85.

Don't Build on a Glacier's Right-of-Way: Larry Gedney. #714; 05/06/85.

The Growth of the Winter Snowpack in Alaska: Ted Fathauer, Jerry Nibler and Carl Benson. #708; 03/25/85.

Ground Patterns in Nature: Larry Gedney. #690; 11/16/84.

 Eskers: The Upside-Down Riverbeds: Larry Gedney. #674; 08/01/84.

Touring the Inside of a Glacier: Larry Gedney. #672; 07/26/84.

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

The Columbia Glacier: Larry Mayo. #667; 06/22/84.

The Spring Melting Process: John Miller. #655; 03/29/84.

Columbia Glacier Retreating: Larry Gedney. #647; 02/13/84.

The Human Factor and Sea Water: Larry Gedney. #627; 09/26/83.

Tidal Waves, Tidal Bores and Tsunamis: Larry Gedney. #620; 08/15/83.

Polar Ice: Problems with a Potential Natural Resource: Larry Gedney. #606; 05/12/83.

Winds Give Assist to Dusting of River Ice: John Miller. #602; 04/14/83.

Vertical Light Shafts: Take II: Larry Gedney. #581; 12/31/82.

Are We Heading for Another Ice Age?: Larry Gedney. #574; 11/5/82.

Freezing of Hot and Cold Water: Larry Gedney. #573; 10/29/82.

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

Storm Surges: T. Neil Davis. #502; 09/03/81.

Slush Flows: T. Neil Davis. #469; 02/16/81.

Alaska's Freshwater Coastal Jet: T. Neil Davis. #460; 06/05/81.

Falling Snowflakes: T. Neil Davis. #454; 02/18/81.

Where Pipes Freeze: T. Neil Davis. #443; 12/01/80.

Freezing of Open Containers of Water: T. Neil Davis. #441; 11/17/80.

Alaska's Hot Springs: T. Neil Davis. #438; 10/27/80.

Ice Travel: T. Neil Davis. #430; 09/29/80.

Bergy Seltzer: T. Neil Davis. #424; 09/01/80.

Glacial Erosion: T. Neil Davis. #416; 08/04/80.

How Glaciers Move: T. Neil Davis. #415; 07/28/80.

Ice Travelers, Beware!: T. Neil Davis. #398; 05/16/80.

Soft Snow Avalanches: T. Neil Davis. #377; 02/22/80.

Snow Crystals: T. Neil Davis. #375; 02/28/80.

Pilgrim Hot Springs: T. Neil Davis. #365; 12/18/79.

Shergin's Well: T. Neil Davis. #360; 12/14/79.

Freezing Water: T. Neil Davis. #330; 07/27/79.

Permafrost and Water Runoff: T. Neil Davis. #316; 05/25/79.

Winter in the Arctic Ocean: Dave Norton. #308; 05/21/79.

Diversion Tactics: T. Neil Davis. #307; 05/28/79.

Hoarfrost Formation: T. Neil Davis. #300; 04/06/79.

Riches of the Bering Sea: T. Neil Davis. #288; 02/15/79.

Exporting Water: T. Neil Davis. #284; 02/01/79.

The Brocken Spectre: T. Neil Davis. #282; 01/29/79.

Frost Heaving of Pilings: T. Neil Davis. #279; 12/28/78.

Ice Wedges: T. Neil Davis. #257; 12/17/79.

Surging Glaciers: T. Neil Davis. #241; 07/13/78.

Raindrop Size: T. Neil Davis. #236; 06/28/78.

Vertical Light Shafts: T. Neil Davis. #232; 11/30/78.

Solifluction: T. Neil Davis. #229; 05/25/78.

Harding Lake Levels: Jacqueline D. LaPerriere. #184; 10/21/77.

Permafrost and Artesian Water: T. Neil Davis. #162; 05/04/77.

Wasted Heat Energy: Eldon Thompson. #158; 04/13/77.

The Parry Arc: T. Neil Davis. #151; 02/28/77.

Increasing Glaciation: T. Neil Davis. #141; 01/17/76.

Tidal Power: T. Neil Davis. #136; 12/01/76.

Gyre versus Oil Development: T. Neil Davis. #130; 12/01/76.

The Big Splash: T. Neil Davis. #109; 04/21/78.

Glaciers Advancing or Retreating?: T. Neil Davis. #102; 07/27/76.

Lituya Bay: T. Neil Davis. #91; 04/14/76.

Aquifers: Dan Swift. #80; 04/24/76.

Snow: W. R. Hunt. #70; 03/20/76.

A New North American Ice Age: W. B. Murcray. #57; 05/10/76.

The Recharge of Groundwater: Dan Swift. #52; 04/12/76.

Snow in Alaskan Literature: T. Neil Davis. #43; 04/03/78.

Asymmetric Stream Migration: John Miller. #40; 04/16/76.

Sun Dogs and Light Shafts: Kolf Jayaweera. #36; 04/16/76.

Flooding in Fairbanks: Gerd Wendler. #35; 04/10/76.

Presto, Chango, Pingo, But on a Very Long Time Scale: John Miller. # 33; 03/29/76.

Mystery of Aligned Lakes: T. Neil Davis. #32; 03/22/76.

Frozen Pipes: T. Neil Davis and Charles S. Deehr. #31; 03/22/76.

Rings Around the Moon: Glenn Shaw. #24; 03/29/76.

Permafrost: T. Neil Davis. #21; 03/22/76.

Cause of Overflow Ice: T. Neil Davis. #20; 03/22/76.

Fairbanks and The Valley: T. Neil Davis. #12; 02/18/76.

Ice at the Door: T. Neil Davis. #5; 03/01/76.